Resources: A Buchanan Bibliography
Cartoons & Caricatures about James Buchanan
Buck Chase of 1856, The. Philadelphia: J. Childs, 1856.
  “Buck” Taking the “Pot”. c1856.
  Democratic Platform, The. c1856.
  Fancied Security, or the Rats on a Bender. c1856.
  Folly of Secession, The. c1860.
  Highly Unsuccessful Performance, by Dismal Jemmy. New York: Currier & Ives, c1860.
  Little Bo-Peep and Her Foolish Sheep. Strong’s Dime Caricatures. —No. 2. New York: T. W. Strong, 1861.
  Maurer, Louis. The “Ostend Doctrine,” Practical Democrats Carrying out the Principle. New York: Currier & Ives, 1854.
  Modern Belshazzar, The. Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before. King Buchanan Sees the “Handwriting on the Wall”—the Doom of the Great Democracy. c1860.
  Political “Blondins” Crossing Salt River. New York: Currier & Ives, 1860.
  Shall I Vote for Ten Cents a Day? Philadelphia: I. Childs, 1856.
  South Carolina’s “Ultimatum”. New York: Currier & Ives, 1861.
  Storming the Castle, “Old Abe” on Guard. New York: Currier & Ives, 1860.
  Wanted, by the “United Democracy,” a Long Pull, a Strong Pull, and a Pull Altogether. c1856.
  Woolf, Michael Angelo. Our National Bird as It Appeared When Handed to James Buchanan, March 4, 1857. The Identical Bird as It Appeared, A.D. 1861. New York: Thomas W. Strong. 1861.