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Freedmen (emancipated slaves)

Punch
January 24, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Davis, Jefferson Finis, 1808-1889
- Emancipation Proclamation and
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- Union military service
"SCENE FROM THE AMERICAN 'TEMPEST.'"


Punch
August 08, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Emancipation Proclamation and
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- New York City draft riots and
- violence against
"'ROWDY' NOTIONS OF EMANCIPATION."


Punch
May 06, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Britannia and
- Columbia and
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- mourning the death of Lincoln
"BRITANNIA SYMPATHISES WITH COLUMBIA."


The Funniest of Phun
July 01, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Emancipation Proclamation and
- families
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- Thirteenth Amendment and
"THE GLOVED HERO OF EMANCIPATION WAITING FOR THE INDISPENSABLE NECESSITY."


Harper's Weekly
January 24, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- education
- Emancipation Proclamation and
- families
- wage-earning
"THE EMANCIPATION OF THE NEGROES, JANUARY, 1863--THE PAST AND THE FUTURE."


Harper's Weekly
December 05, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Columbia and
- holidays, Thanksgiving Day
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- prayer and praying
"THANKSGIVING-DAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1863."


Harper's Weekly
December 03, 1864

Sub-entries:  
- Columbia and
- holidays, Thanksgiving Day
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- Maryland, abolition of slavery in
[THANKSGIVING-DAY NOVEMBER 24, 1864.]


Harper's Weekly
June 10, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- families
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- prayer and praying
[ABRAHAM LINCOLN: OUR MARTYRED PRESIDENT.]


Harper's Weekly
June 24, 1865

Sub-entries:  
- Civil War memory and remembrance
- Columbia and
- Grant, Ulysses Simpson, 1822-1885
- Justice (female symbol) and
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- Peace (female symbol) and
- statue of
- Union victory and
- Victory (female symbol) and
[OUR ARMS VICTORIOUS.]


Southern Punch
December 26, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Union military service
"FATE OF THE CONTRABANDS."


Southern Punch
October 10, 1863

Sub-entries:  
- Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- racial equality and
- Union military service
"SCENE IN A YANKEE BARBER SHOP."


 

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