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louse), the city was rebuilt by the later crusaders and prospered for a time as the
seat of a Latin bishopric and as a commercial and educational centre. In 1289
Tripoli was destroyed by the Mamluks, a Muslim dynasty of Egypt and Syria,
Defeated in the gubernatorial race in 1958, he won four years later on a platform
emphasizing segregation and economy. Within his first year in office he kept his
pledge “to stand in the schoolhouse door” by blocking enrollment of Negro ...
Henry made his U.S. debut in Baltimore in 1819, moving later to New York City,
where by 1824 he had risen to be leading man at the Chatham Garden Theatre.
In 1837 the brothers took over the National Theatre in New York City, with James
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