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The Blue and Gray Together.
(The John Church Co., 1898)
Our Gallant Warship Maine. Beautiful Discriptive [sic] Song & Refrain.
(The Brown McIntosh Pub., N.E. Cor. 9th & Arch Sts., 1898)
Cuba Shall Be Free.
(F.A. Werth, May, 1898)
Our Brave Boys in Blue.
(Rena N. Sangster, 1898)
There is No Flag Like the Red, White and Blue.
(Chas. K. Harris, Alhambra Theatre Building, 1898)
I'm Uncle Sam the Yankee.
(Jos. W. Stern & Co., 45 East 20th St., 1896)
Marching Through Cuba! Patriotic Song and Chorus. The Boston Sunday Post's War Song.
(Fairchild Music Co. Publishers, 1898)
Stand By Old Glory.
(Chas. Himmelman & Co., Music Publishers, 5748 Atlantic Street, 1898)
My Sweetheart Went Down With the Maine. [back cover contains poem "Cuba Land," to tune of "Maryland, My Maryland"]
(The Morgan Music Company, 1898)
Uncle Sammy's Navy, or, The Boys in Blue.
(White-Smith Music Publishing Company, 1898)