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A Cotton Plantation on the Mississippi
Yale University Art Gallery
Peddlers or Hawkers, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1819-1820
Market Stall and Market Women, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1819-1820
Charles Landseer - View of Sugarloaf Mountain from the Silvestre Road
Sugar Cane Harvest, Antigua, West Indies, 1823
Digging Holes for Planting Sugar Cane, Antigua, West Indies, 1823
Plantation Settlement, Surinam, ca. 1860
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