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Plantation negro houses.

Plantation negro houses.

[View of a group of tourists, some African American.]

Utica Citizens' Corps, Camp Greenman, Saratoga Springs, 1869.

Utica Citizens' Corps, Camp Greenman, Saratoga Springs, 1869.

Negro Head.

Mule cart.

Negro quarters, Plantation, Fort George Island, Florida.

Log cabin. Florida.

Uncle Jack and his home.

Uncle Jack, or the Oldest inhabitant of St. Augustine, Florida.

Productions of St. Augustine, Florida.

[Picking cotton.]

Picking cotton.

Picking cotton.

15th Amendment, or the Darkey's millenium: 40 acres of land and a mule.

African-American longshore men and bales of cotton on the dock.

African-American longshore men and bales of cotton on the dock.

Log cabin.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venus hunting for Florida fleas.

[Four African-American boys.]

A Picturesque Southern home, Florida.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venue hunting for Florida fleas.

Negro Island.

Lake St., Negro procession celebrating "Emancipation proclamation."

Lake St., Negro procession celebrating "Emancipation proclamation."

Plantation Negro houses.

Plantation negro houses.

These are the sisters.

These are the sisters.

Brethern and sisters. - Florida.

Cracker teams.

Picking cotton.

15th Amendment, or the Darkey's millenium: 40 acres of land and a mule.

Uncle Bill's residence.

Uncle Bill's residence.

Uncle Bill's residence.

Productions of St. Augustine, Florida.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venue hunting for Florida fleas

Native cane grinders in sunny Florida.

Future rulers of Florida.

Future rulers of Florida.

'Love in a cottage.'

A happy father.

Uncle Jack, or the Oldest inhabitant of St. Augustine, Florida.

Uncle Jack and his home.

[View of a group of tourists, some African American.]

[Group of tourists, some African American.]

Mule cart.

Plantation Negro houses.

Negro Head near Purgatory.

Negro quarters, Plantation, Fort George Island, Florida.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George, Fla. [No. 13].

Colored group. Florida.

Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Uncle Tom's Cabin.

'Subject for reconstruction.'

'Subject for reconstruction.'

'Subject for reconstruction.'

Log cabin. Florida.

Uncle Jack and his home.

Waiting for your team at the cotton gin, Florida.

Negro boatmen at lunch.

Log cabin.

A cabin door on Sunday morning.

A cabin door on Sunday morning.

Uncle Bill's residence.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venus hunting for Florida fleas.

Future rulers of Florida.

Lake St., Negro procession celebrating "Emancipation proclamation."

Negro Island.

Picking cotton.

Productions of St. Augustine, Florida.

Fifteenth Amendment - a good specimen.

Ætna Spring.

Negro quarters, Plantation, Fort George Island.

Negro quarters, Plantation, Fort George Island, Florida.

Negro quarters, Plantation, Fort George Island, Florida.

A happy father.

Uncle Jack and his home.

Uncle Jack.

Plantation negro houses.

Picking cotton.

Picking cotton.

Picking cotton.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venue hunting for Florida fleas.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venue hunting for Florida fleas.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venue hunting for Florida fleas.

An Hour's search; or, Aunt Venue hunting for Florida fleas

Productions of St. Augustine, Florida.

Productions of St. Augustine, Florida.

[Picking cotton.]

Waiting for the photographer.

Waiting for the photographer.

Negro boatmen at lunch.

African-American longshore men and bales of cotton on the dock.

Log cabin.

Log cabin.

Cherubs.

Waiting for your team at the cotton gin, Florida.

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