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Student Resources in Context ,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ2210015559/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=25541527.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017 This engraving shows a member of the Sanitary Commission

riding a horse to the aid of a Union soldier during the Civil War. Even though the

organization was a government organization, it was not paid for by taxpayers, but by

individual women.


Douglass Edited the First Negro Paper, the North Star. The African-American Experience,


Primary Source Media, 1999. American Journey. Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ2210006848/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=a14c3ff0.

Accessed 1 Feb. 2017. This is a painting of Frederick Douglass by Jacob Lawrence as

part of his Federal Art Project in between 1938 and 1939. The painting depicts Douglass

editing the North Star, his newspaper which discussed many different topics, especially

antislavery.


The Extra Mile Monument Unveiling. UPI Photo Collection, 2005. Student Resources in

Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/VAYGBU290893710/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=bfedb98c.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017. This is an image of a medallion of Frederick Douglass on the

Extra Mile, a one will walk covered with bronze medallions honoring Americans that

gave their life to helping others. This medallion was unveiled October 14, 2005.

Frederick Douglass. Gale Student Resources in Context, Gale, 2016. Student Resources in

Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/MOKVRY041804484/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=48645002

. Accessed 4 Feb. 2017. This is an undated engraving of Frederick Douglass in the

District Marshalls Office in Washington D.C.

The Frederick Douglass National Historic Site In Washington. UPI Photo Collection, 2010.

Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/CT4099921673/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=cf393bcc.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017. This is a photograph of the Frederick Douglass National Historic

Site in Washington D.C., which is the former home of Douglass. Tours are offered often

so people can see where he once lived.

Negro Troops in the Civil War. The African-American Experience, Primary Source Media,

1999. American Journey. Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ2210007105/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=18e6579a.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017 This is an image of African American soldiers during the Civil

War after Congress passed the Militia Act of 1862, which finally allowed African

Americans to enroll in the army.

A number of womens associations cropped up during the Progressive Era. They included the

Womens... Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History, edited by Thomas Riggs, 2nd

ed., vol. 2, Gale, 2015. Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/PC3611087323/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=b5663611.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017. This is a photograph of the Womens Christian Temperance


Movement protesting for prohibition (the ban of alcohol) as they believed that alcohol

tore families apart.

A Portrait of Frederick Douglass. The African-American Experience, Primary Source Media,

1999. American Journey. Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ2210006782/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=e3fa3a43.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017. This photograph of Frederick Douglass was taken around 1870.

Reconstruction. The Untold Story of Reconstruction, New Criterion,

www.newcriterion.com/articles.cfm/The-untold-story-of-Reconstruction-8206. Accessed

2 Feb. 2017. This image shows a military man stopping violence between a group of

White men and Black men. An American flag is seen in the distance. This image

demonstrates the racial tension that America experienced during Reconstruction.

Reconstruction Political Leaders. American History, ABC-CLIO, 2017,

americanhistory.abc-clio.com/Search/Display/291014. Accessed 4 Feb. 2017. This is a

montage from 1881 that depicts many of the most influential African Americans of the

time, including Frederick Douglass, who is shown in the center.

The Separation of the Mother and Child. The African-American Experience, Primary Source

Media, 1999. American Journey. Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/EJ2210006924/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=6f124cff.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017. This image is an engraving by the English artist George

Cruikshank, which shows the emotional scene of a child and mother being separated

forcefully. The mother is being led away by her new owner. This engraving demonstrates

the horrific crime of slavery.


Slavery. Christian Abolitionist Movement, Children in History,

histclo.com/act/work/slave/abol/abolc.html. Accessed 2 Feb. 2017. This image shows the

horrors of slavery as there are many African American men, women, and children in

chains. The American Flag and a ship can be seen in the distance, and White men are

holding whips, which were often used to punish slaves.

The Statue Of Frederick Douglass Is Unveiled In Washington. UPI Photo Collection, 2013.

Student Resources in Context,

link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/CT4099973172/SUIC?u=marr26552&xid=597adaca.

Accessed 3 Feb. 2017. This is an image of the statue of Frederick Douglass in the

Emancipation Hall of the United States Capital Visitor Center in Washington D.C. The

statue was unveiled on June 19, 2013.