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When James Hopkinson, owner of a plantation on Edisto Island, left South Carolina in 1862, he left behind over fifty slaves

When James Hopkinson, owner of a plantation on Edisto Island, left South Carolina in 1862, he left behind over fifty slaves, 1860, United States, Metropolitan museum, . (Photo by: Photo12/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
When James Hopkinson, owner of a plantation on Edisto Island, left South Carolina in 1862, he left behind over fifty slaves
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Credit:
Photo 12 / Contributor
Editorial #:
535796009
Collection:
Universal Images Group
Date created:
January 02, 2015
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Source:
Universal Images Group Editorial
Object name:
960_05_DFS09A02_166
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3968 x 2598 px (13.23 x 8.66 in) - 300 dpi - 2 MB