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Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
September 01, 1861

Sub-entries:  
- Bull Run (Manassas), first battle of, as a bull
"HOW IT WAS THAT JEFF DAVIS DIDN'T TAKE WASHINGTON."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
February 01, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885, as a sheepdog
- slavery as a black sheep
"THE PET LAMB AND THE BLACK SHEEP; OR, THE UNHAPPY SHEPHERD."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
March 01, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- peace as a dove
"CALLING IN VAIN."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
May 01, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- secession as an alligator
"THE LAST ACT OF THE DRAMA--GRAND TABLEAU."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
June 01, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- people, the, as a gull
"SINBAD LINCOLN AND THE OLD MAN OF THE SEA."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
June 01, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- slaves as a blackbird
"A HUMANE BUT OFFICIOUS HUNTER."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
July 01, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Anaconda Plan as a snake
"SURROUNDED."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
January 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Confederate foreign recognition as a goose
- Confederate independence as a goose
"THE WINTER OF THEIR DISCONTENT--JEFF AND HIS LIEUTENANT OVERTAKEN IN A SNOWSTORM--OF BALLOTS."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
April 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889, as a black sheep
"THE REBEL BLACK SHEEP WHO WENT FOR WOOL, AND GOT SHORN."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
May 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Copperheads (Peace Democrats) as a snake
"AFTER THE WAR.--UNCLE SAM'S COLLEGE--THE NOODLES AND DOODLES OF EUROPE GETTING A NOTION OR TWO."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
July 01, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889, as a rat
"UNCLE SAM COGITATES."


Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun
January 01, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- rats feeding on army cloth
[REFORM.]


Punch
January 11, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865, as a raccoon
"'UP A TREE.' COLONEL BULL AND THE YANKEE 'COON.'"


Punch
December 03, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865, as a phoenix
"THE FEDERAL PHOENIX."


Fun
February 21, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Chase, Salmon Portland, 1808-1873, with donkey ears
"YANKEE PANCAKES."


Fun
May 09, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865, as a dog
"HONEST ABE'S RUDDER."


Fun
May 30, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Fremont, John Charles, 1813-1890, as a racehorse
- Hooker, Joseph, 1814-1879, as a racehorse
- McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885, as a racehorse
"THE SETTLING DAY."


The Funniest of Phun
April 01, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Copperheads (Peace Democrats) as a snake
"THE HEROD OF THE 19TH CENTURY."


The Funniest of Phun
July 01, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Georgia (March to the Sea) as a dove
- peace as a dove
[THIS IS THE ONLY NET TO CATCH THAT BIRD WITH.]


The Funniest of Phun
July 01, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Border States as animal skulls
- Confederate States as a hydra
- secession (rebellion) as a hydra
- slavery as a hydra
"THE GLOVED HERO OF EMANCIPATION WAITING FOR THE INDISPENSABLE NECESSITY."


Harper's Weekly
November 12, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865, as a horse
- McClellan, George Brinton, 1826-1885, as a horse
"DON'T SWAP HORSES."


Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper
February 21, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889, as a bird
"THE BAD BIRD AND THE MUDSILL."


New York Illustrated News
November 08, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- Bull Run (Manassas), second battle of, as a bull
- Hooker, Joseph, 1814-1879, as a bull
"THE LAST JOKE ON HOOKER."


New York Illustrated News
April 02, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Confederate states as chicks
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889, as a hen
- Union states as eaglets
"MR. LINCOLN'S GREAT NATIONAL JOKE--TRYING TO MAKE THE REBELS ACKNOWLEDGE THE CORN."


Vanity Fair
November 16, 1861

Sub-entries:  
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889, as a fish
- Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883, as a fish
"MR. LINCOLN TO ENGLAND, FRANCE AND SPAIN."


Vanity Fair
September 06, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- Black Americans as a monkey
"THE MONOTONOUS MINSTREL."


Vanity Fair
October 04, 1862

Sub-entries:  
- slaves as caged blackbirds
"WHAT WILL HE DO WITH THEM?"


Yankee Notions
February 01, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- rebellion as a donkey, mule, or ass
[AN OLD STORY IN A NEW SHAPE.]


Yankee Notions
October 01, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- John Bull as a pelican
- Napoleon III, 1808-1873, as a blackbird
"GETTING AT THE ROOT OF IT."


 

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