Execution following New York City slave uprising of 1741
8-track player. Notice awesome Skynyrd in the player.
Student body of Carlisle Indian School, 1885
Lynching of James B. Daniels, Helena, MT, March 2, 1866.
Part of vigilante movement that dominated Montana at that time. Daniels was convicted of manslaughter in a bar fight. He was convicted but pardoned by the territorial governor. They hanged him and stuffed the pardon in his pocket.
Main Gate, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico
Hoopskirt made of steel wire and webbing, Philadelphia, 1855.
African-American family arriving in Chicago during the Great Migration