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Fort Monroe envelope

Fort Monroe envelope 2

Runaway mother and child envelope

Runaway given santuary envelope

Runaway family envelope

Osman [graphic].

Twenty-eight fugitives escaping from the eastern shore of Maryland [graphic] / Schell del. ; Osler sc.

Living in a cave. [graphic] / E.B. sc.

The runaway [graphic].

The way they "catch" men in Pennsylvania [graphic].

[Aunt Judy's husband captured] [graphic].

A narrow escape. [graphic] / Foy sc.

The fugitives [graphic] / J.H. Goater del ; N. Orr Co. sc.

[K stands for kidnapper] [graphic].

[The freeman's defense] [graphic].

The runaway [graphic].

History of the slave, James [graphic].

What has the North to do with slavery? [graphic].

Extracts from recent correspondence in relation to fugitives from slavery in America..

[B stands for bloodhound] [graphic].

[F stands for fugitives] [graphic].

A typical negro [graphic] / McPherson and Oliver del.

The successful manhunt [graphic] / Baker-Smith sc.

Eliza crosses the Ohio on the floating ice [graphic] / G. Cruikshank ; W.T. Green sc.

Desperate conflict in a barn [graphic].

The mother's struggle [graphic].

Scipio hunted, "As men hunt a deer!" [graphic] / G.S ; M. Jackson.

Shooting scene [graphic].

Scenes in the city prison of New York [graphic].

John Bull's monarchy a refuge from Brother Jonathan's slavery. [graphic].

[Thomas Cooper] [graphic].

[Thomas Cooper] [graphic] / G.L. Brown sc.

A bold stroke for freedom [graphic] / C.H. Reed.

The Christiana tragedy [graphic].

Running away [graphic] / Van Ingen - Snyder

The bloodhound business [graphic].

The runaway slaves, Anthony Burns and Thomas Sims [graphic].

The fugitive slave law in operation [graphic] / A. Bobbett sc.

The fugitive's song [graphic] / designed by E.W. Bouvé.

[Punishments for deserters] [graphic].

The mode of training blood hounds in St. Domingo and of exercising them by Chasseurs [graphic] / M. Rainsford del. ; J. Barlow sculpt.

Happy contraband [graphic].

[Sampson, a West Indian slave] [graphic].

Ellen Craft, the fugitive slave. [graphic] / Hale's Dagotype.; J. Andrews & S. A. Schoff, sc.

[Headquarters Lafayette - Headquarters Gen'l Porter. Farinholt's house and York River in the distance.]

[Benjamin F. Butler]

Official first day of issue. Honoring Harriet Tubman, 1821-1913. Abolitionist. Nurse. Escapded slave. Black Heritage USA Series. [graphic]



Brady's Album Gallery.