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    • Southern wagon

    • Beauregard, G. T. (Gustave Toutant), 1818-1893; Broadsides; Confederate States of America; Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889; Fort Sumter (Charleston, S.C.) Siege, 1861; Political ballads and songs; Stephens, Alexander Hamilton, 1812-1883; United...
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "The Southern Wagon." This broadside is an advertisement to join the Confederacy, the "Southern wagon" of the verses. It mentions Jeff. Davis and Alexander Stephens, president and vice president of the...
    • Victory at last

    • Broadsides; Heaven; Hymns; Religious poetry;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Victory at Last," containing the words of a Christian hymn. The hymn portrays Christians as soldiers in Christ's army ("our Saviour is our Captain"). With the world as their battlefield, the Bible as...
    • Our Union flag

    • Broadsides; Flags; Hanby, Benjamin Russel, 1833-1867; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Our Union Flag" sung to the B. R. Hanby tune "[Darling] Nellie Grey" (also spelled "Nelly Gray"). Written by "a lady of Baltimore," this broadside is an answer to the pro-Confederate broadside entitled...
    • Dear liberty or Maryland will be free

    • Broadsides; Confederate States of America; Maryland--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Dear Liberty or Maryland Will Be Free" sung to the tune "Carry me back to old Virginny." This broadside proclaims that Maryland citizens have lost their liberty but that one day soon the Civil War will...
    • Sandy haired Mary

    • Braham, David, 1838-1905; Broadsides; Carncross' Minstrels; Carncross, J. L. (John L.), b. 1834?; Dougherty, Hughey, b. 1845; Harrigan, Edward, 1844-1911; Irish Americans; Love; Songs;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Sandy Haired Mary." This broadside tells the story of Mr. Grogan, a young man living in Mrs. Dooley's boarding house, and of Mrs. Dooley's young sandy-haired maid Mary Daly, with whom he has fallen in...
    • Baltimore rebel song

    • Broadsides; Confederate States of America; Flags; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "The Baltimore Rebel Song." This broadside calls on the boys of the South to rally around the Confederate flag referred to as the "Red and White," and compares the American Civil War to the American War...
    • Fourth of July Union song

    • Broadsides; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Fourth of July Union Song" sung to the tune "Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled." (The lyrics to the Scottish tune were written in 1793 by the Scottish poet Robert Burns about the Battle of Bannockburn in...
    • There is life in old Maryland yet

    • Broadsides; Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861; Confederate States of America; Flags; Maryland--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and songs; Ridgely, N. G. (Nicholas Greenberry), 1841-1882; United States--History--Civil War,...
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "There Is Life in Old Maryland Yet" written by "Cola" (a pseudonym used by Nicholas Greenberry Ridgely, a Baltimore satirist). Printed in Baltimore during the Civil War, this broadside employs a refrain...
    • Debt

    • Broadsides; Confederate States of America; Death; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "The debt." This broadside recounts the debt that the men of Maryland who supported Southern views owe to those who betrayed them and insulted their families, threw them into prison, and fought against...
    • In Maryland, my Maryland!

    • Beauregard, G. T. (Gustave Toutant), 1818-1893; Bradford, Augustus W. (Augustus Williamson), 1806-1881; Broadsides; Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889; Flags; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Maryland--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and...
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "In Maryland, My Maryland." This broadside, the Union answer to the Confederate poem entitled "Maryland, My Maryland" written by James Ryder Randall, claims Union soldiers are true soldiers just like...
    • On the fight of the first Maryland regiment

    • Broadsides; Front Royal, Battle of, Va., 1862; Johnson, Bradley T. (Bradley Tyler), 1829-1903; Kenly, John Reese, 1822-1891; Maryland--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and songs; War...
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "On the Fight of the First Maryland Regiment." This Union broadside tells of the bravery of the First Maryland Infantry (U.S.A.) commanded by John R. Kenly in its fight against the First Maryland Infantry...
    • Our left

    • Broadsides; Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861; Elzey, Arnold, 1816-1871; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and songs; Ticknor, Francis Orray, 1822-1874; ; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Our Left" written by Francis Orray Ticknor under the pseudonym "Ole Secesh." This broadside tells of the exploits of Arnold Elzey, a "Maryland hero," and of the First Maryland Infantry (C.S.A.) at the...
    • Our southern flag

    • Broadsides; Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861; Flags; Hanby, Benjamin Russel, 1833-1867; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and songs; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Our Southern Flag" sung to the B. R. Hanby tune "[Darling] Nellie Grey" (also spelled "Nelly Gray"). Written by a "Baltimore rebel," this broadside uses the Confederate flag as a symbol of, and metaphor...
    • Richmond taken

    • Broadsides; Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Richmond Taken" sung to the tune "The Days When We Went Gipsying" composed by N. J. Sporle (1812-1853). The title of this broadside is used ironically, in that the broadside purports to tell the story of...

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