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HIS 250 | Historian's Craft | Slavery in PA & the Americas

Professor Michael Schroeder.

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Image source: Plan and sections of a slave ship.  Carl B. Wadstrom.  1794.  As shown on slaveryimages.org, compiled by Jeromy Handler and Michael Tuite and sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library.

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