Book/Printed Material Equal suffrage song sheaf
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- Equal suffrage song sheaf
- Rayé-Smith, Eugénie M. (Eugénie Marie), -1914, author
- Shaw, Anna Howard, 1847-1919, dedicatee
Created / Published
- Richmond Hill, New York City : Eugénie M. Rayé-Smith, 
- Suffrage success song and march (Barnby's We march, we march to victory) -- Might of all this land, arise (Hail Columbia) -- The cause, brave strong and true (The red, white and blue) -- March of men of justice (Men of Harlech) -- God bless our noble cause (Russian hymn) -- Votes for women sure to win (Yankee doodle) -- There's nothing to stop us from voting (We won't go home until morning) -- Marching to victory and freedom (Marching through Georgia) -- Woman's song of union (Suwanee River) -- Sing of woman free (John Brown's body) -- Bring it to pass in the year (Bring back my Bonnie) -- Song of the harrassed man voter (Wearing of the green) -- Welcome to thee (Wedding march from Lohengrin) -- Womanhood, true womanhood (Maryland, my Maryland) -- When woman comes to her own (When Johnny comes marching home) -- Set your daughters free (Wait for the wagon) -- How can such things be? (Oh, Susannah) -- Plea to the legislators--Men in law halls (Austria) -- In the name of the state (Bonnie Dundee) -- Next election day (Tramp, tramp) -- On the way to vote (Coming thro' the rye) -- The homeland guard (The watch on the Rhine) -- The call of home and country (The Marseillaise) -- There is a voter in the town (There is a tavern) -- At the gateway (The Lorelei).
- - Women--Suffrage--United States--Songs and music--Texts
- - Popular music--United States--1911-1920--Texts
- Song texts
- - A327843 U.S. Copyright Office 1912
- - Women's suffrage lyrics sung to the tune of popular songs.
- - "Dedicated to our leader in the land Rev. Anna Howard Shaw"--T.p. verso.
- 20 pages ; 18 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
- M1664.W8 R39
Library of Congress Control Number
- online text
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Chicago citation style:
Rayé-Smith, Eugénie M. , -1914, Author, and Anna Howard Shaw. Equal Suffrage Song Sheaf. [Richmond Hill, New York City: Eugénie M. Rayé-Smith, ©, 1912] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017562122/.
APA citation style:
Rayé-Smith, E. M. & Shaw, A. H. (1912) Equal Suffrage Song Sheaf. [Richmond Hill, New York City: Eugénie M. Rayé-Smith, ©] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2017562122/.
MLA citation style:
Rayé-Smith, Eugénie M. , -1914, Author, and Anna Howard Shaw. Equal Suffrage Song Sheaf. [Richmond Hill, New York City: Eugénie M. Rayé-Smith, ©, 1912] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2017562122/>.