|Name:||Carl Robert Jakobson|
|Birth Day:||July 26, 1841|
|Death Date:||Mar 19, 1882 (age 40)|
As per our current Database, Carl Robert Jakobson died on Mar 19, 1882 (age 40).
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He was born and raised in Tartu, Estonia. A radical political figure and reformer, he called for an end to the political dominance of Baltic-German nobles.
Between 1860 and 1880, the Governorate of Livonia was led by a moderate nobility-dominated government. Jakobson became the leader of the radical wing, advocating widespread reforms in Livonia. He was responsible for the economic-political program of the Estonian national movement. Jakobson urged Estonians to demand equal political rights with the region's Germans and an end to privileged position of the Baltic-German nobility.
In 1878, Jakobson established the Estonian newspaper Sakala. The paper quickly became a vital promoter of the cultural awakening. He also had a central role in the establishment of the Society of Estonian Literati, which was an influential Estonian association in the second half of the 19th century.
In 1948, the Museum of Carl Robert Jakobson was established by Jakobson's oldest daughter, Linda, in their family estate in Kurgja. The main house of the museum includes an exhibition which introduces the life and activities Jakobson. The museum is designed to illustrate elements of rural life in Estonia during Jakobson's lifetime and remains an active farm with cattle-breeding and land cultivation.
Currently, Carl Robert Jakobson is 180 years, 0 months and 3 days old. Carl Robert Jakobson will celebrate 181st birthday on a Tuesday 26th of July 2022.
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