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Description Image of an antislavery medallion of the late 18th century, from the British Museum (female version of classic early abolitionist "AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER?" graphic).
Date probable 19th century reproduction of 18th-century graphic; image was uploaded on "19:42, 28 March 2006" to en.wikipedia
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