Rare Vintage Photos of Slavery in Antebellum South Carolina From the 1850s/1860s


A collection of photographs of slaves taken throughout South Carolina, though mainly in and around Charleston, during the late 1850s and early 1860s. They were taken by photography firm Osborn and Durbec as well as another unidentified photographer.

Sources: Library of Congress, New York Public Library.

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