Born into slavery in 1797, Sojourner Truth fled from bondage some 30 years later and become a powerful figure in the progressive movements reshaping American society. This remarkable narrative, first published in 1850, offers a rare glimpse into the little-documented world of Northern slavery. Truth recounts her life as an enslaved person in rural New York, her separation from her family, her religious conversion, and her life as a traveling preacher during the 1840s. She also describes her work as a social reformer, counselor , and sponsor of a black migration to the West.
Ages: 11 and up
Paperback: 80 pages
Dimensions: 5 3/16" x 8 1/4"
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