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Harriet Jacobs 
American slave, writer, and abolitionist
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Date of birth1813
Edenton
Harriet Jacobs
Date of death7 March 1897
Washington, D.C.
Place of burial
Pseudonym
  • Linda Brent
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Sibling
  • John S. Jacobs
Child
  • Louisa Matilda Jacobs
Unmarried partner
  • Samuel Tredwell Sawyer
Notable work
  • Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
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Media in category "Harriet Jacobs"

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