Presidential election 1860
- Presidential election 1860
These reconstructed maps, precursors to contemporary news maps which provide instantaneous updates to election returns, depict the results of the Presidential election in 1860. This map, which was prepared for the nation’s first historical atlas, highlights the political tensions that underlay the strong sectional differences contributing to the Civil War. The 1860 race, won by Republican Abraham Lincoln, had four major candidates, two supported by the North and two by the South.
- Paullin, Charles Oscar, 1868 or 1869-1944
- Wright, John Kirtland, 1891-1969
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
[Washington, D.C.] :
Carnegie Institution of Washington
From "Atlas of the historical geography of the United States" of 1932.
Exhibited: "Torn in Two: The 150th Anniversary of the Civil War" organized by the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library, 2011.
- 1 map : color ; 16 x 23 cm
Scale not given
- Call #:
G1201.S1 P3 1932
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