Digital Schomburg Images of 19th Century African Americans
Table of Contents
Politics
(17 Images)
  1. Anti-Slavery Meeting on the Boston Common.

  2. Expulsion of African American from railway car, Philadelphia.

  3. Washington D.C. - The New Aministration - African-American Citizens Paying their Respects to Marshall Frederick Douglass, in His Office at the City Hall.

  4. Philadelphia, Pa - The Centennial Exposition - The African-American Waiters at Mercer's 'Southern Restaurant' Swearing in for the Reform Presidential Candidates.

  5. New York - Official Investigation into the Alleged Outrage on Cadet Whittaker, of the Military Academy at West Point.

  6. Tennessee. - Men at the meeting of the Colored National Convention Held at Nashville, April 5th, 6th, and 7th, 1876.

  7. The Honorable John R. Lynch, Congressman from Mississippi.

  8. Portrait of Dr. Susan Maria Smith McKinney Steward.

  9. Rev. J. W. Washington praying at a public reception for President William H. Taft.

  10. Speaker at an outdoor political rally.

  11. Outside of the Galleries of the House of Representatives During the Passage of The Civil Rights Bill.

  12. Voter registration, scene at Asheville, North Carolina.

  13. 'The First Vote'.

  14. Electioneering in the South.

  15. Ebenezer D. Bassett, minister to Haiti.

  16. Chester, U.S. minister to Liberia

  17. John Smith, Minister to Liberia.


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