Below are pictured virtually every existing sculpture that John Rogers published in plaster, including variations. Variations were particular groups where, for either aesthetic or structural reasons, Rogers decided to make a change to the original composition of the statue and from that time forward only sold casting of the "new and improved" version. An example would be the three variations of "Council of War" in which the position of Stanton’s hands have been changed.
There are a few pieces that Rogers is known to have published, such as "The Farmer’s Home" for which no copy has been located and for which no photograph was available. If examples of these pieces are ever discovered, they will be added to the gallery below.