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Not "Extremely rare photo of packed slave merchant ship. This is really sad!" Photo depicts slave rescued by the HMS Daphne and seated on the decks of that ship. (Slavers did not stow slaves on the top deck!) Read the original site for more information.

Thousands of visitors pause to reflect on the photograph at London's National Archives, which is captioned: 'East African slaves taken aboard HMS Daphne from a dhow, 1 November

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Rescued east African slaves crowd the deck of the HMS Daphne. - Extremely rare photo of packed slave merchant ship. Rescued slaves aboard HMS Daphne, a British Royal Navy vessel involved in anti-slave trade activities in the Indian Ocean, 1868

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East African slaves aboard the HMS Daphne, a British Royal Navy vessel involved in anti-slave trade activities in the Indian Ocean, 1868.
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East African slaves aboard the HMS Daphne, a British Royal Navy vessel involved in anti-slave trade activities in the Indian Ocean, 1868.

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Slaves aboard a slave ship - 1800s
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the dark face of slavery photos / Indian Ocean East African slaves taken aboard HMS Daphne from a dhow, 1 November 1868 UK national

Children slaves on Indian ocean passage Slaves captured from the Congo aboard an Arab slave ship intercepted by the Royal Navy (Dutch HMS Daphne). Most European naval powers agreed to end the slave trade early in.

>>>>>Slaves aboard a slave ship - NO, these are not slaves. These are kidnapped Hebrew-Israelites aboard a ship during Trans-Altantic Slave Trade. The Hebrews were stolen from West Africa and scattered throughout four corners of the world.

Actual photograph of Slave Ship captives. Slavery, an ugly part of our past

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Equal Justice Initiative's report, "Lynching in America," documents the era of racial terror and its many consequences for our world today.
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Equal Justice Initiative's report, "Lynching in America," documents the era of racial terror and its many consequences for our world today.
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worlds-most-creative-statues-8: symbolic of ww2 - commemorating the Jews who perished.
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During WWII, Jews in Budapest were brought to the edge of the Danube, ordered to remove their shoes, and shot, falling into the water below. 60 pairs of iron shoes now line the river's bank. Was in Budapest and didn't see this!

25 Most Creative Statues From Around The World. The Shoes On The Danube Bank by Can Togay & Gyula Pauer

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Slaves, Plantation of James Joyner Smith, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862 taken by Timothy O'Sullivan in 1862, shows perhaps the largest group of enslaved African Americans ever to be photographed at one time. O'Sullivan was a pre-eminent Civil War photographer who visited this region of the South from about November 1861 to March 1862.
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Slaves, Plantation of James Joyner Smith, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862 taken by Timothy O'Sullivan in 1862, shows perhaps the largest group of enslaved African Americans ever to be photographed at one time. O'Sullivan was a pre-eminent Civil War photographer who visited this region of the South from about November 1861 to March 1862.

Slaves, Plantation of James Joyner Smith, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862     taken by Timothy O'Sullivan in 1862, shows perhaps the largest group of enslaved African Americans ever to be photographed at one time. O'Sullivan was a pre-eminent Civil War photographer who visited this region of the South from about November 1861 to March 1862.

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Slave Life — these were people being used as cheap labor, often overworked, mistreated, and underfed. Seen here is a slave family standing next to baskets of recently-picked cotton in the fields of a plantation near Savannah, Georgia in the

June 25, 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn and death of Lt.Colonel George Armstrong Custer. photo Custer Expedition, 1874 Bloody Knife (guide), General Custer, Private Noonen, and Colonel Ludlow, with grizzly killed by Custer, Custer Peak, SD

Pictured from left to right are Bloody Knife, George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan, and Captain William Ludlow posing after killing their first grizzly during the Black Hills Expedition of 1874

African slaves were very expensive Sterling). Irish slaves were cheap (no more than 5 Sterling) and most often were either kidnapped from Ireland, or forcibly removed. They could be worked to death, whipped or branded without it being a crime. Many ti

The Breeding of American Slaves: True Stories of American Slave Breeding and Slave Babies. The reproduction of slaves to increase the wealth of slaveholders by coerced sex, sexual relations between master and slave to produce slave children, and favoring female slaves who produced large number of children. The purpose of slave breeding was to produce new slaves without incurring the cost of purchase and after termination of the Atlantic slave trade. Slaves were viewed as subhuman chattel.

The Breeding of American Slaves: True Stories of American Slave Breeding and Slave Babies by Stephen Ashley This book is researched from the slave narratives that were collected in the as part.

One of the rare photographs of a slave ship in 1882.

One of the rare photographs of a slave ship in 1882.

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