1876 - Porcineograph of the USA

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The Porcineograph boasts a central map, depicting the United States in the shape of a pig, with Maine as the snout and the Florida and Baja peninsulas as the legs. Cuba is represented as a sausage, while the Sandwich Islands are portrayed as a mouth-watering cluster of sandwiches. The "GEHOGRAPHY," as the author aptly dubs it, is adorned with the seals of each state and the names of their delectable pork-based dishes. Two vignettes at the bottom left and right showcase pivotal moments in American history, both involving pigs, which led to significant legal or legislative changes.

Laminated option: Printed onto high quality poster paper and laminated for durability.