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Slavery Framed Print featuring the photograph Slave Ship Middle Passage Stowage Diagram 1788 by Daniel Hagerman
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6.88" x 8.00"

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2.00"

Frame Width:

0.88"

Overall:

12.38" x 13.50"

 

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Slave Ship Middle Passage Stowage Diagram 1788 Framed Print

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Slave Ship Middle Passage Stowage Diagram 1788 framed print by Daniel Hagerman.   Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

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Thanks so much! to the Charlotte, North Carolina buyer . . .

History is fascinating. It's interesting to know the passengers were considered stowage. Congratulations!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Constance

Wonderful! Congrats on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Terry

Thanks so much! to the Salinas, California buyer . . .

Thanks a bunch! to the Washington DC buyer . . .

Many thanks! to the Chicago buyer. . . .

Congratulations !

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks! Sunil.

Thanks so much, again! to the buyer in Virginia ...

Thanks so much! to the buyer in Virginia ........

Congrats on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Calazone.

Thanks so much! to the San Francisco buyer . . .

Congrats on your sale, Daniel!!! :)

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Pablo.

Congratulations !

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks! Sunil.

Thanks a bunch! to the Nova Scotia buyer . . .

Congrats!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Sonali.

Many thanks! to the Virginia buyer . . .

Thanks so much! to the California buyer . . .

Congratulations on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks! Pristine.

Many thanks! to the Chicago buyer . . .

Thanks to the buyer in New York!

Very nice!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Todd!

Thanks a bunch to the buyer in Minnesota!

Congrats on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks for stopping by, Debbie!!

This is very cool!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Jieming. Your comment is appreciated.

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Artist's Description

The Brookes Ship was a Slave Ship plying the Middle Passage over the Atlantic that delivered slaves to the New World. This document was commissioned in 1788 by a United Kingdom group called the Society for Effecting the Abolition of the Slave Trade. They thought if more people could see the horrific conditions of the trade, then there would be an outcry against it. It depicts a typical slave ship cargo arrangement and the cold, calculating inhumanity of it. Up close, it displays men, women, and children packed in side-by-side like sardines in a tin. It is clear by this document that Slave Companies and their ship masters objective was to maximize profit by packing in as many human cargo as possible. It is known that maximum occupancy was often exceeded. In fact, on this document they discuss that Africans were positioned and locked down SPOONWISE stowing one within the distended legs of the other. The print became a powerful, iconic image of the inhumanity of the slave trade. A c...

About Daniel Hagerman

Daniel Hagerman

VALUE! and Quality. Purposely kept my prices DOWN ... with exceptional quality. LOOK no further. COMPARE, then purchase. As a computer expert, I am proficient in most of the digital imaging software out there. As you browse offerings . . . keep in mind that there is a difference. I specialize in restoration of historical photos and maps. I also enjoy photography, producing digital art and some conventional art. I do very little social networking or marketing. I prefer to devote much of my free time to creating, researching and perfecting the works you see here. Your purchases have elevated my works into the public eye and I thank you. My wife is a Kyoto, Japan native, so I have photographed that area extensively and some of...

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