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Religion and Mortuary Practices

United Brethren (Moravian) Mission Station, Antigua, British West Indies, 1830 African-Type Coiled Bracelet, late 17th-early 18th cent., Newton Plantation Cemetery, BarbadosBurial 72, late 17th-early 18th cent., Newton Plantation Cemetery, Barbados African-Type Brass Bracelet, late 17th-early 18th cent., Newton Plantation Cemetery, BarbadosAfrican-Type Necklace, late 17th-early 18th cent., Newton Plantation Cemetery, BarbadosAfrican Short Stemmed-Clay Pipe, late 17th-early 18th cent.,  Newton Plantation Cemetery, BarbadosBrass Wire Bracelet, late 17th-early 18th cent., Newton Plantation Cemetery, BarbadosChurch Meeting, Chicago, 1859A Spiritual Healer, Paramaribo, Suriname, ca. 1831Funeral of a European, Paramaribo, Suriname, ca. 1831Cemetery, Paramaribo, Suriname, ca. 1831 Funeral and Divination, Jamaica, 1843Burial 72, late 17th-early 18th cent., Newton Plantation Cemetery, BarbadosCarnelian Bead with Necklace, Newton Plantation Cemetery, Barbados Methodist Chapel, Nevis, British West Indies, early 19th cent.African Slaves Say the Catholic Rosary, Peru, 1600-1615Methodist Prayer Meeting, Philadelphia, 1811-1813Baptism in a Catholic Church, Brazil,1816-1831 Funeral Procession, Brazil, 1816-1831 Church Meeting, Cincinnati, 1853Moravian (United Brethren) Mission Station, St. Croix, Danish West Indies, 1768Discovering a Thief: An Obeah Practitioner at Work,  Trinidad, 1836Moravian Congregation, St. Thomas, West Indies, 1757Newly Baptized Slaves, Moravian Congregation, St. Thomas, West Indies,  1757Prayer Meeting, Georgia, 1873-74Church Service at Plantation, South Carolina, 1863Funeral, Antebellum U.S. South, 19th cent.Funeral on a Rice Plantation, U.S. South, 1859Plantation Funeral, U.S. South, ca. 1860Funeral Procession, Virginia, 1880Funeral, Brazil,1816-1831Funeral, Brazil,1816-1831Funeral Procession, Brazil, 1830sFuneral for a Child, Venezuela, 1826 Funeral, South Carolina, early 1890s Cemetery, Wilmington, North Carolina, early 1890sPrayer Meeting, Georgia, 1872Urban Funeral, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1819-1820