Clothing of African Slave, Lima, Peru, 1805
A hand colored engraving, captioned Bozal, or Raw-negro, residing in the district of Lima. A bozal was a slave exported directly from Africa to Peru.
Joseph Skinner, The present state of Peru . . . drawn from original and authentic documents (London, 1805), Plate 16, following p. 302. (Copy in the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University)
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