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Tall and vivacious, Englishwoman Frances Wright established the experimental colony at Nashoba. The colony was begun in 1826 with the support of Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay and the Marquis de Lafayette. Her idealistic mission for Nashoba was to buy slaves and to prepare them for freedom and self-sufficiency.
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