Dividing the National Map

Title: Dividing the National Map
Description: Satirical illustration parodying the four candidates of the 1860 presidential election. Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas tear at the western part of the country, John C. Breckinridge tears at the southern part of the map, while John Bell attempts to glue the map back together with a comically small jar of glue.
Date original: ca. 1860
Document Type: image
Publication Statement: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2008661606/
Organization location: No known copyright restrictions.
Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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