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Photo taken in black Pernambuco - Photographer: Alberto Henschel

1870 by Henschel, famous South American portrait photographer. He produced images of everyone from the royal family to slaves and former slaves.

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Unidentified Afro-Brazilian Woman, Pernambuco, Photography by Alberto Henschel.

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Brazilian slave photographed by Alberto Henschel. Abolishing slavery in Brazil in the impacted Emperor Pedro's rule by alienating rich landowners.

See figure: 'Figure Black woman in Pernambuco. Alberto Henschel, ca. Used.' from publication 'Introduction/Introducción' on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.

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Aida Overton Walker, Edwardian actress and vaudevillian with her hair in a classic gibson girl style.

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A Compendium of Various Mediums Documenting the Exquisite Timelessness of Black Beauty, Class, and Strength.

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Algerian Girl, The pic looks so current

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Algerian woman, How can anyone have looked at a woman like this and thought she was an animal? She's beautiful! But in the she would have been enslaved. (Ignorant, meanpeo people do things like that)

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“But there weren't any black people back then!” When people of color are erased from images of historical eras, some folks have any number of excuses. These stunning Victorian photos blow those excuses away.
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Here is a rare photo collection of American-African young girls from to

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“But there weren't any black people back then!” When people of color are erased from images of historical eras, some folks have any number of excuses. These stunning Victorian photos blow those excuses away.

“But there weren't any black people back then!” When people of color are erased from images of historical eras, some folks have any number of excuses. These stunning Victorian photos blow those excuses away.

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