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0008501
CARTOON: JOIN OR DIE, 1754.
First American political cartoon, originally published by Benjamin Franklin in his Pennsylvania Gazette. Cartoon, 1754.
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0008900
STAMP AGENT: TAR & FEATHER.
Tory stamp agents tarred and feathered and carried in a cart during an anti-Stamp Act demonstration in 1765: colored engraving from John Trumbull's M'Fingal, 1795.
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0621688
JAPANESE INTERNMENT, 1942.
Japanese Americans on a train in Portland, Oregon, on the way for an internment camp during World War II. Photograph, 1942.
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0622353
GEORGIA: BAND, c1900.
African American members in a band, posed in front of a building in Georgia. Photograph, c1900.
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0622354
GEORGIA: HOME, c1900.
Home of an African American lawyer and his family in Atlanta, Georgia. Photograph by Thomas E. Askew, c1900.
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0622360
WOMEN'S LEAGUE, c1899.
Five African American officers of the Women's League in Newport, Rhode Island. Photograph, c1899.
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0621166
NICARAGUA: DEMONSTRATION, 1983. Sandinistan soldiers march through the streets of Managua, demosntrating against the US-supported Contras. Photograph, 20 May 1983. Full Credit: ullstein bild - ADN-Bildarchiv / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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0235975
GEOGRAPHY.
USA, New York, Trinity Church Cemetery at Broadway and Wall Street, woman feeding the doves, date unknown, around 1938, photo by Natori.
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0008773
NEW YORK: LYNCHING, 1863.
Hanging and burning a black man in Clarkson Street during the New York City Draft Riots of 13-16 July 1863. Contemporary color engraving.
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0037772
KANSAS: BLACK EMIGRANTS.
Black migrants to Kansas in 1879 fleeing the South and an outbreak of yellow fever. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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0622361
SISTERS OF THE HOLY FAMILY.
The Sisters of the Holy Family, New Orleans, Louisiana. Photograph, c1899.
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0622417
GEORGIA: CHILDREN, c1900.
Two African-American children sitting on the porch of a house in Georgia. Photograph, c1900.
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0622419
BASEBALL TEAM, c1900.
African American baseball players from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia. Photograph, c1900.
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0622420
WOMEN'S LEAGUE, c1899.
Executive Board of the Women's League in Newport, Rhode Island. Photograph, c1899.
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0112058
CARTER AND GERALD FORD.
Former President Gerald Ford, right, meeting with President Jimmy Carter at the White House, Washington, D.C., 24 March 1977.
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0151105
LINO VENTURA.
Lino Ventura and his wife Odette Lecomte in Bobino for GeorgesBrassens' concert. in the background is Guy Beart october 16, 1969. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0060026
EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS.
Immigrants at Ellis Island. Oil over a photograph, c1900.
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0093525
BATTLE OF BRANDYWINE, 1777.
Continental Army troops rallied at the Battle of Brandywine, Pennsylvania, during the American Revolutionary War, 11 September 1777. Wood engraving, 19th century, after Felix O.C. Darley.
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0622421
WOMAN, c1899.
Portrait of an African American woman from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0622422
WOMAN, c1899.
Portrait of an African American woman from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0622423
WOMEN, c1899.
Portrait of two African American women from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0622424
WOMAN, c1899.
Portrait of an African American woman from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0164446
ANIA CARMEL.
Writer 1994. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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0165212
SUSAN POWER (1961-).
Writer Strasbourg France 1994. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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0069917
BURLINGTON ZEPHYR, 1940.
Awaiting the arrival of the Burlington Zephyr in East Dubuque, Illinois: oil over a photograph, 1940, by John Vachon.
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0057730
FORT MOULTRIE BATTLE, 1776.
The guns of Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, South Carolina, repelling a British squadron on 28 June 1776. Wood engraving, American, 1844.
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0622425
MAN, c1899.
Portrait of an African American man from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0622426
WOMAN, c1899.
Portrait of an African American woman from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0622427
GIRL, c1899.
Portrait of an African American girl from Georgia with an illustrated book. Photograph, c1899.
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0622428
GIRL, c1899.
Portrait of an African American girl from Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0007072
AMERIGO VESPUCCI (1454-1512).
Detail from map of the world and account of Vespucci's voyage, 1507, by Martin Waldseemuller, who suggested that the New World be named "America.
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0076965
CIVIL WAR: DRAFT RIOTS.
An unruly mob during the New York City Draft Riots of July 13-16, 1863: contemporary wood engraving.
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0622429
GEOGIA: CHURCH, c1899.
African American standing outside of a church in Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0622431
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY.
Academic class of Roger Williams University in Nashville, Tennessee. Photograph, c1899.
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0622432
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY.
Ministers' class at Roger Williams University in Nashville, Tennessee. Photograph, c1899.
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0622433
HAINES INSTITUTE, c1899.
Cadets at the Haines Normal and Industrial Institute in Augusta, Georgia. Photograph, c1899.
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0362750
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Transamerica Pyramid (1969-1972) and Columbus Tower (1907), San Francisco, California, United States. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0417838
ARCHAEOLOGY.
Long House, Mesa Verde National Park (Unesco World Heritage List, 1978), Colorado, United States. Anasazi Civilisation. Full credit: De Agostini / L. Romano / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0007001
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD, 1850.
The escape of Henry Brown from Richmond to Philadelphia via Adams' Express, in a box labelled 'This side up with care'; Frederick Douglass is second from left. Lithograph, 1850.
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0008076
IRISH IMMIGRANTS
leaving their home for America; paying the passage at Cork: wood engraving, 1851.
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