Narrative of Sojourner Truth

Literary Touchstone Classic

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Author(s): Truth & Gilbert, Sojourner and Olive
Page Length: 144 pgs
Copyright: 2007
Weight: 0.39 lbs.
Item Code: 302163
ISBN: 9781580497336
ISBN-10: 1580497330

Born a slave in New York state around 1797 and given the name Isabella Baumfree, Sojourner Truth followed her calling and traveled the country, speaking to large and sometimes hostile crowds. After years of giving speeches, she had become one of the most influential African American women of the nineteenth century, but unable to write her memoirs herself, Sojourner dictated her narrative to Olive Gilbert, a white abolitionist. They were published in 1850 and are an inspirational account of this extraordinary woman’s journey through life.

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