Soldiers Voting in the 1864 Presidential Election
In the 1864 election, some soldiers were sent home to vote, while others, for example those in New York and Ohio, could vote at machinery that was set up in the field. In this illustration, a Union soldier places his vote into a wooden barrel. This print was an illustration in the December 3, 1864 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
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