Lithograph of Cheapside in Lexington, Kentucky
Slave Trade -- Kentucky -- Lexington
Lithograph of Cheapside, the largest slave market in the state of Kentucky until the slave trade was outlawed in 1864.
PA96M3, Hunt-Morgan House deposit photographs, Special Collections Research Center, University of Kentucky Librarie.
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(Unknown temporal coverage), Lexington, Kentucky