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Sojourner Truth ~ Black History Month Card (large)
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Sojourner Truth ~ Black History Month Card (large)
In celebration of Black History Month.In honor of Black History Month, this greeting card depicts Sojourner Truth, an indomitable abolitionist and civil rights activist. From The African American Almanac, 10th Ed., Gale: "Born Isabella Baumfree in Ulster County, New York, around 1797, she was freed by the New York State Emancipation Act of 1827 and lived in New York City for a time. "After taking the name Sojourner Truth, which she felt God had given her, she assumed the "mission" of spreading "the Truth" across the country. She became famous as an itinerant preacher, drawing huge crowds with her oratory (and some said 'mystical gifts') wherever she appeared. "She became one of an active group of black women abolitionists, lectured before numerous abolitionist audiences, and was friends with such leading white abolitionists as James and Lucretia Mott and Harriet Beecher Stowe. "With the outbreak of the Civil War she raised money to purchase gifts for the soldiers, distributing them herself in the camps. She also helped African Americans who had escaped to the North to find habitation and shelter. "Age and ill health caused her to retire from the lecture circuit, and she spent her last days in a sanatorium in Battle Creek, Michigan."

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Product ID: 137722050634801195
Created on: 2/15/2010 8:39 PM
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