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Truth’s pointed aptness and originality were instrumental in getting the most radical resolutions through the convention over the objections of moderate women. Indeed, a number of contemporary newspapers commented on the impact and influence of the speech (although Jane Swisshelm’s paper was not among them—she wrote only that a tall black woman was at the convention, selling books). ” See also Abolitionist Writing; Blacks; Female Authorship; Feminism; Oral Tradition; Oratory; Slavery BIBLIOGRAPHY Primary Works Anti-Slavery Bugle (Salem, Ohio), 21 June 1851, p.
But a report in the Salem, Ohio, Anti-Slavery Bugle, published on 21 June 1851—about three weeks after the Akron meeting—is certainly the most authentic. It does not have a refrain, does not express Truth in dialect, and states that she said “I am a woman’s rights,” reflecting a common phrase used by female reformers. Nevertheless, in comparing the two versions, only one definite factual falsehood exists: Gage attributes thirteen children to Sojourner Truth, something she obviously copied from Stowe’s article.
Sweet, Timothy. American Georgics: Economy and Environment in Early American Literature. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. ” Sojourner Truth (c. ” in May 1851, in Akron, Ohio, where she gained fame for eloquently and powerfully bringing together the issues of women’s rights and slavery. Although Sojourner Truth was already a popular preacher, abolitionist, and woman’s rights spokesperson in the East, she was unknown to westerners outside of the abolitionist movement headed by William Lloyd Garrison (1805–1879).
American History Through Literature: 1820-1870, Volume 1 by Janet;Sattelmeyer, Robert Gabler-Hover