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In 1713, Huang married a middle-class Parisian woman named Marie-Claude Regnier.
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Louis Gregory became a strong advocate for racial unity in both the United States as well as within the Bahá’í community; his most significant expression of the teachings of his faith come from his marriage.
Rhinelander was a white socialite born into a prominent New York family.