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 Union Jack 1812
War of 1812


 Shell-Edged Pearlware Plates

Shell-Edged Pearlware Plates

 Runaway Slave Ad



Runaway Slave Ad,
Nova Scotia
 Gordon, American Slave
Gordon, American Slave, c.1863
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1848 Slavery abolished in the French colonies by decree
 
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 Blacking Bottle
Blacking Bottle
1800

Sickle
c.1820


 Sickle
1825

 Estate Inventory, Thomas Richardson

Estate Inventory of
Thomas Richardson
1829
1850
 Rose Fortune

Rose Fortune
1875
 Black Workers in Halifax

Black Workers
in Halifax, c.1878
1900
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