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File:The Slave Trade by Auguste Francois Biard.jpg


English: The Slave Trade.
Date 1840
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 162.5 × 228.6 cm (64 × 90 in)
Wilberforce House Museum, Hull
Accession number mk63
English: Original uploader was MamaGeek at en.wikipedia.
This is a photograph of the painting "The Slave Trade" by Auguste-Francois Biard, 1840. As of June 2007 it hangs at the entrance to the "From Slavery to Freedom" exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Centre in Cincinnati, Ohio. Photo taken by Joy Schoenberger, June 2007.
Source/Photographer Originally from en.wikipedia; description page is/was here.


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