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True or False Puzzler 2

1. The U.S. Postal Service issued a Sojourner Truth stamp in 1986 and Sojourner Truth was named to the Michigan Hall of Fame and the National Women's Hall of Fame. TRUE or FALSE

2. Sojourner Truth is credited with giving her famous "Ain't I a Woman" speech in Cleveland, Ohio in 1850.
TRUE or FALSE

3. After the Civil war Sojourner believed that land should be taken from southern slave plantations and be given to former slaves.
TRUE or FALSE

4. Sojourner Truth was a man.
TRUE or FALSE

5. In 1886 Frances Titus, the widow of a prominent Battle Creek miller, asked the public for donations to erect a suitable marker at Sojourner's grave in Oak Hill Cemetery. Titus was Sojourner's sponsor and lecture manager.
TRUE or FALSE

6. Sojourner Truth was freed in 1828 when women were given the right to vote. TRUE or FALSE

7. In 1987 a segment of Michigan's M-66 Highway was dedicated as Sojourner Truth Memorial Highway.
TRUE or FALSE

8. Sojourner Truth worked to desegregate public transportation.
TRUE or FALSE

9. In 1943 Sojourner changed her name from Isabella Hardenbergh and began her journey as an avid spokeswoman for women's rights, abolition of slavery, homelessness and prison reform.
TRUE or FALSE

10. The robot exploring the surface of Saturn was named after Sojourner Truth in 1997. TRUE or FALSE

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