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Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division

The Uncle Tom's Cabin Almanack, or, Abolitionist Memento. For 1853. (London: J. Cassell, 1852)

Going South

The domestic slave trade caused immense suffering to the African-American population. It separated families and took chained people on long journeys across the country to a life of misery on the cotton and sugar plantations of the Deep South.

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