Louis B. Tiffany, in 1877, for a medal of honor given to the
first New York City police officer shot in the line of duty.
The design was later adopted by the New York Highlanders, forerunners
of the Yankees.
2. Just two in each
century. Hiram Revels (1870-71) and Blanche K. Bruce (1875-81),
both of Mississippi, served in the 19th century; Edward Brooke
(1967-79) of Massachusetts and Carol Moseley-Braun (1993-99)
of Illinois served in the 20th century.
3. Half a pinch or
4. Anthony Hopkins,
for his portrayal of Hannibal Lecter in the 1991 chiller The
Silence of the Lambs.
5. In the West Indes.
The encyclopaedia, published in 1768, also noted that "it
is uncertain whether it be a peninsula or an island."