Complete Presentation Index  ›  


»  St. John's Church


»  Dolley Madison House

»  Mrs. Madison's Slaves Again

»  Bill of Sale for Paul Jennings from Dolley Madison to Pollard Webb


»  Tayloe House


»  Rodgers House / Belasco Theater

»  Lillian Evanti (1890-1967)


»  Freedman's Savings & Trust

»  Freedman's Savings & Trust › Depositors

»  Freedman's Savings & Trust › Dividends

»  Freedman's Savings & Trust › Demolition

»  Frederick Douglass

»  Frederick Douglass › U.S. Marshal


»  Lafayette Square

»  Lafayette Square › Andrew Jackson Statue

»  Emancipation in the President's Neighborhood › 1850

»  Emancipation Day › Washington, D.C.

»  Emancipation Day › Celebration


»  The White House

»  Booker T. Washington's Dines with President Theodore Roosevelt

»  President Eisenhower's Meeting with Civil Rights Leaders [PDF]

»  Fisk Jubilee Singers Perform at the White House

»  Piano Prodigy Thomas "Blind Tom" Greene Bethune's Performance


»  712 Jackson Place


»  Ewell House


»  Decatur House

»  Decatur House Slave Quarters

»  Members of Gadsby's Enslaved Household


»  Daniel Webster's House

»  Paul Jennings' Letter to Daniel Webster


»  Charlotte Dupuy

»  Charlotte Dupuy's Sale to Henry Clay

»  Charlotte Dupuy's Petition for Freedom

»  Henry Clay's letter to Philip Fendall


»  Elizabeth Keckley


»  Civil Rights Era


»  Wormley Hotel


An 1859 painting by Eastman Johnson depicting urban slavery.

An 1859 painting by Eastman Johnson depicting urban slavery. Collection of the New-York Historical Society