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Cooper, Sarah Brown Ingersolllocked

(12 December 1835–11 December 1896)
  • Geoffrey Gneuhs

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Cooper, Sarah Brown Ingersoll (12 December 1835–11 December 1896), educator, was born in Cazenovia, New York, the daughter of Samuel Clark Ingersoll, a mechanic, and Laura Case Hopkins. Sarah was only five years old when her mother died, and she and her two sisters were reared by a great aunt. When she was twelve years old, her first article was published in the ...

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