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The Branded Hand of Captain Jonathan Walker sixth-plate by Southworth and Hawes, 1845. The inscription on the back of the case reads: "This Daguerreotype was taken by Southworth Aug. 1845 it is a copy of Captain Jonathan Walker's hand as branded by…
Court document from the case of Anthony Johnson verses John Casar in which Casar claimed he was an indentured servant while Johnson argued that Casar was his slave. The court decided in favor of Johnson.
Jonathan Walker in 1848 from an engraving in the book, Trial and imprisonment of Jonathan Walker: at Pensacola, Florida, for aiding slaves to escape from bondage published the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society in Boston
Engraving published as frontpiece of book "Trial and imprisonment of Jonathan Walker: at Pensacola, Florida, for aiding slaves to escape from bondage." Published Boston, at the Anti-Slavery Society Office, 25 Cornhill, 1848
Observations on the inslaving, importing and purchasing of Negroes with some advice thereon extracted form [sic] the Yearly Meeting epistle of London for the present year : also some remarks on the absolute necessity of self-denial, renouncing the world, and true charity for all such as sincerely desire to be our blessed Saviour's disciples.
Pamphlet by Anthony Benezet giving his opinions on the enslavement of African Americans. A letter to the London Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends
This red and black star has been used as a symbol of Quaker service since the late 19th century unofficially, and was officially adopted (with some changes) by the American Friends Service Committee  in 1917. Another variation on it is used by the…
This educational module explores the experiences of children during the Holocaust. Through a diverse selection of primary sources, this module tells…