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Dred Scott in 1857, who lost Supreme Court case and was returned to slavery after residing in a free state.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Media ID 5878858

© North Wind Picture Archives

Abolitionist African American Anti Slavery Arrest Capture Civil Rights Free Black Fugitive Fugitive Slave L Aw Prisoner Protest Reformer Slave Slavery Social Reformer South Southern Supreme Court


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