Definition of Lawrence, Jacob in English:

Lawrence, Jacob

Syllabification: Law·rence, Jacob
Pronunciation: /ˈlôrəns
 
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( 1917–2000), US artist and educator. He is noted for Migration (1941–42), a series of 60 murals that depict the migration of black Americans northward in hopes of finding employment. He wrote Harriet and the Promised Land (1968) for children.

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