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My African-American Hero: Sarah E. Goode
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Sarah E. Goode
Sarah E. Goode
By: Tori A. Morrow- Smith
Sarah E. Goode was born in 1855. Born in Toledo,Ohio. While her mother was still a slave. When she grew up she became a slave too. Just like her mother working in the fields for long and tiring hours.
Sarah had no education or gone to college. She continued her life with great accomplishments.
Sarah was freed from slavery after the civil war.
Then she moved to Chicago, Illinois.
April 8,1905 in Chicago, Illinois.
No information was provided about Sarah E. Goode's childhood.
Sarah married Archibald Goode on July 14,1885. She never had children
Sarah created the first folding bed. She was an inventor. Her and her husband Archibald owned their own furniture store.
Sarah was the first african-american women to get a U.S patent. She received the patent in 1885.
Sarah was also married for more than 50 years. She out lived her husband Archibald.
Sarah's Personal Accomplishments
Sarah E. Goode is an inspiration to me because whenever she fell down she always got right back up. She is also an inspiration to me because she was the first african-american women to get a patent. So in my book she made history!