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Slavery and the American Revolution

"Slavery and the American Revolution," a Podcast by Dr. Katherine Bankole-Medina. IMAGES/PHOTOGRAPHIC SOURCES: Katherine Bankole-Medina Collection; Historic Photographs ("Sons of Africa," "Distinguished Colored Men," "Potter Jackson," "Free Blacks in the North," "Tree of Liberty," the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; "Antique Pistol 7," ? Copyright Sundown,; "Bronze Cannon," ? Copyright Yali Shi,; "Fire Under a Kettle of Apple Butter," ? Copyright Christina Richards,; "Historic Gristmill," ? Copyright, Ken Cole, "Mature Cotton," ? Copyright, Softdreams,; "Peter Salem Gravestone,",'s%20gravestone_jpg.htm; "Private Property Plate," ? Copyright John Emmaneel,; "Tobacco's Leaves," ? Copyright, Rafal Zajczewski,; "Tobacco Leaves Drying" ? Copyright, Piotr Rydzkowski,; "Woodpile at Fort Stanwix," ? Copyright Debra Millet,; "Yellow Cobblestones," ? Copyright Murray Douglas,; "Black and White Portrait of African Women," ? Copyright Smandy,; "Stone African Head Closeup," ? Copyright, Marek Lambert, (c) Copyright 2011 Katherine Bankole-Medina, Fanny Jackson Coppin Digital History Institute and History Is A State Of Mind Productions. "You have in a common cause fought and triumphed together..." from George Washington's Farewell Address, September 27, 1796
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