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John E. Seabrook's Wharf. Century plant. Drying cotton. [Image]
Photographs of the War of the Rebellion.
Moore, Henry P.
New-York Historical Society
Cotton drying on ground, tended by an African American man and woman; large plant at edge of wharf, which juts out into water, many men lounge on it.
Agaves--PhotographsSlaves--United States--PhotographsAfrican American men--PhotographsSea Island cotton--PhotographsWharves--PhotographsAfrican American women--Photographs
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From 'U. S. Navy. Edisto Island. Morris and Folly Islands. Fort Warren, Mass. Andersonville Prison, Miscellaneous.' photographic album, p 62 (Edisto Island).