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Félix Jacques Moulin, photographer. A Moorish Woman with Her Maid (slave), about 1856

Félix Jacques Moulin, photographer. A Moorish Woman with Her Maid (slave), about 1856

#Schiavitú, i #Caraibi chiedono un risarcimento alla Gran Bretagna ma rischiano anche Francia e Olanda

#Schiavitú, i #Caraibi chiedono un risarcimento alla Gran Bretagna ma rischiano anche Francia e Olanda

Harriet Jacobs. Escaped slave, abolitionist, activist and author of one of the first slave narratives: "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," published in 1861.

Harriet Jacobs. Escaped slave, abolitionist, activist and author of one of the first slave narratives: "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," published in 1861.

This daguerreotype shows an enslaved woman with her slaver in the mid 19th century New Orleans.

This daguerreotype shows an enslaved woman with her slaver in the mid 19th century New Orleans.

African Americans and a world-wide tradition of Slavery- a stain not just for the U.S., but the whole of humanity... Wholeheartedly agree!

African Americans and a world-wide tradition of Slavery- a stain not just for the U.S., but the whole of humanity... Wholeheartedly agree!

Cargo slave ship

Cargo slave ship

THE OLD SLAVE MARKET. Here we are in Florida. This open-sided auction house is were men, women, families and children were ripped from each others arms, and sold like animals for to the highest bidder.

THE OLD SLAVE MARKET. Here we are in Florida. This open-sided auction house is were men, women, families and children were ripped from each others arms, and sold like animals for to the highest bidder.

New York Public Library Collection -- Slave Children. Early Life - America - American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression - Civil Rights - Native Americans - Slavery - American Indians.

New York Public Library Collection -- Slave Children. Early Life - America - American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression - Civil Rights - Native Americans - Slavery - American Indians.

Once "freed", many of the former slaves and their children had no where to go. These are the houses built mostly during the "Slave Years" --- before the Civil War, and Lincoln's "Emancipation Proclamation" .

Once "freed", many of the former slaves and their children had no where to go. These are the houses built mostly during the "Slave Years" --- before the Civil War, and Lincoln's "Emancipation Proclamation" .

Clara Brown was born a slave in Virginia in 1800, She was separated from her 4 children at auction in 1835. Freed at her owner's death, she traveled west as a cook on a gold-rush wagon train to Denver. Aspiring to make enough money to buy her children's freedom, Brown opened a laundry; by 1866, she had $10,000, mining claims, & real estate. Two of her children died, & she lost track of her son. In 1882, Brown finally reunited with her daughter and granddaughter  in Council Bluffs, Iowa,

Clara Brown was born a slave in Virginia in 1800, She was separated from her 4 children at auction in 1835. Freed at her owner's death, she traveled west as a cook on a gold-rush wagon train to Denver. Aspiring to make enough money to buy her children's freedom, Brown opened a laundry; by 1866, she had $10,000, mining claims, & real estate. Two of her children died, & she lost track of her son. In 1882, Brown finally reunited with her daughter and granddaughter in Council Bluffs, Iowa,

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