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Millie and Christine McCoy (1851-1912) were conjoined twins born into slavery. They and their mother were sold to a showman, Joseph Smith. Smith and his wife educated the girls; they eventually could speak five languages, dance, play music, and sing. They were known as the "Two-Headed Nightingale." In the 1880s they retired and purchased a small farm. Millie died of tuberculosis at age 61, with Christine following hours later. They remain one of the oldest-lived set of conjoined twins.
Millie and Christine McCoy, conjoined twins, circa 1880
THE LONG HAIRED ALBINO BABES OF BARNUM'S BIZARRE BAZAAR -- Florence and Mary Martin. Employed by the circus in the 1880's.
Millie and Christine McCoy, conjoined twins, 1880
Millie McCoy and Christine McCoy (July 11, 1851 – October 8, 1912) were American conjoined twins who went by the stage names "The Two-Headed Nightingale" and "The Eighth Wonder of the World".
Early 20th century conjoined twins photo
They were American conjoined twins who went by the stage names “The Two-Headed Nightingale,” “The Eighth Wonder of the World” and “The Carolina Twins.
Millie-Christine McCoy born into slaveryin 1851.. Later toured the world.
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Conjoined twin skeleton
Dutch conjoined twins.