Am I Not a Man and a Brother?
1787 Wedgwood medallion copied from the seal of the Anti-Slavery Society.
A Negro Hung Alive By the Ribs to a Gallows.
Engraving by William Blake.
The Little Black Boy.
Drawing by William Blake.
"South Sea Scheme" (1721), from
Engravings by Hogarth
Slaves on deck. Mary Evans Picture Library, England.
Examining a slave.
A slave mutiny on a ship.
A slave "necklace."
Slaves thrown overboard.
Portrait of John Locke (1632–1704), engraved by James Posselwhite (1798–1884), pub. by William Mackenzie (engraving) by Sir Godfrey Kneller (1646–1723).
Phyllis Wheatley. Engraving.
In this pro-slavery cartoon, the Christian piety of abolitionists is caricatured as hypocritical lust.
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The South Sea Company
The Middle Passage
Thoughts Upon the African Slave Trade
A New Account of . . . the Slave Trade
British Views of Liberty
The First and Second Treatises of Government
Commentaries on the Laws of England
On Being Brought from Africa to America
Of Public Spirit in Regard to Public Works
Slavery, a Poem
The Negro's Complaint
Journal of a Slave-Dealer
[A Petition of Liverpool to the House of Commons Regarding the Slave Trade]
Hester Piozzi, a letter to Penelope Pennington, June 19, 1802
The Little Black Boy