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  2. Marquis de Lafayette | Contributions, Biography, & Facts

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    Marquis de Lafayette, in full Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch-Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette, Lafayette also spelled La Fayette, (born September 6, 1757, Chavaniac, France—died May 20, 1834, Paris), French aristocrat who fought in the Continental Army with the American colonists against the British in the American Revolution.

  3. Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette - Wikipedia

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    Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de La Fayette (6 September 1757 – 20 May 1834), known in the United States as Lafayette (/ ˌ l ɑː f iː ˈ ɛ t, ˌ l æ f-/, French: ), was a French aristocrat, freemason and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War, commanding American troops in several battles, including the siege of Yorktown.

  4. Lafayette College

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    As you will find at Lafayette, cur non means that for our students anything is possible. Ask yourself: why not COVID-19: Lafayette remains committed to staying stronger together and encourages all members of its campus community to take the appropriate steps outlined in the protocols and testing strategy to protect each other.

  5. Marquis de Lafayette - Facts, Birthday & French Revolution ...

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    Marquis de Lafayette served the Continental Army with distinction during the American Revolutionary War, providing tactical leadership while securing vital resources from France. Lafayette fled...

  6. Lafayette | Louisiana Travel

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    Visit Lafayette to experience the ‘Happiest City in America’. As the largest city in Lafayette Parish, Lafayette, Louisiana mixes all the amenities of urban life, including universities and medical centers, with the unmistakable influence of the region's venerable Cajun and Creole cultures. Visitors can learn about the area's roots by touring either the Acadian Cultural Center or Vermilionville.