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32 images with subject African Americans--Women.

  • "Stella stared at the lifeless form" From The Traitor: A Story of the Fall of the Invisible Empire.


  • Frances E. W. Harper[Frontispiece Image] From Iola Leroy, or Shadows Uplifted.


  • [Vignette] From Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation. By Joel Chandler Harris. With Illustrations by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser.


  • The author and his mother arrested and carried back into slavery. From Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself.


  • "BLESS YOU, CHILE, IT WUZ DE TEEF I WANTED, NOT DE MAN!" From Dialect Tales.


  • CORN-SHUCKING SONG. From Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation. By Joel Chandler Harris. With Illustrations by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser.


  • "COULDN'T I SLEEP IN DE KITCHEN?" From Dialect Tales.


  • [Cover Image] From Dialect Tales.


  • "DE WELL!" SHRIEKED MOTHER POP. From Dialect Tales.


  • "DIS AIN'T NUTHIN' SHORT OF MURDER, IT AIN'T." From Dialect Tales.


  • "THIS IS THE WOMAN, AND I AM THE MAN" (page 24) [Frontispiece Image] From The Wife of His Youth and Other Stories of the Color Line.


  • "'GOOD-DAY,' HE SAID, TAKING OFF HIS HAT." From Dialect Tales.


  • HIERONYMUS'S CHARGE. From Dialect Tales.


  • "HONEY, YER AIN'T HARF AS SMART AS YER THINKS YER IS!" From Dialect Tales.


  • "IT WUZ ANNIKY'S TEEF." From Dialect Tales.


  • Lavinia R. Fulton From "Eagle Clippings" by Jack Thorne Newspaper Correspondent and Story Teller, A Collection of His Writings to Various Newspapers.


  • "LITTLE MAMMY." From Balcony Stories.


  • MADAME RAYMONDE-ARNAULT From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • "MY SOUL AN' BODY IS A-YEARNIN' FUR A HAN'SUM CHANY SET O' TEEF." From Dialect Tales.


  • OLD PLANTATION PLAY-SONG. From Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation. By Joel Chandler Harris. With Illustrations by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser.


  • [Henny] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • [Polishing the Parlor Floor] From Colonel Carter of Cartersville.


  • "THE QUIET, DIM-LIGHTED ROOM OF A CONVALESCENT." From Balcony Stories.


  • RESUSCITATING TIDDLEKENS. From Dialect Tales.


  • The slave-trader Walker and the author driving a gang of slaves to the southern market. From Narrative of William W. Brown, an American Slave. Written by Himself.


  • " 'Take dat f'um yo' equal--" From The Clansman: An Historical Romance of the Ku Klux Klan.


  • THE BAMBOULA From An Elephant's Track and Other Stories.


  • THE DEATH OF CLOTEL. Page 218. [Frontispiece Image] From Clotel; or, The President's Daughter: A Narrative of Slave Life in the United States. By William Wells Brown, A Fugitive Slave, Author of "Three Years in Europe." With a Sketch of the Author's Life.


  • THE ISRAELITE. From Life on the Mississippi.


  • "Now," continued the old she savage, "them's the severest dogs in this country." Page 151. [1st Title Page Image] From Some Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs, Late of the Tallapoosa Volunteers; Together with "Taking the Census," and Other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor with a Portrait from Life, and Other Illustrations, by Darley.


  • "WHAT'S DAT?" From Dialect Tales.


  • "'WHITE IS FOR BABIES'" From In Simpkinsville: Character Tales.