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English: "Uncle Sam and his servants", an anti-Tyler satire, lampooning the incumbent's efforts to secure a second term against challengers Henry Clay and James Polk. Signed: H. Bucholzer, published by James Baillie in New York, 1844.
Date 1844
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Author H. Bucholzer


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