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One. Joseph Philippe Lemercier Laroche (26 May 1886 – 15 April 1912) was a Paris-educated Haitianengineer. He was the only passenger of known African ancestry

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One, and two halves. There was a Haitian-French man aboard the ship, who was Black. He was married to a French woman (who was White). They had two children (making the two half Black passengers). The family was traveling in second class. When the Titanic sank, like a true gentleman Mr. Joseph Laroche helped his wife, Juliette Laroche and their two daughters into a lifeboat. Mr. Laroche perished that night.

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22 Americans were aboard the titanic im only 9 years old!!!

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Too many. Fortunately, there wasn't room for them in the lifeboats.

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2 and they got linched at the half time show

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Yes. Joseph LaRoche. He did not survive.

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