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Sarah Baker was an illiterate fairground performer who became one of the most successful self-made women of her time.

Sarah Baker’s long life (1737-1816) spanned a turbulent period of change which marked her experiences. Robert Walpole’s political insecurities, William Wilberforce’s evangelical concern with the nation’s moral fibre, William Pitt’s policy of war with France, even the French Revolution, all had life-changing consequences for Sarah and her family.

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Address: Wigmore Library, Fairview Avenue, Wigmore, Kent, ME8 0PX

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Venue: Wigmore Library


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