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Date: 1840
A BIVOUACK IN SAFETY OR FLORIDA TROOPS PREVENTING A SURPRISE.

Date: 1840
CLAR DE KITCHEN.

Date: 1840
MATTY'S PERILOUS SITUATION UP SALT RIVER.

Date: 1840
THE NEW ERA OR THE EFFECTS OF A STANDING ARMY

Date: 1840
The Secretary of War presenting a stand of Colours to the 1st Regiment of Republican Bloodhounds.

Date: 1846
At THE BATTLE OF PALO ALTO, the Americans greatly distinguished themselves, . .

Date: 1846
DISTINGUISHED MILITARY OPERATIONS WITH A HASTY BOWL OF SOUP.

Date: 1846
ON TO THE CHARGE! Inscribed to the memory of Major Ringgold . . . .

Date: 1846
VOLUNTEERS FOR TEXAS As you were.

Date: 1847
BATTLE OF CERRO GORDO.

Date: 1847
BATTLE OF CHURRUBUSCO.

Date: 1847
SANTA ANNA DECLINING A HASTY PLATE OF SOUP AT CERRO GORDO.

Date: 1848
HUNTING INDIANS IN FLORIDA WITH BLOOD HOUNDS.

Date: 1849
DEFENSE OF THE CALIFORNIA BANK. [December 1848 or early 1849. Drawn by S. Lee Perkins?]

Date: 1861
I am glad, I am out of the scrape!

Date: 1861
IN DEFENCE of the UNION and the CONSTITUTION.

Date: 1861
OUR COUNTRY'S FLAG.

Date: 1861
OUR HEAVEN BORN BANNER

Date: 1861
THE FLAG OF OUR UNION.

Date: 1861
THE STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER.

Date: 1861
THE UNION VOLUNTEER.

Date: 1862
CANDIDATES FOR THE EXEMPT BRIGADE.

Date: 1862
RISING OF THE PEOPLE. "The Drum-Tap rattles through the Land."

Date: 1862
YANKEE VOLUNTEERS MARCHING INTO DIXIE.

Date: 1864
A LITTLE GAME OF BAGATELLE, BETWEEN OLD ABE THE RAIL SPLITTER & LITTLE MAC THE GUNBOAT GENERAL.

Date: 1864
RUNNING THE "MACHINE".

Date: 1864
THE OLD BULL DOG ON THE RIGHT TRACK.

Date: 1864
View of Transparency IN FRONT OF HEADQUARTERS OF SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE FOR RECRUITING COLORED REGIMENTS . . .

Date: 1867
RECONSTRUCTION.

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