A hand-colored drawing shows 6 lines drawn in a spiral. Each line is labeled with a year and sum, showing the growing value of the household assets of Black Americans in the state of Georgia, 1875–1899. The first line (pink) is short, labeled $21,186. The last line (red) is very long, labeled $1,434,975.

Featured Image: Data visualization, Assessed Value of Household and Kitchen Furniture Owned by Georgia Negroes, W.E.B. Du Bois (American, 1868–1963) Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division

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