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Remond, Sarah Parkerlocked

(1826–1894)
  • Willi Coleman

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Remond, Sarah Parker (1826–1894), slavery abolitionist and doctor, was born on 6 June 1826 in Salem, Massachusetts, one of at least eight children of John Remond, a migrant from Curaçao, and his wife, Nancy, née Lenox, who had been born into a free black family in ...

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