Uncle Tom's Cabin
By: Amanda Wolfgram and Ryan Sklar
In Kentucky, a pro-slave state, even children are intimidated by and scared of "The Master" because of how society has portrayed the role of white male citizens.
Life in Philadelphia, No. 13
Practical Amalgamation (Musical Soiree)
"Saving His Master"
Torturing American Citizens
1843 Almanac Back Cover
Reflection by Amanda Wolfgram
B. Something that was surprising to me was how explicit and accurate the images of slave treatment were. Also, the fact of how far a slave was willing to go in order to gain their freedom was surprising, as seen in "Saving His Master."
Reflection by Ryan Sklar
B. In these images, i was surprised to see the extent that African Americans were willing to go to in order to obtain their freedom, specifically saving their master who tortured them for years. This showed how much freedom meant to the slaves. Also, i was shocked to see how in this time period, people truly believed that torturing other humans, slaves, wasn't cruel and that they could do it with no sympathy.