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The New Orleans Plum, 1862

The New Orleans Plum, 1862


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The New Orleans Plum, 1862

The New Orleans Plum, 1862. During the previous year, the Federals under General McLellan had been defeated at the Battle of Bulls Run, also called Manassas Junction. The Federals retreated in some haste back to Washington. Here we see the Northern President, Abraham Lincoln, congratulating himself on the fact that at the end of April 1862, New Orleans surrendered to the Federal fleet. Apparently, General Butler issued a proclamation declaring that any women of the city who made any negative remark about his troops should be treated as prostitutes. There was outrage in England when the contents of the proclamation became known. From Punch, or the London Charivari, May 24, 1862

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