The Thomas Nast
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LIST OF ENGRAVINGS       

The Civil War

Emancipation - January 24, 1863
Southern Chivalry -  February 7, 1863
The Press On The Field - April 30, 1864
Compromise With the South - September 3, 1864
The Chicago Platform - October 15, 1864
How Copperheads Obtain Their Votes - November 12, 1864
Election Day - November 12, 1864
The Union Christmas Dinner - December 31, 1864

Reconstruction And Equal Rights

Pardon And Franchise - August 5, 1865
Ampitheatrum Johnsonainum - July 30, 1866
Reconstruction And How It Works - September 1, 1866
Tearful Convention - September 29, 1866
King Andy - November 3, 1866
Slavery Is Dead - January 12, 1867
Southern Justice - March 23, 1867
Tyrannical Military Despotism - May 2,5 1867
Reconstruction - August 15, 1868
This Is A White Man’s Government - September 5, 1868
Lead Us Not Into Temptation - September 19, 1868
Patience On A Monument - October 10, 1868
Dignity And Impudence - October 24, 1868
Uncle Sam’s Thanksgiving Dinner - November 20, 1869
Time Works Wonders - April 9, 1870
The Chinese Question - February 18, 1871
Move On - April 22, 1871
Republican And Democratic Principles - May 6, 1871
Colored  Rule in a Reconstructed State - March 14, 1874
Political Assassinations - September 13, 1874
Worse Than Slavery - October 24, 1874
The Pure Good White Shepherd - April 3, 1875
The Civil Rights Bill - April 24, 1875
Animal Hoax - May 22, 1875
Declairation Of Equality -August 12, 1876
The Bloody Shirt Reformed - August 12, 1876
Is This A Republican Form Of Government - September 2, 1876
He Wants A Change Too - October 24, 1868
The Color Line Still Exists - January 18, 1879
Every Dog Has His Day -February 8, 1879

Elections of 1868 and 1872

Both Sides Of The Question - October 24, 1868
Unconditional Surrender Grant - November 21, 1868
The Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing - September 14, 1872
Satan Don’t Get Thee Behind Me - November 9, 1872
Clasping Hands Over The Bloodless Sarchasm - November 23, 1872

Boss Tweed

The Power Behind The Throne - October 29, 1870
Two Great Questions - August 19, 1871
The Rich Growing Richer - September 2, 1871
Wholesale And Retail - September 16, 1871
Let Us Prey -September 23, 1871
Too Thin - September 30, 1871
Stop Thief - October 7, 1871
Strength In Counting - October 7, 1871
Empty And Full - October 14, 1871
The Only Thing They Respect or Fear - October 21, 1871
The Brains - October 21, 1871
Going Through the Form of Universal Suffrage - November 25, 1871
The Tammany Tiger Loose - November 11, 1871
What Are You Laughing At? - November 25, 1871
Something That Did Blow Over - November 25, 1871
Can The Law Reach Him? - January 6, 1872
Tweed-Le-Dee and Tilden-Dum - July 1, 1876

Symbols

A Live Jackass Kicking A Dead Lion (The first donkey) - January 15, 1870
Military Glory - November 12, 1870
A Burden He Has To Shoulder - October 24, 1874
The Third-Term Panic (The first elephant) - November 7, 1874
Caught In A Trap (The second elephant) - November 21, 1874
Now Gnaw Away - December 5, 1874
Stranger Things Have Happened (First donkey & elephant together) -December 27, 1879
The American River Ganges - May 8, 1875
Another Such Victory And I Am Undone - March 24, 1877
The Lightning Speed Of Honesty - November 24, 1877
The Ass And The Charger - January 25, 1879
The Sacred Elephant - March 8, 1884
Feathering Nests - March 27, 1886

Self Portraits

The Meeting Of Nast And Watterson - March 29, 1873
Where There Is An Evil There Is A Remedy - November 8, 1873
We Are Not Proud - June 19, 1875
Continue That I Broached In Jest - June 24, 1876
Why We Laugh - July 8, 1876
No Rest For The Wicked - December 2, 1876
Nay Patience, Or We Break The Sinews - May 3, 1877
Our Patient Artist - November 30, 1878
Our Artist Trying To Think Of Something Funny - July 19, 1879

Santa Claus

Santa Claus In Camp (The first Santa) - January 3, 1863
Merry Christmas To All - December 30, 1865     
Merry Old Santa Claus - January 1, 1881

                      

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