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O'Connell's Call and Pat's Replay

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Date made: 1843
Maker: Robinson, Henry R.
Place: New York, New York
Image size: Image: 12 1/2 x 19 in.; 31.75 x 48.26 cm
ID number: DL*60.3331
Negative number: 2003-19790


Color print of a scene depicting a conversation between a man (Daniel O'Connell) standing in Ireland on the left side of the print, and a stereotypical Irish-American family (a man named "Patrick", his wife, three children and dog) located on the right side of the print on farm land labeled "America." O'Connell leans on a stick labeled "Agitation" and speaks into a horn labeled "Abolition." He is being chastised by a gentleman or policeman in blue and a British "Redcoat." The Irish-American farmer expresses his opinion about the benefits of being in America. Additional dialog and phrases appear on the print.