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An illusionist comes to town, gunplay ensues (1845)

(Part 3 of our “welcome back students” series…)  It seems that Chapel Hill has seen quite a parade of entertainers and other characters come through town over the years.  One such visit from an intriguing 19th-century illusionist named the “Fakir … Continue reading Continue reading

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An illusionist comes to town, gunplay ensues (1845)

(Part 3 of our “welcome back students” series…)  It seems that Chapel Hill has seen quite a parade of entertainers and other characters come through town over the years.  One such visit from an intriguing 19th-century illusionist named the “Fakir … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in 1845, 19th century, Chapel Hill, college, Education, Fakir of Ava, Hillsborough, illusionists, Just for Kicks, magicians, Staff Finds, students, University life, University of North Carolina, violence, William Bagley | Comments Off on An illusionist comes to town, gunplay ensues (1845)