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    • An Account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson

    • Broadsides--1820-1830; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Packenham, Sir Edward; Soldiers--British; Coffins; Presidents--Election--1828; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829--Sources; Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; United States--History--War...
    • Anti-Andrew Jackson broadside, circulated during the 1828 presidential campaign. Features black coffins to represent British soldiers who died.
    • An Account of some of the bloody deeds of General Jackson

    • Broadsides--1820-1830; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Packenham, Sir Edward; Soldiers--British; Coffins; Presidents--Election--1828; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829--Sources; Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; United States--History--War...
    • Beneath the title are 184 black coffins of varying sizes, and in the center of the page is a coffin-shaped cartouche containing the text titled "Sacred to the Memory of Sir E. Packenham and 2500 Officers and Soldiers of His Majesty the King of...
    • Is Jackson fit to be President? / Read what follows, and judge ye!

    • Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Presidents--Election--1828; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829--Sources; United States--History--War of 1812; Handbills--1820-1830
    • Handbill printed by Andrew Jackson's opponents in the 1828 presidential election against John Quincy Adams that tells the story of Andrew Jackson's brawl with Thomas Hart Benton and others in Nashville, asking if the political opponents of "the...
    • Facts Concerning the Six Militia Men and General Jackson

    • Broadsides--1820-1830; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Monroe, James, 1758-1831; Blount, Willie, 1768-1835; Harris, William, 1792-1861; Presidents--Election--1828; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829--Sources; United States--History--War...
    • This broadside tells the story of the six militia men (John Harris, John Webb, David Morrow, Henry Lewis, David Hunt, and Edward Lindsay, all of the Tennessee Militia), making liberal use of official documents of the War Department in a way...
    • Monumental Inscriptions!

    • Broadsides--1820-1830; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Coffins; Military deserters; Presidents--Election--1828; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829--Sources; Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; United States--History--War of 1812
    • This so-called "coffin broadside" was printed during the 1828 Presidential campaign. It tells voters that candidate Andrew Jackson is unfit for the office of President, having "illegally and wantonly shed the blood of his countrymen and fellow...
    • A Brief Account of the Execution Of the Six Militia Men.

    • Broadsides--1820-1830; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Coffins; Military deserters; Presidents--Election--1828; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829--Sources; Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848; United States--History--War of 1812
    • "Coffin" broadside or handbill used by those who opposed Andrew Jackson and supported John Quincy Adams in the 1828 US Presidential election. This broadside was printed as an addition to the Democratic Press newspaper, Philadelphia, John Binns,...
    • Mary Louise McMurran letter, 1856 November 12

    • McMurran, Alie Austen, d. 1899.; Quitman, John Anthony, 1798-1858.; Buchanan, James, 1791-1868.; Presidents--United States--Election--1856.; Plantations--Mississippi.
    • Letter from Mary Louise McMurran, Melrose, Natchez, to Alie Austen McMurran, Riverside Plantation, Miss., regarding her keeping a list of calling cards left for Alie so she can return calls; the Democratic celebration at Monmouth (John Quitman's...
    • Stephen Ellis letter, 1852 October 28

    • Ellis, C. J.; Scott, Winfield, 1786-1866.; Slavery--Political aspects--Louisiana.; Presidents--United States--Election--1852.; Louisiana--Politics and government--1803-1865.
    • Letter from Stephen Ellis in Franklinton, La., to his brother, C.J. Ellis. Stephen says he's the only ""Scott"" man in the parish. He supports the new state constitution but notes ""powerful opposition"" to it.""There are people here that believe...
    • William T. Johnson and family papers. Volume 22, diary, 1844-1845.

    • Free African Americans--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American families--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American plantation owners--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American businesspeople--Mississippi--Natchez.; African American...
    • The diary of William T. Johnson, a free man of color, records his daily activities for the years 1844-1845. The entries discuss the weather in Natchez, Mississippi, news of enslaved persons and runaways, Johnson's business activities, and news in...
    • Eugène Dumez letter, 1864 December 16

    • Vignaud, Henry, 1830-1922.; Presidents--United States--Election--1864.; Public relations--Confederate States of America.; News agencies--Confederate States of America.; French newspapers--Louisiana.; United States--History--Civil War,...
    • Letter from Eugène Dumez, St. John the Baptist Parish, La., to Henry Vignaud states that Lincolns reelection means a continuation of the war. He reveals in detail a plan to assist the Southern cause: Establishing in Washington, D.C., daily...
    • Letter, James Monroe, Oak Hill [Loudon County, Va.], to "Dear Sir"

    • Monroe, James, 1758-1831--Correspondence; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Presidents--Election--1828;United States--History--1815-1861; United States--Politics and government--1825-1829
    • Letter mentioning Andrew Jackson's gallant defense of New Orleans, and advising the addressee not to publish his correspondence with Jackson, or testimonials of him, which might be seen by the public as an attempt to influence the impending...
    • Report of main guard mounted at Mobile

    • United States--History--War of 1812; Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845; Mobile (Ala.)--History--War of 1812; Presidents--Election--1828; Soldiers--Tennessee
    • Lists supplies on hand, names and other information of prisoners, including the fact that six were sentenced to death. Recorded by Lieutenant Robert Gray, Officer of the Day, [3rd Regiment of East Tennessee Drafted Militia]. At the bottom of the...
    • Dick Gregory Campaign Money

    • Gregory, Dick; African Americans--Civil rights--Humor, caricatures, etc.; United States--Politics and government--1963-1969; Presidents--United States--Election--1968
    • Campaign money issued by Dick Gregory during his candidacy for President of the United States as a write-in candidate of the Freedom and Peace Party.

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