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

William C. Reynolds. 1856.

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William Reynolds, a supporter of the Republican Party, published this map during the presidential campaign of 1856. The map identifies slave, free, and “open to slavery” status, along with data such as political representation and number of slaves held.

Metadata Details
Item Type Map
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
Short Title Reynolds's Political Map, 1856
Place of Publication New York; Chicago
Publisher W.C. Reynolds and J.C. Jones ; Rufus Blanchard
Creator William C. Reynolds
Publication Date 1856
Call Number Map6F G3700 1856 .R4
Location Special Collections 4th floor