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SLAVE MARCH, 1835.
'The Domestic Slave-Trade.' A band of slaves marched into town for sale. Engraving from an American abolitionist publication, 1835.
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0009009
PURITANS: PUNISHMENT, 1670s.
Quakers being whipped in Puritan Boston in the 1670s. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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SLAVERY: PUNISHMENT.
'The Lash.' A bound African American slave being whipped by a white overseer. Color lithograph by Henry Louis Stephens, c1863.
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SLAVERY: PLANTATION, 1834.
'A Slave Plantation.' Woodcut from George Bourne's 'Picture of Slavery,' Connecticut, 1834.
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SLAVERY: WHIPPING.
'Whipping of Old Barney.' Engraving from 'Life and Times of Frederick Douglass' by Frederick Douglass, 1881.
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WHIPPING, 1817.
'Barbarity committed on a free African, who was found on the ensuing morning, on the side of the road, dead!' Wood engraving, American, 1817.
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0073146
PRINCE OTTO von BISMARCK
(1815-1898). Prince Otto von Bismarck-Schonhausen. Prussian statesman. Caricature of Bismarck's parliamentary work in the North German Confederation. Published in the Viennese magazine "Figaro" on 5 March 1870.
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PEOPLE.
German Empire, Gemany, Berlin: girls playing in the street, whipping a top - Photographer: Herbert Hoffmann - Published in: B.Z. 09.04.1940 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0041125
SURINAM: PUNISHMENT, 1796.
Flagellation of a female lamboe slave. Line engraving by William Blake from the 'Narrative of an expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Surinam' by J.G. Stedman, published in 1796.
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SPANISH CRUELTY, 1600.
A Spaniard flogging native Indians for failing to attend church. Illustration by Samuel de Champlain for his Voyage to the West Indies and Mexico, c1600.
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ANTI-AMERICAN CARTOON, 1848.
'Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.' English cartoon by John Leech from 'Punch,' 1848, satirizing the hypocrisy of pro-slavery Americans.
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SLAVERY, 1861.
'Views of Slavery.' Lithograph, c1861.
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COLONIAL FLOGGING, c1633.
The flogging of Adam Roelandsen, the first schoolmaster at Fort Amsterdam (later New Amsterdam), c1633. Line engraving, American, 19th century.
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SLAVERY: PUNISHMENT, 1849.
A plantation overseer whipping slaves. Wood engraving from the 'Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb, an American Slave,' 1849.
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PROSTITUTES, 1930s-40s.
Sadomasochistic scene of two prostitutes. Photograph, 1930s-1940s. Full credit: Bourgeron - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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SAINT DOMINGUE: SLAVERY.
An open air slave market in Saint Domingue (Haiti). Engraving, 19th century.
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SLAVERY: SUGAR PLANTATION.
'Slaves Working on a Plantation.' Slaves cutting cane on a sugar plantation in the American South.
Engraving, c1850.
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0040916
PUBLIC WHIPPING, 1868.
The public whipping post and pillory at New Castle, Delaware, 1868, one of the last states to continue the practice of public punishment. Contemporary American wood engraving after a drawing by Earl Shinn.
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SLAVE AUCTION, 19th CENTURY.
'Sold to go south.' Wood engraving, mid-19th century.
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0076829
FLOGGING, 1878.
The Turkish bastinado. Wood engraving, 1878.
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PURITANS AND QUAKERS, 1677.
Quakers being whipped in Puritan Boston, Massachusetts, in the 1670s. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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CONNECTICUT: NEWGATE PRISON.
Built over the vaults of a late 17th century copper mine, the first State Prison in America. Line engraving, American, c1800.
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SLAVERY: SEPARATION, 1804.
'The husband and wife, after being sold to different purchasers, violently separated...never to see each other more.' Engraving from an abolitionist tract, 'Oppression of the Exiled Sons of Africa,' 1804.
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SLAVE AUCTION, 1864.
'Sold to go south.' Separation of a slave family in the American South. Engraving, 1864.
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AD: BAKING, c1880.
Advertisement for Patapsco baking powder - the boy being beaten represents rival brand Crown baking powder. Lithograph, c1880.
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LAST WHIPPING POST.
The last whipping post in Massachusetts, which stood in the Charlestown prison. Wood engraving after a photograph, 1874.
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PUBLIC FLOGGING, 1910.
A public flogging at a whipping post in Delaware. Photograph, c1910.
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FONTAINE: LES LUNETTES.
Nuns whip a man caught spying on them with binoculars in a scene from a story by Jean de la Fontaine (1621-1695). Painting, 1743, by Nicolas Lancret.
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SLAVE AUCTION, 1849.
A slave auction in the American South. Engraving from the 'Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Henry Bibb, An American Slave,' 1849.
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JESUS: SCOURGING.
The scourging of Jesus by the order of Pontius Pilate (John 19:1). Wood engraving after Gustave Doré.
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SLAVERY: SUGAR PLANTATION.
Wood engraving, 19th century.
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FLOGGING, 18th CENTURY.
'Military Punishment Scene.' Line engraving, English, late 18th century.
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FLOGGING, 19th CENTURY.
The knout in Russia. Wood engraving, mid-19th century.
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SLAVERY: WEST INDIES.
'Punishing Slaves in Cuba.' Line engraving from an American newspaper of 1868.
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FINE ART.
Inset depicting the flogging of Jesus, panel from the Armadio degli Argenti (Silver Chest) with the life of Jesus, 1451-1453, by Giovanni da Fiesole known as Fra Angelico (1400-ca 1455), tempera on wood. Full Credit: DEA / G. NIMATALLAH / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Flagellation of Christ, scene from Stories of the New Testament, 1350-1380, by Barna da Siena (active in the mid-14th century, died 1381), fresco, Collegiate Church of St Mary of the Assumption, San Gimignano (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1990), Tuscany. Detail. Italy, 14th century. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Nimatallah / The Granger
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WASHINGTON: SLAVERY, c1820.
A slave coffle passing the unfinished Capitol in Washington, D.C. Engraving, c1820.
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ENGLISH SCHOOL, 1577.
A late 16th century English grammar school; note the birching of a boy at the left. Woodcut from Holinshead's "Chronicle," 1577.
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JESUS AT THE COLUMN.
'Christ at the Column.' Oil on wood, Donato Bramante, c1490.
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ABOLITIONIST CARTOON, 1840.
'Our Peculiar Domestic Institutions.' The South depicted as a society of vice, violence and cruelty in the abolitionist 'Anti-Slavery Almanac.' Wood engraving, 1840.
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