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AGRI2A-00011
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Slaves picking cotton. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00014
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Picking cotton on a plantation in the Deep South, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00023
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Steamboat loading with cotton at a river wharf, 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-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-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
AGRI3A-00011
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Slaves picking cotton. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00014
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Picking cotton on a plantation in the Deep South, 1800s. Woodcut
AGRI3A-00153
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Barge loading cotton bales from a plantation's chute on the Alabama River, 1861. Woodcut
EVCW2A-00011
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Jefferson Davis inaugurated as president of the Confederate States of America, Montgomery AL, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00109
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Admiral Farragut in the rigging during the Battle of Mobile Bay, 1864. Hand-colored photogravure of W.H. Overend painting
EVCW2A-00110
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Surrender of the Confederate ironclad "Tennessee," Battle of Mobile Bay, 1864. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2A-00111
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USS "Hartford" colliding with the ironclad CSS "Tennessee," Mobile Bay battle, 1864. Hand-colored woodcut
EVCW2D-00190
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Monument to Civil War soldiers from Alabama who died in the Battle of Shiloh, Shiloh National Military Park, Tennessee
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-00191
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Map of US Civil War battles in central Tennessee, northern Alabama and Georgia, 1863-65. Woodcut
EVNT2A-00257
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Diagram of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, War of 1812. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00254
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Eastern portion of De Soto's route across southeastern North America, 1539. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00274
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Map of De Soto expedition's route across southeast North America, 1539-1542. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00089
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Creek village. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2A-00162
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Native Americans' palisaded village, such as Malvilla, Alabama, visited by DeSoto in 1540. Hand-colored woodcut
NATI2D-00288
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NATI2D-00288
Bear Creek Mound, a ceremonial platform built between 1200-1400 AD along the ancient Natchez Trace in northeastern Mississippi
NATI2D-00289
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Bear Creek Mound informational marker along the ancient Natchez Trace in northeastern Mississippi
NATI5N-00036
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Bear Creek Mound, a Mississippian moundbuilder site on the Natchez Trace, MS-AL border. 8-sec HD video
SCIN2A-00054
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Railroad train brought to a standstill by floods in Alabama, 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOED2A-00008
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Tuskegee Institute class in architectural and mechanical drawing, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone
SOED2A-00026
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Armstrong Hall, built by students at Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. Hand-colored halftone
USAL2D-00001
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Beaver dam across Sweetwater Branch near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00002
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Beaver dam across Sweetwater Branch near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00003
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Fallen tree across Sweetwater Branch near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00004
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Fallen tree across Sweetwater Branch near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00005
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Spring growth on a decaying log along Sweetwater Branch near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00006
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Tree hollowed out by a lightning strike along Sweetwater Branch near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00007
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Sweetwater Branch Nature Trail near the Natchez Trace in Alabama
USAL2D-00008
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Spring growth in the hills along the Natchez Trace in northwestern Alabama
USAL2D-00009
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Freedom Hills spring forest, from the Natchez Trace in Alabama. Digital photograph
USAL2P-00007
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Whitetail deer near the Natchez Trace in Alabama. Photograph
USAL2P-00016
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Colbert Creek in morning mist, Natchez Trace, Alabama. Photograph
USAL2P-00019
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Tilled fields along the Natchez Trace in northwestern Alabama. Photograph
USAL2P-00025
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Cows in morning mist along the Natchez Trace, Alabama. Photograph
PLIT3A-00099
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Helen Keller, a blind, deaf, and mute author and lecturer. Printed halftone of a photograph
PVPR2A-00002
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William Rufus King, Vice President of the United States, 1853. Hand-colored woodcut
EXPL2A-00302
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EXPL2A-00302
Map of Louisiana, 1744, showing the mouths of the Mississippi while part of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
   



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