Elizabeth Key Grinstead (1630-1665) was one of the first slaves in the North American colonies to sue for and be granted freedom for herself and her son. Once Elizabeth and her son were free, the court ordered that she be compensated for her lost years as an indentured servant and slave.
This Elizabeth Key Grinstead paper doll set comes with one paper doll and stands approximately 8.5" tall. The set comes with seven dresses, an attached stand, and an envelope to store the doll and clothes. The uncut paper doll and clothes are bound in a 17 page book and printed on white card stock. The paper doll book also includes her brief biography.
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