Narrative of Sojourner Truth, The
Biography of Sojourner Truth, the 19th century preacher, abolitionist, and former slave. Written in 1850 by Olive Gilbert based on Sojourner Truth's recollections of her life.
Sojourner Truth Institute
Organization working to expand people's knowledge of Sojourner Truth's life and work as an abolitionist, preacher, and anti-slavery activist.
Sojourner Truth Memorial Statue Project
Project honoring former slave, abolitionist and women's rights spokesperson Sojourner Truth with a statue in Florence, Massachusetts.
Sojourner Truth Records
Archive of documents relating to Sojourner Truth, the 19th century abolitionist and feminist, from the State University of New York in New Paltz.
Sojourner Truth, The Libyan Sibyl
Essay about Sojourner Truth, a former slave who campaigned for abolition and women's rights in the 19th century. Written in 1863 by novelist Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Who2 Profile: Sojourner Truth
Profile of 19th century African American reformer Sojourner Truth. Features vital stats and related links.
Wikipedia: Sojourner Truth
Biography of American anti-slavery activist Sojourner Truth, the 19th century abolitionist and feminist activist. Covers her early life as a slave, her work during the Civil War, and her famous speeches.
Wikisource: Ain't I a Woman?
Text of Sojourner Truth's most famous speech, called Ain't I a Woman?, a short commentary on slavery and women's rights, delivered in 1851 in Akron, Ohio. From Wikisource.