↓ Refine your search

Results

Books Glorious old flag, a reply to The bonnie blue flag. Auner's Printing Office, Philadelphia                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Ballad No. 2. Their trophies. By A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadephia, ... [1864]                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Gen. McLellan's farewell address to his army. By A. Anderson. Harris, Printer, 4th & Vine Street, Phila. 1862                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Maryland, my Maryland. Sep. Winner's music store, Phila. [c. 1862]                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books Our sweethearts at home. Words and music by Sep. Winner. Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila                                          Contributor: Winner, Septimus Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The battle of Cedar Creek, October 19th, 1864                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books The battle of the wilderness. Composed, published and sung by James D. Gay. ... Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Jefferson "D." By William B. Justice. A. T. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia. [c. 1862]                                          Contributor: Justice, Wm. B. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books New national hymn. Composed by an American widow, A. B. Clark. Tune--America. J. H. Johnson, Printer, ... Philad'a. April, 1864                                          Contributor: Clark, A. B. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The battle is o'er. By A. Anderson. Tune-"Soldier's dream." A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, [1863                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books The little ones. By Walter. Flag Ship Philadelphia, off Morris Island, October 24, 1863                                          Contributor: Walter Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863-10-24  
Books Midnight sentinel! By A. Anderson, Philadelphia. Air--Oft in the stilly night. March 2d, 1863                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Abe Lincoln's battle cry. By James D. Gay, the Celebrated Army Song Publisher and Vocalist, No. 300 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, Pa                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Ah! yes, I remember. An answer to "Ben Bolt." Original                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books How Sherman's veterans took Atlanta. Air- Lanigan's ball. ... No. 300 North 20th Street, Philadelphia. [c. 1864]                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The dying hero's request. By A. Anderson. Tune, as sung to Poor old slave. Harris, Printer, Phila. 1862                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books McClellan's battle & victory at Antietam, Md., Sept., 1862. By A. Anderson. Harris, Printer, S.E. corner Fourth and Vine Streets, Philada. [1862]                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books The Songs of many songs. Arranged and sung by A. Anderson. Tune.-Continental march, or captain with his whiskers                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Sheridan's ride. By Thomas Buchanan Read. Entered according to the act of Congress, in the year 1864, by J. Magee, 316 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Read, Thomas Buchanan Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The old Union wagon. Air: Wait for the wagon. No. 300 North 20 St., Phila., Pa. [c. 1864]                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books President's ball, by A. Anderson ... [Anderson] Sold at 420 South Tenth Street, Phila                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Song on the death of Colonel Ellsworth, the gallant Zouave. Tune- Resin the Bow, or Tippecanoe. Published and for sale by J. Magee, 316 Chesnut ...                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1861  
Books Gen. Grant's boys. 300 No. 20th Street, Philadelphia, Pa                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Grant's the man. Johnson, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 10th St., Phila                                          Contributor: Abdill, C. L. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Answer to the young conscript by his lady. By A. Anderson, Philad'a. Air-Who will care for mother now? A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, ...                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Song, on the death of President Abraham Lincoln. Tune.- Annie Laurie. By Silas S. Steele. J. Magee Chestnut St., Phila. [1865]                                          Contributor: Steele, Silas Sexton Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1865  
Books Gen. Grant's boys. By James D. Gay, the Celebrated Army Song Publisher and Vocalist, No. 300 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, Pa                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Liberty and Union forever. Song, on the death of president Abraham Lincoln. By Silas S. Steele. [J. Magee, 316 Chesnut St., Phila.] [c. 1865]                                          Contributor: Steele, Silas Sexton Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1865  
Books Clara Day. Johnon, Song Publisher, No. 7 N. 10th St., Phila. c. 1864                                          Contributor: Anderson, I. P. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books How are you, green backs? Johnson, Song Publisher, ... Phila. [c. 1863]                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books The Pennsylvanian battle cry! By T. A'Becket, author of "Columbia, the Gem of the ocean." Tune. "Gay and happy." Printed at Johnson's, No. 5 North ...                                          Contributor: Becket, Thomas A Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Columbia's glorious banner. By Wm. Sutherland. Winner & Co., ... No. 933 Spring Garden Street                                          Contributor: Sutherland, Wm. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books I wish the war was o'er! Air--Auld Lang Syne. By A. Anderson, Philadelphia, December, 1862                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books M'Clellan and victory!! Tune- "Dan Tucker." Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1862, by J. Magee, 316 Chesnut St., Phila                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books No Irish need apply. J. H. Johnson, Stationer & Printer, 7 N. 10th Street, Phila. [1862?]                                          Contributor: O'Neal, Kathleen Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books Ballad No. 2. Their trophies. By A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, 1864                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books In memory of Col. Ellsworth, fire Zouaves. Assassinated May 24th, 1861. Johnson, Song Publisher No. 7 N. 10th, Street, [Philadelphia.]                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1861  
Books Abe Lincoln's battle cry. By James D. Gay, the celebrated Army Song Publisher and Vocalist, No. 300 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, Pa                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books I cannot support him! Can you? Air--Rosin the bow. Composed by M. B. Ladd. James D. Gay celebrated army Song Publisher, Philadelphia, Pa. [c. 1864]                                          Contributor: Ladd, M. B. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books How are you? Conscript!! Hop de doodle doo. At the cheap book stand, Delaware Ave. bel. Market St. Philadelphia. [c. 1863]                                          Contributor: Felix, Don Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Gallant Pennsylvania 69th, Irish Volunteers. Johnson, Song Publisher, &c., N. Tenth St., 3 doors above Market Pa                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books The battle of the wilderness                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books President's ball. By A. Anderson. Sold at 420 South Street Phila                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Hurrah for Andrew Curtin. By Kate Moncrieff. Phila., Oct. 5, 1863                                          Contributor: Moncrieff, Kate Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Let me die at home. By A. Anderson, Tune- Farewell, 'tis a lonely sound. Phila. Oct. 1863                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Sheridan's ride. By Thomas Buchanan Read. Entered according to the act of Congress, by J. Magee, ... Phila. 1864                                          Contributor: Read, Thomas Buchanan Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The star of the North! Written by A. Anderson. Tune: Continental march. Harris, Printer, ... Phila                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books The girl I left behind me                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Comrades, join the reveille. Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 N. 10th St. Phila                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Ring merry bells! or The Union victory. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 St. ab. Arch, Philadelphia. [c. 1862]                                          Contributor: Hofford, M. L. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books The Rebel raid in Pennslyvania, or That's just so. Composed, published, and sung by James D. Gay, of Philadelphia, the celebrated Army Song Publisher. [c. ...                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Ballad No. 3. The Final victory. By A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth street, Philadelphia, 1864                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Sinking of the pirate Alabama. Written by Silas S. Steele. Esq. Tune, Teddy the Tiler, or, Cannibal Islands. J. Magee 316 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia. [c. ...                                          Contributor: Steele, Silas Sexton Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The old Union wagon. Air: Wait for the wagon. By James D. Gay, the Celebrated Army Song Publisher &c., No. 300 North 20th street, Philadelphia, ...                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books When the boys come marching home. Air- "Johnny fill up the bowl." A. Anderson, No. 420 So. Tenth street, Phihadelphia. [c. 1864]                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books The Pennsylvanian battle cry. By T. A' Becket, ... Sold wholesale and retail at J. H. Johnson, No. 7 Tenth Street, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Becket, Thomas A Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books How are you green backs? Johnson, Publisher of songs, ... Phila. [c. 1863]                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Ring, merry bells! or The Union victory, by M. L. Hofford. Marsh's music store, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Hofford, M. L. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books The young conscript and his lady. By A. Anderson ... Air: Who will care for Mother now? ... A. Anderson, Philadelphia ... Oct. 1863                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books The reveille. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, 110 North 10th. street., ab. Arch. Philadelphia. [c. 1862]                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books Lines on the death of the Hon. Col. E. D. Baker ... by A. C. Baker. Printed By W. Warren, sung publisher, Phila. [1861]                                          Contributor: Baker, A. C. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1861  
Books The rally cry of freedom. Tune- "Battle Cry of Freedom." James Magee, Publisher 316 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [c. 1864]                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books Abraham's daughter. J. H. Johnson, Song publisher, No.7 North Tenth St. Phila                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Irish volunteers. Penn'a's gallant 69th... Air--McKenney's dream. Johnson's Song Publisher, 7c., 3 doors above Market, Phila. [c. 1863]                                          Contributor: Fay, M. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books The soldier's reveille. [by] Sep. Winner, No. 531 N. Eighth. St. Phila., Johnson, Song Publisher, [1861]                                          Contributor: Winner, Septimus Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1861  
Books Bully for you. J. H. Johnson, Song publisher,&c., Phila                                          Contributor: Zieber, John L. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Ballad No. 2. Their trophies. By A. Anderson. Air: Johnny fill up the bowl ... A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth St. Philadelphia, 1864                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1864  
Books Shall we meet again. By C. Everest. Johnson, Song publisher...Phila                                          Contributor: Everest, C. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books The red, white & blue of '61. Magee's, Union Paper, and envelope store, 316 Chestnut St., ... Philad'a. [c. 1861]                                          Contributor: Gumpert, G. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Ballad No. 3. The final victory. See numbers one and two. By A. Anderson, No. 420 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Anderson, A. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books The battle of the wilderness                                          Contributor: Gay, James D. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Contraband's song of freedom. Auner's Printing Office, N. E. corner 11th & Market Sts. Philada, Pa. [c. 1865]                                          Contributor: Eastburn Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1865  
Books The star spangled banner! of 1861. Published by Stevens & Co., ... Phila                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1861  
Books Indian maid of the chapparal. Air- Mary Blane. Thomas M. Scroggy, Publisher, No. 443 Vine Street, above Twelfth, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Bombarger, George Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Jeff Davis on arming the nigger. By M. B. Ladd. Air--Happy land of Canaan. Johnson, printer, No. 7 North 10th Street. February, 1865                                          Contributor: Ladd, M. B. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1865  
Books Our country and flag. By M. L. Hofford. Lee & Walker, Phila. [c. 1862]                                          Contributor: Hofford, M. L. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1862  
Books The reveille. [by] Sep. Winner. A. W. Auner, Song Publisher, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Winner, Septimus Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1861  
Books The prisoner's release. W. R. Smith, Agt. ... Johnson, Song Publisher, 7 North Tenth St., Philad'a                                          Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - American Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books Yes, I would the the war were over. Answer to "When this cruel war is over." Words and music by Alice Hawthorne ... Johnson, Song ...                                          Contributor: Hawthorne, Alice Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1863  
Books Abraham's daughter. ... Johnson's No. 7 North Tenth Street, Philadelphia                                          Contributor: Emmet, Tony Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music  
Books It was on one Monday morning ... By B. W. Dugan. Air Hoist up the flag. J. H. Johnson, Printer, No 7 North 10th street, ...                                          Contributor: Dugan, B. W. Site: American Memory - America Singing: Nineteenth Century Song Sheets - The Library of Congress Celebrates the Songs of America - Rare Book and Special Collections Division - Performing Arts Encyclopedia - Civil War Song Sheets Original Format: Books - Notated Music Date: 1865