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Date: 1796
Liberty. In the form of the Goddess of Youth; giving Support to the Bald Eagle.

Date: 1796
Triumph of Liberty. Dedicated to its Defenders in America.

Date: 1812
The First Great Western Empire: or, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Date: 1826
LETTER from THOMAS JEFFERSON, To Mr. WEIGHTMAN, late Mayor of Washington.

Date: 1834
EXPLOSION OF BIDDLE & COS. CONGRESS WATER FOUNT.

Date: 1834
TEMPLE OF LIBERTY.

Date: 1839
INDEPENDENCE DECLARED 1776. THE UNION MUST BE PRESERVED.

Date: 1840
WESTWARD THE MARCH OF EMPIRE TAKES ITS FLIGHT.

Date: 1844
GRAND DEMOCRATIC BANNER.

Date: 1845
THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES. LIBERTY AND UNION.

Date: 1848
[Untitled] "Can you rest one hand on the sacred altar of Liberty, and with the other extend the domain of the darkest curse . . ."

Date: 1848
GRAND DEMOCRATIC FREE SOIL BANNER.

Date: 1848
THE LIBERTY CHARIOT.

Date: 1848
UNITED AMERICANS, OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK.

Date: 1850
THE CLAY STATUE. A MODEL OF A MAN. DESIGNED BY THE GODDESS OF LIBERTY.

Date: 1852
ONE OF THE PEOPLE'S SAINTS for the Calendar of Liberty 1852.

Date: 1852
THE POOR SOLDIER & HIS TICKET FOR SOUP.

Date: 1856
Fillmore Schottisch

Date: 1856
LIBERTY, THE FAIR MAID OF KANSAS--IN THE HANDS OF THE "BORDER RUFFIANS."

Date: 1856
MILLARD FILLMORE, AMERICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Date: 1858
Ode to Liberty. Cordially Dedicated TO ALL THE HUMAN RACE.

Date: 1858
Our Land A NATIONAL SONG.

Date: 1859
America. A NATIONAL SONG.

Date: 1859
HONOR TO WASHINGTON. A NATIONAL ODE.

Date: 1860
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Date: 1860
THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS. FOR PRESIDENT JOHN BELL OF TENNESSEE. FOR VICE PRESIDENT EDWARD EVERETT OF MASSACHUSETTS.

Date: 1861
The Palmetto State Song.

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

Date: 1862
THE EMBLEM OF THE FREE.

Date: 1863
THE MAN OF THE PEOPLE! GOVERNOR HORATIO SEYMOUR. Elected by ten thousand majority, November 1862. SURROUNDED BY HIS FRIENDS.

Date: 1863
THE RE-UNION OF THE HOME OF THE BRAVE AND FREE!

Date: 1863
THE TWIN SISTERS LIBERTY AND UNION.

Date: 1864
Arms of the United States of America.

Date: 1864
GRAND, NATIONAL UNION BANNER FOR 1864. LIBERTY., UNION AND VICTORY.

Date: 1864
LIBERTY. "LIBERTY BRINGS TO THE EARTH JUSTICE AND PEACE"

Date: 1864
PLATFORMS ILLUSTRATED.

Date: 1864
THE CHICAGO PLATFORM AND CANDIDATE.

Date: 1865
Emancipation Ordinance of Missouri. AN ORDINANCE ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN MISSOURI.

Date: 1865
FREEDOM'S IMMORTAL TRIUMPH! FINALE of the JEFF DAVIS DIE-NASTY." Last Scene of all, that ends this strange eventful History.

Date: 1865
THE LAST OFFER OF RECONCILIATION IN REMEMBRANCE OF PREST. A. LINCOLNS. "THE DOOR IS OPEN FOR ALL."

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

Date: 1866
THE END OF THE REBELLION IN THE UNITED STATES, 1865.

Date: 1868
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC BANNER OF VICTORY, 1868.

Date: 1868
THE GREAT NOVEMBER CONTEST. Patriotism: versus Bummerism.

Date: 1870
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT AND ITS RESULTS.

Date: 1872
For PRESIDENT HORACE GREELEY of NEW YORK and for VICEPRESIDENT BENJN. GRATZ. BROWN . . .

Date: 1872
GRAND NATIONAL LIBERAL REPUBLICAN BANNER FOR 1872.

Date: 1872
GRANT & WILSON.

Date: 1872
THE PEOPLES' CHOICE.

Date: 1876
GRAND NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC BANNER.

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

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