|Title||Extract from the Reconstructed Constitution of La.|
|Caption||Reconstructed Constitution of the State of Louisiana|
|Scope & Content||
This now-rare lithographed broadside celebrating a gallery of Louisiana's black Reconstruction officials, including Caesar C. Antoine, around a portrait of Oscar J. Dunn, the first black lieutenant governor hung in thousands of black homes in the 19th century.
"Extract from the Reconstructed Constitution of the State of Louisiana with Portraits of the Distinguished Members of the Convention and Assembly A.D. 1868" Contains illustrations of prominent African Americans in office. Plain black wooden frame.
Antoine, Caesar C.
Dunn, Oscar J.
Louisiana Politics and Government
|Lexicon category||8: Communication Artifact|
|Lexicon sub-category||Documentary Artifact|