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Th. Nast, his period and his pictures, by Albert Bigelow Paine

Label
Th. Nast, his period and his pictures
Title
Th. Nast, his period and his pictures
Statement of responsibility
by Albert Bigelow Paine
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Thomas Nast was a political cartoonist whose pencil was mightier than any sword. His work was so popular that it helped shape much of the political policy of the 1860s and 1870s. This biography, originally published in 1904, serves up his life as well as the times in which he practiced his art
Member of
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1861-1937
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Paine, Albert Bigelow
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
LC call number
NC1429.N3
LC item number
P3 1974
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Nast, Thomas
  • Nast, Thomas
  • Cartoonists
  • Cartoons
  • Cartoonists
  • United States
Label
Th. Nast, his period and his pictures, by Albert Bigelow Paine
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Published in 1980 under title: Thomas Nast
  • Reprint of the 1904 ed. published by Macmillan, New York
  • Includes indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • On the way to Garibaldi (1860)
  • With Garibaldi (1860)
  • On to Naples (1860)
  • Home (1861)
  • pt. 2:
  • The Patriot
  • Meeting Abraham Lincoln (1861)
  • The Days of conflict (1861-3)
  • In the draft riots (1863)
  • The War's last days (1864-5)
  • pt. 1:
  • Reconstruction (1865-6)
  • National politics and domestic happiness (1867-8)
  • A Campaign and a recognition (1868)
  • The Beginnings of a crusade (1869)
  • pt. 3:
  • The Reformer
  • The Ring in its glory (1870)
  • The Proofs of guilt (1871)
  • The Ring's battle for life (1871)
  • The Collapse of the ring (1871)
  • The Rover
  • After the battle (1871)
  • A Little lad of Landau (1840)
  • A New land and a new life (1846)
  • In the way of art (1855)
  • At Leslie's (1856)
  • Love and a long journey (1859)
  • The Heenan-Sayers fight (1860)
  • Credit Mobilier, and inauguration (1873)
  • A Trip abroad and an engagement at home (1873)
  • A March of triumph and much profit (1873)
  • The Skirmish line of events (1873)
  • New symbols and Caesarism (1874)
  • Various issues and opposing policies (1875)
  • Politics and a notable escape (1875)
  • The Heavy burden laid upon Grant (1876)
  • An Exposition, a campaign and a capture (1876)
  • An Election and a contest (1876)
  • pt. 4:
  • The Defender
  • "Anything to beat Grant" (1872)
  • Nast, Curtis, and a conflict of policies (1872)
  • Washington honors and some lessons in statesmanship (1872)
  • Grant and Wilson, and Greeley and Brown (1872)
  • A Campaign of caricature (1872)
  • Quiet and congratulations (1873)
  • Quiet issues and a notable return (1878)
  • Chronicles -- domestic and political (1880)
  • The Great convention of 1880 (1880)
  • "Tariff for revenue only" (1880)
  • A National feud and a tragedy (1881)
  • The Dawn of reform (1882)
  • A Period of investment and rest (1883)
  • The Brewing of political revolt (1884)
  • A Wreck and a revelation (1884)
  • A Mighty making of history (1884)
  • pt. 5:
  • For president, Grover Cleveland (1884)
  • The Upheaval of 1884 (1884)
  • Again in the lecture field (1884)
  • Cleveland and reform (1885)
  • The Final year (1886)
  • pt. 6:
  • The Consul
  • At the end of power (1887)
  • A Paper of his own at last (1889-93)
  • The Last congenial occupations (1894-1901)
  • The Statesman
  • The Consul (1902)
  • At the end of the long journey
  • Index to text
  • Index to illustrations
  • A Distinguished guest and a great loss (1877)
  • A Defeat and a triumph (1877)
  • The First battle for gold (1878)
  • A Dull spring and a trip abroad (1878)
  • The Tribune cipher disclosures (1878)
  • A Testimonial from the Army and Navy (1870)
Control code
1073402
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 583, xx pages, [1] leaf of plates
Isbn
9780878610792
Lccn
74080488
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1073402
Label
Th. Nast, his period and his pictures, by Albert Bigelow Paine
Publication
Note
  • Published in 1980 under title: Thomas Nast
  • Reprint of the 1904 ed. published by Macmillan, New York
  • Includes indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • On the way to Garibaldi (1860)
  • With Garibaldi (1860)
  • On to Naples (1860)
  • Home (1861)
  • pt. 2:
  • The Patriot
  • Meeting Abraham Lincoln (1861)
  • The Days of conflict (1861-3)
  • In the draft riots (1863)
  • The War's last days (1864-5)
  • pt. 1:
  • Reconstruction (1865-6)
  • National politics and domestic happiness (1867-8)
  • A Campaign and a recognition (1868)
  • The Beginnings of a crusade (1869)
  • pt. 3:
  • The Reformer
  • The Ring in its glory (1870)
  • The Proofs of guilt (1871)
  • The Ring's battle for life (1871)
  • The Collapse of the ring (1871)
  • The Rover
  • After the battle (1871)
  • A Little lad of Landau (1840)
  • A New land and a new life (1846)
  • In the way of art (1855)
  • At Leslie's (1856)
  • Love and a long journey (1859)
  • The Heenan-Sayers fight (1860)
  • Credit Mobilier, and inauguration (1873)
  • A Trip abroad and an engagement at home (1873)
  • A March of triumph and much profit (1873)
  • The Skirmish line of events (1873)
  • New symbols and Caesarism (1874)
  • Various issues and opposing policies (1875)
  • Politics and a notable escape (1875)
  • The Heavy burden laid upon Grant (1876)
  • An Exposition, a campaign and a capture (1876)
  • An Election and a contest (1876)
  • pt. 4:
  • The Defender
  • "Anything to beat Grant" (1872)
  • Nast, Curtis, and a conflict of policies (1872)
  • Washington honors and some lessons in statesmanship (1872)
  • Grant and Wilson, and Greeley and Brown (1872)
  • A Campaign of caricature (1872)
  • Quiet and congratulations (1873)
  • Quiet issues and a notable return (1878)
  • Chronicles -- domestic and political (1880)
  • The Great convention of 1880 (1880)
  • "Tariff for revenue only" (1880)
  • A National feud and a tragedy (1881)
  • The Dawn of reform (1882)
  • A Period of investment and rest (1883)
  • The Brewing of political revolt (1884)
  • A Wreck and a revelation (1884)
  • A Mighty making of history (1884)
  • pt. 5:
  • For president, Grover Cleveland (1884)
  • The Upheaval of 1884 (1884)
  • Again in the lecture field (1884)
  • Cleveland and reform (1885)
  • The Final year (1886)
  • pt. 6:
  • The Consul
  • At the end of power (1887)
  • A Paper of his own at last (1889-93)
  • The Last congenial occupations (1894-1901)
  • The Statesman
  • The Consul (1902)
  • At the end of the long journey
  • Index to text
  • Index to illustrations
  • A Distinguished guest and a great loss (1877)
  • A Defeat and a triumph (1877)
  • The First battle for gold (1878)
  • A Dull spring and a trip abroad (1878)
  • The Tribune cipher disclosures (1878)
  • A Testimonial from the Army and Navy (1870)
Control code
1073402
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 583, xx pages, [1] leaf of plates
Isbn
9780878610792
Lccn
74080488
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1073402
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