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KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT, 1856.
The sacking of the Free Soil capital of Lawrence, Kansas by pro-slavery men on May 21, 1856: American engraving, 19th century.
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KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT, 1856.
Missourians on their way to plunder and burn the Free Soil capital of Lawrence, Kansas. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0037141
KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT, 1855.
Broadside of 1855 seeking delegates to attend a 'Free State' convention to address the slavery conflict in the Kansas Territory precipitated by the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
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KANSAS: LAWRENCE, 1856.
The sacking of the Free Soil capital of Lawrence, Kansas, by pro-slavery men on 21 May 1856. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1848.
Martin Van Buren and Charles Francis Adams as Free Soil Party candidates for President and Vice President on an 1848 campaign poster by Nathaniel Currier.
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0035625
KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT, c1854.
Broadside, c1854, calling a mass meeting of anti-slavery settlers to address 'the important questions now before the people of Kansas' as a result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
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KANSAS: LAWRENCE, 1856.
The sacking of the Free Soil capital of Lawrence, Kansas, by pro-slavery men on 21 May 1856. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1848.
Martin Van Burren and Charles Francis Adams as Free Soil Party candidates for President and Vice President on an 1848 campaign poster. Lithograph by Nathaniel Currier.
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0004991
KANSAS: BORDER RUFFIANS.
Missourians on their way to plunder and burn the Free Soil capital of Lawrence, Kansas, in 1856. Steel engraving, 1863, after Felix O.C. Darley.
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0015483
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1848.
A pro-Zachary Taylor lithograph cartoon of 1848, deriding Martin Van Buren's Free-Soil candidacy.
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KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT, 1856.
Missourians on their way to plunder and burn the Free Soil capital of Lawrence, Kansas, in 1856. Steel engraving, 19th century, after Felix O.C. Darley.
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0029852
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1852.
'Managing a Candidate.' American cartoon showing the Whig candidate, General Winfield Scott, carrying Senator William Henry Seward, an anti-slavery advocate, over the bridge to Washington, D.C. They are followed by Horace Greeley carrying a bowl of 'Free Soil Soup' for General Scott.
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BROADSIDE: BLEEDING KANSAS.
Broadside for a mass meeting to determine Kansas a free state, 1854.
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0035626
KANSAS-NEBRASKA ACT, 1855.
Broadside of 1855 seeking delegates to attend a 'Free State' convention to address the slavery conflict in the Kansas Territory precipitated by the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
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KANSAS-NEBRASKA MAP, 1854.
Detail of a map of the United States showing the Kansas and Nebraska territories as they appeared following passage of the Kansas-Nebreska Act in 1854.
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KANSAS: BORDER RUFFIANS.
Missourians on their way to plunder and burn the Free Soil capitol of Lawrence, Kansas, in 1856. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0076701
U.S. CONGRESS: HOUSE, 1856.
Northerners in the House gallery cheer the election of Massachusetts Free Soiler Nathaniel P. Banks as Speaker after a nine-week, 133-ballot deadlock, 2 February 1856. Contemporary wood engraving.
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KANSAS-NEBRASKA MAP, 1854.
Detail of a map of the United States showing the Kansas and Nebraska territories as they appeared following passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854.
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KANSAS: EARLY HOUSE, 1854.
House in Lawrence, Kansas, built by W.R. Lykins in 1854, which served as the polling place in the election of the first territorial legislature, when a thousand armed Missourians voted, March 1855. Line engraving, 1887, after a photograph.