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On Haberle's 1895 The Slate, Leave Your Order Here, the ghostly imprint of a slave ship, slave shackles and an auctioneer's notice emerge, while below, Civil Rights marchers stride across a smoldering background.
* "Scalped on her wedding day by Indians, who were then being employed by General Burgoyne as the British were moving south in 1777, Jane McCrea became a symbol of innocence confronted by evil, virtue crushed by cruelty, civilized man attacked by the savage." The Genius of American Painting, ed. John Wilmerding, 1973.