New York , NY
Am I Not A Man And A Brother
Photograph - Photograph
Color enhanced abolitionist illustration. The first and most identifiable image of the 18th century abolitionist movement was a kneeling African man. This illustration of a slave in shackles was published in 1835 as the heading of a broadside on which appeared John Greenleaf Whittier's poem, "My Countrymen in Chains!" This image was widely circulated in antislavery publications in America.
May 30th, 2013
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