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Abolitionist Mumbet (later choosing the name Elizabeth Freeman), who was born in Claverack in the 1700s, is a symbol of courage to all who strive for freedom. She worked as a slave in western Massachusetts until she sued for her freedom and won. Image courtesy of The Trustees of Reservations and the African American Heritage Trail, a project of the Upper Housatonic National Heritage Area.
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