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The cartoon is a reproduction of a nineteenth century political cartoon that depicts Abraham Lincoln and a woman representing the South quarreling. A black man is also pictured in the background. The cartoon is in reference to the secession of South Carolina. The reproduction print has been removed from an unidentified bound volume. However, the original work appeared in the 28 September 1861 edition of Punch, a weekly British satirical magazine established in 1841 by wood engraver Ebenezer Landells and writer Henry Mayhew.
Internet Archive. https://archive.org/stream/punc186100lemouoft#page/126/mode/2up (accessed July 2, 2018). Punch. https://www.punch.co.uk/about/index (accessed July 2, 2018).
Justice Frank J. and Virginia Williams
Approximate Creation Date
10 1/4 X 13 inches
Materials and Techniques Display
ink on paper
Verso, below cartoon: 71 / A FAMILY QUARREL. / South Carolina seceded from the Union, December 20, 1861.
State succession; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
Print/reproduction (derivative object)
[Physical ID#]: [Title], Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, Mississippi State University Libraries.
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