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What Sojourner Truth was Famous for
My name is Sojourner Truth, I am a abolitionist and women’s rights activist. I escaped from slavery, after I become very found of my religion. I worked very hard on abolishing slavery. I collected supplies for the troops in the civil war. I was a very good speaker I spoke about feminism and racial equality
My most famous speech was my "Ain't I a Women" speech. I was asked to go to Washington D.C To talk with Freedman's Bureau
When I was young I worked at a house in New York from 1810-1827 while there I had five kids. Three of my kids were sold away from me, two of my daughters and one of my sons. Most people don't know my real name but it is Isabella. I escaped from slavery in 1827.
I moved to Battle Creek in Michigan, I moved into a barn and made it my house. That is where I would live for the rest of my life. After the Civil War I meet with President Lincoln to thank him for ending slavery. I spent the rest of my time helping free slaves find jobs. I died as a free woman in 1883.
Sojourner Truth's main accomplishments. What made her famous.
What her life was in her earlier years.
What Sojourner Truth's life was like in her later years.
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