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'Columbia's Sewing-Machine', 1864. Britannia says: Ah, my dear Columbia, it's all very well; But you'll find it difficult to join that neatly. The American Civil War was nowhere near a conclusion and the two sides were as bitterly opposed as ever. Here, a matronly Mrs Britannia looks at a girlish Columbia who sits holding a map representing the torn and divided States of America. From Punch, or the London Charivari, October 1, 1864.
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