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PBLA2A-00001
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Capture of Nat Turner, leader of slave revolt in 1831. Hand-colored woodcut
PBLA2A-00003
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Harriet Tubman, the "Moses of her people." Hand-colored halftone
PBLA2A-00004
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Frederick Douglass portrait. Hand-colored woodcut
PBLA2A-00013
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Frederick Douglass as a young man, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
PBLA2A-00014
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Frederick Douglass speaking in England on his experiences as a slave in the USA. Hand-colored woodcut
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William Still portrait, secretary of the Underground Railroad. Hand-colored halftone
PBLA3A-00001
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Capture of Nat Turner, leader of slave revolt in 1831. Woodcut
PBLA3A-00004
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Frederick Douglass portrait. Woodcut
PBLA3A-00013
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Frederick Douglass as a young man, with autograph. Engraving
PBLA3A-00014
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Frederick Douglass speaking in England on his experiences as a slave in the USA. Woodcut
PBLA3A-00015
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William Still, portrait, secretary of the Underground Railroad. Printed halftone
PLIT2A-00004
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Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1853. Hand-colored halftone of a drawing by George Richardson
PLIT2A-00042
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Hinton Rowan Helper, author, with autograph. Hand-colored woodcut
PLIT2A-00089
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Ralph Waldo Emerson portrait, standing.
Hand-colored engraving
PLIT2A-00104
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Part of the original manuscript of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Hand-colored woodcut
PLIT2A-00105
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Harriet Beecher Stowe's home where she wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin," Brunswick, Maine. Hand-colored woodcut
PLIT2X-00004
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Harriet Beecher Stowe in 1853. Hand-colored halftone of a drawing by George Richardson
PPRE2A-00010
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Debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00002
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William Lloyd Garrison, portrait with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
PSOC2A-00011
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Masthead of 1831 "The Liberator," Garrison's abolition newspaper. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00014
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Cassius Marcellus Clay, abolitionist and US diplomat. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00019
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Sarah Moore Grimke, with autograph. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00020
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Angelina Grimke, with autograph. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00023
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John Brown stops to see a black child on his way to execution. Hand-colored engraving
PSOC2A-00024
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John Brown between his dying sons in the battle at Harper's Ferry. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00027
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Lucretia (Coffin) Mott, American social reformer. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00028
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"The Liberator": masthead of William Lloyd Garrison's abolitionist newspaper, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00029
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Rev. William Ellery Channing. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00030
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John Brown, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
PSOC2A-00031
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Susan B. Anthony. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00034
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Rev. Henry Ward Beecher defending the Union cause in Exeter Hall, London, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC2A-00035
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William Lloyd Garrison portrait, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
PSOC2A-00036
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William Lloyd Garrison when a young man. Hand-colored woodcut from a portrait by Swain
PSOC2A-00037
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George Thompson, William Lloyd Garrison, and Wendell Phillips conferring, 1851. Hand-colored woodcutfrom a daguerrotype
PSOC2A-00040
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Senator Brooks (SC) assaulting Senator Sumner (MA) during an antislavery debate, 1856. Hand-colored woodcut
PSOC3A-00011
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Masthead of 1831 "The Liberator," Garrison's abolition newspaper. Woodcut
PSOC3A-00023
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John Brown stops to see a black child on his way to execution. Engraving
PSOC3A-00028
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"The Liberator": masthead of William Lloyd Garrison's abolitionist newspaper, 1850s. Woodcut
PUSA2A-00002
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William H. Seward portrait, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
PUSA2A-00006
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David Wilmot, with his signature. Hand-colored photogravure
PUSA2A-00008
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William H. Seward. Hand-colored engraving
PUSA3A-00002
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William H. Seward portrait, with autograph. Engraving
PUSA3A-00008
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William H. Seward. Engraving
SOCI2A-00030
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Celebration of the enactment of the 13th Amendment in the House of Representatives, ending slavery, 1865. Hand-colored 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
SOCI2A-00069
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Capture of a slave ship off the coast of Cuba, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00137
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Missouri "border ruffians" entering Kansas to vote for slavery, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00162
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Celebration of the abolition of slavery in Washington DC, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00225
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Woman abolitionist traveling to the U.S. South before the Civil War. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00226
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Plantation schoolteacher offers to help a slave escape to freedom, 1850s. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00238
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Wendell Phillips speaking against slavery on Boston Common, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00259
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Slavery proponents burning antislavery documents in Charleston, South Carolina, 1830s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2D-00053
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Hubbard House, an Underground Railroad safe house in Ashtabula OH, on the shore of Lake Erie. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00054
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Hubbard House, an Underground Railroad safe house in Ashtabula OH, on the shore of Lake Erie. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00055
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Hubbard House, an Underground Railroad safe house in Ashtabula OH, on the shore of Lake Erie. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00056
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Unionville Tavern, a former Underground Railroad station in Ohio. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00057
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Marker for the Unionville Tavern, a former Underground Railroad station in Ohio. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00058
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Unionville Tavern, a former Underground Railroad station in Ohio. Digital photograph
SOCI3A-00137
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SOCI3A-00137
Missouri "border ruffians" entering Kansas to vote for slavery, 1850s. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00162
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Celebration of the abolition of slavery in Washington DC, 1866. Woodcut

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