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CAN CARICATURES

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THE CIVIL WAR

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2011 with funding from

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LSTA Grant

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American Caricatures
Pertaining
to

the

Civil

ll

ar

REPRODUCED FROM THE ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS


PUBLISHED
from 1856 to 1872

WITH INTRODUCTION

NEW YORK

BRENTANO'S
1918

INTRODUCTION
OLITICAL CARICATURE,
tively recent
it

like the newspaper press, is a comparamethod for the expression opinion and criticism, though antedates the modern newspaper which reviews in editorials the
<>l'

actions of those
in

in

power.

Its earliest

legitimate forms

may

he seen

the

famous

folio

volume

of the caricatures of

who devoted his genius to political evils of his time and holding up to ridicule the foibles and habits of the then reigning Hanoverian family. Horn in 1757, he early evinced a remarkable artistic ability, bul it was
not until 1780 that Gillray interested himself in politics chiefly: and. although, he ceased to work after 1810, he had achieved, long before that lime, an enormous popularity through the terrible power of his scathing and even ruthless wit. His coarseness of satiric expression, however, removes him altogether from the cari-

James castigating the social and

Gillray, the English artist,

cature artists of our day.


In

1830, .John

Doyle, the father of Richard

'Punch." began

to issue his long series of political cartoons,

Doyle the celebrated artist of under the signature.

"II. B."

celebrities of the political world,

These consisted mainly of satirical portraits whose conduct in the

of

contemporary English

affairs of state called for

They made a great sensation at the time, but they censure and animadversion. are not now very highly esteemed either for their historical interest or artistic value. Doyle, however, was really the founder of the modern school of caricature art, and it is due to his influence and the establishment, in 1841, of the English comic
weekly, "Punch," that the art was cultivated and exploited in the United States. Doyle ditt'cred from (iillray in that he reproduced the exact portraits of the
people he caricatured, and this method was followed by the American artists who, in the late forties of the nineteenth century, initiated their special branch of the Doyle's drawings were reproduced by lithography, and the American pubart.
lishers

Messrs. Currier & Ives of New employed the same method of printing. to issue their famous lithographic sheets in 1848, the year of Taylor's York began election. These sheets are now very rare. The caricatures reproduced in this volume date from 1856, and include the All most important of those which were issued between that year and 1872. have been photographed direct from the originals in the possession of a collector.

The earliest deal with the Fillmore campaign, and were drawn by Louis Maurer. These are followed by the caricatures of the Buchanan and Douglas campaign, the Jackson election, and those inspired by the Abolition Movement in which
Lincoln played so important a part.
of satiric

The War

of the Secession received


it

its

share

treatment, and a

number

of the sheets

called forth

are given here.

Lincoln and Jefferson which were precipitated as the aftermath of the Civil War. and especially the rancorous relations which marked the attitude of the Republican and Democratic parties towards each other, are pictured here in a number of drawings revealing a humor which i>. perhaps, too raw for our more
several depicting personal

encounters between

Abraham

Davis.

The

political conditions

cultivated tastes.

This collection is. unquestionably, of permanent historical value and of more Our ancestors had a rough and ready way with them of than passing interest. expressing their likes and dislikes, especially in the heal of electoral campaigns; but they said what they honestly thought; and il is this sincerity of expression

which so appeals to us. despite its lack of artistic finish and even crude vulgarity. As draughtsmen, the artists of these caricatures were no! of the most accomplished

order, but there

is

no mistaking their intention, nor are we

left in

any doubt as

to the identities of the individuals satirized, nor the

meaning

of the moral they

desired to convey.

avoid any misapprehension as to either one or the other, they printed the names below the portraits, and used loops, inscribed with the words of the speakers, Modern art has improved on this naive and and issuing from their mouths. method; but if it has gained in power of suggestion, it does not evince a direct

To

more vigorous power of trenchant criticism, nor does it display the almost terrible freedom of satiric humor which is the interesting characteristic of early American caricature art. With the advent of the illustrated newspaper and the comic weekly, the day The former took the place of the latter, the lithographed sheets was over. of by Thomas Nast and Joseph Keppler remains today and the work achieved

None the distinguished achievements in the sphere of pictorial satire. hold their the less, however, the cartoons of the earlier period will continue to interest and value both to the historian and the student of the social develop-

among

iiHiil

of the

United States.

American Caricatures

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bhcantsm arid whom ue propose to run as our next Candidate fortke


Presidency.

Sow fortunate/ that this intellectual^ andnoble creature should hart been discovered-just at (historic, to prove to the world the superiorly ofthe. Colored over thtAltylaSazon rare, he mil be a worthy successor (o carry out (lis policy which I shall i/iauaara/e.
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AN HEI R TO THE THRONE,


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NEXT REPUBLICAN

CANDIDATE

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THE FOX WITHOUT A TAIL.


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flit /to/tors,

an unfifh
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of tt'/r ConJederacy must


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He want
South Carolina claims to &t ftte Uadsr ami general *vhlpper\ in of/Ac aeu- Confederal} ape-riol- edict / Ohty and trwihlt.

it dt\sU/to(y under-

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THE DIS-L1NITED STATES


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WHY DON'T YOU TAKE

IT.'

Go it trtro//i / knew hcdlc obliged to Cotton

J'on \veu scoundrel I'vegot rm' mtiscti up, emdHlputin t/,r 6fan s tUlT/tnishj'ou ?

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THE BATTLE OF BOONEVILLE.OR THE GREAT MISSOURI LYON HINT.

THE VOLUNTARY MANNER

IN

WHICH

SOME OF THE SOUTHERN VOLUNTEERS

ENLIST.

HfclADS

OF THE

DEMOCRACY.

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old abl the

rail splitters little

mac the gunboat general.

.W~ trr/sfftrt.'

t.-frr
'

;.<.,-.

lie /uilC Ctiptlirt,!

f:/,-

firiSO/H r

undone-gun-; ajr/v,

T7ie-*e

arc

fJif

I ever st/n: M31going

It'/.//>

(tons/cant satisfy
pocket, jJioitt/kl'/'
//./>

OT6cdicst>JeJfc all jny exer ffcotr


u/>e/ itipitt

RU

fN IN

IN

THE MACHINE"

Iwouia* vute fbrj-on Central,


COPPERHEAD
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Yroa nere nut' tit J t<>aPE*ei .~lr/u) says f/mf


'

"Treasnn and Jbleliuw /;> triumpfi.fl

on.-fkt

S THE POLITICAL CHICAGOAIM E S E T Wl MISOBOHNATION, OFFSPRING OP


I

IN

[III.

THE CHICAGO PLATFO R M AND CANDI DATE.

>N

HlTE HOUSf

ABRAHAMS DREAM!
"i

O.Ml.VO

IKNTS

L'AS'I

III'

ill

SHADOWS

HI

niu

A THRILLING INCIDENT
An oM man
The and
old

DURING VOTING,-- 18th WARD, PHILADELPHIA. OCT.


to

II.
dtnlributor

over

seventy
d

yearn

of ago advanced
I

tho
in

approached him nnd throating

ticket in

I.

Here
li

window, leaning tremblingly on ins an old Jack on Dcmocrnl whe ulwut


ntil

fluff,
ifOti>a

wbon an ofhciou* copperhead vote


a

ilmiglil
,

ticket"
ho (lung
i<

mnn opened

the ballot and hold

it

with

treml

he had rend one or two of the


I

name
Uner

when

from bim
iton'a

ing,

in a voice

Moalnnsl
with being hireling

huiky with emotion, exclaimed: "I deaplsi Do yon orpecl mc to dishonor mj poor boya mo
uid

nit), loathI

than

liato trm

rebel

wlio reut
elutrgi

hi<

bullet through in)


idioi
.

dead

heart

Fou

ry,

and

vote

for

men who

fighting

Ibr

thoir country,

murdcrci

at/It

/>.'<

(liatcJtdstfy-oualoarJtifffu

TlnchAhraltam thini you htid Utter call At old dog Off'mow, /'>a/raid hcil/iurt (k

...

&2

THE OLD BULL DOG ON THL RIGHT TRACK.

\You commenced tJie war fa taking up arms against t Government and/wt can have, peace onlj- on t?ie eon dttwn tfysurlavtjuf them
*

< 'ant /hi'd .>/ xitrremtfrteuf Gcrttftmen lutdUx mrtfirouyh


'

'

Thafs ttLet
Silt

./in

..-/ijtrri .-,/

'

TlYMtsttct
,)/"

arui suspense
'.

'

//,'

d.'ri/

itaeiCtOur r.eaortsor\

oftJ/i.* fte/M place


'
\

/!

<m

ari/n

hostilities'

Tell that to Me

t/u

niceiyoplatform topropose
J

etrmesftc6anda st/spre/sion
/.'st.c///f/js.e

wi&enabfetiS to/wnut up eurdgei stepplits to earrpett '/,, ,t.iritu COTS longer.


i

Murines, but sailors i/unt u/ede. "statu/ that hat I fi'Otn et

anft&uigyetiltdiw; butwt do uar/t arid'will'hue ajust oiedunce tathe lairs 0/ 'the Untied
States

sinktug

enerrey,

\down again

__

--"

THE TRUE PEACE

OMM

SS

ER S.

->
I

(Pltase>U,nvoM
|

Mo mU-cun

{Jam, doru>o,uA

ft st,-i&*> u vour

for]

TrulAtrfo

l/iesfruy

/ mwttlkici

as/tameiA

(Ju.

'Mothernew?

'Motiurma*
j(
v
ii /,.

President.'/ WAo

very

><*

\fo.wmeH-a/trtowasliinj)\tIU:iu":

frrn/ r/ Presi-)

"

/u ProscduUof.

\C

"

JEFFS LAST SHIFT

Tts

no use Crying l/iat shift.


hoots/
I
f

Jeff, we seejtvur

Surrender Otd Fellow, or


willlet daylight into

>;

jo

,6f
it
,

ms

ff/eHe
t
'

you blood thirsty


^

jrou

Ziait

r&cwhc-d

our last

ditch/

Look

0iit K

on

'/'-

villains. / rlwtujlit vourgovcmment?rwre rmH/rtasurr/ous f/iai/ to hunt down tram-en and children '

THE LAST

DITCH OF THE CH VALRYOR


I

PRESIDENT

IN

PETTICOATS.

Ipiuiti [y />"'

'

'' t/mt this


;,,
/,,

i&

You run

weU old Gal?,'

Other
/f/tr

//-.'.-.;.

/..,,/./

St

huijour
efafrtf Off

u-ftuit/tn o/tf.

areatcsl afrhcff? u// '"

THE CAPTURE OE AN UNPROTECTED FEMALE.OR THE

CLOSt

OE THE REBELLION.

5
/
I

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Lb

H <
-J Q.
=

Z o
= X > < a
L. b.
!

5
;
;

'

4*
i?5

.!

A'o its th<s confounded old Weed called T7iiirlmr' thaCma&asdA&dadsmiU,


~\
'

fear we

are-getting
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I

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Can t6$t posszilt

ftis no use Gentlemen,-* rour o/d nap /.* dead andj'Ou cant 7-t,/* if any more" mvWoolie}' Jcieud t'lf/is/nd nun

Tnt'red,

iutfcertainly
"

&at our /wily

is

Jf we

co u/dget

another choree

*m*ll corruption.

decaying a/read,-.

into him. Ac mtjffojsuU t$rouaa\ vet

iJSsS^ik u^w

-*

THE

SIViELLI ING

CO

IVI

M ITTE E.

DAME EUTLER -Head HBEN FES


r
l

tfuilly
t

BUTLER BEN WADE

Dull

el

Go

I
'

to defend tJu peace arufgooe/ orderoftfu cefy, will sec to it

t?uzt
1

al/jour rights

sJiail he

protected.

THE MAN OF WORDS,

THE MAIN OF DEEDS, WHICH DO YOU THINK THE COUNTRY NEEDS


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>

BLOOD WILL TELL!


bfftWMQ
tlit

Wottara Wat Hotm, U.

8.

Otur,

/ricna' better us& a/i

My

S tfu'ni. j-oa /W
means
to aet btas-A
.

ashore; even rT it is a man that savesj'ou


Give,

me-jour kandmasta%\
/ran
//<//;

now

tfbatf/iavcyot a ffood

iio/tfuft/tis tret

oat ofj'onr trouble


J'oayo to tfuuulerf cloj'ou.t/iin/t 7t//et a// in/irtta/ A'ljptjrr ta/ce Mc If tneaana'/', _ 7Z/> sir- fee this ts a while Mans Governments

RECONSTRUCTION,
()H"\

WHITE MAYS (HIVHIIX.MMXr.

A NICE

FAMILY PARTY.

All right Smaior:\


77ie

Cnuntrymaygi
is

I'll

toyou.

taketJuuyt

i
\

vow case.

what [want

ra rw]C !

SELLING OUT CHEAP

Clear the track, Ipropose


to

move immediately upon your w-orks

Plit

up your sword Frank,


take
to

and
Hier

your heels, nei

r/u-r

u the

train that ait

Ithxnh MTBlcur that vre had better get out of the imv
another ra-olutwn will be the death o/*.iw.

Stand-fast, llci'atic' If that machine wiU not stop, U must be tiirown


off the track trCth tlve
<svrora\.

bra.ts,

brag nor bullets


train

Tru J)ernccr-axs should


ride en, and if any man- ob structs tJie track, run htm down on. the spat. e
'Jliat ur

can stop

tin.?

a prudent, carejXil

and sagacious Jinquicer and any-bedy i> *aft who rides trtth him., I only wisHIwa* on. the. /
"""

tame

train-

'^^U
k
.

...;.,.,

AN IMPENDING CATASTROPHE.

I can't fit/hr it
on
tiiis-Unc

out against
,

itr

Hotel on Gettcral / /or if /it yo, tfaes whole j^ai'ty will JO to destruction

Just as I tolei them .'there is no slrertc/tJi in this tear/i


\

/
7

the T.isirip

Sun

ir/i\ </*</>// they /s'J-t n/e T/lton on the t+c&et /

ana

begin to /eel a tt/t/e spooney for with all Grants strenyth VColfax to help hern **-e see/nto &e yotne? SacAu-are/s
.

Why

'(lief 7'Mzei

haZ

/a/lcn off the j> hit/or?n /

Jl'r/i itf nt>/it stop to pic/: heni an, ttsa/ji/v

he /faJ'at/e// o/Thc/b'rt.

Hi rather /it It
o/fthast rn/ete/M

an

Ota'

scare

cron'txhe you.-

l.^^*t*-/.'V >

flutlf

THE RADICAL PARTY

OIN
.\*.i3,ia

A
S'.V):

HEAVY GRADE.

J>,lM,ih*.i**C,ii-w &-!"* IS2

FATE OF

RADICAL PAF

How nice
ihinq

it is to sxt

here

and

ery'cy

the scabrarze, laxcwinq that even


is

safe behind

me

THE END OF LONG BRANCH.

THE

DEMOCRACY

IN

SEARCH OF

CANDIDATE

THE NEW "CONFEDERATE CRUISER:

JtHA this

dead weight

le

awry I'm

afraid J shall get siramped.-f gj^

THE LAST DITCH OF THE DEMOCRATIC

PARTY.

My Mend you've got-a:s<ft

thing

dent aire who s kitted


[

myour wedge bidycutMaliei Will kill the Man.

jf wt
I

>

succeed in defeating

(V

-iw'c;
\

,-,//

elcrhrm

q %

Ti

0At7w freely WdlvDtc/hrOrcifa


I

Wonesfyi&theword
'

to

shout,
'

'

a>tct/ is

<m

>ib:

- - * mmatfen
"

y*J*j

|j^5

jAtuilwafita nominoium

jUtfrffurt

ir?//

lend air hairt

AidlvhdpHU $i>M\nir!Hirt\

REPUBLICAN PARTY,
9^w;^r-5

lr

-^J

SPLITTING
The

THE

PARTY.

Entering

Wedge.

>,

X <
h</)

(J
UJ

EC

Ld

X
a.

o O _l
C/3

X
0-

.V< lyi

,h nt

Massa Samner. Otdl.


'

Secesh Debbie hold dot Gridiron

and iguess yen burn your loot.

I am
'

loud on SanUominejo,

(bme Sambo:'jump right on the Gruliron


with the
rest,

And leant be flopped fyjme/c; Tim' the paw 1 bear provokes me. And IhesmeUcfbnmsiome chokes nuT\
'

while its hot and Inrly

f.
'

~~jT-

r~~Tr\
'

/*

k
-

This

mahes me pimp as ipuck\


Ai,

as/did "hen
us,, 1
1,

niKillJarhonl
in the war.

diasenb

RED HOT REPUBLICANS ON THE DEMOCRATIC GRIDIRON


THE CAN DOMINGO WAR DANCE.

NoMffkeeleymeajd
I

We

vrft

mieforycu,

for

behind

yoa we see Jeff Davis andbckmdhimisllie x^eld lash ana'bondage.


|

mil rrteMPLwccbis friend ftmeml Grant Ivtwamqumd the rrbrllu n k *aiml cur freedom

as all true luartui erlered men

Of course Sam and Cazsarycu Hyate tame vourold friend Horace Greeley >
_J

A DODGE THAT

WONT WORK

SOaurSilmadcnltpmyMirmmlJi]

ut me spealiwt aue.

I^TO-T&m goad old

\SrtkJi

Jw dorryou qo backan rru

sfwt (fDancsthmzs?
fa
'i

Yea- premised

an/fife never

desert nu,

and rwwyou sunppri another.

Babyby s&affy Ldus cakhitjmiemdl

THE ELEPHANT AND HIS KEEPERS

%%
y.S.

.TREASURY

ft

BLACK FRIDAY.
Sepi<

II