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Ben Carson incorrectly suggests African slaves were 'immigrants' to US | US news | The Guardian

Ben Carson incorrectly suggests African slaves were 'immigrants' to US

Pharma Chemical Corporation Bayonne New Jersey 1920s

Type of Source: Photograph date of Origin: During the many workers such as miners and fishermen went on strike because of huge pay cuts. They weren't happy because they're pay was being lowered but they were still forced to pay the same amount of tax.

“By the 18th century the marriage of sugar and slavery was complete. Every few years a new island – Puerto Rico, Trinidad – was colonized, cleared and planted. When the natives died, the planters replaced them with African Slaves.” Page. 86 – 87, Rich Cohen, “Sugar Love”. National Geographic August, 2013: 80 – 97. Print. Indy C.

“By the century the marriage of sugar and slavery was complete. Every few…

Ben Carson incorrectly suggests African slaves were 'immigrants' to US | US news | The Guardian

Ben Carson incorrectly suggests African slaves were 'immigrants' to US

Ben Carson incorrectly suggests African slaves were 'immigrants' to US | US news | The Guardian

Charles H. Andrews with Factory Workers, CA, 1920s

Charles H. Andrews with factory workers, CA,

women working in factories during ww2 | Denim-clad female workers leaving the factory during WWII

Free Photo: Riveter Women Welders on the Way to Their Job at the Todd Erie Basin Drydock

Date listed is too late for The Bartered Bride, but I love this sweet image. Apple Blossoms Louis Comfort Tiffany   Date: 1890s–1900s

Apple Blossoms - Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, New York City Date: Medium: Albumen silver print Classification: Photographs Credit Line: The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 1953 Accession Number:

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