Scenes on a Cotton Plantation: Hoeing, engraving from Harper’s Weekly, February 2, 1867
Thomas Nast cartoon attacking white supremacy, 1874
Wade Hampton III, South Carolina senator after Reconstruction. Hampton was known as “The Savior of South Carolina” for his opposition to Reconstruction, which should tell you all you need to know about this guy.
Currier & Ives lithograph romanticizing the lives of slaves, 1872
Anti-Freedman’s Bureau poster, Reconstruction Era, probably 1866 or 1867.
Ku Klux Klan rider, Tennessee, 1868.
Note that he is not wearing a white costume. This was a phenomenon of the 2nd KKK of the 1920s. Early Klansmen often wore garish costumes intended to scare their targets.
White supremacist campaign poster, 1866