A well dressed white man, presumably a slaveholder, kisses an enslaved woman and, in a parallel scene, a white man canes a male slave in a painting titled Virginian Luxuries. (On the reverse side of the canvas is a portrait of an undentified man.) This painting was made about 1825, probably in New England, by an unknown artist.
- Virginia Slavery Debate of 1831–1832, The
- Notes on the State of Virginia (1785)
- Racial Integrity Laws (1924–1930)
- A Dissertation on Slavery: With a Proposal for the Gradual Abolition of It, In the State of Virginia (1796)
- Washington, George and Slavery
- Enslaved House Servants
- Faulkner, Charles J. (1806–1884)