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Celebration of the enactment of the 13th Amendment in the House of Representatives, ending slavery, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
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Joint House and Senate Reconstruction Committee, creators of the 14th Amendment, under Chairman Fessenden. Hand-colored halftone
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Fragment of the original text of the 14th Amendment adopted 1866. Woodcut reproduction
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Celebration of the abolition of slavery in Washington DC, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-Americans voting in Richmond, Virginia, 1871. Hand-colored woodcut
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Citizens cheering inside the Capitol as the House passes the 14th Amendment, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
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Reconstruction depicted as equal rights reform, 1868. Hand-colored woodcut of a Thomas Nast cartoon
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Citizens cheering inside the Capitol as the House passes the 14th Amendment, 1866. Woodcut
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First black citizens voting, 1867. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American election official supervising the first black voters in Washington DC, 1867. Hand-colored woodcut
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Passage from the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC. Photograph
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Passage from the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, Jefferson Memorial, Washington DC
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Pro-slavery rioters burn the printshop of abolitionist E.P. Lovejoy, Alton, Illinois, 1835. Hand-colored woodcut
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John Peter Zenger celebrating his acquittal after trial for libel, 1735. Hand-colored woodcut of a Darley illustration
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Andrew Hamilton's defense of John Peter Zenger, which established freedom of the press in the American colonies, 1734-5. Hand-colored halftone
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British colonial government burning Zenger's newspaper on Wall Street, 1734. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI3A-00162
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Celebration of the abolition of slavery in Washington DC, 1866. Woodcut
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African-Americans voting in Richmond, Virginia, 1871. Woodcut
  

   

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