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Boston Port Bill, one of the Intolerable Acts passed by Parliament in response to the Boston Tea Party. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
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Moses reciting the Ten Commandments to the Hebrew people. Hand-colored woodcut
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Moses showing the tablets with the Ten Commandments to the people of Israel. Hand-colored woodcut
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Gladstone bringing the Irish Home Rule bill before the House of Commons, 1893. Halftone of an illustration
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Congress on His Hands: Cartoon of President Theodore Roosevelt carrying a fat Congressman, 1903.
PPRE2A-00176
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Cartoon of President Theodore Roosevelt's attempt to regulate trusts, shown as a pig squeezing through the Constitution. Hand-colored woodcut
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John Quincy Adams in the House of Representatives. Hand-colored woodcut
PPRE2A-00230
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President U.S. Grant signing the Ku-Klux Klan Force bill at the Capitol, 1871. Hand-colored woodcut
PPRE3A-00241
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President Taft signing act granting Arizona statehood, 1912. Printed halftone of a photograph
SOCI2A-00012
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Constitutional Convention, 1787, with George Washington presiding over the debate. Hand-colored engraving
SOCI2A-00013
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Joint House and Senate Reconstruction Committee, creators of the 14th Amendment, under Chairman Fessenden. Hand-colored halftone
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
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The Constitutional Convention meeting at Philadelphia in 1787. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00042
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Henry Clay urging the U.S. Senate to adopt the Compromise of 1850 to avert a civil war. Hand-colored halftone
SOCI2A-00110
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King John forced to sign the Magna Carta, 1215. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00162
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Celebration of the abolition of slavery in Washington DC, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00163
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King John given the Magna Carta to endorse, 1215. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00197
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Resolution to ratify the U.S. Constitution, 1787. Woodcut with a watercolor wash
SOCI3A-00012
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Constitutional Convention, 1787, with George Washington presiding over
the debate. Engraving
SOCI3A-00041
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The Constitutional Convention meeting at Philadelphia in 1787. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00162
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Celebration of the abolition of slavery in Washington DC, 1866. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00250
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Cartoon about tariff legislation: Who is responsible? Populism or McKinleyism, 1894. Woodcut of a W.A. Rogers cartoon
USMD2A-00005
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Religious Toleration Act of colonial Maryland, 1649. Printed halftone with a watercolor wash
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Title page, "The Frame of the Government of the Province of Pennsilvania...", 1682. Woodcut
PANC3A-00053
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Hammurabi of Babylon before the sun-god. Printed halftone, from the stele with the law-code
PPRE2A-00095
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NY Governor Grover Cleveland and Police Commissioner T. Roosevelt signing reform bill, 1884. Hand-colored woodcut of Nast cartoon
SOAR2A-00139
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Medieval farmer brought before a judge. Antique hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00305
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Portion of the Preamble to the Magna Charta. Watercolor wash on a woodcut reproduction from an original copy in the British Museum
SOCI3A-00321
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Japanese-American boy filing suit to be admitted to public school in San Francisco, 1907. Halftone of a photograph
BUSN3A-00254
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The Trust Octopus keeping essential goods from a mother and child, cartoon circa 1900. Woodcut
BUSN3A-00255
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Standard Oil monopoly dragon crushing Democratic civil service reform, cartoon, 1880s. Woodcut
PPRE2A-00336
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Cartoon about antitrust actions of Attorney General Wickersham and President Taft, 1911. Digitally colored woodcut
PPRE3A-00250
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Theodore Roosevelt breaking a bucking bronco representing trusts, 1903 cartoon. Woodcut
SOCI2A-00057
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Monopoly dragon, "a huge feeder, but a poor milker," 1887 cartoon favoring antitrust legislation. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00058
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Capitalists treated favorably by the government, ironically referring to Coxey's Army's labor march, 1890s. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00059
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Justice crushing anarchy but sparing monopoly, cartoon of 1888. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00024
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Map showing the western US after the Compromise of 1850. Printed color lithograph
SOCI2A-00165
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United States map resulting from the Missouri Compromise Act, 1820. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI3A-00330
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Map of the U.S. in 1820, showing the Missouri Compromise. Woodcut
PPRE2D-00038
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President Lincoln and a freed slave, a statue commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln Park, Washington DC. Photograph
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President Lincoln and a freed slave, a statue commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln Park, Washington DC. Digital photograph
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President Lincoln and a freed slave, a statue commemorating the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln Park, Washington DC
SOCI2A-00051
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US Generals Stedman and Fullerton conferring with freedmen at Trent River, NC, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00161
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New laws are explained at the office of the Freedmen's Bureau, Memphis, Tennessee, 1866. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00210
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US Army officer explains the duties of freedom to former slaves in Louisiana, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00303
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Former slaves reaching Union lines after the Emancipation Proclamation, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI3A-00051
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US Generals Stedman and Fullerton conferring with freedmen at Trent River, NC, 1866. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00251
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Emancipation Proclamation first draft by President Lincoln, page 1. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00252
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Emancipation Proclamation first draft by President Lincoln, page 2. Woodcut
SOCI3A-00332
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Fragment of the original text of the 14th Amendment adopted 1866. Woodcut reproduction
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
SOCI2A-00302
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Freed Negroes coming into the Union lines at Newbern NC after the Emancipation Proclamation, 1863. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2D-00018
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Memorial to freed slaves who were housed at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00019
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Memorial to freed slaves who were housed at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00020
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Memorial to freed slaves who were housed at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00021
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Statue of a freed slave woman at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00022
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Statue of a freed slave woman at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00023
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Statue of a freed slave woman at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00024
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Statue of a freed slave woman at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00025
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Statue of a freed slave woman laundress at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00026
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Statue of a freed slave woman at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00028
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Statue of a freed slave woman ironing at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00029
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Statue of a freed slave gardening at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00030
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Statue of a freed slave at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00031
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Statue of a freed slave at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00032
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Statue of a freed slave gardening at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00033
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Statue of a freed slave gardening at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00034
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Statue of a freed slave at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00035
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Statue of a freed slave at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00036
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Statue of a freed slave at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00037
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Statue of freed slave woman and girl at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
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Statue of freed slave woman and girl at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00039
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Statue of freed slave woman and girl at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
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Statue of freed slave woman and girl at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00041
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Statue of freed slave woman and girl at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
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Statue of freed slave woman at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
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Statue of freed slave girl at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00044
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Statue of freed slave handing boy a book at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00045
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Statue of freed slave handing boy a book at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
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Statue of freed slave boy at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
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Statue of freed slave handed a book at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00048
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Statue of freed slave handing boy a book at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00049
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Statue of freed slave boy taking a book at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00050
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Statue of freed slave boy at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
SOCI2D-00051
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Statue of freed slave boy taking a book at Union Army's Contraband Camp in Corinth MS, 1862-1864. Digital photograph
EVCW2A-00044
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Union naval blockade of the Confederacy's coastline, US Civil War. Hand-colored
EVRV2A-00280
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Boycott of British goods adopted by Boston in response to the Townshend Acts, 1767. Watercolor wash
EVRV2A-00281
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Boston town meeting response to the Boston Port Act, 1774. Document
SOCI2A-00034
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Grass growing on the wharves of Portland, Maine, due to the Embargo Act of 1807. Hand-colored woodcut
SOCI2A-00215
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Goods carried overland instead of by sea under Jefferson's 1807 Embargo Act. Hand-colored engraving
SOCI2A-00246
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Cartoon protesting the Embargo Act passed by President Jefferson in 1807. Hand-colored woodcut
USDE2A-00003
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New Sweden Governor Printz prevents New England trade on Delaware River, 1643. Hand-colored woodcut
USDE3A-00003
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New Sweden Governor Printz prevents New England trade on Delaware River, 1643. Woodcut
AGRI2A-00046
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A turpentine distillery in North Carolina, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
AGRI2A-00053
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Loading cotton on a ship in Charleston, South Carolina, 1870s. 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
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
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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
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African-Americans dancing and singing the Bamboula, New Orleans, LA, 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Freed slaves' wedding dance in a cabin, US South, 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
PART3A-00051
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Nast cartoon showing Arkansas saying, "A plague on both your houses!" 1874. Woodcut
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Joseph Hayne Rainey, first black US Congressman, admitted 1871. Hand-colored halftone
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Blanche K. Bruce, first African-American to serve full term as US Senator. Digitally colored woodcut
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Blanche K. Bruce, first African-American to serve full term as US Senator. Woodcut
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Congressman Robert Brown Elliot, 1874. Woodcut
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Judge J.J. Wright of the South Carolina Supreme Court, 1870. Woodcut

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