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Cotton bale loaded on a boat in New Orleans, 1800s

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Cotton bale loaded on a boat in New Orleans, 1800s

Young African-American stevedore loading cotton onto a steamboat at New Orleans, 1800s.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Media ID 5878992

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African American Boat Cargo City Commerce Cotton Dock Labor Labour Louisiana Manual Mississippi River New Orleans Port Port City River Boat Roustabout Slave Slavery South Southern Steam Boat Stevedore Trade Transportation Water Front Wharf Work Worker


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