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Noord-Hollands Archief :: Hoezo, Haarlem & slavernij?

Noord-Hollands Archief :: Hoezo, Haarlem & slavernij?

James William Evans (1814-1883), his wife Mary Eliza Hoggard, and their children William, John and Mary Evans. Mary Eliza Hoggard was a descendant of the free African American Cobb and Bazemore families of Bertie County, North Carolina. James William Evans was from Dorchester County, Maryland. http://mulattodebate.forumchitchat.com/post?id=3250308 http://mulattodiaries.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/black-mother-white-children/

James William Evans (1814-1883), his wife Mary Eliza Hoggard, and their children William, John and Mary Evans. Mary Eliza Hoggard was a descendant of the free African American Cobb and Bazemore families of Bertie County, North Carolina. James William Evans was from Dorchester County, Maryland. http://mulattodebate.forumchitchat.com/post?id=3250308 http://mulattodiaries.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/black-mother-white-children/

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+  Carte de visite by Morse of Huntsville, Ala., and Nashville, Tenn. A slave or freedwoman sitting with her hands folded.  This is a wonderful photograph.

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Carte de visite by Morse of Huntsville, Ala., and Nashville, Tenn. A slave or freedwoman sitting with her hands folded. This is a wonderful photograph.

ca. 1860’s, [carte de visite portrait of Union solider in uniform] via Cowan’s Auctions

ca. 1860’s, [carte de visite portrait of Union solider in uniform] via Cowan’s Auctions

First Interracial Marriage: Frederick Douglass & Helen Pitts ~ Married in 1884

First Interracial Marriage: Frederick Douglass & Helen Pitts ~ Married in 1884

Annie Green -- a pickpocket who always chose her victims froml white men in the Barbary Coast -- the police never could get anyone to prosecute her as they would not admit having anything to do with a black woman.

Annie Green -- a pickpocket who always chose her victims froml white men in the Barbary Coast -- the police never could get anyone to prosecute her as they would not admit having anything to do with a black woman.

Agostino Brunias - Free Women Of Dominica

Agostino Brunias - Free Women Of Dominica

Mrs Eleanor Xiniwe (née Ndwanya) of the African Choir, 1891. Photographed by London Stereoscopic Company studios. Between 1891-1893 a group of young Africans singers toured Britain and North American...

Mrs Eleanor Xiniwe (née Ndwanya) of the African Choir, 1891. Photographed by London Stereoscopic Company studios. Between 1891-1893 a group of young Africans singers toured Britain and North American...

women sitting in chairs on a porch, one woman holding her baby while her hair is getting done, Earle, Arkansas, July 1936.

women sitting in chairs on a porch, one woman holding her baby while her hair is getting done, Earle, Arkansas, July 1936.

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