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Name:    Sibley, Mary Easton
Profession:  Building Owner, Educator
Category:  Education, Human and Social Services
Description:    "Awakened by a religious conversion in 1832, Mary Easton Sibley sought to impart knowledge, morality, and Protestant Christianity to young people on the Missouri frontier." She taught English to German immigrants, established an African school to educate blacks, and founded a boarding school in St. Charles that eventually became Lindenwood College.

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