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19th-century American Women: Everyday life in 19th century America - Women in Gardens

(American) Gathering Lilies Eastman Johnson 1865 Height: cm in.) Private collection Image via the Athenaeum

Thomas Prichard Rossiter 1818 - 1871

Thomas Prichard Rossiter (American artist, 1818 – Picnic above the Hudson

Amazon in Black and Young Amazon in White by Alfred de Dreux

Amazon in Black and Young Amazon in White by Alfred de Dreux

“Awaiting his Return (British) Haynes King - 1865 Painting - oil on canvas Height: 30.48 cm (12 in.), Width: 24.77 cm (9.75 in.) Private collection”

“Awaiting his Return (British) Haynes King - 1865 Painting - oil on canvas Height: 30.48 cm (12 in.), Width: 24.77 cm (9.75 in.) Private collection”

Albert Post

Portrait of Albert Post.

Faed, Thomas (1826-1900) - 1863 The Reaper (Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums, Scotland) | by RasMarley

Faed, Thomas - 1863 The Reaper (Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums, Scotland)

Eastman Johnson

Eastman Johnson

The wooden pail. Scanlan, Robert Richard, artist. 1849  Notes: This plate appears facing p. [95] in Christmas blossoms, Philadelphia, 1849.

The wooden pail. 1849 Notes: This plate appears facing p. in Christmas blossoms, Philadelphia,

, Bonnet, Hat, Painting, Medium, Portrait, Woman; Giuseppe Abbati (1836-68); Portrait of a woman, 1865-1866

, Bonnet, Hat, Painting, Medium, Portrait, Woman; Giuseppe Abbati (1836-68); Portrait of a woman, 1865-1866

George Washington struggled with slavery. At the end of this life Washington made the bold step to free his slaves in his 1799 will - the only slave-holding Founding Father to do so.

The George Washington Digital Encyclopedia is the place to learn more about George Washington and the wide range of subjects related to his world and the colonial era.

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