Resources

 

Sojourner Truth Resources & Publications I found useful:

  • Jeroen Dewulf (2015) “’A Strong Barbaric Accent’: America’s Dutch-Speaking Black Community from Seventeenth-Century New Netherland to Nineteenth-Century New York and New Jersey,” American Speech: A Quarterly of Linguistic Usage, Vol. 90, Nr. 2 (May 2015): 131-153.
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  • Jan Noordegraaf, VU University Amsterdam
    A Language Lost: The Case of Leeg Duits (“Low Dutch”) Article Journal: Academic Journal of Modern Philology, 2013. Volume: 2, Pages: 91-108
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  • Michael Phillips‐Anderson Monmouth University
    Voices of Democracy 7 (2012): 21‐ 46 Phillips‐Anderson 21
    SOJOURNER TRUTH, "ADDRESS AT THE WOMAN'S RIGHTS CONVENTION IN AKRON, OHIO," (29 MAY 1851)
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  • Kay Siebler, “Far from the Truth”, Teaching the Politics of Sojourner Truth’s “Ain’t I a Woman?”
    Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture
    Volume 10, Number 3 doi 10.1215/15314200-2010-005 © 2010 by Duke University Press.
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  • ‪Suzanne Pullon Fitch‪, Roseann M. Mandziuk
    Sojourner Truth as Orator: Wit, Story, and Song
    Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997
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  • L. G. van Loon: Springer; 1938 edition (January 1, 1938)
    Crumbs from an old Dutch closet: The Dutch Dialect of Old New York 1938th Edition
    ISBN-10: 9401758158; ISBN-13: 978-9401758154
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  • Helene van Rossum, Rutgers University, Public Services and Outreach Archivist at Special Collections and University Archives."How Rutgers university is connected to Sojourner Truth: The Hardenbergh family in Ulster County NEW YORK." (June 16, 2017).                                                                                                                                                                                                    View online
  • van Marle, Jaap. 2001. ‘American “Leeg Duits” (‘Low Dutch’) - a neglected language
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  • Sojourner Truth Memorial site; Her words.
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"I did not run away, I walked away by daylight..."
~ Sojourner Truth