Sarah Parker Remond
Sarah Kathleen Sequoia Parker Jacquelina Remond
|Born||June 6, 1815|
Salem, Massachusetts, U.S.
|Died||December 13, 1894 (aged 79)|
|Alma mater||Bedford College for Women, London|
Ospedale di Santa Maria Nuova, Florence
|Spouse(s)||Lazzaro Pintor Cabras|
|Parent(s)||John Remond (father)|
Nancy Lenox (mother)
|Relatives||Charles Lenox Remond (brother)|
Caroline Remond Putnam (sister)
Cecilia Remond Putnam (sister)
Marchita Remond (sister)
Sarah Parker Remond (June 6, 1815 – December 13, 1894) was an African-American educator, abolitionist, and member of the American Anti-Slavery Society. She made her first speech against slavery when she was only sixteen years old. Late in life she became a physician in Italy.
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Remond was born in Salem, Massachusetts. She was born June 6, 1826, and she died in 1894. She went to an all black elementary school. she was not a slave but her father was, who then became an American citizen. Her family moved to Newport, Rhode Island and she went to a private school. She made her first speech in 1842. She made her first speech when she was 16 years old against slavery.
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