1876 Presidential Election Cartoons

'Hard Money' Allen Thurman finds the Greenback Faction Growing in Strength

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1876 Election: Senator Carl Shurz and Whitelaw Reid (NY Tribune Editor) Support Hayes' Presidential Bid

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1876 Election: Tilden-Hendricks Democratic Nomination Contradicts itself on Fiscal Policy

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1876 Election: Tilden the Democratic Nominee 'Between Two Fires'

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1876 Election: An Eventual Pyrrhic Victory for Hayes and Republicans

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Abram Hewitt as Don Quixote Unhorsed after Electoral Disputes of 1876

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Manton Marble and the Scandal of Tilden's Presidency Bid

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Citizen as Lion turned Lamb- Satire on Election Day Apathy

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Cold Water Poured on Henry Watterson's Call for Peaceful March on Washington

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1876 Election: Ballot Box Kicked about in the 'National Game'

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Ulysses S Grant Emphasises his Reluctance to Take up Third Term

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Samuel Tilden's Attempt to Bribe his way to the Presidency Uncovered by NY Tribune

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1876 Election: The 'Reformed' Democratic Ticket of Hendricks-Tilden

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The 'Rag Baby' of Greenback Party will not be Still

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Henry Watterson (Louisville Courier-Journal Editor) Softened on Disputed Election by Birth of his Son

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