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"The Game is Ended," Raleigh News and Observer, November 10, 1898

Title

"The Game is Ended," Raleigh News and Observer, November 10, 1898

Description

On November 10, 1898 the Raleigh News and Observer published a political cartoon titled "The Game is Ended." The cartoon depicts former Republican North Carolina Governor William W. Holden and Democratic Party Chariman Furnifold Simmons finishing a game of chess. In the cartoon, Holden appears to be surprised to lose to Simmons in a game based on the color line—Holden playing for black political dominance, and Simmons playing for White Supremacy. The effectiveness of the White Supremacy Campaign in 1898 ended the question of partisan and race politics in North Carolina for the next half century. As far as the Democrats of 1898 could be concerned, however, the game was truly over.

Creator

Raleigh News and Observer

Source

"The Game is Ended." Cartoon. News and Observer. November 10, 1898. The North Carolina Election of 1898. North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. April 21, 2012, http://www.lib.unc.edu/ncc/1898/sources/cartoons/1110.html.

Date

1898-11-10

Contributor

Griffin, Kelsey

Type

Document

Coverage

Wake County

Text

"The Game is Ended"

Simmons: The White Men Win.

Holton: Great Steptoe, I Thought the Black Men Would Win.

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Citation

Raleigh News and Observer, "The Game is Ended," Raleigh News and Observer, November 10, 1898, Civil War Era NC, accessed September 25, 2017, https://cwnc.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/items/show/484.