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Elizabeth Freeman

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Freeman was born into slavery about 1744 at the farm of Pieter ... returned from service in the American Revolutionary War.

Mum Bett - Civil Rights Activist - Biography.com

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Apr 2, 2014 ... Meet abolitionist and former slave Mum Betts (Elizabeth Freeman) at ... Ashley, a strong supporter of the American Revolution, claimed to have ...

Africans in America/Part 2/Elizabeth Freeman (Mum Bett) - PBS

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Elizabeth Freeman was probably born in 1742, to enslaved African parents in Claverack, ... Her husband had been killed while fighting in the Revolutionary War.

Freeman, Elizabeth (Mum Bett) (1742-1829) | The Black Past ...

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Elizabeth Freeman was born into slavery in Claverack, New York in 1742. ... of the American Revolution (Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1989) ;

Elizabeth Freeman or “Mum Bett”: c.1742 - 1829 - Womenpriests.org

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Elizabeth Freeman, in early life known as "Mum Bett", (c.1742 - 1829) was among the first ... Her husband was killed in combat during the Revolutionary War.

African Americans during the American Revolution—Teacher ...

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Other Revolutionary War individuals or groups may be added to this ... Historians believe that he was born to an enslaved father and a Native American ... Elizabeth Freeman—In 1780, after her mistress struck her with a hot fireplace shovel,.

Elizabeth Freeman (Mum Bett) | - Walter Hoye - WordPress.com

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Nov 11, 2013 ... Elizabeth Freeman (Mum Bett), in early life known as Bett and later Mum ... while fighting in the American Revolutionary War (1775 — 1783).

Elizabeth Freeman - Revolvy

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Elizabeth Freeman Biography and trial Freeman was illiterate and left no ... is said to have never returned from service in the American Revolutionary War.

ElizabethFreeman aka Mum Bett - Richard Stockton College of New ...

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Mass Moments: Jury Decides in Favor of Elizabeth "Mum Bett ...

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Listening to her master's friends discuss the newly ratified Massachusetts Constitution, she concluded that if all people were born free and ...

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Elizabeth Freeman - Elizabeth Freeman Center

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Born into slavery in 1742, she was given to the Ashley family of Sheffield, ... Soon after the Revolutionary War, Bet heard the Massachusetts Constitution read ...

Elizabeth Freeman | History of American Women

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Feb 11, 2011 ... Elizabeth Freeman, known as Bett in early life and later as Mum Bett, was born to ... Resolves and the Declaration of Independence were now the law of the state in which .... Women's Rights After the American Revolution.

Elizabeth Freeman: Fighting for Freedom | History and Culture | The ...

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Feb 20, 2012 ... During the Revolutionary War, Patriots spoke of “Freedom” and “Liberty” ... This riveting story about Elizabeth Freeman, who was enslaved in ...