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Betsy Heard (1759-circa 1812) was a Euro‐African slave trader and merchant. Her father was an entrepreneur who had travelled from Liverpool to the Los Islands, her mother was an African slave. She was educated in England and upon completing her education returned to West Africa and she set up her trading post on the Bereira river. She ended up opposing the slave trade.
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