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Lucy Higgs Nichols (Activist) - Age, Birthday, Bio, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Height & More

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Lucy Higgs Nichols
Lucy Higgs Nichols was an African American escaped slave, and a nurse for the Union Army during the American Civil War. Known affectionately as "Aunt Lucy", her sole photo shows her surrounded by veterans of the 23rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment, of the Army of the Tennessee. She was as devoted to the soldiers as they were to her and her daughter, Mona. She lost her daughter and husband during the Civil War, and after the war ended, settled in New Albany, Indiana, where she worked as a housekeeper to several officers and eventually married her second husband, John Nichols. She lived in New Albany with her husband for more than forty years, until her death on January 25, 1915, at the Floyd County Poor House. The Grand Army of the Republic admitted her as their only honorary, female member, not only of Sanderson's Post, men's group, but of the United States. "Aunt Lucy" was treated as family, and loved by all the soldiers that knew her.

About Lucy Higgs Nichols

Activist Lucy Higgs Nichols was born on April 10, 1838 in Tennessee, United States (She dies at the age of 76, on January 25, 1915).

After escaping enslavement, Nichols, often known as"Aunt Lucy", became a respected Union Army nurse. She was granted honorary membership in the Grand Army of the Republic, a group of Union Army soldiers, after the Civil War.

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Lucy Higgs Nichols before becoming famous

Lucy Higgs Nichols was born in the Zodiac sign Aries (The Ram), and 1838 is also the year of Dog (狗) in the Chinese Zodiac.

She was born into slavery in Hardeman County, Tennessee.

Achievement of Lucy Higgs Nichols

Her life was the subject of exhibits at Indiana's Carnegie Center for Art & History and Kentucky's Frazier History Museum.

Lucy Higgs Nichols's Family, Spouse, Dating and Relationship

Both her first husband and her daughter, Mona, were killed in the Civil War. In the years following the war and the Emancipation Proclamation, she married John Nichols in Indiana.

Lucy Higgs Nichols Collabed with

Memoirist Susie Taylor (Susie King Taylor) was a Union Army nurse who was also an escaped slave.

Lucy Higgs Nichols Income & Net worth

Lucy Higgs Nichols's income mainly comes from the work that created her reputation: an activist. Information about her net worth in 2023 is being updated as soon as possible by, you can contact to tell us Net Worth of the Lucy Higgs Nichols.

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Latest information about Lucy Higgs Nichols updated on March 18 2022.