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Unidentified photographer, Aunt Jane & Uncle Jerry, Slaves Owned by Norfolk, Virginia, Family, Daguerreotype, 1/4 plate, Cowan Auctions, Inc, Auction 13 June 2014, "American History", Lot: 12, LL/54840
Slavery, abolition and civil rights
United States of America
616.01   Slavery in America
616.02   Southworth and Hawes: The Branded Hand of Captain Jonathan Walker
616.03   J.T. Zealy: African American slaves
616.04   The scourged back
616.05   Abolitionists
616.06   Emancipated slaves in the USA
616.07   Slavery in Brazil
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