James E. and Joan Singer Schiele Print Collection, 1848-1876.
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Reading and Mendle Rooms  
V. Emancipation & Reconstruction [series]:


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1. The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation Before the Cabinet from the original picture painted at the White House in 1864. ()
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2. Reading the Emancipation Proclamation (25 x 23-3/4 inches, matted.)
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3. Contrabands Coming Into Our Lines, Under the Proclamation (15-7/8 x 10-7/8 inches,unmatted.)
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4. Arrival of a Federal Column at a Planter's House in Dixie (19x 14 inches, matted.)
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5. Dedicated to the Chicago Convention; compromise with the South (19-1/8 x 14 inches,matted.)
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6. Abraham Lincoln Entering Richmond, April 3, 1865 (11-1/8 x 9-5/8 inches,matted.)
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7. Convention or Massacre, Which is the More Illegal? (14x 19 inches, matted.)
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8. Playing Possum (18-3/4 x 13-3/4 inches, matted.)
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9. Andrew Johnson's Reconstruction, and how it works (19-3/4 x 26-1/2 inches, matted.)
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10. Bound to Shine!! (19-1/4 x16-3/8 inches, matted.)
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11. A Negro Funeral in Virginia (15-3/4 x 11 inches,unmatted.)
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12. The Negro Exodus -- The Old Style and the New (16-1/2 x 11-5/8 inches,unmatted.)
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13. The Proclamation of Emancipation (21x 26 inches, matted.)
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14. William H. Seward ()
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15. The Declaration of Independence on Cloth, 1886. (24-7/8 x20-3/8 inches, unmatted.)   

On cloth.

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16. Emancipation (27x 21 inches, matted.)
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17. President Lincoln and His Cabinet. Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation. (33-1/4 x 27-3/8 inches,matted.)
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18. Marching On! - The Fifty-Fifth Massachusetts Colored Regiment singing John Brown's March in the streets of Charleston ()
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19. Morning Mustering of the "Contrabands" (21-1/4 x 15 inches,matted.)
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20. Patience on a Monument (15-1/2 x 20-1/2 inches,matted.)
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21. The Fifteenth Amendment ()
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22. "He Wants to Vote the Democratic Ticket!" (20-3/8 x 16 inches,matted.)
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23. Decision in the Dred Scott Case (35x 23 inches, unmatted.)
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24. Contrabands Coming into Camp in Consequence of the Proclamation (18-1/2 x13-3/4 inches, matted.)
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25. The Emancipation Proclamation (12 x17 inches, matted.)
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26. Scene on a Mississippi River Steamer - "The Parting Song" (15-1/2 x 11inches, unmatted.)
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27. World Renowned Plantation Songs (14-1/4 x 18-1/8 inches,matted.)
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28. The Last Stand (24 x 18-3/4inches, matted.)
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29. How We Won the Battle (23-3/8 x 20-3/8 inches,matted.)
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30. This is a White Man's Government (10-3/4 x15-7/8 inches, unmatted.)
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31. The Ignorant Vote - Honors are Easy (11-1/8 x16-1/8 inches, unmatted.)
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32. A Shell in the Rebel Trenches (14-7/8 x10-3/8 inches, unmatted.)
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33. Freedom to the slaves. ()
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34. Rumsey's Darktown hook and ladder corps. Going to the front. ()
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35. Pulling down the statue of George III. By the "Sons of Freedom". ()
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36. The Broken Shackles. ()
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37. The Christmas Dinner Gone! ()
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38. Scene on a Southern Plantation ()
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39. Exciting scene in the House of Representatives, January 31st, 1865, on the passage of the Amendment to the constitution abolishing slavery forever. ()
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40. All the difference in the world. ()
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41. Southern sketches-- A gentleman of color. ()
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42. The coaching season in Blackville--The grand start. ()
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43. Negroes hiding in the swamps of Louisiana. ()
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44. The boss of the road. ()
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45. Plantation police, or home-guard, examining passes on the road leading to the levee of the Mississippi River. ()
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46. “Is this a Republican form of government? Is this protecting life, liberty, or property? Is this the equal protection of the laws?” ()
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47. “No small breed fer yer Uncle Abe dis Chris’mas Ain’t he a cherub?” ()
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48. ‘Possums and persimmons. ()   

Vol. 29, no. 1465.

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49. The Fifteenth Amendment. ()   

Copy.

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50. New Year's contraband ball at Vicksburg, Miss., during the siege. (13 1/2 x 18 1/4 inches, matted.)   

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