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The following is a list of unnamed Humans from the 19th century.

Inhabitants of San Francisco Edit

Buggy driver Edit

Buggy driver, 1893

A buggy driver

The buggy driver drove Samuel Clemens as he attempted to intervene in what he thought was an invasion from the future led by Data. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

The buggy driver was played by John Hanna who worked for Critters of the Cinema as horse trainer on this episode He received no credit for this appearance.


Butler Edit

Butler, 1893

A butler

This butler served at Guinan's house during the literary reception party on Friday, 11 August 1893 in San Francisco on Earth. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

This butler was played by an unknown actor.


Dead bodies Edit

These dead Humans were in the morgue in San Francisco in 1893. Their bodies were studied and examined by Dr. Crusher who came to the discovery that all died because the Devidians took their neural energy. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")


Doorman Edit

Doorman

A doorman

The doorman was stationed at a literary reception party held for Guinan, at which one of the guests was Samuel Clemens. Data, who had been transported back to this era, attempted to speak to her, but the doorman refused him entry, stating he was not on the guest list. When Data insisted he be admitted, the doorman threaten to call the police. Data crashed the party anyway. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

The doorman was played by Barry Kivel.


Forty-niner Edit

Beggar

A beggar

The forty-niner was a citizen of San Francisco in 1893. He was a veteran of the 1849 California Gold Rush, sustaining injuries whilst mining for gold, and had consequently become a beggar and alcoholic. He was also suffering from tuberculosis.

He met Data, who had been transported back in time while investigating the Devidians who were traveling back in time to steal Human neural energy. At first he thought Data was also a beggar, and he began to give Data pointers on what type of people he should hit up for a handout and what street corner he should go to.

The forty-niner was killed in an alley by a Devidian who stole his neural energy. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

The forty-niner was played by Jack Murdock.


Literary reception guests Edit

Several men and women attended the literary reception party at Guinan's house, held on Friday, August 11, 1893 in San Francisco on Earth. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

All guests were played by background performers, who received no credit for their appearances.


Maid Edit

Maid, 1893

A maid

This maid served at the literary reception at Guinan's house on Earth in 1893. Samuel Clemens took one of the snacks she served at the party. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

This maid was played by an unknown actress.


Male patient Edit

Male patient

A male patient

The male patient was at a local infirmary where Doctor Beverly Crusher, in 19th-century garb, posed as a nurse. She discovered the aliens from Devidia II, who were in disguise as a doctor and a nurse and were stealing neural energy from cholera patients. A fight ensued, and the patient witnessed phaser fire and watched the aliens disappear. He told his story to the police, who did not believe him. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

Bill Cho Lee

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The male patient was played by Bill Cho Lee.


Mercier's barrier carrier Edit

Barrier carrier, 1893

A barrier carrier

This mercier's barrier carrier carried Guinan out of the mining cave in 1893 after she was hit by an energy shock wave from one of the Devidians. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

This carrier was played by an unknown actor.
A second carrier was required to carry this barrier but was not seen on screen.


Poker player Edit

Poker player, 1893

A poker player

This poker player participated in a game with Frederick La Rouque, Joe Falling Hawk, and a seaman when Data interrupted the game and asked if he could also participate. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

This poker player was played by an unknown actor.


Roughneck Edit

Roughneck

The roughneck

The roughneck was the first 19th century Human that Data spoke to after being transported back to that era. He asked if the roughneck had seen two people with a snake. The roughneck laughed and decided that Data was a Frenchman. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

The roughneck was played by Michael Hungerford.


San Francisco citizens Edit

These San Francisco citizens were in front of the Hotel Brian and in the surrounding streets in 1893 when Data went back in time after being caught in a temporal distortion on Devidia II. (TNG: "Time's Arrow", "Time's Arrow, Part II")


Seaman Edit

Seaman

A seaman

The seaman was a crewmember aboard an ocean-going merchant vessel. While in San Francisco, he played poker with Frederick La Rouque and Joe Falling Hawk. When Data asked to join the game, the seaman said he did not like easterners, Data replied that he was French. He lost his money to Data in the following game. (TNG: "Time's Arrow")

The seaman was played by Ken Thorley.


Sisters of Hope Infirmary patients Edit

These patients were treated at the Sisters of Hope Infirmary in 1893 and became possible victims to the Devidians who killed them to get their neural energy. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")


Sisters of Hope Infirmary personnel Edit

These three Humans worked in the Sisters of Hope Infirmary in San Francisco in 1893 while the away team of the Enterprise-D investigated the actions of the Devidians. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")


Young reporter Edit

Young Reporter

The young reporter

The young reporter covered the fracas at a local infirmary between the USS Enterprise-D away team and the aliens from Devidia II, who were killing Humans in order to steal their neural energy. He told Samuel Clemens about it. He stated that a patient swore that two people disappeared, and that an albino had helped the people escape. Clemens knew that the albino was Data, and believed this was a prelude to an alien invasion from the future. He told the reporter this and said that he would supply the reporter with proof. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

The young reporter was played by Alexander Enberg.


OtherEdit

Ballroom dance attendantsEdit

Ballroom dance, Timestream

Ballroom dance attendants

These people were dancing at a ballroom event, somewhen during the 19th century. They were seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

They were played by unknown performers, who appeared in stock footage from an unknown film.


Civil war soldiers #1Edit

Civil war soldiers guardian of forever

Civil war soldiers

These soldiers were fighting in the American Civil War, somewhen between 1861 and 1863. They were via the Guardian of Forever by the USS Enterprise landing party, in 2267. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

They were played by unknown performers, who appeared in stock footage from a classic film.


Civil war soldiers #2Edit

American Civil War, Timestream

Civil war soldiers

These soldiers were also fighting in the American Civil War, somewhen between 1861 and 1863. They were seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

They were played by unknown performers, who appeared in stock footage from an unknown film.


Native AmericansEdit

These American Indians lived somewhen during the 19th century. They were seen in the time stream by Captain Jonathan Archer and Daniels in 2154. (ENT: "Storm Front, Part II")

They were played by unknown performers, who appeared in stock footage from an unknown film.


People celebrating Lincoln's election victoryEdit

Abe Lincoln wins election

People celebrating Lincoln's victory

These people were celebrating the election victory of Abraham Lincoln in 1860. They were seen by the Enterprise crew via the Guardian of Forever in 2267. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

They were played by unknown performers in stock footage from a classic film.


Train passengersEdit

Train passengers guardian of forever

Passengers of a train

These passengers were traveling on a train somewhen during the 19th century. They were seen by the Enterprise crew via the Guardian of Forever in 2267. (TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

They were played by unknown performers in stock footage from a classic film.


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