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First meeting of Uncle Tom and Eva.

Uncle Tom and Little Eva.

The Declaration of Independence illustrated. [graphic] / Fabronius; Designed by R. Thayer; L. Prang & Co. Lith, Boston.

[The scourged back]

[Proof vignette of Southern planter and scenes from the South]




John Bull makes a discovery. [graphic]

Diorama - Washington at Yorktown

The Democratic platform [graphic]

American sympathy and Irish blackguardism. [graphic] / EWC.

The triumph. [graphic]

Journey of a slave from plantation to the battlefield. [graphic].

All slaves were made freemen. By Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, January 1st, 1863. Come, then, able-bodied colored men, to the nearest United States camp, and fight for the stars and stripes. [graphic].

In commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of American independence

The Washington family.

Here is a picture of some slaves at work. [graphic] : Reward of merit. This may certify that [Mr. George Snow] by diligence and attention to study, merits the approbation of [his] friends and teacher.

Washington birthday greetings [graphic].

The rail candidate. [graphic]

"The nigger" in the woodpile. [graphic]

Senate chamber U.S.A. Conclusion of Clay's speech in defense of slavery. [graphic]

The slavery question: Great prize-fight of the American eagle against the wolf and alligator. [graphic] / WA.

The Clay compromise - a settler. [graphic]

The game of secession or sketches of the rebellion

[Montage of caricatures satirizing Southern Democrats] [graphic].

The dis-united states or the Southern Confederacy. [graphic]

Reading the Emancipation Proclamation

Emancipated slaves.

The house that Jeff built. [graphic]

The resurrection of Henry Box Brown at Philadelphia [graphic] : Who escaped from Richmond Va. in a box 3 feet long 2 1/2 ft. deep and 2ft. wide. / Kramer, del.

Views of slavery : [graphic] / Does the slaveholder admit the slave to be a human being? If so we would ask his interpretation of the following sentiment "Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do you even so to them."

Cartes de visite reproductions of Civil War era sketches by H.C. Bispham

From the plantation to the senate

"No higher law." [graphic] /

Emancipated slaves.

Handicap race presidential stakes 1844. [graphic] /. EWC.

Practical illustration of the fugitive slave law. [graphic] /. EC, del.

The great presidential race of 1856. [graphic]

The result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the rise and progress of the African race in America and its final accomplishment, and celebration on May 19th A.D. 1870. [graphic]

Distinguished colored men

Heroes of the colored race