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- found: A hairdresser's experience in high life ... 1859.
- found: African American National Biography, accessed September 7, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Potter, Eliza; Mrs. Johnson; domestic servant, hairdresser, autobiographer / memoirist; born 1820 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States; mixed racial background, traveled as an independent woman; hired as a lady's maid, Cincinnati, Ohio; sailed to Paris, France and England (1840s); vividly described the Creoles she met while in New Orleans, visited Natchez, where she taught hairdressing; settled in Cincinnati (1850); member of the Episcopal Church; petitioned to prevent colored people from owning slaves; self-published her story, Cincinnati, A Hairdresser's Experience In High Life (1859) which was included in the Schomburg Library of Nineteenth-Century Black Women Writers)
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