Emma White was born in Kentucky. She migrated to Liberia, Africa after the American Civil War. In 1875 she moved to Opobo (today southern Nigeria). She was employed by King Jubo Jubogha to write his correspondence, and she was a teacher and governess for his children.
“Johnson, Emma White Jaja,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database.
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