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Sojourner truth timeline timeline description: sojourner truth was born a slave but she escaped slavery in 1826 she became a supporter of both women's rights and abolition, or the fight to end slavery. Study guide and teaching aid for sojourner truth: ain't i a woman featuring document text, summary, and expert commentary. Narrative of sojourner truth, a northern slave, emancipated from bodily servitude by the state of new york, in 1828 with a portrait.
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