End of Slavery



22 September 1862

Abraham Lincoln, 16th President USA (1809-1865) President 1860-1865, the year of his assassination by actor John Wilkes Booth.

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    Slaves crowded in the hull of a slave ship. Watercolour.

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    Slaves being whipped and punished. Etching.

    03-08-04/50

    "Am I not a man and a brother - a voice from Great Britain to America 1834." Bronze medal commemorating abolition of slavery; 19th century. See also 03-08-04/52.

    03-08-04/51

    "This is the Lord's doing: it is marvellous in our eyes. Psalm 118, V.23." Bronze medal commemorating abolition of slavery; 19th century. See also 03-08-04/51.

    03-08-04/52

    Page from "The Black Man's Lament", an anti-slavery poem by William Cowper (1731–1800). Torture of a slave and his appeal for clemency.

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    Page from "The Black Man's Lament", an anti-slavery poem by Amelia Alderson Opie (1769-1853). Slaves clearing away weeds on a sugar plantation and an exhausted slave being whipped.

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    Page from "The Black Man's Lament", an anti-slavery poem by Amelia Alderson Opie (1769-1853). Slaves holing the cane field while being overlooked by a supervisor.

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    Page from "The Black Man's Lament", an anti-slavery poem by Amelia Alderson Opie (1769-1853). Slaves boiling and cooling the sugar as well as filling and heading casks.

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    Slave cutting sugar cane. Etching; 1799.

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    Two men crushing tapioca to produce manioc. Etching; 1820.

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    The millyard - Grinding sugar cane in a windmill. From "Ten Views in the Island of Antigua", which depicts the process of sugar manufacture. Drawings by William Clark. Published by Thomas Clay; London, England; 1823. Shelfmark: 1786.c.9 Page Folio Number: plate V

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    Slaves planting and tilling land on a plantation. From "Ten Views in the Island of Antigua", which depicts the process of sugar manufacture. Drawings by William Clark. Published by Thomas Clay; London, England; 1823. Shelfmark: 1786.c.9 Page Folio Number: plate III

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    Slaves digging the cane-holes. From "Ten Views in the Island of Antigua", which depicts the process of sugar manufacture. Drawings by William Clark. Published by Thomas Clay; London, England; 1823. Shelfmark: 1786.c.9 Page Folio Number: plate II

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    Sugar-Hogsheads - Slaves loading barrels onto a boat. From "Ten Views in the Island of Antigua", which depicts the process of sugar manufacture. Drawings by William Clark. Published by Thomas Clay; London, England; 1823. Shelfmark: 1786.c.9 Page Folio Number: plate X

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    The boiling-house. From "Ten Views in the Island of Antigua", which depicts the process of sugar manufacture. Drawings by William Clark. Published by Thomas Clay; London, England; 1823. Shelfmark: 1786.c.9 Page Folio Number: plate VII

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    Curing-house and stills. From "Ten Views in the Island of Antigua", which depicts the process of sugar manufacture. Drawings by William Clark. Published by Thomas Clay; London, England; 1823. Shelfmark: 1786.c.9 Page Folio Number: plate VIII

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    Abraham Lincoln, 16th President USA (1809-1865) President 1860-1865, the year of his assassination by actor John Wilkes Booth.

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    Distinguished woman with her slave. (with a depiction of exotic fruits and plants from the region). From a series on ethnic groups from Ecuador. Oil on canvas; Quito, Ecuador, 1783.

    18-01-02/24

    The "House of the Slaves" on the Island of Goree, Senegal. From here, slaves were shipped to America. The exit below the double staircase leads to the landing pier.

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    Proclamation de la liberte des Noirs aux colonies,1848. Proclamation of the lfreedom of the black population in the colonies, 1848.

    26-03-09/38

    "Slave money", bronze fittings for Portuguese sailing vessels which were used to buy slaves. The large piece paid for a man-slave, the small ones for children. From Benin. H ofthe small pieces: 5,5 cm L of the large piece:30 cm

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    Joan Blaeu's "Atlas Major", published in Amsterdam in 1662, consists of 593 plates bound in nine to twelve volumes. Volume 12: America. Fishing in the province of of Pernambuco, Brazil.

    32-01-02/16

    William Booth (1829–1912) preaching against slavery, 1890. William Booth was the founder and 1st General (1878-1912) of The Salvation Army.

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    L'esclave mourant - Dying slave, for the tomb of Pope Julius II (Giuliano della Rovere 1443-1513) Marble, 1513-1516 H:228 cm MB 1589

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