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1867 Harpers Weekly - Nast- Andrew Johnson as Prometheus bound; Bounties on USA

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Harper's Weekly
Original Print

March 2, 1867

Andrew Johnson is bound by the Supreme Court and the press to do what is right while under attack; the article below the print shows named union officers who have bounties on their head to be killed. 

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This original print is excellent with minor tears along the edge. 12X16" Thomas Nast drew for Harper's Weekly from 1862 to 1886, but it was his vitriolic attacks on Boss Tweed and Tammany Hall beginning in 1871 that sent him to the apex of his fame.

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