Narrative of Sojourner Truth, A Northern slave, emancipated from bodily servitude by the State of New York is one of the key abolitionist books. Sojourner Truth was an incredible speaker often appearing with her friend Frederick Douglass and other famous abolitionist like William Lloyd Garrison. This work also served as a platform for women's rights. Truth's famous Ain't I a Woman? speech chided men for opposing equal rights for women. The Narrative was etremely popular, and was reprinted in expanded form in 1875. The frontispiece is displayed below; the volume also includes the title page.