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The New York Public Library, Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Wallach Division

O. Pierre Havens

A Trade in Native-Born People

By the time the Atlantic slave trade was abolished in 1807, more than 80 percent of the enslaved population, like this family, was native-born. Although the illegal introduction of Africans continued until 1860, the immense majority of people displaced by the interregional trade were born in the United States.

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Image ID: DS_06792136
Title: [Family group sitting in front of a wooden shack.]
Source: Stereoscopic views of African Americans.
Location: Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs, Humanities and Social Sciences Library
Subjects: African American families
African Americans -- Florida
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