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Photographs taken on slave ships are rare. This one was taken underhand by Marc Ferrez in 1882 aboard a French slave vessel Rio de Janeiro inbound.

Actual photograph of Slave Ship captives.  Biddy Craft

East African slaves aboard the HMS Daphne, a British Royal Navy vessel involved in anti-slave trade activities in the Indian Ocean,

SLAVES, EX-SLAVES, and CHILDREN OF SLAVES IN THE AMERICAN SOUTH, 1860 -1900 (21) | by Okinawa Soba (Rob)

The South’s Shocking Hidden History: Thousands of Blacks Forced Into Slavery Until [shocking US NEWS Black men re-enslaved 2014 in for-profit stock market prison system, see CCA & Wackenhut ]

Unknown photograph from a slave ship. Sickening.

Unknown photograph from a slave ship [700x437]

African Slave Ships: Image of the slave trade depicting East African slaves taken aboard HMS Daphne.

Writing Prompt: Historical photos

Writing prompt for upper elementary. May be controversial but helps teach real history and gets them to www their point of view to create lasting impact

East African slaves aboard the Daphne, a British Royal Navy vessel

East African slaves aboard the Daphne, a British Royal Navy vessel involved in anti-slave trade activities in the Indian Ocean, The National Archives of the UK

ca. 1862 Caption: Taylor slave of Col Hamilton as he arrived at the fort.

This photo breaks my heart! 1862 Caption: Taylor slave of Col Hamilton as he arrived at the fort.

Photo of a group of 30 plantation slaves gathered around a large slave cabin located on Smith's Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina.

Slavery: This is a photograph showing a group of Plantation Slaves. The photograph was taken on Smith's Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina. It shows a group of about 30 slaves gathered around a large slave cabin. Photograph is by Timothy O'Sullivan.

Cabins where slaves were raised for market--The famous Hermitage, Savannah, Georgia

The famous Hermitage, Savannah, Georgia. This is basically how your slaves lived. It was horrible.

A “Negro village” similar to PT Barnum’s exhibition of Joice Heth, an enslaved African-American who was blind and almost completely paralyzed. Barnum lied to the visitors saying she was the 160-year-old nurse of President George Washington.

Human-Zoo-or-Negro-Village. A “Negro village” similar to PT Barnum’s exhibition of Joice Heth, an enslaved African-American who was blind and almost completely paralyzed. Barnum lied to the visitors saying she was the nurse of President George Washington.

Andrew York, black slave to William Clark and who was an invaluable member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition.  A hunter & explorer, he helped to survey and even saved the lives of others in the expedition on numerous occasions. What must it have been like to return to slavery after 2 years of greater respect...to be the only member of the expedition not to receive recognition, money and land let alone his freedom.

Black Men Power: Andrew York

Andrew York, black slave to William Clark and who was an invaluable member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. A hunter & explorer, he helped to survey and even saved the lives of others in the expedition on numerous occasions. What must it have been like to return to slavery after 2 years of greater respect...to be the only member of the expedition not to receive recognition, money and land let alone his freedom.

Seminole woman with baby, circa 1905. Original copyright by John Chamberlin. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division,

Seminole woman with baby, circa Original copyright by John Chamberlin. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division,

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