- Nader, Ralph@
- Ness, Eliot (1903-1957)@
Read about Eliot Ness, an American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, Illinois. Sites offer biography, relationship with the FBI, writing credits, photos, articles, and trivia about the federal agent who led a group of eleven law-enforcement agents called The Untouchables.
- Newton, Huey P. (1942-1989)@
- Nitti, Frank (1884-1943)@
Learn about Frank Nitti, or Frank "The Enforcer" Nitti, the American gangster and one of the top henchmen of Al Capone. Sites offer biography, crime profile, photos, and articles about the barber turned mobster who led the Chicago mafia after the arrest of Al Capone.
- Nixon, Patricia Ryan (1912-1993)@
- Nixon, Richard (1913-1994)@
Learn about Richard Nixon, the 37th President of the United States, the only person to be elected twice as both Vice President and President. Sites offer biography, history, political career, museum exhibits, notable events, bibliography, declassified documents, and the Watergate scandal which led to the impeachment of the only American President to have resigned from office.
- Norton, Joshua A. - Emperor of the United States (1819-1880)@
Find sites for Joshua A. Norton, the celebrated citizen of San Francisco who declared himself as "the Emperor of these United Sates and Protector of Mexico" in 1859. Sites feature life, legacy, and portraits of the maverick 'emperor' who issued self-proclaimed decrees on matters of state and whose kaleidoscopic personality inspired many a classic.
- Nutting, Wallace (1861-1941) (2)