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Question 1: Harriet Jacobs was born a slave in ________ in 1813[1] and had a brother John S.
Chowan County, North CarolinaEdenton, North CarolinaSelwin, North CarolinaRockyhock, North Carolina

Question 2: Jacobs lived for seven years in her grandmother's attic before escaping to the North by boat to Philadelphia, ________ in 1842.
New JerseyConnecticutNorth CarolinaPennsylvania

Question 3: As Jacobs became part of the ________, she became very politicized.
George William AlexanderThomas ClarksonElizabeth Pease NicholAnti-Slavery Society

Question 4: Meanwhile, Louisa decided to join the ________ (AERA) which traveled from state to state advocating equal rights for all regardless of age, sex or color of their skin.
Lucy StoneNational Women's Rights ConventionAmerican Equal Rights AssociationSusan B. Anthony

Question 5: [5] There she found work as a nursemaid in the home of ________ and made a new life.
Rufus Wilmot GriswoldEdgar Allan PoeHenry Wadsworth LongfellowNathaniel Parker Willis

Question 6: She was buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery in ________; her headstone reads: "Patient in tribulation, fervent in spirit serving the Lord".
Lowell, MassachusettsCambridge, MassachusettsWoburn, MassachusettsBoston

Question 7: He worked in the gold mines during the ________, where he was joined in 1852 by Joseph, Harriet's son.
United StatesGold rushAlaskaCalifornia Gold Rush

Question 8: Her father Elijah Knox was an enslaved mulatto house ________ owned by Dr.
Genetic genealogyCarpentierGenealogical DNA testCarpenter (surname)

Question 9: Harriet Ann Jacobs (February 11, 1813 - March 7, 1897) was an American writer, escaped slave, ________ speaker and reformer.
Atlantic slave tradeFrederick DouglassSlaveryAbolitionism

Question 10: Hoping to escape his attentions, Jacobs took Samuel Sawyer, a free white lawyer, as a ________ lover.
Informed consentFraudDuty to rescueConsent

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