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Periodical Articles

Allen-Sommerville, L. “Sojourner Truth:”the preacher” Religion and Public Education 14 (1987):396-400.

Anthony, S. B. “Is It a Crime for a U.S. Citizen to Vote? In an Account of the Proceedings on the Trial of Susan B. Anthony.”Daily Democrat and Chronicle 1974, bookprint ed.:151-78.

Armstrong, J. W. “Candace Anderson’s Sampler of Michigan Women.” Michigan History 70.2 (1986):16-23.

Bennett, L. “Sojourner Truth.”Ebony 19 (1964):63-64.

Biggers, J. “Sojourner Truth”(mural) Black Collegian 61 (1976):28.

Brink, B. M. “Sojourner Truth.”Olde Ulster 10.10 (1914):289-303.

Burrow, R. Jr. “Sexism in the Black Community and the Black Church.”Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center. 13 (1986):317-322.

Campbell, K. K. “Style and Content in the Rhetoric of Early Afro-American Feminists.”Quarterly Journal of Speech 72.4 (1986):434-445.

Carter, H. “Sojourner Truth.”Chautauquan 7:477-480.

Chittendon, E. “Glorious Old Mother Sojourner Truth.” Black Collegian 8 (1978):14, 16, 82.

Collins K. “Shadow and Substance – Truth, Sojourner.” History of Photography 7.3 (1983):183-205.

Collins, P. “Selected Portraits from the Great Beautiful Black Women Collection.”(Portrait) Negro History Bulletin 42 (1979):14.

Cordley, R. “Sojourner Truth.”Congregationalist (1880): 65.

Derby, M. “Sojourner Truth.”Opportunity 18 (1940):167.

“Dr. Edelman Pays Tribute to Her Hero Sojourner Truth.” Jet 70 (1986):24.

Fish, B. A. “Sojourner Truth:Michigan’s First Black Feminist.” Michigan Academician 17.1 (1984):31-39.

Fleming, J. E. “Slavery, Civil War and Reconstuction:A Study of Black Women in Microcosm.”Negro History Bulletin 38.6 (1975):430-433.

Gage, F. D. “Ain’t I a Women.”Excerpt from Women Together. American Heritage 27 1976:32-33.

Galvin, C. B. “Sojourner Truth, the Libyan Sibyl.”New York Folklore Quarterly 1950.

Gilbert, O. “Like Oil on Agitated Waters (Sojourner Truth, a Camp Meeting Conflict)”Sojourners 15.11 (1986):26-27.

Grant, J. “A Refusal to Be Silenced (Reflections on Sojourner Truth.)”Sojourners 15.11 (1986):23-25.

Harlowe, M. “Sojourner Truth, the First Sit-In.”Negro History Bulletin 29 (1966):173-174.

Hayes, K. “Sojourner Truth:Theater with a Conscience.” (Photography) Other Side 22.3 (1986):9.

Hendricks, H. “Sojourner Truth.”National Magazine (New York)16 (1891):665.

Hine, D. C. “An Angle of Vision:Black Women and the United States Constitution, 1787-1987.”Magazine of History 3.1 (1988):7-13.

Hollyday J. “Ain’t I a Woman:Sojourner Truth.” Sojourners 15.11 (1986):4, 14-25.

Jacobs, W. J. “Mother, Aunt Susan and Me.”Ms 9 (1981): 61-64.

Jordan, J. “Sojourner Truth.”(Poem) Black Collegian 9 (1979):92.

Kent, R. L. “Isabella:The Story of Sojourner Truth.” Negro Digest 11 (1962):15-24.

Larkins, A. G. “Hero, Place and Value:Using Biography and Story in Elementary Social Studies.”Georgia Social Science Journal 19.1 (1988):6-10.

Lebedun, J. “Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Interest in Sojourner Tuth,

Black Feminist.”American Literature 46 (1974):359-363.

Lowe B. “The Family of Sojourner Truth.”New York Folklore Quarterly 12 (1956):127-135.

Lowe, B. “The Family of Sojourner Truth.”Michigan Heritage 3:Summer 1962:181-185.

—. “Michigan Days of Sojourner Truth.”New York Folklore Quarterly 12 (1956):127-135.

Mabee, C. “Sojourner Truth, Bold Prophet:Why Did She Never Learn to Read?”New York History 69.1 (1988):55-77.

—. “Truth, Sojourner and Lincoln.”New England Quarterly – a Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 61.4 (1988):519-529.

McDade, T. M. “Matthias, Prophet Without Honor.”New York Historical Society Quarterly 62.4 (1978):311-334.

Meeks, C. “Then I Will Speak Upon the Ashes.”Sojourners Dec. 1986:25-27.

Norment, L. “Ten Most Unforgettable Black Women.” (Photograph)Ebony 45 (1990):104+

Painter, N. “Sojourner Truth in Life and Memory:Writing the Biography of an American Exotic.”Gender and History 2.1 (1990):3-16.

Porter, D. “Anti-Slavery Movement in Northampton.”Negro History Bulletin 24.2 (1960):33-34 &41.

—, ed. “Sojourner Truth Calls Upon the President:An 1864 Letter.”Massachusetts Review 13.1/2 (1972):297-299.

Ritter, E. J. “Sojourner Truth.”Negro History Bulletin 26 (1963):254.

Roy, J. H. “Sojourner Truth for Young People “Negro History Bulletin 24 (1961):164.

Schaehere, M. “Sojourner Truth’s House of Bondage Honors Her Memory.”Ulster, a Regional Magazine (1989):43-49.

Schroeder, T. “Mathias the Prophet (1788-1837) a Contribution to the Study of the Erotogenesis of Religion.”Journal of Religious Psychology 6 (1913):59-65.

Shafer, E. “Sojourner Truth:A Self-Made Woman.”American History Illustrated 8.9 (1974):34-39.

Smith, G. F. “Sojourner Truth-Listener to the Voice.” Negro History Bulletin 36.3 (1973):63-65.

Smucker, D. “To Rock This Nation like a Cradle:Religious Transformations of the Black Woman, Sojourner Truth,”ed. by S. Setta. Women’s Caucus-Religious Studies Newsletter 5 (1978):1, 4-6.

“Statue of Sojourner Truth by Oliver LaGrove of Detroit, Michigan.”(Photograph) Negro History Bulletin 30 (1967):14.

Stowe, H. B. “Sojourner Truth, the Libyan Sibyl.” Atlantic 11:473.

Terry, E. D. “Sojourner Truth:The Person Behind the Libyan Sibyl.”Massachusetts Review 26.2-3 (1985):425-444.

Van Dale, R., ed. “Religion, the Republic, and the Commonwealth.”Religion and Public Education 14 (1987):339-408.

Van De Vere, E. K. “The Heart of the Lake Union.”Lake Union Herald (1976)

Wagner, G. A. “Sojourner Truth:God’s Appointed Apostle of Reform.”Southern Speech Journal 28 (1962):123-30.

Walker, A. “She Smiles Within My Smile (Inspiration of Sojourner Truth)”Sojourners 15.11 (1986):22.

White, W. “Sojourner Truth:Friend of Freedom.”New Republic 118 (1948):15-18.

Wyman, L. B. C. “Sojourner Truth.”New England Magazine 24 (1901):59-66.

Yellin, S. F. “Sojourner Truth.”(poem) Freedomways 2 (1962):186-187.


Chmielewski, W. E.”Search for Community:Feminism and the Utopian Tradition, 1830-1915 (Truth, Nichols, Phelps, Lane, Gilman)”Diss. (Ph.D)”SUNY at Binghamton, 1988,

Graves, Z. O.”Sojourner Truth:A Study in Personality and Cultures.”Diss. (M.A.)”Fisk University, 1943,

Harris, V. J.”The Brownies’ Book.” Diss. (PH.D.)” University of Georgia, 1986,

Yoakan, D.”Historical Study of the Public Speaking Activities of Women in America from 1828 to 1860.”Diss.,University of Southern California, 1935,

ERIC Documents

Arbur, R.”Literary Foremothers Rediscovered: Knight, Fuller, Santon, and Sojourner Truth”ERIC, 1976, ED 136259,

Arbur, R.”Semantics and Sojourner Truth”, ERIC, 1977, ED 158313,

Denniston, D. L.”Sable Queens in Bondage:Reading, Independent Study, and Research on the American Slave Narrative”ERIC, 1977, ED 159117,

“For the Dignity of Humanity:2nd Annual Commemoration of Black History”ERIC, 1979, ED 175782,

Haas, A.”Sojourner Truth–A Woman of Strength and Vision” ERIC, 1979, ED 170811″

“Myself and Women Heroes in My World. Kindergarten Social Studies:Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, Queen Liliupkalani, Amelia Earhart, Maria Tallchief, and SoniaManzano”ERIC, 1985, ED 260995,

Schmidt, P.”Peace Is Our Profession:Teaching Nonviolence in the Schools”ERIC, 1984, ED 248154,



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