Set at Liberty: Juno Larcom and her Family @ Historic Beverly, Beverly [13 September]

Set at Liberty: Juno Larcom and her Family


30
13
September
19:00 - 20:00

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Historic Beverly
117 Cabot St, Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
Local historian Terri McFadden will discuss her research on Juno Larcom, who was born about 1726 and died in 1818. Larcom, who was half Native American and half black, was purchased by Captain Herrick of Beverly; she ultimately gained her freedom. McFadden will discuss Juno, her family, and Beverly's early black community. $5/free for members
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