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"Brasil, meu Brasil Brasileiro": Nossa História - BRASIL PÓS INDEPENDÊNCIA - A PRIMEIRA DÍVIDA BRASILEIRA.

"Brasil, meu Brasil Brasileiro": Nossa História - BRASIL PÓS INDEPENDÊNCIA - A PRIMEIRA DÍVIDA BRASILEIRA.

Smaller boats take captives to waiting ocean going vessels. Walvin's caption, "a slaver taking in negroes, 1844".

Smaller boats take captives to waiting ocean going vessels. Walvin's caption, "a slaver taking in negroes, 1844".

8 Disturbing Photos of Instruments of Torture Used on Black People  Cotton screw Moses Roper, a captured African who eventually escaped slavery in 1835, recounted the torture endured in punishment for running away in “Narrative of the Adventures and Escape of Moses Roper, from American Slavery.” A machine used for packing cotton used as an instrument of punishment. Roper had attempted yet another escape and among …

8 Disturbing Photos of Instruments of Torture Used on Black People Cotton screw Moses Roper, a captured African who eventually escaped slavery in 1835, recounted the torture endured in punishment for running away in “Narrative of the Adventures and Escape of Moses Roper, from American Slavery.” A machine used for packing cotton used as an instrument of punishment. Roper had attempted yet another escape and among …

In the early 1860s, photographs of children dubbed "white" slaves were circulated as part of a campaign to raise money for public schools for emancipated slaves.  In the photos the children--who included a black boy named Isaac White, and four other bi-racial children Charles Taylor, Rebecca Huger, Rosina Downs and Augusta Broujey--were adorned in their Sunday's best, wrapped in American flags with captions that told readers of how they were turned away from a PA hotel "on account of color."

PHOTOS: 'White' Slave Donation Campaigns Helped Raise Money For Black Schools In 1860

In the early 1860s, photographs of children dubbed "white" slaves were circulated as part of a campaign to raise money for public schools for emancipated slaves. In the photos the children--who included a black boy named Isaac White, and four other bi-racial children Charles Taylor, Rebecca Huger, Rosina Downs and Augusta Broujey--were adorned in their Sunday's best, wrapped in American flags with captions that told readers of how they were turned away from a PA hotel "on account of color."

Abolition of slavery by Princess Isabel [Gilberto Ferrez collection of photographs of nineteenth-century Brazil] , 1888, Marc Ferrez.

Abolition of slavery by Princess Isabel [Gilberto Ferrez collection of photographs of nineteenth-century Brazil] , 1888, Marc Ferrez.

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