Johnson and Barber was described by contemporaries as more like father and son than master and servant. Johnson paid for Barber to be educated at Bishop’s Stortford Grammar school.And, Barber served him for 32 years until Johnson’s death in 1784.He was not only a valet but also his secretary, arranging his trips and keeping his diary.
She was captured, at five-years old, in a slavery raid and was taken to England and presented to Queen Victoria as a “gift.” The Queen accepted her as her Goddaughter, paid for her education and upbringing and she was a frequent visitor to the Royal household.
And the arrival of the Windrush was not the birth of multiculturalism in Britain.
The history demonstrates that in the early days of British history, some places in the country were more ethnically diverse and multicultural than we ever realised.
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