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Knitted hood -- pretty sure this is one of the "white slave" children from New Orleans.

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I can't help but notice how white this slave child look. Union Soldiers in the Civil War reported seeing slaves who were as white as they were, which contributed to the union army becoming ardently abolitionist during the war.

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Johann Bauer established a studio in Vienna in 1857

Woman with apron over a wool paletot-style bodice or jacket over an everyday/work dress or skirt. She is examining a fine shawl over the arm of what looks like a fur trader-type gentleman.

This shows a young lady with her skirt pinned up, exposing a work petticoat, in order to protect her dress. Coat with apron over it and man in winter/ rain gear

sacque top, striped skirt, apron, c 1857

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1857, Beautiful young lady in simple mourning outfit with lovely hair and snood, photo.
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Beautiful young lady in simple mourning outfit with lovely hair and snood, photo.

1857, Beautiful young lady in simple mourning outfit with lovely hair and snood, photo.

1857, Beautiful young lady in simple mourning outfit with lovely hair and snood, photo.
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some slaves, typically woman, because of their good behavior were able to move up their status and became nannies for the slave owner's children. usually this was a life time job.

My Sweet Black Momma, I love you Momma

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THE IRISH SLAVES: WHAT THEY WILL NEVER, EVER TELL YOU IN HISTORY CLASS OR ANYWHERE ELSE…
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White and Black Slaves in the Sugar Plantations of Barbados. None of the Irish victims ever made it back to their homeland to describe their ordeal. These are the lost slaves;

The Irish Slave Trade – The Forgotten “White” Slaves The Slaves That Time Forgot By John Martin Global Research, January 2013 ‘They came as slaves; vast human cargo transported on tall Br…

Irish indentured servants, ie slaves

irish-slaves (what they will never tell you in history class)

THE IRISH SLAVES: WHAT THEY WILL NEVER, EVER TELL YOU IN HISTORY CLASS OR ANYWHERE ELSE…

THE IRISH SLAVES: WHAT THEY WILL NEVER, EVER TELL YOU IN HISTORY CLASS OR ANYWHERE ELSE…
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CDV, 1860's, woman in hat with large feather, parasol, wide belt and buckle, and what looks a lot like the Biarritz Shawl from Godey's 1862.
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CDV, 1860's, woman in hat with large feather, parasol, wide belt and buckle, and what looks a lot like the Biarritz Shawl from Godey's 1862.

CDV, 1860's, woman in hat with large feather, parasol, wide belt and buckle, and what looks a lot like the Biarritz Shawl from Godey's 1862.

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In 1863 & 1864 eight former slaves toured the northern states to raise money for impoverished black schools in New Orleans.  Four of the children were of mixed race ancestry.

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Fundraiser organizers used lighter skinned mixed race slave children as part of an campaign to raise money for African American schools in the They believed that lighter skinned slaves would garner more sympathy, and in turn more money, for their cause.

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Woman in half mourning holding Photo Ambrotype Ninth Plate Size Taken circa 1859

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Rebecca, Augusta and Rosa. Slave children from New Orleans. After the Civil War photos of former slave children were used to raise money to help them.

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