This page out of Harpers Weekly shows many
different images. One can see a slave family, slaves being
beaten, a slave auction, and most importantly, the word "Emancipation"
along the top of the page. This word holds much significance
because for many slaves and their families, it meant freedom.
image depicts a slave owner beating a slave. One can also see a
female slave owner beating a slave.
is surrounded by many slaves and abolitionists. He helped
liberate slaves and was well liked by them.
A slave family
trying to escape from the chains of slavery.Harriet
Tubman and slaves who are trying to escape via the Underground
Slaves picking cotton in a field.
Female slaves bagging salt during
this is not a female slave, the wounds shown in the image could have
been inflicted upon anyone.
image shows a slave owner dangling a baby by the arm. One can see
the mother on her knees reaching out for the child. In the bottom
half of the image,
a female is being beaten by an owner. The family and child can be
seen standing by witnessing the whole event.
Image of the currency
that was used at one time. There is a slave mother and her child
directly in the center of the bill.
clipping that offers a reward for the capture of Harriet Jacobs.A copy of a letter written by Harriet
cover of Harriet Jacob's Book "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl".
MottMaria Weston ChapmanSarah Moore GrimkeLucy StoneHarriet TubmanMary Ann Shadd Cary