Harriet Ann Jacobs (February 11, 1813 – March 7, 1897) was an African-
American writer who escaped from slavery and was later freed. She became an ...
After nearly seven years hiding in a tiny garret above her grandmother's home,
Harriet Ann Jacobs took a step other slaves dared to dream in 1842; she secretly
It was not Harriet Jacob's nature to give up without a fight. Born into slavery,
Harriet Jacobs would thwart repeated sexual advancements made by her master
Harriet Jacobs, daughter of Delilah, the slave of Margaret Horniblow, and Daniel
Jacobs, the slave of Andrew Knox, was born in Edenton, North Carolina, in the ...
In this excerpt from a letter written by Harriet Jacobs to her friend, the abolitionist
Amy Post, Jacobs expresses her determination to continue her quest for ...
Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. by Harriet Jacobs (penname Linda Brent).
Harriet Jacobs. Site Index. [last updated: February 14, 2004]
1897. A drawing of Harriet Jacobs by Keith White, 1994. Image from the State
Archives of North Carolina.Harriet Jacobs, writer and reformer, was born a slave
Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl remains the most-read
woman's slave narrative of all time. Jean Fagan Yellin recounts the experiences
Sep 7, 2015 ... Harriet Jacobs: links to texts, lecture notes, bibliographies, information.