he Graphic. Jan.
"The East African Slave Trade." A British slave
cruising yachts ordered on special service to the coast of Zanzibar.
arper's Weekly. Jul. 14, 1866.
"View of the Residence of Mrs. John Van Lew,
on Church Hill, Richmond, VA. Elizabeth Van Lew was a staunch abolitionist and
heavily involved in espionage for the Union Army. Another sketch of a "Negro in stocks
– a scene in Florida".
arper's Weekly. Jul. 12, 1902.
"Down South". By F. Ray, Asheville, N.C.
rank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
Oct. 20, 1866. "Plowing in South
Carolina" from a sketch by Jas. E. Taylor.
116 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. April 25, 1868.
"The Ku Klux Klan at
work –The Assassination of the Hon. G. W. Ashburn, in Columbus, Georgia, on the 31St
upplement to Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Nov. 28, 1874.
Scott- photographed by Fitgibbon, of St. Louis". This portrait appeared in Vol. iv, June27, 1857, and illustrated the most celebrated slave case ever tried. The case was
concerning the freedom of a Negro who had gone to a free state and returned to a slave
state. It was carried to the Supreme Court, where Chief Justice Taney said the southern
belief was that a Negro had no rights which a white man was bound to respect.
rank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Nov. 12, 1869.
The Way in which Fred.
Douglass fights wise of Virginia. "I have always been more distinguished for running
than fighting." Fred. Douglass' letter to the Rochester Papers. The sketch is of Fred.
Douglass with trunk on shoulder running.
rank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Jan. 20, 1877.
"South Carolina-Members of the Republican Legislature securing lodgings in a second-class railroad cargoing to Columbia" Sketch by Harry Ogden.
120 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, Mar. 4, 1865.
against Charleston—Brilliant dash and capture of rebel rifle-pits and prisoners by the
U.S. Troops on James Island, S. C. Feb. 9 –" Drawn by W. T. Crane in color.
rank Leslie's..., Sept. 25, 1880.
"N. Y. City.-Incidents of the water-melon
trade in the metropolis." Sketched by Joseph Becker.
rank Leslie's ..., May 21, 1864.
"The Provost Guard in New Orleans taking up
vagrant Negroes". Sketched by V. H. Schell.
rank Leslie's .. ., Oct. 20, 1877. (In German).
Sketch of black men diggingand laboring in Charleston, S. C.
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