Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Internal Slave Trade, U.S., ca. 1830

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-89701

An engraving, captioned "United States Slave Trade. 1830" which shows slaves in shackles, whites holding whips; capital dome in Washington, D.C. is in background. The Library of Congress notes for this illustration indicate it was an abolitionist print, "possibly engraved in 1830; more details on its origin are also given in the Prints and Photographs Online Catalog.


  1. Scared Ron:

    What happened man? You are no longer "Scared 4 America" since Jun 5 2010?

    Ghetto Gardens and Slavery Documentation is more your speed now?

    Come check us out on BR dude. :-)

  2. Hey, Cultural. It's good to hear from you, man. I've just been really busy. I don't know how you can keep this stuff-up. Time has not been my friend. We've been getting pelted with bad weather, so that gives me a bit more time.

    I'll check out BR soon, I certainly miss sparring with you, brother.


  3. Toussaint L’Ouverture is a prominent slave in the history of the slave trade. He rose up and fought the French oppressors. You can see a clip of his last moments in prison from the film “The Last Days of Toussaint L’Ouverture” – a short film –

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