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An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

An address to the public, from the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, and the relief of free negroes, unlawfully held in bondage ... Signed by order of the Society, B. Franklin, President. Philadelphia, 9th of November,

[Iron mask, collar, leg shackles and spurs used to restrict slaves]

This plate is respectfully dedicated to all the butchers in the United States by their obt. Sert. Chrr. Wispart. in honour of our Republican Governor Simon Snyder

Receipt for African American slave

Reply to bobalition of slavery

Grand bobalition, or "Great anniversary fussible"

[Town plan for Mesurado, Liberia]

Grand celebrashun ob de bobalition ob African slaver!!!

Dreadful Riot on Negro Hill!

Life in Philadelphia. Plate 13 / Clay fecit 1829.

Like master like man / E.W. Clay del.

Boston minstrels. The celebrated Ethiopian melodies ...

Soloque. Emperor of Hayti, creating a grand duke

The aristocracy of color

The crow quadrilles--Arranged for the pianoforte by Robt. Ashley, Esq. / lith. of Endicott.

Much ado about nothing or a militia court-martial!!

Bobalition of slavery

"The government." No. 1, [Eye] take the responsibility

Zip coon

Family amalgamation among the men-stealers

Ladies whipping girls

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

The crow quadrilles. Piano forte by John H. Hewitt / N. Currier's lith., N.Y.

Long tail blue / Willig's lith.

The new code of chivalry or what we would have done. As approved by "The American:" For 1838

The disappointed abolitionists

Abolition frowned down

Matty's perilous situation up Salt River

Fanny Elssler and the Baltimoreans

Hon. & Rev. B.R. Wilson of Monrovia, Liberia, died Oct. 9, 1864 / Photographed by S.W. Truesdell, Kenosha, Wis.

Ginger blue, a popular Negro melody, composed & sung by Mr. R.W. Pelham / Fleetwood lith.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

Trouble in the Spartan ranks. Old Durham in the field

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

Race between Bennett and Greely for the Post Office stakes

[Farmers nooning, from the original picture in the possession of Jona. Sturges Esqr.] / Wm. S. Mount 1836.

Loco Foco triumphal honors

The celebrated Congo minstrels' songs / Thayer & Co's lith., Boston.

Colored individuals along the road side

The Massachusetts hoar, outwitted, or hopping-John, and Johnny-cake, for cod fish 'notions,' wide awake!!!

The fugitive's song

Whitlock's collection of Ethiopian melodies. As sung with great applause by William Whitlock at the principal theatres in the United States

The tree of liberty. The free population of the United States enjoying the refreshing shade of the tree of liberty

Fantasia and variations on the Ethiopian air The rose of Alabama, op. 2

[Title page and frontispiece showing slave on top of mountain, with his hands raised to paper labelled "libertas justitia" which appears in sky] / Childs.

Town & country making another drive at the great question.--No go!!

The telegraphic candidates

Who says gas? Or the Democratic b-hoy

The candidate of many parties. A phrenological examination to ascertain what his political principles are

The Sabbath among slaves

Evangelic measures

The blessings of liberty or how to "hook" a "gentleman of color"

What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander

[Sheet of sketches for the illustrated 1852 London edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin showing Simon Legree and some of the other central characters]

The fish question settled

Eclipse & no eclipse or two views of one object

A dish of "black turtle"

Pilgrims of the Rhine-O!

White seaman and cold. [e.g. colored] man on board steamboat on Potomac, Washington to Aquia Creek Virginia

Winner's improved method for the violin

[African American man, possibly named "Small", full length studio portrait, well-dressed, standing, facing front with left hand resting on the back of a chair] / photographed by B.F. Reimer, No. 624 Arch Street, Philada.

[African American woman holding a white child]

State of Louisiana

Slave of Richard Townsend / W.H. Ingram's Photograph and Ferrotype Gallery, No. 11 West Gay Street, West Chester, PA.

[Proof for bank note vignette showing Afro-American men tapping sap from trees] / Baldwin, Bald & Cousland, N. York.

Ahead of all, N.L. Hansen & Co's. Magnolia Tobacco, unsurpassed by any in use. For sale here

Essence of Old Virginia Wheat Whiskey, A.M. Bininger & Co. / Sarony, Major & Knapp liths., N.Y.

The political quadrille. Music by Dred Scott

The "Lincoln column," first monolith raised, Nov. 1860, Presidential election, being S. column of connecting corridor

[Studies of child, woman, gentleman, African American man & soldier]

Questioning the farmer of the period on topography

[Unidentified African American woman]

Congressional surgery. Legislative quackery

I totes for de Brig

[Full length sketches of five African American men]

The undecided political prize fight

Orleans Square / photographed by J.N. Wilson, No. 143 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.

Working the monoliths

Rather die freemen than live to be slaves - 3rd United States Colored Troops

Presented by a committee of ladies of Phila. Oct. 1863 3rd United States Colored Troops.

We will prove ourselves men - 127th Regt. U.S. Colored Troops

Honest old Abe on the Stump. Springfield 1858. Honest old Abe on the Stump, at the ratification Meeting of Presidential Nominations. Springfield 1860

[A series of small scenes that illustrate various ways of getting money]

Sic semper tyrannis - 22th Regt. U.S. Colored Troops

Cotton field, Retreat Plantation, Port Royal Island, S.C. / Photographed by Hubbard & Mix, Beaufort, S.C.

Street and Negro quarters, Retreat Plantation, Port Royal Island, S.C. / Photographed by Hubbard & Mix, Beaufort, S.C.

Expulsion of Negroes and abolitionists from Tremont Temple, Boston, Massachusetts, on December 3, 1860

Lincoln- "I'm sorry to have to drop you, Sambo, but this concern won't carry us both!"

[Two unidentified soldiers and others at the front steps of a house]

The African Church, Richmond, Va.

[African American workers standing on railroad tracks in front of a storage facility, possibly at Giesboro cavalry depot]

A slave auction at the south / from an original sketch by Theodore R. Davis.

Camp Brightwood, D.C.--Contrabands in 2nd R.I. Camp

Map of Virginia : showing the distribution of its slave population from the census of 1860 /