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Abolitionism and abolitionists

Abolitionism and abolitionists and the Kansas Strife

Abolitionism and abolitionists, parodied or attacked

African Americans (portrayal of)

African Americans (portrayed)

African Americans (portrayed), emancipated

African Americans (portrayed), in the U.S. military

African Americans (portrayed), suffrage

Agriculture (personified)

Alabama

Alamo Mission (Texas)

Albany

Alexandria, Va.

Allegheny Mountains

America (personified)

American Anti-Slavery Society

American Indians

American System

Amistad mutiny

Andersonville Prison

Antietam, battlefield at

Anti-Masonic party

Army (U.S.)

Army of the Confederacy

Army of the Revolution

Arthur administration

Ashland (Henry Clay estate), Ky.

Austria

Badges, campaign

Baltimore National Convention

Baltimore, Md.

Bank notes

Bank of Pennsylvania

Bank of the United States

Bankruptcy laws

Banks and banking

Banners, campaign

Banners, campaign, pictured

Baptist Church

Barber

Barhamville, S.C.

Barnburner Democrats

Baseball

Bay of Fundy

Black

Bloodhounds, military use of in Florida

Blue laws

Booneville, Mo.

Boston

Boston Massacre

Bourne

Bowery B'Hoys

Bowery Theatre

Boyd

Bridewell Prison (N.Y.)

Brooklyn, N.Y.

Bucktails

Buena Vista, Battle of

Buffalo, N.Y.

Bull Run, Battle of

Bunker Hill Monument (Boston)

Bunker, Joe (fictitious character)

Bunkum, Gen. (fictitious character)

Burrillville, R.I.

Burrows

C.S.S. Alabama

Cabinet officers

California

Calvinists and Calvinism

Camden and Amboy Railroad

Campaign charts

Canada, U.S. relations with

Canada, U.S. relations with, and fugitive slave laws

Capitol (U.S.) (pictured)

Cardenas (Cuba)

Caricatures (as subject)

Carpetbaggers

Catholic Church

Catholic Church, hostility toward

Catholic Church, in Europe

Central America

Ceres (mythological figure)

Cerro Gordo, Battle of

Certificates

Chancellorsville, Battle of

Chapman

Charles Town, W. Va.

Charleston, S.C

Chepachet, R.I.

Chicago National Democratic Conventions

Chinese Americans

Churubusco, Battle of

Cincinnati, Society of the

Civil Rights Act

Columbia

Commerce (personified)

Committee on the Conduct of the War

Compromise of 1850

Confederate States of America, amnesty for

Confederate States of America, government and officers of

Confederates States of America, government and officers of

Congress (U.S.)

Congress (U.S.), Compromise of 1850 and

Congress (U.S.), fighting in

Congress (U.S.), gag rule in

Congress (U.S.), Independent Treasury proposal

Congress (U.S.), Reconstruction issues

Congress (U.S.), seat of

Congress (U.S.), slavery issues

Connecticut

Conspiracies Act

Constitution (pictured)

Constitutional amendments

Constitutional amendments, fifteenth

Cooper

Copperheads or Peace Democrats

Copperheads or Peace Democrats

Council of Twelve

Creek Indians and War

Crittenden Compromise

Cuba

Currency and currency policy

Custom House (N.Y.)

Cyprian (bishop of Carthage)

Debt and bankruptcy laws

Declaration of Independence (pictured)

Delaware

Democratic Press

Distribution Act

District of Columbia, slavery in

Dorrite Rebellion

Dough-faces

Douglas Compromise

Draft (military conscription) and recruitment

Drake

Dred Scott decision

Drummond

Duels and dueling

Dutchmen (parodied)

Dwight

Eagle (prominently featured)

East (personified)

Eastern Penitentiary of Pennsylvania

Election tickets

Emancipation Proclamation

Enrollment Act of 1863

Episcopal Church

Erie Railroad

Farmers and farming

Fasces (symbol)

Federalists

Firemen

Fishing industry in the United States

Flag of South Carolina

Flag of the Confederacy

Flag of the United States (prominently featured)

Flag of Virginia

Fleming

Florida, purchase of

Florida, secession of

Florida, Seminole Wars in

Folsom Abby

Fort Defiance

Fort Harrison

Fort Lafayette

Fort Meigs (War of 1812)

Fort Monroe

Fort Pulaski

Fort Sumter

Fort Wagner

Fort Washington

Fortitude (personified)

Fourierism

France

France, and American Civil War

France, Revolution of 1789

France, U.S. spoliation claims and

Francestown, N.H.

Franco-Prussian War

Franklin & Armfield (slave traders)

Fredericksburg, Battle of

Free Soil party

Freedom (personified)

Freedom of debate

Frontier and frontiersmen

Fugitive Slave Act

Gag Rule

Galena, Ill.

Galphin Controversy

Georgia

Georgia, secession of

German Americans

Goliad, Tex.

Grange Movement

Gratiot

Great Britain

Great Britain and U.S. fishing rights

Great Britain, and the Confederacy

Great Britain, and the Oregon territory

Great Britain, industrial poor in

Greyhound (symbol of the Confederacy)

Hackney drivers, licensing of in New York

Hannibal (Carthaginian general)

Hard cider (Harrison campaign symbol)

Harris

Hartford Convention

Hebe (goddess)

Hercules

Hermitage (Andrew Jackson estate)

Hillier

History (personified)

Hoboken, N.J.

Hope (personified)

House of Representatives

Hudson River Railroad

Hungary

Hunker Democrats

Hyatt

Hyson

Immigration

Independent Treasury

Industry (personified)

Ireland

Ireland, repeal movement in

Irish-Americans

Jews

John Bull

Journalism and journalists

Justice (personified)

Kansas

Kansas, civil strife over slavery issues in

Kensington (Philadelphia)

Kentucky

King Cotton

Kitchen Cabinet

Knights of the Golden Circle

Know Nothings

Ku Klux Klan

Labor and trades, portrayed

Labor and trades, symbolized

Labor and trades, symnbolized

Lafayette Hall

Lawrence, Kans.

Libby (Confederate prison)

Liberty (personified)

Liberty cap

Liberty party

Liberty Tree

Linn

Little Rock, Ark.

Locofoco Party.

Locofocos

Log cabin (William Henry Harrison campaign symbol)

Louisiana

Louisiana, secession of

Lundy's Lane, Battle of

Maine

Maine, Aroostook War and

Maine, temperance laws in

Malvern Hill, Battle of

Manassas Junction, Va.

Manifest Destiny

Markle

Maryland

Mason-Dixon Line

Masons

Massachusetts

Massachusetts Medical Society

Massachusetts, state seal of

Matamoras (Mexico)

Maumee Rapids

Memphis, Tenn.

Methodist Church

Mexicans, parodied

Mexico

Mexico, French empire-building in

Mexico, Texas secession from

Mexico, U.S. war with

Military pensions

Militia and militiamen

Millerites and Millerism

Milwaukee, Wis.

Minerva

Mint of the United States

Miscegenation

Mississippi

Mississippi River

Missouri

Missouri Compromise

Monetary policy

Monroe Doctrine

Monterey (Mexico), Battle of

Montgomery Convention

Mormons

Morse

Moyamensing Prison (Phila.)

Munchausen & Gull Creek Grand Consolidated Oil Company

Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon III

Nashville, Tenn.

Natick, Mass.

National Union Convention

Native American Republican Association (Phila.)

Nativism

Navigation (personified)

Navy (Confederate)

Navy (U.S.)

Neal, J. W. & Co. (slave market)

New England Emigrant Aid Company

New Hampshire

New Haven, Conn.

New Jersey

New Market Heights, Va.

New Orleans, Battle of

New Orleans, La.

New York Central Railroad

New York, City of

New York, City of, draft riots in

New York, City of, mayoral elections and city politics in

New York, State of

New York, State of, arms of the state

New York, State of, state government and politics

New York, State of, Stephen Douglas campaign trip through

Newspapers: Albany Argus

Newspapers: Atlas (Boston)

Newspapers: Aurora

Newspapers: Boston Herald

Newspapers: Chicago Times

Newspapers: Commercial Gazette

Newspapers: Courier and Enquirer

Newspapers: Emancipator (Hartford, Conn.)

Newspapers: Extra Globe

Newspapers: Herald of Freedom

Newspapers: Journal of Commerce

Newspapers: Liberator

Newspapers: Madisonian

Newspapers: Morning Courier and New York Enquirer

Newspapers: National Anti-slavery Standard

Newspapers: National Gazette

Newspapers: New Era

Newspapers: New Haven Gazette

Newspapers: New York American

Newspapers: New York Enquirer

Newspapers: New York Evening Post

Newspapers: New York Evening Star

Newspapers: New York Express

Newspapers: New York Herald

Newspapers: New York Sun

Newspapers: New York Times

Newspapers: New York Tribune

Newspapers: New York World

Newspapers: Philadelphia Inquirer

Newspapers: Plain Dealer

Newspapers: Richmond Enquirer

Newspapers: Richmond Whig

Newspapers: Standard

Newspapers: United States Gazette

Newspapers: Washington Union

Newspapers: Washington, D.C., Globe

Newspapers: Westliche Post

North (personified)

North Bend, Ohio

Nullification

Ogden

Ohio

Okee-Cho-Bee

Old Seventy-six (fictitious character)

Order of United Americans

Oregon

Ostend Manifesto

Palo Alto (Mexico), Battle of

Panic of 1837

Park Theatre (New York)

Peace (personified)

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Abolition Society

Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society

Pennsylvania, state government and politics

Philadelphia

Philadelphia, as federal capital

Phillips

Pierson

Plantations and planters

Poor

Port Hudson, naval engagement at

Postal service

Potomac River

Prison and jails

Prize cases of 1863

Providence

Putnam

Quakers

Raccoons (as symbols)

Radical Republicans

Railroads

Reconstruction

Reeside

Religion

Repeal Associations

Resaca de la Palma, Battle of

Rhode Island

Richmond, Va.

Richmond, Va., Confederate capital

Ridgeway, (Ont.), Battle of, 1866

Rocky Mountains

Round Island

Russia

Safety Fund

Sailors and seamen

Salt River

San Francisco, Calif.

Santo Domingo

Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Satan (pictured)

Savannah, Ga.

Scamel

Schools

Schools, for African Americans

Scotch immigrants

Seaman

Seminole Indians

Semmes, Raphael

Senate of the United States

Shay's Rebellion

Shinplasters (fractional currency)

Ship of state

Slaves and slavery

Slaves and slavery, as a campaign issue

Slaves and slavery, slaves as contraband of war

Society for the Abolition of Slavery in England

Society for the Propagation of the Faith

Society of Jesus

South (personified)

South America

South Carolina

South Carolina Collegiate Female Institute

South Carolina, in the Civil War

South Carolina, secession of

Spain

Spartan Band

Specie Circular

Spencer

Spoils system and patronage

Springfield, Illinois

Stamp Act

State House (Philadelphia)

Stewart

Sullivan

Supreme Court

Talleyrand

Tammany (Indian chief)

Tammany Democrats

Tammany Hall

Tariffs

Taxes

Tecumseh

Telegraph

Temperance movement

Temple of Liberty

Tenneessee

Tennessee

Texas

Texas, and the Mexican War

Texas, annexation controversy

Texas, war of independence

Thames, Battle of the

Town

Trade and commerce

Transatlantic Cable

Transparencies

Treasury of the United States

Treasury of the United States, and the Swartwout scandal investigation

Treaty of 1831

Treaty of Ghent (1814)

Trent Affair

Trustless Fox (pseudonym)

U.S.S. Cambridge

U.S.S. Constitution

U.S.S. Galena

U.S.S. Gemsbok

U.S.S. Nashville

U.S.S. New Orleans

Uncle Sam

Uncle Tom's Cabin

Underground Railroad

Union (personified)

Universalist Church

Venezuela

Vermont

Vicksburg, Battle of

Vincennes, Council of

Virginia

Virginia Resolves

Voters and voting

War Department

War of 1812

Ward

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., defense of during Civil War

Weightman

West (personified)

White House (pictured)

White Mountains

Wide-Awake Club

Wilmot Proviso

Wisdom (personified)

Women and women's rights

Woolly Nag of abolitionism

Young America (personified)

Young America Democrats

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