Swearing-in of U.S. Marshals Swearing-in of federal deputy marshals—white and black—on October 28, 1870. Eleven days later, these officials would help oversee the first equal manhood suffrage election in New York's history. From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 19, 1870.

From Jim Crow New York: a documentary history of race and citizenship, 1777-1877 by David N. Gellman and David Quigley

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  • Figure 13 Swearing-in of U.S. Marshals Swearing-in of federal deputy marshals—white and black—on October 28, 1870. Eleven days later, these officials would help oversee the first equal manhood suffrage election in New York's history. From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 19, 1870.