LIBERTY AND UNION FOREVER/ NEW PATRIOTIC AND COMIC SONG, ON THE SINKING OF THE PIRATE ALABAMA BY THE U.S. GUNBOAT KEARSARGE, CAPTAIN WINSLOW. JUNE 19TH, 1864. WRITTEN BY.../ I SING THE DOOM AND DARK CAREER OF THE REBEL PIRATE, MADE TO STEER AND PLUNDER OUR SHIPS, BOTH FAR AND NEAR, THE TERRIBLE "ALABAMA! SHE WAS BUILT BY "NEUTRAL JOHNNY BULL," WHO THREATENED YANKEE EARS TO PULL, BECAUSE THEY DEALT IN NIGGER WOOL; TH' COTTON FILLED HIS POCKETS FULL...

[Philadelphia: J. Magee, 1864?]. Color broadside, 5" x 8". Caption title with song printed below in double columns. Five stanzas of 12 lines each with four line choruses after each. Printed in red and black inks. Song printed within blue borders with a flag at each top corner. At head, "Liberty and Union Forever", with red border surrounding entire text. Minor wear. At foot of border, "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864, by J. Magee, 316 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia." Very Good.
Wolf 2120b [American Song Sheets, 1850-1870]. Item #36175

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