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Life-size statue of William Seward and Harriet Tubman standing on Mohawk Valley ordovician dolostone inside a garden bed. Seward stands with a cane in his right hand and his left arm around the back of Tubman. He wears nineteenth-century clothing…

Print shows freedom seekers arriving at the gate to Fortress Monroe, Virginia, looking for protection of the Union army at the outbreak of the Civil War.

Truths that Rise from the Roots Remembered includes a group of three stylized bronze trees whose surfaces are etched with historical information and photographs about the African American community in Alexandria; a commemorative grave mound sculpture…

An aeriel photograph of the Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery in Alexandria, Virginia, after The City of Alexandria removed the gas station and office building from the cite in 2007.

The photograph depicts the Soldiers' Cemetery, founded in 1862 it might be one of the first Civil War cemeteries.

The Photograph depicts a group of freedmen and women standing in front of barracks.

Photograph from the main eastern theater of the war, Bull Run, 2nd Battle of, Va., 1862, July-August 1862.

"A broadside condemning the sale and keeping of slaves in the District of Columbia. The work was issued during the 1835-36 petition campaign, waged by moderate abolitionists led by Theodore Dwight Weld and buttressed by Quaker organizations, to have…

The photograph depicts a Union army guard and other men in front of a building, whose painted signage reads "Price, Birch & Co., dealers in slaves." The building stands at 1315 Duke St., Alexandria, VA. The premises were previously owned by the…

The photograph shows the north side of the slave quarters. Address: 1315 Duke St., Alexandria, Virginia.
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