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CARTOON: RECONSTRUCTION, 1866. 'Mending the family kettle.' Comment on Reconstruction, depicting Columbia with a newborn baby, the 14th Amendment, waiting for President Andrew Johnson to repair a leaking kettle, the reconstructed South. Cartoon from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 16 June 1866.
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STATUE OF LIBERTY, 1885.
Front page of 'Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 13 June 1885, hailing 'the gift of the French Republic to the United States.' Two engravings show the statue under construction in Paris, a third is a portrait of Frédéric-August Bartholdi, its creator.
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SOUTH CAROLINA: SECESSION.
Secession meeting in front of the Mills House, Meeting Street, in Charleston, South Carolina, November 1860. Below are portraits of James Chesnut, Jr., Senator from South Carolina; Robert Toombs, Senator from Georgia; and Alexander Stephens, ex-Representative from Georgia. Page from a contemporary American newspaper.
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WOMEN VOTING, 1920.
'The Mystery of 1920.' Cover of 'Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 11 September 1920, shortly after the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
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CUBA HISTORY.
Cuba Spanish-American War 'Uncle Sam is ready' - a satirical cartoon from 'Leslie's Weekly' about the Spanish-American War 1898 - - 20.03.1898
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CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION, 1876.
'Philadelphia, PA. - The Centennial Exposition - American visitors smoking chibouques in the Turkish bazaar.' Engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 8 July 1876.
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WHITE HOUSE WEDDING, 1874.
The wedding ceremony of Ellen 'Nellie' Wrenshall Grant and Algernon Charles Frederick Sartoris at the White House on 21 May 1874. Wood engraving, American, 1874.
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NEW YORK: SWEATSHOP, 1888.
'The Female Slaves of New York - "Sweaters" and Their Victims.' Scenes in the lives of women employed as sweatshop garment workers in New York City. Wood engravings from 'Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 1888.
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GREAT RAILROAD STRIKE, 1877.
A mob burning train cars and railroad property at the Round House, near Pittburgh, Pennsylvania, on the 21 July 1877. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1877.
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STATUE OF LIBERTY, 1885.
The arrival from Paris, France, of the Statue of Liberty to Bedloe Island in New York Harbor. Wood engraving on the front page of 'Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 27 June 1885.
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MINER STRIKE, 1888.
A mob of striking Polish-American miners attacking the coal and iron police near Shenandoah City, Pennsylvania. Front page of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 3 February 1888.
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SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, 1898.
'Your Country Calls You.' Front page of 'Leslie's Weekly,' 30 June 1898, with an illustration by R.M. Wright, supporting the call for volunteers to fight in the war against Spain.
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RED CLOUD (1822-1909).
Oglala Sioux chief. Red Cloud, with other Native American delegates, speaking to an audience in the Great Hall at the Cooper Institute in New York City, on the wrongs done to his people. Wood engraving from Frank Leslie's Illustrated News, 1870.
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WOMEN'S FASHION, c1875.
Line engraving, French, c1875, after Jules David, for an American women's magazine.
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STATUE OF LIBERTY, 1886.
Men working inside the head of the statue in New York Harbor, assembling its parts with steel girders. Front page wood engraaving from 'Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 23 October 1886.
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GARFIELD ASSASSINATION.
'Washington D.C. - The attack on the president's life - Mrs. Smith supporting the president while awaiting the arrival of the ambulance.' Engraving from 'Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,' 16 July 1881.
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FRANK LESLIE (1821-1880).
American illustrator, journalist and publisher. Engraving, 1880.
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PHOTOGRAPHER, 1882.
A photographer trying to get a baby to smile for his picture. Engraving, American, 1882.
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BROOKLYN BRIDGE, 1883.
Construction workers lashing the stays on the Brooklyn Bridge. Front page of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 28 April 1883.
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SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, 1898.
'Uncle Sam's Latest Greatest Shortest War.' Cover of an American magazine, 1898, commemorating the country's swift victory in the Spanish-American War.
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USA / CHINA.
A political cartoon from 1882 showing a Chinese man being barred entry to the 'Golden Gate of Liberty'. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, vol. 54 , 1 April 18826.. Full credit: Pictures from History / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.