A slave in chains expressing the inhumanity of slavery with the words 'Am I not a man and a brother?'.
January 01, 1774 License
A rare Spanish document listing the importation of slaves to the Americas at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, in New York's public library.
August 23, 2004 License
Grave of Lewis Porter, a slave who died 1853 with tombstone erected by his master Major Porter; Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula, Alabama
May 19, 2010 License
Newly freed from slavery, African Americans hold a wedding ceremony.
New freed from slavery, a group of African Americans dance during a wedding celebration.
Etching depicting slave auction of native Africans to American plantation owners.
African Americans posed outside former slave quarters at Hermitage Plantation.
In Walnut Hills is pictured the home of the American Quaker and abolitionist Levi Coffin (1798 - 1877). Located in Cincinnati, it functioned as a stop on the Underground Railroad; the photo was taken ca.1905.
March 05, 2009 License
Cabins where slaves were raised for market--The famous Hermitage, Savannah, Georgia
June 01, 2010 License
A group of 'Contrabands'