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Gender:Male
Age:20's
Country:China 
U.S. Public Records Index
Residence:Full address, Illinois
U.S. Public Records Index
Birth:Day Month 1952
Also known as:3 aliases
Possible relatives:David Fang, and names of 7 more relatives
Residences:Full address, California, and 7 more full addresses
Phone numbers:xxx-xxxx, and 6 more phone numbers
Business associations:Contact, Pasadena Central Travelodge, Pasadena, California, USA
and one more business association
U.S. Public Records Index
Birth:Day Month 1958
Also known as:3 aliases
Possible relatives:Shuning Wang, and name of one more relative
Residences:Full address, New Jersey, and 6 more full addresses
Phone numbers:(732) xxx-xxxx, and 3 more phone numbers
U.S. Public Records Index
Birth:Day Month 1967
Also known as:3 aliases
Possible relatives:C Fang, and names of 3 more relatives
Residences:Full address, New York, and 7 more full addresses
Phone numbers:(718) xxx-xxxx, and 3 more phone numbers
U.S. Public Records Index
Residence:Full address, Illinois
Phone number:(630) xxx-xxxx
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... TIEN TSIN, July 7. After a short engagement with the republican forces at LangFang today, imperial troops are reported to have retreated toward Peking. The casualties in the fighting at LangF"ang..."
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Date:Day Month 1917
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U.S. Public Records Index
Residence:Full address, Illinois
Phone number:(773) xxx-xxxx
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... at the stake. The international army Is still at Lang-Fang. A relief train. with ammunition and food, endeavored to reach the foreign troops and was forced to return to Tien-Tsln. The most alarming report..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...." for he and the other commanders appear to be doing so, to the evident surprise and discomfiture of the enemy. If the Chinese troops are not sss badly demoralized they may make a stand at Lang- Fang, which..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and a quarter of the track has been destroyed. The expedition will remain for the present at LangFang. A courier who arrived this morning from Peking and LangFang brought a letter from the American legation..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Is now at LangFang, half way to Pekln. Tho trocps found tho station destroyed and 200 yards of tho track torn up. Upon approaching tho atatlon they found "Iloxcrs" still carrying on tho work..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Stadt sind Banden von „Boxers" erschienen. Sie ha-ben die Kirchen niedergebrannt und verbreiteten großen Schrecken unter den Einwohnern. „Zwei Ei send ähnbrücken zwischen Tien Tsin und LangFang sind von..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Tien Tsin to a point above Lang ' Fang. Capt. McCalla was in charge of a ! construction train which was repairing the j railroad and keeping communication open. The allies were 'constantly fighting..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... were placed In fiat boats and towed down the river by details of soldiers and marines, while the main body of the troops fought the Chinese off with rifle and Maxims. In the fight at LangFang, where..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in flat-hoats and towed down the river by details of soldiers and marines, while the main body of the troops fought the Chinese off with rifle and Maxim. In the fight at Lang-Fang, 'where the Boxers aUacked..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... of a part of Jan Tong Fu Iixlangs force on the trains at LangFang on the afternoon of the lath this reputation for bravery wan sostamed Early on the m ruIng of the 16th tho first train was divided into two..."
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Date:Day Month 1900
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... dispatched received here from Peking, followed upon the defeat of the imperialistic forces by republican troops at LangFang. south of Peking, and desertion of many ot Chang Hsun's soTdfers. The Forbidden City..."
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Date:Day Month 1917
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