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Slaves returning from a cotton field in the American South, early 1860s.
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Slaves returning from a cotton field in the American South, early 1860s.

Actually, it's probably a carryover as reason to abuse "The Help." #Sad
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Actually, it's probably a carryover as reason to abuse "The Help." #Sad

Taking cotton to the cotton house after being weighed on the field scales.
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Taking cotton to the cotton house after being weighed on the field scales.

'Cotton Grass" with the colourful rhyolite mountains in the distance. Photo taken by Jennifer Jesse at Landmannalaugar, Iceland.

Iceland Photo – Landscape Wallpaper – National Geographic Photo of the Day

See a photo of cotton grass in Iceland and download free wallpaper from National Geographic.

Golden Cottolene [front] | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Golden Cottolene [front]

File name: 10_03_000085a Binder label: Food Title: Golden Cottolene [front] Created/Published: Chicago : Shober & Carqueville Date issued: 1870 - 1900 (approximate) Physical description: 1 print : chromolithograph ; 13 x 9 cm. Genre: Advertising cards Subject: Women; Cotton; Oils & fats Notes: Title from item. Statement of responsibility: The N. K. Fairbank Co. Collection: 19th Century American Trade Cards Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights: No known restrictions.

ready to harvest. daughter of a cotton farmer. been there done that.

ready to harvest. daughter of a cotton farmer. been there done that.

and bill hemmerling...i have this one...love...love...love... I don't, but love, love, love.

Giclees - Bill Hemmerling Art

A giclee is an extraordinary exacting reproduction of an original. We are now producing signed, numbered, remarqued, giclees in collections of no more than 250. The giclee- pronounced “zhee clay” – is a french word meaning “fine spray” and is done with photography and a very sophisticated ink jet printer. It is an archival process …

A 7-year-old cotton picker.
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A 7-year-old cotton picker.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Warning: these advertisements use racial caricatures and xenophobia to sell otherwise innocuous items like Jell-O and Corn Flakes. In short, this is advertising at its very worst.

Racism In 30 Vintage Ads

Warning: these advertisements use racial caricatures and xenophobia to sell otherwise innocuous items like Jell-O and Corn Flakes. In short, this is advertising at its very worst.

Cotton in the Light impressionist art PRINT by dixielandart

Cotton in the Light | impressionist art PRINT | cotton bolls and field | Louisiana farm southern rural agricultural country blue art

Cotton in the Light Print 11 x 14 This is a print of an original oil painting titled "Cotton in the Light," which sold December 22, 2014. I love the morning light reflected in the cotton bolls. The print measures 11 X 14. It is signed on the front. The title, artist, date, and edition number is on the back. This art print will be shipped with care, including insurance and tracking information. Artist statement and bio will be included. Copyright does not transfer with sale of this artwork…

Margaret Bowland - And The Cotton Is High

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Jacob Lawrence, Child labor and a lack of education was one of the other reasons for people wishing to leave their homes. (1941)

Jacob Lawrence The Migration Series, Panel 24

An in-depth look at Jacob Lawrence's landmark 1941 painting series about the mass movement of African Americans from the rural South to the urban North.