RMA8FEH6–Plantation slaves loading rice to a barge on the Savannah River on the Georgia South Carolina border 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMCB61BY–SLAVERY Workers on a French sugar plantation in the West Indies about 1800
RMMPNM18–'Cotton is king - plantation scene with pickers at work. Georgia', c1900. Artist: Unknown.
RMHRNRYP–Cotton Plantation on the Mississippi, 19th Century
RMMKKATW–The Old Plantation
RMPN4G6N–Slaves working on a plantation - Planting the sugar cane. Circa 1823 - William Clark
RMGFPFPX–Mary Call Collins gives a guided tour to tourists at The Grove Plantation in Tallahassee, Florida
RMER9930–A cotton plantation on the Mississippi
RMGJ7NP0–Cotton Plantation on the Mississippi
RMT6TFPF–Slaves on J. J. Smith's Plantation, South Carolina, America, photograph by Timothy H. O'Sullivan, 1862 Private Collection
RMF7NNFH–A Louisiana plantation.
RMCRA2GG–Tropical Style Plantation Manor House
RM2DD0ANC–Milnathort, Scotland, UK. 23 November 2020. Christmas trees are being harvested in a plantation near Milnathort in Perth and Kinross. The plantation is operated by the Kilted Tree Company based at Tillyochie Farm near Milnathort. Workers cut selected trees and these are fitted inside protective sleeves using specialist machinery on tractors before being transported to market. Iain Masterton/Alamy Live News
RMC44D25–Olive plantation. El Alentejo. Portugal.
RMC4KBBE–Orange plantation surrounded by sugarcane plantation in background, native forest at left and high class condominium of houses
RF2F70W5J–The photo dates to 1903. Picking Cotton in Mississippi. An American Tea Plantation—Pinehurst Tea plantation in Summerville, South Carolina, which was started in 1888 by Charles Shepard.
RM2F8PEB8–Processing tobacco at a plantation in Virginia, USA, early 1900s
RMM43F18–Personal photo of an African American mother and teenage son atop a horse at a cotton plantation in the American South, ca. 1910.
RMH33K8E–A cocoa and coffee plantation in the West Indies in the 19th century.
RMA64XPF–African American slaves on a cotton plantation talking about escaping to freedom 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMF4TNW9–A plantation of St. Mary weed
RMBX6W8K–geography / travel, Papua New Guinea, agriculture, plantation near Ralum, Bismarck Archipelago, native workers and German overseers, circa 1905, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMAPN1TX–Old Sugar Plantation at St Kitts in the Caribbean
RMATPBYT–The Shirley Plantation House. Home of mother of president Robert E Lee on the James River southeast of Richmond, Virginia, USA
RMG3AW98–Coffee Plantation, Brokenhurst, Jamaica, West Indies
RMANH4P7–Tea Plantation, Nuwara Eliya, Hill Country, Sri Lanka
RMAB1HRT–Reflection of Monmouth Plantation Natchez Mississippi USA
RMEC87PG–Photograph of a Negro family seated on the porch of a house at the Bayou Bourbeau Plantation, Louisiana. Photographed by Marion Post Wolcott. Dated 1940
RMC29PHM–Drayton Hall Plantation in Charleston, SC. Palladian style estate built by John Drayton in 1738.
RMC2JCCT–J.J. Smiths Ex-Slaves
RMF3RHBW–Tea pickers on a tea plantation near Mbeya, Tanzania, Africa
RFENEMEP–Tea plantation at the Cameron Highland, Malaysia
RMA4CKT7–View over a palm plantation Kokopo New Britain Province Papua New Guinea
RFANFYWW–Female rock climber works Sierra, 'The Plantation' near Penticton, British Columbia, Canada.
RMA795M9–Women employees picking Tea plants in the hills of Munnar Kerala South India
RMACP8TM–Hill views looking south from the northern end of the Tararua Ranges near Palmerston North North Island New Zealand
RMA4KK6T–African American field hands hoeing sugar cane in Louisiana 1800s. Hand-colored woodcut of an Edward Kemble illustration
RMBJT0EA–A tea plantation, Java, Indonesia, 1902.Artist: CH Graves
RMBEJ454–Withnell Plantation, Chorley
RMADHYT0–The pond at the Isabella Plantation in centre of Richmond Park in London England
RFA2TP3N–tea plantation vietnam
RMCWB7DT–Scene on a pineapple plantation, with harvested pineapples, Hawaii. ca. 1910-1920
RMAHW256–Martinique, Plantations, Habitation La Grange
RMAXNFCE–Grenada Mount Rodney estate
RMBRK4N4–Plantation Owner by Babette Bloch in Brookgreen Gardens, South Carolina
RM2C2K9KB–A palm oil extraction mill, oil palm tree nursery and plantation in North Sumatra province, Indonesia.
RFD99DN1–The beautiful tea plantations of Munnar, a hill station in Kerala, India
RME12RAC–Feb. 24, 2012 - Harbel, Liberia. Tapper at Firestone Rubber Plantation bring in daily rubber catch to one of 90 field stations. Firestone has 10 million trees on 88,000 acres; is oldest and largest rubber producing in Liberia. Rubber once the country's chief export, is now second. 66.12
RMT1CRT1–A Plantation Burial by John Antrobus Plantation of the Mississippi governor, Tilghman Tucker
RMGA661J–Slavery, USA. Large group of slaves standing in front of buildings on Smith's Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina. Photo by Timothy O'Sullivan, c.1862.
RFENEMEC–Tea plantation at the Cameron Highland, Malaysia
RMGG2F72–Madeira, sugar cane plantation Around 1900 Portugal
RMG7715C–Scintillating Air, ridden by E Hide, wins the Plantation Maiden Stakes at Newmarket, ahead of J Mercer on Stars in Your Eyes and G Starkey on Queensbury Boy.
RM2BDY1DT–Tea Plantation, Java, Indonesia
RMAE1TY4–Sugar plantation in Cuba 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMF01XWJ–Tea plantation, Japan.
RMGFPFPP–LeRoy Collins and Mary Call Collins at the Grove Plantation in Tallahassee, Florida
RMADHXP3–Isabella Plantation in centre of Richmond Park in London England
RM2CP949B–Opening the pods and drying the cocoa beans - on a plantation near Port Limon, Costa Rica, circa 1904
RMCWAWJW–Twelve illustrated cards narrating the journey of a slave from plantation life to the struggle for liberty, for which he gives
RM2B29E88–Slaves picking cotton on a Southern plantation.
RMK9MK3X–‘Negro Village on a Southern Plantation' from ‘Aunt Phillis’s Cabin or Southern Life as it is.’ by Mrs Mary H. Eastman (1818-1887) published in 1853 is a pro-slavery novel written in response to Harriet Beecher Stowe's 1852 anti-slavery novel ‘Uncle Tom's Cabin’. In the novel plantation owners and slaves live in harmony and happiness. See description for more information.
RMG3ACYY–Slaves on the plantation of James Hopkinson on Edisto Island, South Carolina.
RMD1HKC0–Coconut plantation Sri Lanka
RMCPJ01J–Coffee plantation in Brazil, 1928
RMKXJTKG–Plantation banjo player, c1875.
RMGA6617–Slavery, USA. American slaves at the Cassina Point plantation of James Hopkinson on Edisto Island, South Carolina. Photo taken in 1862, photographer unknown.
RM2JTHX2C–The Sugar plantation industry of Louisiana, USA , print by JO Davidson, 1883
RMGG2AKD–A coton plantation 1875 United States Paris. National Library
RMGBKJY1–These giant words, on the Kinsley Wood plantation, Panpunton Hill, Radnorshire, were planted in larch trees by the Forestry Commission at the time of the Queen's Coronation in 1953. The trees have grown at a more rapid rate than their neighbours and stand out neat and clear. There is a similar 'ER' on the other side of the hill.
RM2BDYH51–Tobacco Plantation, 1821
RMAHPHN3–Tobacco plantation in Cuba 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMF01W79–Aerial view of banana plantation - Cote d'Ivoire
RMGFPFPM–LeRoy Collins and Mary Call Collins at the Grove Plantation in Tallahassee, Florida
RM2B01AWC–Vietnam: Tea plantation near Thanh Son, Phu Tho Province, northwest Vietnam. According to oral tradition, tea has been grown in China for more than four millennia. The earliest written accounts of tea making, however, date from around 350 CE, when it first became a drink at the imperial court. Around 800 CE tea seeds were taken to Japan, where regular cultivation was soon established. Just over five centuries later, in 1517, tea was first shipped to Europe by the Portuguese soon after they began their trade with China.
RMMBCEEF–Sugar curing house, 1762. Sugar pots and jars on sugar plantation served as breeding place for larvae of A. aegypti, the vector of yellow fever.
RM2K01N77–Tea plantation, Assam.
RM2B29E87–Slaves picking cotton on a Southern plantation.
RMCRJRXE–Tropical Style Plantation House
RMH33K7M–A sugar mill on a plantation in the West Indies in the 19th century.
RMC5YPAD–Coconut plantation in West Africa
RMCPJ01F–Coffee plantation in Brazil, 1928
RMERHKP5–Jamaican banana plantation - two Jamaican men standing in front of banana plants / trees.
RMC2JPC9–Japanese Sisal Plantation on Hawaii
RMT65YXY–Katsushika Hokusai, The Tea Plantation of Katakura in Suruga Province, print, c. 1825-1838
RMGG2CE5–Harvest of sugar cane in a plantation c.900 Cuba Washington, Libray of Congress
RMC494W2–Photograph of a plantation in Italy
RM2BDYCK1–Slavery, Antigua Sugar Plantation, 1823
RMMM28D0–Plantation Restaurant. Houston. 1965
RMAKEY7C–African American woman carrying sheaves on a rice plantation
RF2HJR0BN–Cuban landsmen on a sisal hemp plantation (1923)
RMGFPFPT–LeRoy Collins with Mary Call Collins and their children at the Grove Plantation in Tallahassee, Florida
RM2B00MRK–Sri Lanka: Plantation workers weighing tea on a tea plantation, late 19th century. Tea production in Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, is of high importance to the Sri Lankan economy and the world market. The country is the world's fourth largest producer of tea and the industry is one of the country's main sources of foreign exchange and a significant source of income for laborers, with tea accounting for 15% of the GDP, generating roughly $700 million annually. In 1995 Sri Lanka was the world's leading exporter of tea, (rather than producer) with 23% of the total world export.
RM2FKXKP4–Negro slaves 1862 Edisto Island, S.C. (plantation of James Hopkinson) - Photo shows a group of African American slaves posed around a horse-drawn cart, with a building in the background, at the Cassina Point plantation of James Hopkinson on Edisto Island, South Carolina
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