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1. view image Selling Sweet Potatoes in Charleston.
vol. 38, no. 1072, p. 94. February 2, 1861 - Article - (7 paragraphs)
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2. view image Dealers Inspecting a Negro at a Slave Auction in Virginia.—From a Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1075, pp. 138-40. February 16, 1861 - Article - (23 paragraphs)
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3. view image A Slave Auction in Virginia.—From Sketch by our Special Artist.
vol. 38, no. 1075, pp. 138-40. February 16, 1861 - Article - (23 paragraphs)
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4. view image John Anderson, the Fugitive Slave in Canada.
vol. 38, no. 1078, p. 223. March 9, 1861 - Article - (7 paragraphs)
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5. view image The Dandy Slave: a Scene in Baltimore, Maryland. [p. 307]
vol. 38, no. 1082, p. 307. April 6, 1861 - Article - (3 paragraphs)
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6. view image Slaves for Sale: a Scene in New Orleans.
vol. 38, no. 1082, p. 307. April 6, 1861 - Article - (3 paragraphs)
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7. view image The Civil War in America: "Contraband of War."—From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol. 39, 1100, p. 83. July 27, 1861 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)
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8. view image The War in America: Negroes at Work on the Fortifications at Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.; The War in America: Attack by Federal Gun-boats on Fort M'Allister, Ogeechee River, Near Savannah.--From a Sketch by Our Special Artist.
vol.42, no.1199, p. 433. April 18, 1863 - Illustration - (1 paragraph)

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