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us: Trobriand, Régis de, 1816-1897



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    • us: Trobriand, Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern, comte de, 1816-1897
    • us: Keredern, Philippe Régis Denis de, comte de Trobriand, 1816-1897
    • us: De Trobriand, Régis, 1816-1897
    • us: De Trobriand, Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern, comte, 1816-1897
    • us: Trobriand, Philippe Régis de, 1816-1897
    • us: De Trobriand, Philippe Régis, 1816-1897
    • us: De Trobriand, Régis Denis de Keredern, 1816-1897
    • us: Trobriand, Régis Denis de Keredern de, 1816-1897
    • us: De Keredern De Trobriand, Philippe Régis Denis, 1816-1897
    • us: Keredern De Trobriand, Philippe Régis Denis de, 1816-1897
    • us: De Keredern, Philippe Régis Denis, comte de Trobriand, 1816-1897
    • us: Trobriand, Régis de, comte, 1816-1897
    • us: De Trobriand, Régis, comte, 1816-1897
    • us: De Trobriand, Philip Regis, 1816-1897
    • us: Trobriand, Philip Regis de, 1816-1897
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    • Trobriand, Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern, comte de, 1816-1897
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    • found: His Vie militaire dans le Dakota ... 1926.
    • found: His Military life in Dakota, 1982,c1951: t.p. ([in subtitle] Philippe Régis de Trobriand)
    • found: DAB (De Trobriand, Régis Denis de Keredern; b. in France, died in Bayport, L.I., U.S.; in 1861 became American citizen; 1866 elected colonel of the regular Amer. army; in 1874 succeeded to the title of count; wrote in French)
    • found: Wikipedia, website viewed July 10, 2014 (Régis de Trobriand; Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand; born June 4, 1816, Chateau de Rochettes, near Tours, France; died, July 15, 1897, Bayport New York; served in the United States Army; French aristocrat, lawyer, poet, novelist; emigrated to the United States in his 20s, first settling in New York City; served as a general in the Union Army in the American Civil War; commander of Fort Stevenson in Dakota Territory from 1867 to 1870, Fort Shaw in Montana, several posts in Utah; and Fort Steele in Wyoming; during Reconstruction he was part of occupation force based in New Orleans and lived there when he retired from the army in 1879)
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