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Dumas

1. Alexandre , known as Dumas p?re. 1802--70, French novelist and dramatist, noted for his historical romances The Count of Monte Cristo (1844) and The Three Musketeers (1844)
2. his son, Alexandre, known as Dumas fils. 1824--95, French novelist and dramatist, noted esp for the play he adapted from an earlier novel, La Dame aux cam?lias (1852)
3. Jean-Baptiste Andr? . 1800--84, French chemist, noted for his research on vapour density and atomic weight
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Dumas continued, 'I also use a lot of symbolism in my writing.
By the time of dumas' death, the new york panthers were infiltrated by members who would in 1969 implicate most of the chapter's leadership in the bomb plot which lead to the panther 21 trial.
Copyright [c] 1968-2010 by Loretta Dumas and Eugene B.
Attending the bride as maid of honor was the groom's sister, Frances Camille Dumas
In the southwest corner of Saint-Domingue, a son was born to Alexandre Antoine Davy de la Pailleterie, a Norman aristocrat, and Marie Cesette Dumas, a woman of color and most probably his slave.
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Though he credits his study of history at Harvard for honing his academic research skills, Reiss told the class, "My detective personality got me access to the hard-to-find people and documents I used for the biography." Key letters written by General Dumas were found in a safe in Villers-Cotterets, a small town 50 miles north of Paris.