Famous People Born in 1830
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profile name: Emily Dickinson profile occupation: Poet
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profile name: Camille Pissarro profile occupation: Painter
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profile name: Eadweard Muybridge profile occupation: Photographer, Filmmaker, Inventor
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profile name: Mother Jones profile occupation: Activist, Folk Hero
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profile name: Porfirio Díaz profile occupation: General, Dictator, World Leader
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profile name: Christina Rossetti profile occupation: Poet
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