Caucus Curs in Full Yell, or a War-Whoop to Saddle on the People a Papoose President political cartoon, circa 1824

In response to the criticism directed towards Andrew Jackson by the Republican nominee William Crawford, who is supported by Martin Van Buren, Jackson stands tall in his uniform while surrounded by many vicious dogs. The dogs surrounding Jackson represent the many Newspapers opposed to Jacksonian po...

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Collection:Historical Society of Pennsylvania large graphics collection (#V65)
Date:1824
Alternate Date:Circa 1824
Call Number:Bc 612 C 31
Format: Electronic
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Online Access:https://digitallibrary.hsp.org/index.php/Detail/objects/11526
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Summary: In response to the criticism directed towards Andrew Jackson by the Republican nominee William Crawford, who is supported by Martin Van Buren, Jackson stands tall in his uniform while surrounded by many vicious dogs. The dogs surrounding Jackson represent the many Newspapers opposed to Jacksonian policies.  Uncle Sam also pictured.

An etching with aquatint and engraving by James Akin.  A critical commentary on the press treatment of Andrew Jackson, and a commentary on nominating candidates by caucus.