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Ralph Waldo Emerson.-From a photograph by Black
James Russell Lowell.—Redrawn from an engraving after
a daguerrotype. NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE.-From Howells's Literary Friends
and Acquaintance HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.-From an old print
PRESIDENTIAL TICKET, 1840.-From a photograph of the
William Henry Harrison.-From Lossing's Field-Book of
the War of 1812 Joseph STORY.-From an engraving after a portrait by Chester
CAMPAIGN SYMBOL 01 1849.-Redrawn from a copy of the
John Tyler.—Redrawn from an engraving from a daguerro
type THE HANCOCK HOUSE, Boston.—Redrawn from a sketch
made in 1833. Showing rail-fence around the Boston
Common, which was used originally as a cow pasture
in the New York Public Library
TITLE-PAGE OF “The Clay Songster.”—From a photo
graph from the original .
James K. Polk.—Redrawn from an old print
WINFIELD Scott.—From an engraving after a daguerrotype 121
THE DEPARTURE OF THE PHILADELPHIA VOLUNTEERS
PHILADELPHIA.— From a humorous drawing by F. 0. C.
drawing by Döpler, in llarper's Monthly Magazine.
Main STREET IN Austin, Texas, ABOUT 1845.-Redrawn from an old print .
126 SALMON PORTLAND CHASE.-From Harper's Monthly Magazine 127
Lewis Cass.-From Ilarper's Monthly Magazine
Thomas Wilson Dorr.-Redrawn from an old print
San Francisco, CALIFORNIA, IN 1848.-Redrawn from an
CASTLE GARDEN, New York, IN 1850.--From Harper's
Monthly Magazine .
EMIGRANT TRAIN CROSSING THE PLAINS.—Redrawn from an
A TYPICAL HOTEL IN THE MIDDLE MINES, CALIFORNIA, ABOUT
1850.-From a sketch from nature by A. V. S. Anthony 137
SLUICE WASHING FOR GOLD IN THE MIDDLE MINES, CALIFOR
NIA, ABOUT 1850.- From a sketch from nature by A. V.
OLD SPANISH FORT AT MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA, IN 1848.
From Harper's Monthly Magazine
LIST OF MAPS TERRITORIAL ACQUISITIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, 17831853 ..
28 TERRITORIAL CONTROVERSIES OF THE UNITED STATES, SETTLED BETWEEN 1783-1850 .
80 DISTRIBUTION OF THE POPULATION, 1840
Facing p. 246
EDWARD LIVINGSTON.- From a painting which hangs in Whig
Hall, Princeton University Livingston was Jackson'
from New York; a member of Congress from that state
A TYPICAL CHARLESTON (S. C.) MANSION, THE GEORGE
EVELEIGH House IN CHURCH STREET.–From Harper's
SAMUEL D. INGHAM.-From a lithograph. In 1829 President
Jackson appointed him Secretary of the Treasury, but he
JACKSON, WEBSTER, AND CLAY.-From an engraving by
THE UNITED STATES TREASURY Building.- From Harper's
Magazine, vol. xliv. Erected in 1800; burned by the
Amos KENDALL.-From Harper's Magazine, vol. lxix. Ken
dall was Postmaster-General (1835-40) in Jackson's
SCENE IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE IN THE THIRTIES.
HENRY CLAY SPEAKING. - From an engraving in the Print
William J. Duane. From a lithograph. Secretary of the
Treasury in 1833 and opposed to Jackson's action in the
ANDREW Jackson.-From an engraving by G. Kruell after
the lithograph by La Fosse; copyrighted by M. Knoed-
Facing P. 226
Levi WOODBURY.-From an engraving by G. F. Storm after
a drawing by J. B. Longacre. Leví Woodbury, chosen
BENJAMIN LUNDY.-From an engraving in the Print Collec
tion, New York Public Library. Lundy was born in
William Lloyd GARRISON.–From an engraving by H. W.
Smith. Founder of the Liberator at Boston in 1831, a
Caleb Cushing.–From a photograph by Gardner, Washing
ton, D. C. A colleague of J. Q. Adams in Congress, of