A Northern-produced satire, expressing strongly anti-abolitionist sentiments. A large pair of bare feet, obviously those of a black man, protrude from beneath a Phrygian cap adorned with the word "Liberty," several stars, and an eagle with arrows and olive branch from the seal of the United States.
Weitenkampf very plausibly suggests that the print is by Baker, whose work for the Bufford lithography firm is similar in style. Compare Baker's emphatically anti-Lincoln "Columbia Demands Her Children!" (no. 1864-34).