Sojourner Truth poses for a portrait while knitting at a small table. Sojourner Truth, whose legal name was Isabella Van Wagener, was born into slavery but later freed. She worked as an abolitionist, a suffragette, and an evangelist...その他
January 01, 1900 ライセンス
Portrait of Sojourner Truth (ca. 1797-1883), leader of the Underground Railroad. Undated hand-colored illustration.
An albumen carte de viste portrait of abolitionist and women's rights advocate Sojourner Truth, Detroit, Michigan, 1864. The caption for the image was: 'I sell the shadow to support the substance'.
January 01, 1864 ライセンス
American abolitionist and women's rights activist Sojourner Truth preaching to a crowd from a lectern on a stage, circa 1860.
January 01, 1860 ライセンス
Sojourner Truth, ca. 1864.
September 17, 2012 ライセンス
Sojourner Truth, three-quarter length portrait, seated at table with knitting and book
April 12, 2011 ライセンス
Former slave Sojourner Truth (1797 - 1883), freed when New York state abolished slavery she became a campaigner for women's rights and abolition.
December 04, 2005 ライセンス
Portrait of slave-turned-equal rights advocate Sojourner Truth, seated in chair, posing for camera.
January 01, 1850 ライセンス
Portrait of American abolitionist and feminist Sojourner Truth (1797 - 1883), a former slave who advocated emancipation, c. 1880.
January 01, 1880 ライセンス
Sojourner Truth (1797-1883), Abolitionist, Freed Slave.
January 02, 1880 ライセンス
Martin Luther King Jr.