Sojourner Truth

Sojourner Truth

Sojourner Truth Sojourner Truth was born a slave named Isabella Baumfree in southeastern New York. The future abolitionist had several owners during her childhood—many of them cruel—before, at age 13, ending up the property of John Dumont. For 17 years, she worked for...
Grace Douglass

Grace Douglass

Grace Bustill Douglass was an African-American abolitionist and women’s rights advocate. Although she was a devout Friend, she was never allowed membership into the Society of Friends because she was black.

Sarah Mapps Douglass

Sarah Mapps Douglass

At twenty-five, Sarah Mapps Douglass organized financial support for William Lloyd Garrison’s abolitionist newspaper, The Liberator. Her painted images on her written letters may be the first or earliest surviving examples of signed paintings by an African-American woman.

Daisy Douglass Barr

Daisy Douglass Barr

Daisy Douglass Barr served as the Imperial Empress of the Queens of the Golden Mask, the women’s auxiliary of the powerful Indiana Klan.  Her role in the Invisible Empire was so important that she worked directly with D.C. Stephenson to organize women’s branches. 

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