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[Slave factories, or compounds, maintained by traders from four European nations on the Gulf of Guinea in what is now Nigeria] / N. Parr, sculp.

Day book and ledger page containing a record of slave births and livestock accounts

Abolition of the slave trade, or the man the master

A map shewing the communication of the lakes and the rivers between Lake Superior and Slave Lake in North America.

The abolition of the slave trade Or the inhumanity of dealers in human flesh exemplified in Captn. Kimber's treatment of a young Negro girl of 15 for her virjen (sic) modesty.

The gradual abolition off the slave trade or leaving of sugar by degrees

[View of the city of Charleston, South Carolina, with a large home and smaller houses, outbuildings, and perhaps a slave cabin]

Receipt for African American slave

Slave market at Rio Janeiro [sic] / drawn by Augs. Earle ; engraved by Edwd. Finden.

Gate & slave market at Pernambuco / drawn by Augs. Earle ; engraved by Edwd. Finden.

United States slave trade, 1830

United States' slave trade, 1830

To the Honorable Senate and the House of representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The undersigned, citizens of Massachusetts, respectfully represent that they have reason to believe that the foreign slave trade is now carried on to

In the slave market of Cairo / David Roberts, R.A.

The Liberty Almanac for 1847: [title page, showing freed slave with U.S. Capitol in background]

The Liberty Almanac for 1847: [page with slave trade news (no illus.)]

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

The Fugitive slave law. [Hartford, Ct.? : s.n., 185-?]

Things to be remembered. Remember that the Whig administration of Millard Fillmore enacted the Fugitive Slave bill, in violation of the constitution and all the legal safeguards of personal liberty ... Remember to see, that your name is on the v

[Poster offering fifty dollars reward for the capture of a runaway slave Stephen.]

[Title page of book showing Afro-American woman with bucket on head and children playing before slave cabin]

Read, ponder, and reflect. Astounding disclosure! A voice of warning to the people of the South. General Scott proved by one of his own supporters (an abolitionist) to be in favor of the repeal of the fugitive slave law, and that he will if elec

[Title page of Boston slave riot, and trial of Anthony Burns with half-length portrait of Anthony Burns]

Boston, May 27, 1854. To the yeomanry of New England. Countrymen and brothers: The vigilance committee of Boston inform you that the mock trial of the poor fugitive slave has been postponed to Monday next, at 11 o'clock A. M ... Come, then, by t

The man is not bought! He is still in the slave pen in the Court House. The kidnapper agreed, both publicly and in writing, to sell him for $1200. The sum was raised by eminent Boston citizens, and offered him. He then claimed more. The b

The man is not bought! He is still in the slave pen in the Court House! The kidnapper agreed, both publicly and in writing, to sell him for $1200. The sum was raised by eminent Boston citizens and offered him. He then claimed more. The ba

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

Reynolds's political map of the United States, designed to exhibit the comparative area of the free and slave states and the territory open to slavery or freedom by the repeal of the Missouri Compromise.

Slave sale, Charleston, S.C.

Important discussion on slavery. There will be a discussion at Chapman Hall, on Wednesday Eve., Dec. 15 [1858] on the following question: Is the American slave better off in his present condition than he would be by a speedy emancipation. Betwee

A slave father sold away from his family

Slave quarters of Jefferson Davis plantation

Unknown. “A.W.H.” to Abraham Lincoln, Saturday, November 10, 1860 (Guard life against Slave Power)

Slave pen, Alexandria, VA. (Civil War time)

Civil War in America : Read's grand panoramic view of the free and confederated slave States of America : showing all the important cities, forts, harbours, rivers, railways &c. : from the Gulf of Mexico to the British North American possessions /

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

Map showing the distribution of the slave population of the southern states of the United States. Compiled from the census of 1860

Slave Pen, Alexandria, Va.

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

Slave Pen, Alexandria, Va.

Alexandria, Virginia. Slave pen. (Price, Birch & Co. dealers in slaves)

[Sergeant A.M. Chandler of the 44th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Co. F., and Silas Chandler, family slave, with Bowie knives, revolvers, pepper-box, shotgun, and canteen]

J. B. Long to Unknown, Friday, January 18, 1861 (Printed notice of escaped slave; with note to Lincoln)

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

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

[Freed slave children with their teachers]

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Thursday, April 24, 1862 (Treaty to end African slave trade)

The dying hero's request. By A. Anderson. Tune, as sung to Poor old slave. Harris, Printer, Phila. 1862

The despotism at Richmond. The Confederate loan in England. The slave power and its supporters. [From the London Daily News, March 20.] [1862].

Slave pen, Alexandria, Virginia / negative by Wm. R. Pywell ; positive by A Gardner.

Alexandria, Virginia. Slave pen. (Price, Birch & Company dealers in slaves)

Wilson Chinn, a branded slave from Louisiana--Also exhibiting instruments of torture used to punish slaves

Rebecca. A slave girl from New Orleans / J. E. McClees, artist, 910 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence - a redeemed slave child, 5 years of age - redeemed in Virginia, by Catharine S. Lawrence; ...

Slave cabin near Warrenton, Va.

[2nd South Carolina Infantry Regiment raid on rice plantation, Combahee, South Carolina, and escaped slave named Gordon]

Isaac and Rosa, emancipated slave children from the free schools of Louisiana

Stephen's varieties No. 3: The slave in 1863

Revival of the old slave laws of Louisiana--a scene in New Orleans--arrest of contrabands on the night of January 30 / From a sketch by our special artist.

Abraham Lincoln to Mary Mann, Tuesday, April 05, 1864 (Petition urging Lincoln to free slave children)

Benjamin Woodward to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, April 11, 1864 (Fugitive slave in Tennessee)

The silent sorrow of the enfranchised slave.

The modern Medea - the story of Margaret Garner [Margaret Garner, a slave who escaped from Kentucky to Ohio; her 4 children, 2 of which she killed so they would not have to endure slavery, lying dead on floor; and 4 men who pursued her]

The Greek slave / Th. Nast.

The galley slave Bartley Campbell's picturesqe [sic] drama.

The slave of gold

Old slave pen - Thomasville, Georgia

Florida-- ruins of the slave cabins--Ft. George Id.

Florida - The old slave market - St. Augustine

Florida-- ruins of the slave cabins--Ft. George Id. / Geo. Barker, photographer, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Florida-- ruins of the slave cabins--Ft. George Id. / Geo. Barker, photographer, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Ruins of the slave cabins, Ft. George Island, Florida

When a slave passed he couldn't even see him

Rescued slave girls, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of the slave girls, Chinatown, San Francisco

A slave girl in holiday attire, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of the slave girls, Chinatown, San Francisco

A slave girl in holiday attire, Chinatown, San Francisco

A slave girl in holiday attire, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of the slave girls, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of the slave girls, Chinatown, San Francisco

A slave girl in holiday attire, Chinatown, San Francisco

Her choice. The young man's slave (five years later)

[Old Slave Market and Plaza, St. Augustine, Fla.]

The Greek slave

[The slave ship]

The Hermitage, slave quarters, Savannah, Ga.

Slave quarters, the Hermitage

[New Orleans, La., old slave block in St. Louis Hotel]

The slave

The slave Market, St. Augustine

The Slave Market, St. Augustine

An old, old man (slave) scraping casava roots within his adobe of mud and sticks, Guadeloupe, F.W.I.

Rare Americana. Interesting collection of R. H. W. Dwight. Exhibited in galleries of the Boston art club. Indian documents and slave bills of Massachusetts. [Reprint from Boston daily globe. Wednesday, May 3, 1905].

Will the white slave have a Lincoln? / Ehrhart.

Old slave block in St. Louis Hotel, New Orleans, La.

A slave's love /

[The Hermitage, slave quarters, Savannah, Ga.]

Polaire with negro, her "Black Slave"

A view of Ewen Breaker of the Pa. [Pennsylvania] Coal Co. The dust was so dense at times as to obscure the view. This dust penetrates the utmost recesses of the boy's lungs. (See labels 1927 to 1930 for names of some of these.) A kind of slave driver sometimes stands over the boys, prodding or kicking them into obedience. Location: South Pittston, Pennsylvania.