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AGRI2A-00011
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Slaves picking cotton. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00019
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Slave-coffle in Washington DC passing the old Capitol, which burned in 1814. Hand-colored woodcut
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Slave mother and daughter on the auction block in the US South. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00037
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Young slave boy in his comfortless cabin, US South. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00113
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Deck plan of a slave ship, showing how captured Africans were arranged as cargo, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00142
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Deck of the captured slave-ship "Wildfire" brought into Key West, 1860.Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00143
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Escaped slave fleeing from slave hunters and their dog. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00054
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Sugar plantation slaves harvesting cane. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00052
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Slave woman field-hand on a sugar plantation in Louisiana, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00010
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Slaves returning from the fields at twilight on a sugar plantation, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
AGRI2A-00008
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Slaves unloading rice barges in South Carolina. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00014
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Picking cotton on a plantation in the Deep South, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00035
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African-American field hands picking cotton, baling cotton, and ginning cotton by steam. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00043
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Planting rice on a North Carolina plantation, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00044
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African-American woman carrying sheaves on a rice plantation. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00055
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Cutting sugar-cane on a plantation in the Deep South. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00079
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Field hands loading rice from a plantation on a barge on the Savannah River, Georgia. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00100
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African-Americans cutting rice in Louisiana, supervised by an overseer on horseback. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00114
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Slaves bringing in the cotton harvest. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00073
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Plantation dinner guests fanned by a slave in the Deep South. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00064
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Men being served drinks by a young slave in a Louisiana plantation home. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00096
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Southern lady and her African-American slave shopping in an open-air market, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00063
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African-American servant or slave serving dinner. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00016
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African-American mother rocking & singing to her children in a cabin. Hand-colored halftone
HUSG2C-00016
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African-American mother rocking & singing to her children in a cabin. Photo of a slave cabin combined with a hand-colored halftone
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Capture of Nat Turner, leader of slave revolt in 1831. Hand-colored woodcut
PPRE2A-00079
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George Washington and Custis children with field hands at Mt Vernon. Hand-colored engraving
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George Washington and his family at Mt Vernon. Hand-colored engraving
PPRE2A-00284
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Domestic life at Mount Vernon, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
USVA2P-00349
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Slave burying-ground memorial at Mount Vernon, George Washington's home in Virginia
PPRE2A-00105
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Thomas Jefferson's return to Monticello from Paris, 1789. Hand-colored woodcut
PPRE4C-07515
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George Washington and his family at Mt Vernon. 15 sec. animation of a hand-colored engraving
SOCI2A-00015
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Slave family outside their cabin on a southern plantation. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00028
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Slaves' social gathering at a plantation corn-husking. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00036
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Slave sale advertisement from the "Charleston Gazette," SC, 1744. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00054
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Introduction of African slaves into Virginia Colony at Jamestown, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
USDC2A-00011
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The landing on the Potomac River in old Georgetown, upriver from Washington DC, early 1800s. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00055
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Black servant or slave welcoming a guest, old Knickerbocker homestead, New York. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00056
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Slaves greeting plantation owner's family visiting "the quarters" in Virginia, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00061
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Brutal whipping of slave in Virginia before the Civil War, from an eyewitness account. Hand-colored halftone
AGRI2A-00121
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Slaves bringing in loads of cotton after a day's picking, early 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00068
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A slave auction in Virginia, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00080
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Slaves escaping to the North through southern swamps during US Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00281
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Dealer inspecting a young black slave at a slave auction in Virginia, circa 1860. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00089
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Slave mother's anguish at being taken away from her child. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00094
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Group of slaves escaping in the night. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00095
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Broomstick wedding ceremony of African-American slaves, Virginia, from eyewitness before the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00098
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Young cotton picker considered fit only to be a slave. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00146
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African-American field hands hooking up sugar cane in Louisiana, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Kemble illustration
SOCI2A-00099
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Household slave caring for the planter's child. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00147
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Native American sent into slavery by Virginia colonists, 1600s.
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SOCI2A-00166
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African-American household slave in New York Colony. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00224
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Slave family in their quarters in the cellar of the Knickerbocker mansion, New York, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00179
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Row of slave cabins on a southern plantation, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00131
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Bringing tobacco to market in early Virginia. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00209
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Slave-market on the New York City waterfront, 1600s-early 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00280
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Slaves on a cotton plantation talking about escaping to freedom, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00214
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Escaped slave being captured under Fugitive Slave Law. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00217
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A slave auction in New Orleans, Louisiana. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00223
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Group of slaves singing on a southern plantation, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut based on a Boston schoolteacher's description, 1850s
SOCI2A-00226
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Plantation schoolteacher offers to help a slave escape to freedom, 1850s. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00249
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"Dandy" (well-dressed) slave in the role of personal servant holding an umbrella over lady in Baltimore MD, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2P-00004
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Slave cabin birthplace of Booker T. Washington, Burroughs tobacco plantation, Virginia
SOCI2P-00011
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Slave cabin birthplace of Booker T. Washington, Burroughs tobacco plantation, Virginia
SOCI2P-00016
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Interior of slave cabin where Booker T. Washington was born, Burroughs tobacco plantation, Virginia
SOCI3A-00036
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Slave sale advertisement from the "Charleston Gazette," SC, 1744. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00323
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Runaway slave notice in the Charleston Gazette, 1744. Woodcut
USLA2A-00001
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Slaves loading cotton on the levee at New Orleans, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00006
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Overseer with field-hands cutting sugar-cane, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
USMD2A-00010
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An old Maryland plantation manor-house with outbuildings, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
USSC2A-00006
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Old Custom-House, 1860, Charleston, South Carolina. Hand-colored woodcut
USSC2A-00008
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African-Americans cutting down a live-oak in the forest along the Ashley River, South Carolina. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00125
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Slaves carrying baskets of cotton in a field. Hand-colored halftone illustration
SOCI2A-00248
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Slave pens in Alexandria, Virginia. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
PBLA2A-00019
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Joseph Cinque, leader of "Amistad" slave revolt. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00083
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Africans brought into Virginia Colony as slaves in the 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
PPRE2A-00283
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Washington met by his Virginia neighbors on his way to the inauguration, 1789. Hand-colored woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
PPRE3A-00319
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President Washington and his servant on a New York street. Woodcut
SOCI2A-00043
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Runaway slaves Burns and Sims captured in Boston and returned to South Carolina, 1850s. Hand-colored halftone illustration
SOCI3A-00333
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Colonial New York slave revolt proceedings, title page. Woodcut document
AGRI2A-00115
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African-American slave with bag of picked cotton, US South, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00097
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Colonists burning a Negro at the stake in New York. Hand-colored woodcut
USFL2D-00043
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Remains of slave cabins at Kingsley Plantation, former sea island cotton plantation on the St. John's River, Florida
USSC2D-00022
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"Slave street" cabins at Boone Hall, an antebellum plantation, South Carolina. Digital photograph
USSC2D-00020
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Restored slave cabin at Boone Hall, an antebellum plantation, South Carolina. Digital photograph
USSC2D-00047
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Former slave cabin at Boone Hall, an antebellum plantation, South Carolina. Digital photograph
USSC2D-00019
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Remains of a slave cabin at Boone Hall, an antebellum plantation, South Carolina. Digital photograph
USSC2D-00018
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Row of slave cabins, some restored, at Boone Hall, an antebellum plantation, South Carolina. Digital photograph
USFL2D-00044
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Remains of slave cabins at Kingsley Plantation, former sea island cotton plantation on the St. John's River, Florida
USFL2D-00046
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Slave cabin built of tabby (oystershells & lime) at Kingsley Plantation on the St. John's River, Florida
USSC2D-00049
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Slave cabins (left) and "big house" of Boone Hall, an antebellum plantation, South Carolina. Digital photograph
USFL2D-00048
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Remains of slave cabin fireplace, Kingsley Plantation on the St. John's River, Florida
SOCI2A-00069
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Capture of a slave ship off the coast of Cuba, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00200
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Scandinavian slave-ship "Grev Bernstorff" under sail for the West Indies from Africa, 1786. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2D-00017
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Replica of the 19th-century slave-ship Amistad, on a public visit to Portland, Maine. Digital photograph
SOCI2A-00001
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Captured Africans to be sold as slaves. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00267
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African slave offered in the market, Congo basin. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00003
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A slave shed where African captives are held until sold. Hand-colored woodcut of a Kemble illustration
SOCI2A-00002
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A native slaver's canoe full of captives in Africa. Hand-colored woodcut of a Kemble illustration
SOCI2A-00022
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African slave caravans on the march. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00046
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African slave-ship hoisting sail after sighting an English cruiser, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00082
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Slaves too weak to march who have been left behind to die by African traders. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00084
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Captives being marched through a slave burial ground in Africa, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00086
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Implements of torture used in the African slave trade. Hand-colored engraving
SOCI2A-00175
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African captives leaping off a slave-ship off the coast of Africa, 1700s. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00173
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Bringing African captives to slave-ships on the west coast of Africa, 1700s. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00272
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Royal Navy chasing an East African slave-ship, circa 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00174
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Traders throwing slaves overboard to avoid capture by the British Navy, 1800s. Hand-colored
PBLA2A-00022
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Josiah Henson, slave alleged to be H.B. Stowe's model for "Uncle Tom." Hand-colored woodcut
PBLA2A-00005
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Dred Scott portrait in 1857. Hand-colored woodcut
PBLA2A-00006
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Poet Phillis Wheatley.
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PBLA2A-00003
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Harriet Tubman, the "Moses of her people." Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
SOCI2A-00165
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United States map resulting from the Missouri Compromise Act, 1820. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI3A-00173
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Bringing African captives to slave-ships on the west coast of Africa, 1700s. Halftone
PBLA3A-00001
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Capture of Nat Turner, leader of slave revolt in 1831. Woodcut
PBLA3A-00019
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Joseph Cinque, leader of "Amistad" slave revolt. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00010
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Slaves returning from the fields at twilight on a sugar plantation, 1800s. Engraving
SOCI3A-00267
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African slave offered in the market, Congo basin. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00113
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Deck plan of a slave ship, showing how captured Africans were arranged as cargo, 1700s. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00318
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African captives prone on decks of slave shipa, 1700s. Woodcut

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