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The roll of the Brave.
(John Cole, 1826)
Close the Ranks Firmly. Song for the Union.
(Wm. Dressler, 933 Broadway, 1860)
To Arms! To Arms! April 15th, 1861.
(Thos. Birch & Son, 521 Sixth Ave., 1861)
Yes! I Would the War Were Over. Answer to "When This Cruel War is Over."
(Winner & Co., 933 Spring Garden St., Near Tenth, north side, 1863)
(Th. A. Schmidt, 1863)
The Head of the Nation McClellan Shall Be. "McClellan And Union" Campaign Song.
(Wm. A. Pond & Co., 547 Broadway, 1864)
Huzza! Huzza! Our Union Forever. A National Song & Chorus.
(Lee & Walker, 722 Chesnut St., 1862)
Where Liberty Dwells There is My Country. A Song for the Times.
(Horace Waters, 481 Broadway, 1861)
God Will Defend the Right.
(A.E. Blackmar & Bro., 72 Camp St., 1861)