|Slaves Waiting For Sale, Richmond, Virginia (1861) by Eyre Crowe|
As the war neared its fourth year, the trade in human flesh continued in the South. From Richmond's Daily Dispatch.
Sale of negroes in Petersburg.
--Charles P. Coltier and Alexander Donnan, as trustees, will sell on the first day of January, 1864, at 11 o'clock, at William Pannill's auction store, on Symore st, about thirty Slaves, consisting of men, women, boys and girls.
Wm Pannill, Auct'r,
Petersburg, Va. de 25--5t