What Are We Going to Do About It? In COMPLETE ISSUE of Harper's Weekly. July 21, 1883. IMMIGRATION / CANADA / FISHING / LOUISIANA.
What Are We Going to Do About It? In COMPLETE ISSUE of Harper's Weekly. July 21, 1883.
What Are We Going to Do About It? In COMPLETE ISSUE of Harper's Weekly. July 21, 1883.
What Are We Going to Do About It? In COMPLETE ISSUE of Harper's Weekly. July 21, 1883.

What Are We Going to Do About It? In COMPLETE ISSUE of Harper's Weekly. July 21, 1883.

Rogers, W. A.; A. B. Frost et al (illus).
New York. Harper's Weekly. 07-21- 1883.
Vol. XXVII. No. 1387. Full page wood engraving, cover illustration, 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches on 15 3/4 x 11 inch sheet, in COMPLETE DISBOUND ISSUE of Harper's Weekly magazine, July 21, 1883. Engraving in very good condition. Small address label fixed to back page of magazine, 1 1/4 inch tear with paper loss to left edge of back page; magazine in overall very good condition. The political cartoon by W. A. Rogers features Britannia sneaking a child over the fence between Canada and the United States, with Canada's connivance. The issue adressed is Canada's sending "feeble" Irish immigrants with "neither money nor friends" to the United States. It is clear from the depiction that the Irish newcomers would be resented whether they were moneyed or not. Also included is a full-page collection of images of Lousiana's sugar industry by J. O. Davidson, as well as the drawing "Salmon-Fishing in Canadian Waters" by A. B. Frost, and "Sketches in Atlantic City" by F. B. Schell. Item #55911

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