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Robert Blackwell, fl. 1861
Original Acrostics on All the States and Presidents of the United States, and Various Other Subjects, Religious, Political, and Personal. Illustrated with Portraits of All the Presidents, and Engravings of Various Other Kinds.
Nashville, Tenn.: Published for the Author, 1861.
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Robert Blackwell.
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Part I. Presidents.

Presidents.

George Washington.

John Adams.

Thomas Jefferson.

James Madison.

James Monroe.

John Quincy Adams

Andrew Jackson.

Martin Van Buren.

William H. Harrison.

John Tyler.

James K. Polk .

Zachary Taylor.

Millard Fillmore.

Franklin Pierce.

James Buchanan.

Abraham Lincoln.

Part II. States and Territories.

The United States.

Maine. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1820.
POPULATION IN 1860, 619,958.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 35,000.

New Hampshire. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 327,072.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES 9,200.

Vermont. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1792.
POPULATION IN 1860, 315,827.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 10,213.

Massachusetts. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 1,231,494.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 7,800.

Rhode Island. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 174,621.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 1,306.

Connecticut. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 460,670.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 4,750.

New York. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 3,851,663.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 47,000.

New Jersey. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 676,084.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 8,300.

Pennsylvania. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 2,916,018.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 46,000.

Delaware. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 110,618 WHITES,
POPULATION IN 1860, 1,803 BLACKS.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 2,120.

Maryland. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 646,783 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 85,382 BLACKS.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 11,124.

District of Columbia. THE CAPITOL
POPULATION OF THE ENTIRE DISTRICT, IN 1860, 75,321.
POPULATION OF WASHINGTON CITY, 61,403.

Virginia. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN
POPULATION IN 1860, 1,097,373 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 495,826 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 61,362.

North Carolina. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 679,965 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 328,377 BLACKS.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 50,704.

South Carolina. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 308,186 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 408,185 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 34,000.
SETTLED IN 1670.

Georgia. ONE OF THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN.
POPULATION IN 1860, 615,336 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 467,461 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 58,000.

Florida. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1845.
POPULATION IN 1860, 81,885 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 63,809 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 59,263.

Alabama. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1820.
POPULATION IN 1860, 520,744 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 435,473 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 59,268.

Mississippi. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1817.
POPULATION IN 1860, 407,551 WHITES. 479,607 BLACKS.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 47,156.

Louisiana. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1812.
POPULATION IN 1860, 354,245 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 312,186 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 41,346.

Texas. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1845.
POPULATION IN 1860, 415,999 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 184,966 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 274,356.

California. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1850.
POPULATION IN 1860, 384,770.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 188,981.

Tennessee. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1796.
POPULATION IN 1860, 859,528 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 287,112 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 46,000.

Arkansas. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1836.
POPULATION IN 1860, 531,710 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 109,065 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 52,196.

Missouri. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1837.
POPULATION IN 1860, 1,085,590 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 113,619 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 65,350.

Kentucky. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1792.
POPULATION IN 1860, 920,077 WHITES.
POPULATION IN 1860, 225,490 SLAVES.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 37,680.

Ohio. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1802.
POPULATION IN 1860, 2,350,802.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 39,964.

Indiana. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1816.
POPULATION IN 1860, 1,370,802.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 33,809.

Illinois. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1818.
POPULATION IN 1860, 1,691,238.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 53,410.

Michigan. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1836.
POPULATION IN 1860, 754,291.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 56,453.

Wisconsin. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1848.
POPULATION IN 1860, 768,485.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 53,924.

Iowa. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1846.
POPULATION IN 1860, 682,202.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 55,046.

Minnesota. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1858.
POPULATION IN 1860, 172,793.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 83,591.

Oregon. ADMITTED INTO THE UNION, 1857.
POPULATION IN 1860, 52,566.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 95,274.

Utah. ERECTED INTO A TERRITORY, 1850.
POPULATION IN 1860, 50,000.
NUMBER OF SQUARE MILES, 187,923.

Part III. Persons and Things.

Patrick Henry.

Winfield Scott.

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John C. Calhoun

Honored John S. Phelps.

The Ladies of Jackson.

Springfield, Mo.

The Ladies of Canton, Mississippi.

Memphis, Tennessee.

Fayetteville, Arkansas

New Orleans.

Yazoo City, Mississippi.

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S. A. Douglas, Of Illinois.

Cars.

John Bell.

Edward Everett.

Owen Van Vacter.

Almighty God.

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My Mother, Elizabeth P. Blackwell.

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Elizabeth Dean

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Adaline Trotter, Of North Carolina.

S. R. Childs, Of Canton, Miss.

Rum.

Brandy.

Whisky.

Marriage.

The Atlantic Cable.

Malissa Thompson, Of Carroll County, Miss.

News!!

Sarah P. Moon, Of Madison County, Miss.

Ann Howard, Of Conway Co., Ark.

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Fanny Smith, Of Springfield, Mo.

Colin J. Lilly, Of North Carolina.

Jesus.

Sarah E. Flowers, Of Choctaw County, Miss.

Atlanta.

Murfreesboro'.

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AMELIA A. FLOWERS,
Of Choctaw County, Miss.

Emma Thomas, Of Sunflower, Miss.

The Steam Press.

Tea.

Ruth, The Moabitess.

Augusta.

THE CAPITOL OF TENNESSEE. Nashville.

Bible.

The Ladies of Nashville.

John L. Blackwell,
My Youngest Brother.

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The Two Oddities.

The Chase.

Secession.

Hope.

Stephen Thompson, Of Carroll County, Miss.

Charles Cosgrove, WHO WAS HUNG AT LITTLE ROCK, JUNE, 1858, FOR KILLING A MAN FOR HIS MONEY.

John Brown, The old Abolitionist.

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