1764 – Born in Göttingen on the 7th of May.
1785 – She married traveller and ethnologist Georg Forster.
– They lived in Wilno and in Göttingen.
1788 – Mainz and had three children, but an unhappy marriage.
1793 – She and Forster met for the last time, when he agreed to a divorce. However, Forster died soon after, and she married her lover.
1829 – Died on the 15th of June in Augsburg.
– The most notable of her ten children, six of which survived, was social reformer Victor Aimé Huber.
– Huber’s main work consists of novels, novellas, and travel reports, at first published under her husband Ludwig’s name.