Image courtesy of the British Library. No known copyright restrictions apply | Licence: CC0 1.0
Image courtesy of the British Library. No known copyright restrictions apply | Licence: CC0 1.0

Slaves working on a plantation

1823

William Clark

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Title

Slaves working on a plantation

Date

1823

Artist

Description

Planting the sugar cane. Image taken from Ten Views in the Island of Antigua, in which are represented theprocess of sugar making, and the employment of the negroes.From drawings made by W. Clark, etc. (With descriptive letterpress). Originally published/produced in Thomas Clay: London, 1823.
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Location

Liberta, Antigua and Barbuda

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