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Overseer with field-hands cutting sugar-cane, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
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Slaves unloading rice barges in South Carolina. Hand-colored woodcut
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Slaves returning from the fields at twilight on a sugar plantation, 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
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Slaves picking cotton. Hand-colored woodcut
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Picking cotton on a plantation in the Deep South, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Harvesting a Carolina rice-field. Hand-colored woodcut
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Black stevedores loading bales on the cotton wharf in Charleston, South Carolina, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American field hands picking cotton, baling cotton, and ginning cotton by steam. Hand-colored woodcut
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Planting rice on a North Carolina plantation, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American woman carrying sheaves on a rice plantation. Hand-colored woodcut
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A turpentine distillery in North Carolina, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Slave woman field-hand on a sugar plantation in Louisiana, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00053
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Loading cotton on a ship in Charleston, South Carolina, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00054
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Sugar plantation slaves harvesting cane. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cutting sugar-cane on a plantation in the Deep South. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00061
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African-American cowboy pulling a longhorn out of the mud. Hand-colored engraving of Frederic Remington illus.
AGRI2A-00078
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Bronco busters saddling a horse, Arizona, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
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Field hands loading rice from a plantation on a barge on the Savannah River, Georgia. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00082
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Baling cotton in a cotton-press 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Operating a cane-crushing machine in a sugar house at Bayou Teche, Louisiana, 1900. Hand-colored halftone
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
AGRI2A-00115
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African-American slave with bag of picked cotton, US South, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00121
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Slaves bringing in loads of cotton after a day's picking, early 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00125
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Slaves carrying baskets of cotton in a field. Hand-colored halftone illustration
AGRI2A-00127
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African-American hauling baled cotton to market with a team of mules, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00128
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Steam-driven packet loaded with bales of cotton, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00129
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African-American field-hands picking cotton, late 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00131
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Bringing tobacco to market in early Virginia. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American field hands hooking up sugar cane in Louisiana, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Kemble illustration
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Workers baling at a southern cotton press at night, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI3A-00008
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Slaves unloading rice barges in South Carolina. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00010
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Slaves returning from the fields at twilight on a sugar plantation, 1800s. Engraving
AGRI3A-00011
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Slaves picking cotton. Woodcut
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Picking cotton on a plantation in the Deep South, 1800s. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00052
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Slave woman field-hand on a sugar plantation in Louisiana, 1800s. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00061
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African-American cowboy pulling a longhorn out of the mud. Engraving of Frederic Remington illus.
AGRI3A-00131
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Bringing tobacco to market in early Virginia. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00140
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African-American workers stripping tobacco in Danville, Virginia, 1880s. Woodcut
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Cotton compress in Texas, 1870s. Woodcut
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Workers baling at a southern cotton press at night, 1880s. Woodcut
AGRI3P-00018
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African-American field hands picking cotton in the Deep South, 1890s. Albertype, aphotographic reproduction
AMEX2E-00053
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George Washington and his slave Billy Lee at Fort Pitt to scout land on the frontier, 1770. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEY2E-00012
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Robert Wright and his slave discovering a British landing near Queenstown MD, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEY2E-00018
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Former US slaves trained as British marines on Tangier Island in Chesapeake Bay, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEY2E-00041
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Mary Pickersgill and other ladies making a huge flag for Fort McHenry, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
AMEY2E-00044
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Escaped slave Frederick Hall mortally wounded defending Fort McHenry, 1814, War of 1812. Gerry Embleton illustration
BUSN2A-00206
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Villagers reading news of the US-Mexican War, 1840s. Hand-colored engraving
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Picking room in a cotton textile factory, 1800s. Woodcut
EVCW2A-00136
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Flight of the Confederate government after the fall of Richmond, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00145
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Federal army entering Richmond after the citizens had burned it, April 3, 1865. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00154
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Hanging a black man on Clarkson Street during the New York draft riots, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00155
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New York draft rioters burning the black children's orphanage, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00156
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Rebel Quantrill raiders destroying Lawrence, Kansas, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00233
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Steamboat "Imperial" arriving in New Orleans from St Louis after the fall of Vicksburg, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2D-00197
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00198
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Black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00199
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00200
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00201
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00202
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00203
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00204
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00205
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Black soldier of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00206
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00207
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00208
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00209
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00210
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00211
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00212
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00213
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00214
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00215
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW2D-00216
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Statue of freed slave in 1st Alabama Colored Regiment at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1863. Digital photograph
EVCW3A-00055
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Draft riot in New York City, 1863, during the US Civil War. Woodcut
EVCW3D-00197
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Robert Gould Shaw in command of black troops of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment, memorial in Boston, Massachusetts. Digital photograph
EVNT3A-00304
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Afroamerican soldiers on the Las Guasimas battlefield, Spanish-American War, 1898. Printed halftone of a photograph
EVRV2A-00008
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Stamp Act protestors burning stamps in New York City before the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
EVRV2A-00043
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Surrender of British commander Cornwallis to General Washington at Yorktown, 1781. Hand-colored photogravure
EVRV2D-00117
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Lexington Minutemen reenactors march at Yorktown Battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00205
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African-American revolutionary soldier memorial at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00206
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African-American revolutionary soldier memorial at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Digital photograph
EVRV2D-00207
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African-American revolutionary soldier memorial at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Digital photograph
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Lewis & Clark trying to make friends with Native Americans. Hand-colored halftone
EXPL3A-00133
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Lewis & Clark trying to make friends with Native Americans. Halftone reproduction of a 19th-century illustration
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Private Henry Johnson, hero of the 369th Afroamerican "Harlem Hell Fighters" holding off German assault, WWI, 1918. Gerry Embleton illustration
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Children have had to serve as soldiers in many wars. Gerry Embleton illustration
HOUS2A-00055
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July 4 celebration, 1834, New York City, looking south on Broadway from Cortlandt Street. Hand-colored halftone
HOUS2A-00123
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African-American veteran giving children a history lesson on Decoration Day, 1881. Hand-colored woodcut
HOUS2A-00170
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Trent River settlement of freed slaves, North Carolina, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
HOUS2A-00171
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Cabins of freed slaves at Trent River settlement, North Carolina, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
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Schoolhouse and chapel of freed slaves at Trent River settlement, North Carolina, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
HOUS2D-00059
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African-American woman reenactor sewing at Yorktown battlefield, Virginia. Digital photograph
HOUS2D-00064
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African-American woman reenactor in a sewing circle at Yorktown, Virginia. Digital photograph
HOUS3A-00166
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Barbecue for a political rally in the South or Midwest, roasting meat over a pit, 1890s. Halftone
HSET2A-00077
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Buffalo soldiers around a campfire, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET2A-00086
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Captain Dodge's black troopers to the rescue. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET2A-00096
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Southern lady and her African-American slave shopping in an open-air market, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
HSET2A-00125
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African-American buffalo soldier riding a horse fresh from the herd, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut of a Frederic Remington illustration
HSET4N-00077
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African-American "buffalo soldiers" around a campfire in the west, 1800s. 6 sec. animation of a hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00009
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Freed African-American workers collecting pay after strawberry harvest, Virginia, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00010
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Freed African-Americans' wedding in a cabin, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00011
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A Negro funeral in Virginia, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American man collecting pay for cotton delivery, Austin TX, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00016
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African-American mother rocking & singing to her children in a cabin. Hand-colored halftone
HUSG2A-00020
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African-American prayer meeting in a cabin. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00022
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Freed African-Americans embarking for the North on riverboats after the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00023
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Freed African-Americans landing at St Louis MO, leaving the South after the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00024
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Freed African-Americans emcamped in Topeka KS, migrating out of the South, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00026
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African-American outdoor prayer meeting in the South, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00027
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Visiting pastor having dinner with an African-American family, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00028
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African-American oyster peddler in Baltimore MD, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00030
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African-American church congregation in Washington DC, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00031
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Ball of the Skidmore Guard, a black military organization, NYC, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00032
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Former slaves fleeing to Kansas from yellow fever outbreak in South, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00033
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Former slaves on a boat to the North after the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00045
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Freed slaves' wedding dance in a cabin, US South, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
HUSG2A-00046
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Former slave couple in spring outside their cabin in Virginia, ca. 1870. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American boy reading to his family of former slaves in their cabin, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut

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