Representing truth: Sojourner Truth's knowing and becoming known

Painter, Nell Irvin
September 1994
Journal of American History;Sep94, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p461
Academic Journal
Profiles Isabella Van Wagner, an African-American minister popularly known as Sojourner Truth. Religious works; Use of speech, writing and photography to convey her religious message and satisfy material needs; Experiences on slavery.


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