The first section of the bibliography contains those works that directly relate to information on Sojourner Truth and additional works that served as background on her life. The second section contains those works that were used in the theoretical sections of the book. Sources for the documents contained in the book are not included here because those sources are cited in Part II.
|BHL||Bently Historical Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI|
Leggett Family Papers, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public|
Library, Detroit, MI
|HSBC||Sojourner Truth Collection, Historical Society of Battle Creek, MI|
|RL||Post Papers, Rhees Library, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY|
|WL||Willard Library, Battle Creek, MI|
Western Michigan University Archives and Regional History Collection,|
"Angola". Republican [ Angola, IN] 18 May 1861: n. pag.
"Angola". Republican [ Angola, IN] 1 June 1861: 1.
"Annual Meeting of the American A.S. Society". Liberator [ Boston] 23 May 1849: 2.
"A Bloodless Victory". Republican [ Angola, IN] 8 June 1861.
Campbell Karlyn Kohrs. Man Cannot Speak for Her: A Critical Study of Early Feminist Rhetoric. 2 vols. New York: Praeger, 1989.
-----. "Style and Content in the Rhetoric of Early Afro-American Feminists". Quarterly Journal of Speech 72 ( 1982): 434-45.
Carter Harriet. "Sojourner Truth". Chautauquan 7 ( May 1887): 477-80.
Chadwick John White. A Life for Liberty: Anti-Slavery and Other Letters of Sallie Holley. 1899. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.