Reynolds's Political Map of the United States

Title: Reynolds's Political Map of the United States
Alternate title: Reynolds's Political Map of the United States, Designed to Exhibit the Comparative Area of the Free and Slave States and the Territory Open to Slavery or Freedom by the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise
Description: Printed on map: "Designed to exhibit the comparative area of the free and slave states and the territory open to slavery or freedom by the repeal of the Missouri compromise. With a comparison of the principal statistics of the free and slave states, from the census of 1850." Political map delineating the slave states, free states, and open territories, ca. 1856. The maps were created as political propaganda for the first Republican Party candidate for President, John C. Fremont, whose likeness is visible in the upper left corner of the map.
Date original: ca. 1856
Person: John C. Fremont
Document Type: map
Publication Statement: http://www.loc.gov/item/2003627003
Organization location: No known copyright restrictions
Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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