Lewis Temple

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A statue of Lewis Temple in New Bedford, Massachusetts

Lewis Temple (1800 – 18 May 1854) was an American blacksmith, abolitionist, and inventor. He was born in slavery in Richmond, Virginia, and moved to the whaling village of New Bedford, Massachusetts during the 1820s, where he worked as a blacksmith.

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