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War songs and poems of the Southern Confederacy, 1861-1865 : a collection of the most popular and impressive songs and poems of war times, dear to every Southern heart

Author: H M Wharton
Publisher: Edison, NJ. : Castle Books, 2000.
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Genre/Form: History
Music
Poetry
Songs
Text
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H M Wharton
ISBN: 0785812733 9780785812739
OCLC Number: 46240095
Notes: Originally pub. in 1904.
Description: 412 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Author's Reminiscences of War Days / H.M. Wharton --
The Bonnie Blue Flag --
The Confederacy / Jane T.H. Cross --
All Quiet Along the Potomac To-night / Lamar Fontaine --
Dixie / Albert Pike --
Georgia, My Georgia! / Carrie Bell Sinclair --
Our Faith in '61 / A.J. Requier --
Vicksburg-A Ballad / Paul H. Hayne --
Sonnet-The Avatar of Hell --
Captain Latane / John R. Thompson, of Virginia --
The Confederate Note / Major S.A Jones, of Mississippi Eulogy of the Dead / B.F. Porter, of Alabama --
Gendron Palmer, of the Holocombe Legion / Ina M. Porter, of Alabama --
The Silent March --
The Maryland Line / J.D. M'Cabe, Jr. --
General Albert Sidney Johnston / Mary Jervey, of Charleston --
"Stonewall" Jackson's Way --
Oh No, He'll Not Need Them Again --
Stack Arms / Jos. Blyth Alston --
Lorena --
Nellie Gray --
Ye Men of Alabama / John D. Phelan, of Montgomery, Alabama --
"Stonewall" Jackson --
Carolina. April 14, 1861 --
The Original "Dixie" --
Our Confederate Dead / a Lady of Augusta, Georgia --
The Southern Republic / Miss Thomas, of Mississippi --
Tell the Boys the War is Ended / Emily J. Moore --
President Davis / Jane T.H. Cross --
The Irrepressible Conflict --
South Carolina --
A Ballad of the War / George Herbert Sass, of Charleston, South Carolina --
Manassas / Catherine M. Warfield --
Charleston / Paul H. Hayne --
The Lone Sentry / James R. Randall --
The Sword of Robert Lee / Father Ryan --
A Prayer for Peace / S. Teacle Wallis, of Maryland --
The Southern Cross / St. George Tucker, of Virginia --
The Baltimore Grays --
The Rifleman's Fancy Shot --
Joe Johnston / John R. Thompson --
The Denominational Team / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
Over the River / Jane T. Cross --
Kentucky Required to Yield Her Arms / Boone --
There's Life in the Old Land Yet --
The Battle of Richmond / George Herbert Sass, Charleston, South Carolina --
The Guerrillas: a Southern War Song / S. Teacle Wallis, of Maryland --
Our Dead Heroes --
The Phantom Host / Father Ryan --
Ye Cavaliers of Dixie / Benj. F. Porter, of Alabama --
Not Doubtful of Your Fatherland --
Grave of Albert Sidney Johnston / J.B. Synnott --
Sonnet --
Cleburne / M.A. Jennings, of Alabama --
The Battle Rainbow / John R. Thompson, of Virginia --
Southern War Hymn / John A. Wagener, of South Carolina --
The Tree, the Serpent, and the Star / A.P. Gray, of South Carolina --
What the Village Bell Said / John G. M'Lemore, of South Carolina --
Song of Spring / John A. Wagener, of South Carolina --
"Stonewall" Jackson / H.L. Flash --
"Stonewall" Jackson --
A Dirge --
Little Giffin / Dr. Francis O. Ticknor --
Beaufort / W.J. Grayson, of South Carolina --
Old Moultrie / Catherine Gendron Poyas, of Charleston --
Only One Killed / Julia L. Keyes, Montgomery, Alabama --
The Land of King Cotton / J. Augustine Signaigo --
A Christmas of Long Ago / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
The Death of Jefferson Davis / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
Pro Memoria / Ina M. Porter, of Indiana --
The Southern Homes in Ruin / R.B. Vance, of N.C. --
The Rappahannock Army Song / John C. M'Lemore --
The Soldier in the Rain / Julia L. Keyes --
To Lily / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
Lincoln's Troops / A.G. Goodlett --
The Empty Sleeve / Dr. J.R. Bagby, of Virginia --
Chickamauga- "The Stream of Death" --
Savannah / Alethea S. Burroughs --
Dirge for Ashby / Mrs. M.J. Preston --
Only a Soldier's Grave / S.A. Jones, of Aberdeen, Mississippi --
Promise of Spring --
Spring / Henry Timrod --
Carolina / Henry Timrod --
The Voice of the South --
Battle Hymn --
Kentucky, She is Sold / J.R. Barbick, of Kentucky --
The Salkehatchie / Emily J. Moore --
The Knell Shall Sound Once More --
Libera Nos, O Domine! / James Barron Hope --
My Country / W.D. Porter, of South Carolina --
After the Battle / Miss Agnes Leonard --
Song of the Texas Rangers --
The Guerrilla Martyrs --
In Memoriam --
Let Us Cross Over the River --
Charge of Hagood's Brigade --
Mumford, the Martyr of New Orleans / Ina M. Porter, of Alabama --
The Cotton-Burners' Hymn --
Ashes of Glory / A.J. Requier --
Somebody's Darling / Marie La Coste, of Georgia --
Awake --
Arise! / G.W. Archer, M.D. --
The Texan Marseillaise / James Haines, of Texas --
My Maryland / Lamar Fontaine, Second Virginia Cavalry --
Old Betsy / John Killum --
The Beaufort Exile's Lament --
John Pegram / W. Gordon McCabe --
Captives Going Home --
Our Left at Manassas --
On the Heights of Mission Ridge / J. Augustine Signaigo --
On to Richmond / John R. Thompson, of Virginia --
Turner Ashby / John R. Thompson, of Virginia --
The Men / Maurice Bell --
A Rebel Soldier Killed in the Trenches Before Petersburg, VA., April 15, 1865 / a Kentucky Girl --
Battle of Hampton Roads / Ossian D. Gorman --
Katy Wells --
Ella Ree --
The Boy-Soldier --
The Two Armies / Henry Timrod --
Sonnet / a South Carolinian --
Battle of Belmont / J. Augustine Signaigo --
The Legion of Honor / H.L. Flash --
Clouds in the West / A.J. Requier, of Alabama --
The Oath of Freedom / James Barron Hope --
Enlisted To-Day --
Wouldst Thou Have Me Love Thee? / Alex B. Meek --
The War-Christian's Thanksgiving / George H. Miles, of Baltimore --
The Good Old Cause / John D. Phelan --
You Can Never Win Then Back / Catherine M. Warfield --
Charleston / Henry Timrod --
The Cotton Boll / Henry Timrod --
The Battle of Charleston Harbor / Paul H. Hayne --
Sumter in Ruins / W. Gilmore Simms --
Fort Wagner / W. Gilmore Simms --
Morris Island / W. Gilmore Simms --
Sacrifice --
Carolina / Anna Peyre Dinnies --
The Angel of the Church / W. Gilmore Simms --
The Cameo Bracelet / James S. Randall, of Maryland --
Zollicoffer / H.L. Flash, of Alabama --
Beuregard / Miss Warfield, of Mississippi --
The Fiend Unbound --
Dear Mother I've Come Home to Die / E. Bowers --
No Land Like Ours / J.R. Barrick, of Kentucky --
Reading the List / Anonymous --
O, Tempora! O, Mores! / John Dickson Bruns, M.D. --
Our Martyrs / Paul E. Hayne --
Our Departed Comrades / J. Marion Shirer --
The Broken Mug / John Esten Cooke / Melt the Bells / F.V. Rockett --
Sea-Weeds / Annie Chambers Ketchum --
The Mountain Partisan / Anonymous --
John Pelham / James R. Randall --
Ye Batteries of Beaurgard / J.R. Barrick, of Kentucky --
Virginia / Catherine M. Warfield --
When Peace Returns / Olivia Tully Thomas --
God Save the South / George H. Miles, of Baltimore --
The Southern Cross / E.K. Blunt --
The New Star / B.M. Anderson --
Give Back Thy Sword / Virginia to Winfield Scott --
Seventy-Six and Sixty-One --
John W. Overall, of Louisiana --
From the Rapidan --
1863 --
Is There, Then, No Hope For the Nations? --
Hymn to the National Flag / Mrs. M.J. Preston --
At Fort Pillow --
Jackson, the Alexandria Martyr / Wm. H. Holcombe, M.D., of Virginia --
Song of Our Glorious Southland / Mrs. Mary Ware --
Hospital Duties --
They Cry, Peace, Peace, When There is No Peace --
Ballad- What Have Ye Thought? --
Jackson --
Missing --
Sonnet --
Ode- Souls of Heroes --
The Old Rifleman / Frank Ticknor, of Georgia --
Sonnet-The Ship of State --
In His Blanket on the Ground / Caroline H. Gervais, Charleston --
The Unknown Dead / Henry Timrod --
England's Neutrality / John R. Thompson, of Richmond, Virginia --
The Sea-Kings of the South / Edward C. Bruce, of Winchester, Va. --
Close the Ranks / John L. O'Sullivan --
The Return --
Our Christmas Hymn / John Dickson, M.D., of Charleston, S.C. --
Christmas / Henry Timrod, of South Carolina --
Charleston / Miss E.B. Cheeseborough --
Gathering Song / Annie Chambers Ketchum --
The Band in the Pines / John Esten Cooke --
Captain Maffit's Ballad of the Sea --
The Pride of Battery B --
The Dead Man That Lay At My Door / A.L. Moore --
Moonstruck / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
The Right Above the Wrong / John W. Overall --
Carmen Triumphale / Henry Timrod --
Ode- Our City by the Sea / W. Gilmore Simms --
The Coat of Faded Gray / G.W. Harris --
'Twas Just Like Jim / L.W. Canady --
The Dying Soldier Boy / A.B. Cunningham, of Louisiana --
The Enemy Shall Never Reach Your City / Andrew Jackson --
A Farewell to Pope / John R. Thompson, of Virginia --
War-Waves / Catherine Gendron Poyas, of Charleston --
To a Dejected Friend / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
Ode- Shell the Old City! Shell! / W. Gilmore Simms --
The Lines Around Petersburg / Samuel Davis, of North Carolina --
All is Gone / Fadette --
The Foe at the Gates --
Charleston / J. Dickson Bruns, M.D. --
Bowing Her Head --
In the Land Where We Were Dreaming / D.B. Lucas, Esq., of Jefferson, Virginia --
Savannah Fallen / Alethea S. Burroughs, of Georgia --
Ballad- Yes, Build Your Walls --
Doffing the Gray / Lieutenant Falligant, of Savannah, Georgia --
Bull Run- a Parody --
To My Crewel Wife / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
When This Cruel War is Over --
Farewell to the Star-Spangled Banner --
Let Me Kiss Him For His Mother --
I Give My Soldier Boy a Blade / H.M.L. --
To Hon. Jefferson Davis / M.B. Wharton --
The Little Soldier / J.L. Molloy --
The Countersign --
Pop Goes the Weasel --
To My Soldier Brother / Sallie M. Ballard, of Texas --
The Soldier's Amen --
My Warrior boy --
The Southern Dead / Morton Bryan Wharton, D.D. --
If You Love Me / Augustine Signaigo --
The Contraband --
Is This a Time To Dance? --
Only a Private / F.W.D. --
Ode- Do Ye Quail? / W. Gilmore Simms --
General Dabney H. Maury / Rosewell Page --
The Southern Soldier Boy / Father Ryan --
The Conquered Banner / Father Abram J. Ryan, the Poet Priest of the South --
A Reply to the Conquered Banner / Sir Henry Houghton, Bart., England --
The Roll of Confederate States.
Responsibility: collected and retold with personal reminiscences of the war by H.M. Wharton.

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