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Let Me Hold It Till I Die. Song and Chorus.
(H.L. Story, 1864)
Music for the Union. Strike While the Iron is Hot.
(A.C. Peters & Bro., 69 West 4th St., 1864)
The National Hymn.
(William Lewers, No.3 Pacific Place (West 29th Street), 1861)
Gen. Stonewall Jackson's Grand March!
(A.E. Blackmar, 164 Canal Street, 1864)
The Star Spangled Banner.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1861)
Guard of Land & Sea. National Song & Chorus. [English and German words]
(W.M. Harlow, 77 Fourth St., 1863)
The National Rally. A New Patriotic Song.
(All Music Stores Throughout the State, 1863)
Our Flag is There.
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington Street, 1861)
Kentucky and Tennessee Join Hands. The Song of the South.
(Jas. A. M'Clure, 1861)
The Flag With Thirty Four Stars, or, Hurrah! For the Dear Old Flag With Every Stripe and Star. A Patriotic Song, with Chorus.
(A.C. Peters & Bro., No. 94 West fourth Str., opposite the Post Office, 1862)