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Introducing Sarah E Goode by Tia Sims Sarah E Goode
About Sarah E Goode Sarah E Goode was a inventor. She made a cabinet bed. She was the very first African American to have a patent.
Slavery and Sarah E Goode's life Sarah was born into slavery in She had to go though many obstacles during her life only because she was a African American and a woman.
inventions Sarah E Goode made a cabinet bed later she was the very first african american to revice a patent [person to buy her item.
After freed from slavery after civil war Sarah was freed and moved to Chicago where she opened a furniture store.
Conclusion Even though Sarah E Goode was a African American she was a great person.
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