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Abolition Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 27 pictures in our Abolition collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Slave-ship hoisting sail, 1800s
Slave-ship hoisting sail, 1800s
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PSOC2A-00040
PSOC2A-00040
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Pro-slavery poster in Kansas, 1850s
Pro-slavery poster in Kansas, 1850s
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Celebrating the end of slavery in Washington DC, 1866
Celebrating the end of slavery in Washington DC, 1866
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Passage of the 13th Amendment ending slavery, 1865
Passage of the 13th Amendment ending slavery, 1865
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Mob burning abolitionist Elijah Lovejoys print-shop, Illinois, 1835
Mob burning abolitionist Elijah Lovejoys print-shop, Illinois, 1835
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PPRE2A-00010
PPRE2A-00010
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Freed slaves escaping after the Emancipation Proclamation
Freed slaves escaping after the Emancipation Proclamation
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Free Soil versus slavery conflict in Kansas, 1850s
Free Soil versus slavery conflict in Kansas, 1850s
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PPRE2A-00080
PPRE2A-00080
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EXPL2A-00312
EXPL2A-00312
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Blacks crushed by prejudice and violence after emancipation
Blacks crushed by prejudice and violence after emancipation
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Blacks crushed by prejudice and violence after emancipation Featured Image

Blacks crushed by prejudice and violence after emancipation

Immigrant, a southerner, and a businessman combine to declare the US to be "a white man's government," 1868.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century Thomas Nast cartoon

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1800s, 1860s, 1868, 19th Century, Abolition, American, Art, Ballot Box, Cartoon, Civil Rights, Discrimination, Emancipation, Former Slave, Free Black, Freed Slave, Freedman, Freedom, Government, Heritage, Historic, History, Illustration, Lawlessness, Mob, Mob Violence, Nast, North America, Political Cartoon, Prejudice, Reconstruction, Right To Vote, Riot, Rioter, South, Southern, Thomas Nast, Traditional, United States, Us A, Vintage, Violence, Voting

PLIT2A-00104
PLIT2A-00104
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Black voters in Richmond, Virginia, 1871
Black voters in Richmond, Virginia, 1871
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First black voters in Washington DC, 1867
First black voters in Washington DC, 1867
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Emancipated slaves fleeing to Union-held soil, 1863
Emancipated slaves fleeing to Union-held soil, 1863
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Emancipation Proclamation explained to former slaves in Louisiana
Emancipation Proclamation explained to former slaves in Louisiana
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Woman urging a slave to escape
Woman urging a slave to escape
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Former slaves meeting with federal officials in North Carolina, 1866
Former slaves meeting with federal officials in North Carolina, 1866
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PSOC2A-00011
PSOC2A-00011
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Voting rights cut away from a black Sampson, 1868
Voting rights cut away from a black Sampson, 1868
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Black citizens casting their first ballots, 1867
Black citizens casting their first ballots, 1867
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PSOC2A-00028
PSOC2A-00028
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Pro-slavery voters from Missouri entering Kansas Territory, 1850s
Pro-slavery voters from Missouri entering Kansas Territory, 1850s
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Emancipation Proclamation explained to former slaves in Louisiana Featured Image

Emancipation Proclamation explained to former slaves in Louisiana

US Army officer meeting with African-Americans in Louisiana after the Emancipation Proclamation, 1863.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

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1800s, 1860s, 1863, 19th Century, Abolition, American, Army, Art, Black Regiment, Black Soldier, Civil Rights, Civil War, Emancipation, Emancipation Proclamation, Former Slave, Free Black, Freed Slave, Freedman, Freedom, Heritage, Historic, History, Illustration, Louisiana, Meeting, Military, North America, Rights, Soldier, South, Southern, Traditional, Union Army, United States, Us A, Us Army, Vintage

Proslavery voters invading Kansas, 1850s
Proslavery voters invading Kansas, 1850s
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Antislavery documents burned in South Carolina, 1830s
Antislavery documents burned in South Carolina, 1830s
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PSOC2A-00035
PSOC2A-00035
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