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A receipt for sale of Jane, age 18, and her son, Henry, age 1 and all future children, December 20, 1849.

[Receipt for sale of Jane, age and her son, Henry, age 1 and all future children, December

Today in 1877, Henry O. Flipper became the first African-American to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York.

Today in Henry O. Flipper became the first African-American to graduate from the U. Military Academy in West Point, New York.

Sarah and Angeline Grimke were born in Charleston to a slaveholding family. Unable to stomach living in the slaveholding South the sisters moved North where they became ardent abolitionists and also crusaded for women's rights.

Sarah & Angelina Grimke, born to a slave-owning supreme-court judge in Charleston. They fled north, where their deep personal revulsion of slavery led them to become the first females to speak in public in the US.

Reciept for sale of Permelia, an African-American   slave woman

Reciept for sale of Permelia, an African-American slave woman

Black History Month: Document of a bill of sale for slave woman named Philis, 1845

Black History Month: Document of a bill of sale for slave woman named Philis, 1845

Ride'Um Cowgirls | 1962

100 Years of African American vintage photography from the end of slavery in the to the Black Power Movement of the and beyond.

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The first step in the slave trade process. Slaves are rounded up, bound, and forced onto the ships for transport back to the Americas by slave-traders.   Source: SLAVE SALES AND BRUTALITY / William O. Blake, The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade Columbus, Ohio, 1857 p. 112.jpg

The first step in the slave trade process. Slaves are rounded up, bound, and forced onto the ships for transport back to the Americas by slave-traders.

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