Washing Clothes

Description

This scene depicts fifteen women of various ages, in various positions in the river, washing clothes in Santo Domingo. Samuel Hazard (1834-1876) was an American publisher and bookseller from Pennsylvania, who collected engravings and prints. After joining the union army, he rose through the ranks as brevet major until he resigned on surgeon's certificate of disability in 1865. After, he traveled to Cuba and Santo Domingo as a correspondent of the Philadelphia Press during protracted conflict related to the decolonization of the Spanish Caribbean.

Source

Samuel Hazard, Santo Domingo, past and present, with a glance at Hayti (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1873), p. 184.

Creator

Hazard, Samuel

Language

English

Rights

Image is in the public domain. Metadata is available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International.

Identifier

Hazard2

Spatial Coverage

Caribbean--Santo Domingo

Citation

"Washing Clothes", Slavery Images: A Visual Record of the African Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Early African Diaspora, accessed January 23, 2021, http://slaveryimages.org/s/slaveryimages/item/852
This scene depicts fifteen women of various ages, in various positions in the river, washing clothes in Santo Domingo. Samuel Hazard (1834-1876) was an American publisher and bookseller from Pennsylvania, who collected engravings and prints. After joining the union army, he rose through the ranks as brevet major until he resigned on surgeon's certificate of disability in 1865. After, he traveled to Cuba and Santo Domingo as a correspondent of the Philadelphia Press during protracted conflict related to the decolonization of the Spanish Caribbean.
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