'Eugenie' can also refer to...

Dorothy Eugenie Brett (1883—1977) painter

Eugénie (1826—1920) empress of the French and exile

Eugénie de Guérin (1805—1848)

Eugénie Fiocre (1845—1908)

Eugénie Grandet

Eugenie Jane Andrina Henderson (1914—1989) phonetician and linguistic scholar

Eugénie Lecomte (c. 1811)

Eugenie Marlitt (1825—1887)

Eugénie McNeil (1886—1983)

Eugénie oder Die Bürgerzeit

Eugenie Strong (1860—1943) archaeologist and art historian

Hortense Eugénie de Beauharnais (1783—1837)

Lady Eugenie Jowler

Marie Eugenie delle Grazie (1864—1931)


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The name given to a woollen cap worn by seamen in the late 19th century in Arctic and Antarctic waters. The name originates from the caps presented by the ex-Empress Eugénie of France to every officer and man on board the Alert and Discovery during the Royal Navy's Arctic expedition of 1875.

Subjects: Maritime History.

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