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Person/Title Description Repository/Source
Adams, John copy of painting (artist not identified in online description). National Archives
NWDNS-148-CD-4(15)
Adams, John Quincy copy of painting (artist not identified in online description). National Archives
NWDNS-148-GW-795
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, by Mark Twain, 1884, frontispiece artist: Edward Windsor Kemble. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-98767
Allen, Richard   Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University
Beecher, Catharine E.   website: An American Family: The Beecher Tradition, from the Newman Library, Baruch College
Boudinot, Elias (Buck Watie)   Courtesy of Paul Ridenour; genealogy page of the Stand Watie and Elias Boudinot Family
Bryant, William Cullen between 1851 and 1860; produced by Mathew Brady Studio. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-110144
Buchanan, James ca. 1860-ca. 1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4157
Calhoun, John C. ca. 1860-1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4211
Capt. Clark and his men shooting bears Etching by Patrick Gass in A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of a Corps of Discovery, 1810. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-19233
Carpenter, ca. 1850 created between 1840 and 1860. Occupational portrait of a carpenter, three-quarter length, seated, facing front, holding hammer and nail, on a chair at his side are a saw, box plane, and measuring device. Library of Congress
LC-USZC4-3947
Cass, Lewis A. ca. 1860-1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4127
Church spire Congregational Church, Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts; July 18, 1936. Library of Congress
LOT 12736, no. 1335
Clay, Henry between 1850 and 1852. Produced by Mathew Brady's studio. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-109953
Cooper, James Fenimore ca. 1860-1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4271
David Walker's Appeal, 1848, title page and frontispiece title page and frontispiece showing slave on top of mountain, with his hands raised to paper labelled "libertas justitia" which appears in sky; New York : Printed by J.H. Tobitt, 1848. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-105530
de Tocqueville, Alexis   website: Democrats in America, from American Studies at the University of Virginia
Dorr, Thomas W. [Title of photo: Unidentified man, probably Thomas Wilson Dorr] between 1844 and 1854. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-110140
Douglass, Frederick ca. 1879. National Archives
NWDNS-FL-FL-22
Emerson, Ralph Waldo   RWE.org (digital image). The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. (Established: December 8, 1997; updated continuously). Description: RWE.org presents Ralph Waldo Emerson's Works, Essays, Books, Lectures, Addresses, Commentary, PalmPilot Readable Docs, Poems and Uncollected Prose. New York, NY: Jim Manley [jim@rwe.org], Web Designer/Author. Retrieved 11-2001 from the World Wide Web:
http://www.rwe.org.
"Farewell to the Star-Spangled Banner" sheet music cover, Richmond, 186-. First line: "Let tyrants and slaves submissively tremble"; Chorus: "Farewell forever the star spangled banner"; dedicated to the Army and Navy of the C.S.A. Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University
Library of Congress, digital collection: Historic American Sheet Music: 1850-1920; Conf. Music #181
Fern Leaves from Fanny's Portfolio, by Fanny Fern (Sara Parton), 1853, frontispiece   Courtesy of Pat Pflieger, website: Voices from 19th Century America
Fillmore, Millard   National Archives
NWDNS-111-BA-1628
Freneau, Philip   site: American Poems, by Gunnar Bengtsson
Harrison, William Henry copy of painting (artist not identified in online description). National Archives
NWDNS-111-SC-92615
Hawthorne, Nathaniel between 1850 and 1855; produced by Mathew Brady Studio. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-109922
Jackson, Andrew ca. 1860-1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4209
Jackson, Andrew: "King Andrew the First" caricature (lithograph), probably issued during fall of 1833. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-1562
Jacobs, Harriet   Incidents in the Life a Slave Girl, full text, from American Studies at the University of Virginia
Jefferson, Thomas copy of painting by Thomas Sully. National Archives
NWDNS-148-GW-910C
Jones, Charles Colcock   Savannah Morning News
Kansas City, Missouri, 1846 copy of "Westport Landing," sketch by William Henry Jackson, 1846. National Archives
NRE-79-PS(SB)(PHO)-1846
Landing of U.S. Marines and Sailors, Yerba Buena, Mexico, July 9, 1846 copy of painting by Capolino. National Archives
NWDNS-127-N-308884
Madison, James copy of painting by Gilbert Stuart. National Archives
NWDNS-148-CC-1
Monroe, James copy of painting by Gilbert Stuart. National Archives
NWDNS-148-GW-912B
"Mothers Look Out For Your Children" poster circulated in Philadelphia in 1839. National Archives
NWDNS-30-N-46-1957
Niles, Hezekiah   website: Niles and the New South; Dr. William Kovarik
Parker, Theodore   Theodore Parker Web Site
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart   image of angel sculpture from The Online Archive of 19th-Century U.S. Women's Writings:
site creator: Glynis Carr, Dept. of English, Bucknell University
Pierce, Franklin copy of engraving (artist not identified in online description). National Archives
NWDNS-59-PP-14
Recollections of a Southern Matron, by Caroline Gilman, 1838, frontispiece   digital collection: Documenting the American South from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
Ross, John lithograph, 1843. Library of Congress
LC-USZC4-3156
Salt Lake City, 1869 United States Geological Survey. Hayden Survey. National Archives
NWDNS-57-HS-41
Santa Fe Trail: Town of Greenhorn, Colorado, 1889 photograph by Davis Photo. Digital collection: History of the American West, 1860-1920
Library of Congress
X-9216
Second General Epistle of the Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1849, page one   Western Americana Collection,
Princeton University Library
Seminole chief, Tuko-See-Mathla plate from The Indian Tribes of North America, by T. L. McKenney and J. H. Hall, Philadelphia, 1843. Library of Congress
LC-USZC4-2904
Seward, William Henry ca. 1860-ca. 1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4204
Slave family, five generations, on Smith's Plantation, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1862   Library of Congress
LC-B8171-152-A+
Sociology for the South, by George Fitzhugh, 1854, frontispiece   digital collection: Documenting the American South from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady 1856, with daughter Harriot; photograph, made between 1890 and 1910, of a daguerreotype taken in 1856. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-48965
"The Star Spangled Banner" Sheet music cover, Philadelphia, 1861. Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University

Digital image from Library of Congress, digital collection: Historic American Sheet Music: 1850-1920. Music #1443
Stowe, Harriet Beecher   Library of Congress / Ohio Historical Society
"The Taking of the City of Washington," 1814 copy of engraving (artist not identified in online description). National Archives
NWDNS-148-GW-478
Taylor, Zachary ca. 1860-ca. 1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-3489
Thoreau, Henry David   website: The Thoreau Reader
"Turning the Jack" Illustration from Flush Times (by James Baldwin Glover, 1854); artist unidentified. digital collection: Documenting the American South from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries
U.S. Capitol under construction, 1860   National Archives
NWDNS-111-BA-1480
Van Buren, Martin ca. 1860-ca. 1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-4142
Webster, Daniel between 1845 and 1849; produced by Mathew Brady Studio. Library of Congress
LC-USZ62-110179
Whitman, Walt ca. 1860-1865. War Dept., U.S. Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. Photographer, Mathew Brady Studio. National Archives
NWDNS-111-B-1672

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