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Elizabeth Freeman ( c. 1744—December 28, 1829), also known as Bet or MumBet, was the first black slave to file and win a freedom suit in Massachusetts.

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Elizabeth Freeman, also known as “Mumbet” or “Bet,” is a little-known national hero, and a symbol of courage and spirit to all who strive for freedom. She was ...

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Elizabeth Freeman was probably born in 1742, to enslaved African parents in Claverack, New York. At the age of six months she was purchased, along with her ...

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When Elizabeth Freeman was nearly 70 years old, Susan Ridley Sedgwick painted a miniature portrait of her in watercolor on ivory. Sedgwick was the young  ...

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Oct 24, 2016 ... Meet abolitionist and former slave Mum Betts (Elizabeth Freeman) at ... Famous People Who Died in Massachusetts · Famous People Born in ...

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Elizabeth Freeman was born into slavery in Claverack, New York in 1742. During the 1770s, she lived in the household of Colonel John Ashley of Sheffield, ...

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Feb 20, 2012 ... This story is about Elizabeth Freeman, who was enslaved in .... century and many of the authors of these famous documents were slaveholders.

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Mar 31, 2014 ... In fact, one of the most famous New England slaves was a woman named Elizabeth Freeman who is well known for her fighting spirit and for ...

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Definition of Freeman, Elizabeth – Our online dictionary has Freeman, Elizabeth information from American Revolution Reference Library dictionary.

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"Mum Bett" changed her name to Elizabeth Freeman, although most people continued to call her by her old name (also spelled "Mumbett" and ...