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Choose from 110 pictures in our Lincoln collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Not Up to Time, 1862
Not Up to Time, 1862
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One Good Turn Deserves Another, 1862. Artist: John Tenniel
One Good Turn Deserves Another, 1862. Artist: John Tenniel
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Lincolns Two Difficulties, 1862
Lincolns Two Difficulties, 1862
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Drawing The Stumps, 1862. Artist: John Tenniel
Drawing The Stumps, 1862. Artist: John Tenniel
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The Latest from America, 1862
The Latest from America, 1862
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The New Orleans Plum, 1862
The New Orleans Plum, 1862
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Oberon and Titania, 1862
Oberon and Titania, 1862
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Retrogression (A Very Sad Picture), 1862
Retrogression (A Very Sad Picture), 1862
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Caesar Imperator!, 1861
Caesar Imperator!, 1861
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The American Difficulty, 1861
The American Difficulty, 1861
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Divorce A Vinculo, 1861
Divorce A Vinculo, 1861
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Over the Way, 1861
Over the Way, 1861
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Retrogression (A Very Sad Picture), 1862 Featured Image

Retrogression (A Very Sad Picture), 1862

Retrogression (A Very Sad Picture), 1862. War-Dance of the IOU Indian'. The American dancing in native feathers bears a striking resemblance to President Abraham Lincoln. Recently a number of American states and private debtors repudiated loans made to them by Britain. To accompany this cartoon, Punch ran an article headed The IOU Indian. Presented under the guise of a paper presented by the Ethnological Society, it tells how the first inhabitants of America were wise, brave and independent until the deteriorating effects of climate were enhanced by a vast infusion of inferior animalism, in the form of convict Irish, deboshed Germans, and the accumulated scum of other nations'. This mixture meant that the American had gradually lost the fine characteristics of his English descent, leaving him with only the savage propensities of one who plunders foreigners of their money and believes that the dollar is the Great First Cause of all his actions. From Punch, or the London Charivari, February 1, 1862

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The Genu-ine Othello, 1861
The Genu-ine Othello, 1861
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A Family Quarrel, 1861
A Family Quarrel, 1861
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