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Date: 1836
Our country's flag! A new national song

Date: 1839
GOV. MORTON'S GRAND MARCH.

Date: 1840
[Untitled "HARRISON & TYLER" campaign emblem]

Date: 1840
FRANCESTOWN. She Welcomes the Friends of OLD TIP.

Date: 1840
HARRISON QUADRILLES.

Date: 1843
HENRY CLAY.

Date: 1844
CLAY FRELINGHUYSEN MARKLE STEWART.

Date: 1844
GRAND NATIONAL WHIG BANNER. "ONWARD."

Date: 1844
NOT A DRUM WAS HEARD NOR A FUNERAL NOTE . . .

Date: 1844
SEE OUR TORN FLAG STILL WAVING.

Date: 1844
TEXAS COMING IN.

Date: 1844
The honest statesman, his Country's steadfast friend. HARRY of the WEST.

Date: 1844
THE THREE DAYS OF MAY 1844. COLUMBIA MOURNS HER CITIZENS SLAIN.

Date: 1844
THE WHALE THAT SWALLOWED JONAH.

Date: 1844
THE WORKING MAN--He is to Society what the main-mast is to the ship.

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

Date: 1848
UNION.

Date: 1850
AMERICAN LIBERTY.

Date: 1850
GOV. SEABROOK'S QUICK STEP.

Date: 1850
ORDER OF UNITED AMERICANS.

Date: 1851
THE FLAG OF OUR UNION, A NATIONAL SONG.

Date: 1851
THE NATIONAL UNION.

Date: 1853
YOUNG AMERICA POLKA.

Date: 1854
K N QUICK STEP DEDICATED TO THE KNOW NOTHINGS.

Date: 1856
"COL. FREMONT PLANTING THE AMERICAN STANDARD ON THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.

Date: 1856
JAMES BUCHANAN, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Date: 1856
JNO. C. FREMONT. WM. L. DAYTON. THE CHAMPIONS OF FREEDOM.

Date: 1858
Our Land A NATIONAL SONG.

Date: 1860
For president Abram Lincoln--For vice president Hannibal Hamlin

Date: 1860
GOD AND OUR UNION

Date: 1860
Lincoln and Hamlin

Date: 1860
LINCOLN AND HAMLIN.

Date: 1860
PRIZE BANNER POLKA

Date: 1860
YOUNG AMERICA C.H. LILIENTHAL. N.Y.

Date: 1861
5 TO ONE HA.

Date: 1861
DOWN WITH THE TRAITORS SERPENT FLAG

Date: 1861
PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

Date: 1861
SECESSION EXPLODED.

Date: 1861
STRONG'S DIME CARICATURES. -- No. 3. SOUTH CAROLINA TOPSEY IN A FIX.

Date: 1861
THE AMERICAN DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE ILLUSTRATED.

Date: 1861
THE FOX WITHOUT A TAIL.

Date: 1862
THE AMERICAN FLAG, A NEW NATIONAL LYRIC.

Date: 1863
THE PENDING CONFLICT.

Date: 1863
THE UNION DEFENDERS CERTIFICATE IN SUPPORT & DEFENSE OF THE GOVERNMENT, THE UNION AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES AGAINST THE GREAT REBELLION.

Date: 1864
RAISING THE FLAG MAY 1861. FROM THE ORIGINAL PICTURE BY WINNER

Date: 1864
THE PENDING CONFLICT

Date: 1864
THE PENDING CONTEST. Although all Copperheads call themselves Democrats, nevertheless, all Democrats are not Copperheads.

Date: 1865
THE OUTBREAK OF THE REBELLION IN THE UNITED STATES 1861.

Date: 1870
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT AND ITS RESULTS.

Date: 1872
To the Friends of GREELEY AND BROWN.

Date: 1876
THE CHAMPIONS OF THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS.

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