Famous People Who Died In 1911

Discover the most famous people died who died in the year 1911. This list includes people like Gustav Mahler, Francis Galton, Joseph Pulitzer, Sister Nivedita, Alfred Binet and many more. This list of celebrities is loosely sorted by popularity. People featured on this list, include political leaders, psychologists, publishers and chemists who died in 1911. This list includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Germany & Russia and many more countries.

Gustav MahlerGustav Mahler
Austrian
Composer
Francis GaltonFrancis Galton
British
Polymath

Joseph PulitzerJoseph Pulitzer
Hungarian
Journalist & Publisher

Quanah ParkerQuanah Parker
American
Leader

Carrie NationCarrie Nation
American
Activist

Pyotr StolypinPyotr Stolypin
German, Russian
Politician
Elmer McCurdyElmer McCurdy
American
Robber

Sister NiveditaSister Nivedita
Irish
Teacher

John Marshall HarlanJohn Marshall Harlan
American
Former Attorney General of Kentucky
Laura MarxLaura Marx
German
Karl Marx's daughter

Jules BrunetJules Brunet
French
Officer, Military personnel
Alfred BinetAlfred Binet
French
Psychologist, Educationist

W. S. GilbertW. S. Gilbert
British
Dramatist

Princess Alexandra of Saxe-AltenburgPrincess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg
Russian
Queen

Pedro PaternoPedro Paterno
Spanish
politician, novelist, poet, author, autobiographer

Frances E.W. HarperFrances Harper
American
Poet
Howard PyleHoward Pyle
American
American illustrator

Thomas Wentworth HigginsonThomas Wentworth Higginson
American
Author

Milton BradleyMilton Bradley
American
Publisher, Writer

Paul LafarguePaul Lafargue
French
journalist, politician, economist, essayist
Wilhelm DiltheyWilhelm Dilthey
German
Philosopher, Historian, Psychologist, Theologian,

Joseph Dalton HookerJoseph Dalton Hooker
British
Botanist
Mikalojus Konstantinas ČiurlionisMikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis
Lithuanian, Russian
Painter

Charlotte E. RayCharlotte E. Ray
American
American lawyer

Williamina FlemingWilliamina Fleming
British, American, Scottish
Astronomer
Edward WhymperEdward Whymper
British
Mountaineer

Daniel Paul SchreberDaniel Paul Schreber
German
Judge, Writer, Autobiographer
William Worrall MayoWilliam Worrall Mayo
British, American
Chemist, Politician, Gynaecologist, Editor

Jacobus Henricus van 't HoffJacobus Henricus van 't Hoff
Dutch
Chemist

Valentin SerovValentin Serov
Russian
Artist
Emilio SalgariEmilio Salgari
Italian
Italian writer

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Ahmed ʻUrabiAhmed ʻUrabi
Egyptian
Prime Minister of Egypt
Ellen Swallow RichardsEllen Swallow Richards
American
Chemist, University teacher, Economist

Piet CronjéPiet Cronjé
South African
Military General

Louisa Cavendish, Duchess of DevonshireLouisa Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire
German
Duchess

John Warne GatesJohn Warne Gates
American
Industrialist
Sam LoydSam Loyd
American
Chess Player
Arabella MansfieldArabella Mansfield
American
Lawyer

George Johnstone StoneyGeorge Johnstone Stoney
Irish, British
Physicist

Kōtoku ShūsuiKōtoku Shūsui
Japanese
Social leader

Hannah Whitall SmithHannah Whitall Smith
American
Author
Edwin Austin AbbeyEdwin Austin Abbey
American
Illustrator

Sir Charles Dilke, 2nd BaronetSir Charles Dilke, 2nd Baronet
British
Statesman

Jozef IsraëlsJozef Israëls
Dutch
Painter

Georg JellinekGeorg Jellinek
German
Lawyer

Sir Robert Hart, 1st BaronetSir Robert Hart, 1st Baronet
Irish, British
Diplomat
John Hughlings JacksonJohn Hughlings Jackson
British
Neurologist

Thomas BallThomas Ball
American
Musician
Komura JutarōKomura Jutarō
Japanese
Statesman

Mirza Alakbar SabirMirza Alakbar Sabir
Russian
Poet

Alice Morse EarleAlice Morse Earle
American
Historian
William KeithWilliam Keith
American, Scottish
Painter

John BigelowJohn Bigelow
American
Diplomat
Elizabeth Stuart Phelps WardElizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward
American
Author

Harriet Hanson RobinsonHarriet Hanson Robinson
American
Poet

Hishida ShunsōHishida Shunsō
Japanese
Painter

Florentino AmeghinoFlorentino Ameghino
Argentinian
Naturalist

Gustaf FrödingGustaf Fröding
Swedish
Poet
John F. DrydenJohn F. Dryden
American
Founder

Edward HarriganEdward Harrigan
Irish, American
Actor

Vasily KlyuchevskyVasily Klyuchevsky
Russian
Historian

Henry Northcote, 1st Baron NorthcoteHenry Northcote, 1st Baron Northcote
British
Politician
Alphonse LegrosAlphonse Legros
French, British
Artist

Ōtori KeisukeŌtori Keisuke
Japanese
Military personnel, Historian, Teacher, Diplomat
David MoffatDavid Moffat
American
Financier

Joseph Victor WidmannJoseph Victor Widmann
Swiss
Journalist

Maurice RouvierMaurice Rouvier
French
Politician
Antonio FogazzaroAntonio Fogazzaro
Italian
Novelist

Lord George SangerLord George Sanger
British
Showman
Norman Jay ColmanNorman Jay Colman
American
Politician

Stephanus Jacobus du ToitStephanus Jacobus du Toit
South African
Journalist

Franklin Hiram KingFranklin Hiram King
American
Scientist
Felix MottlFelix Mottl
Austrian
Conductor

Reinhold BegasReinhold Begas
German
Sculptor
Elizabeth Akers AllenElizabeth Akers Allen
American
Poet

Mary Anne BarkerMary Anne Barker
Jamaican, New Zealander
Author

Stanisław BrzozowskiStanisław Brzozowski
Polish
Philosopher

Isidre NonellIsidre Nonell
Spanish
Painter
Seaman A. KnappSeaman A. Knapp
American
Agriculturalist
Francis MarchFrancis March
American
Polymath

Antonio BorreroAntonio Borrero
Ecuadorian
Writer

Christian LundebergChristian Lundeberg
Swedish
Politician

Axel Olof FreudenthalAxel Olof Freudenthal
Finnish
Politician
Friedrich SpielhagenFriedrich Spielhagen
German
Novelist

Auguste Michel-LévyAuguste Michel-Lévy
French
Geologist

Ambrose AgiusAmbrose Agius
Maltese
Archbishop

Charles Frederic Moberly BellCharles Frederic Moberly Bell
British
Journalist

Heinrich HofmannHeinrich Hofmann
German
Painter
Fialho de AlmeidaFialho de Almeida
Portuguese
Writer

Alfred Elis TörnebohmAlfred Elis Törnebohm
Swedish
Geologist
Robert Alden CornogRobert Alden Cornog
American