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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 39. Chapters: All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight, American Civil War, Aura Lee, Battle Cry of Freedom, Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean, Dixie, Dixie Doodle, For the Dear Old Flag, I Die, God Save the South, Goober Peas, Hard Tack Come Again No More, Ha This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 39. Chapters: All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight, American Civil War, Aura Lee, Battle Cry of Freedom, Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean, Dixie, Dixie Doodle, For the Dear Old Flag, I Die, God Save the South, Goober Peas, Hard Tack Come Again No More, Hard Times Come Again No More, Here's Your Mule, Hold On Abraham!, Home! Sweet Home!, How Are You? John Morgan, I'm Going Home to Dixie, John Brown's Body, Join the Cavalry, Just Before the Battle, Mother, Kathleen Mavourneen, Kingdom Coming, Lorena, Marching Song of the First Arkansas, Marching Through Georgia, Maryland, My Maryland, Music history of the United States during the Civil War era, Music of the American Civil War, Oh Shenandoah, Our First President's Quickstep, Pat Murphy of Meagher's Brigade, Richmond Is a Hard Road, Scott Tattoo, Stonewall Jackson's Way, Taps, Tenting on the Old Camp Ground, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, The Bonnie Blue Flag, The First Gun is Fired, The Flag of Secession, The Invalid Corps, The Lakes of Pontchartrain, The List of Generals, The Minstrel Boy, The Palmetto State Song, The Yellow Rose of Texas, Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!, Turchin's Got Your Mule, Turkey in the Straw, Two Little Boys, When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Excerpt: Template: Infobox Standard"All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight" was a poem first published as "The Picket Guard" by Ethel Lynn Beers in Harper's Weekly, November 30, 1861, attributed only to "E.B." It was reprinted broadly both with that attribution and without, leading to many spurious claims of authorship. Finally, on July 4, 1863, Harper's Weekly told its readers that the poem had been written for the paper by a lady contributor whom it later identified as Beers. The poem was based on newspaper reports of "all is quiet tonight" based on official telegrams sent to the Secretary of War by Major-General George B. McClellan following...


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This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 39. Chapters: All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight, American Civil War, Aura Lee, Battle Cry of Freedom, Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean, Dixie, Dixie Doodle, For the Dear Old Flag, I Die, God Save the South, Goober Peas, Hard Tack Come Again No More, Ha This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 39. Chapters: All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight, American Civil War, Aura Lee, Battle Cry of Freedom, Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean, Dixie, Dixie Doodle, For the Dear Old Flag, I Die, God Save the South, Goober Peas, Hard Tack Come Again No More, Hard Times Come Again No More, Here's Your Mule, Hold On Abraham!, Home! Sweet Home!, How Are You? John Morgan, I'm Going Home to Dixie, John Brown's Body, Join the Cavalry, Just Before the Battle, Mother, Kathleen Mavourneen, Kingdom Coming, Lorena, Marching Song of the First Arkansas, Marching Through Georgia, Maryland, My Maryland, Music history of the United States during the Civil War era, Music of the American Civil War, Oh Shenandoah, Our First President's Quickstep, Pat Murphy of Meagher's Brigade, Richmond Is a Hard Road, Scott Tattoo, Stonewall Jackson's Way, Taps, Tenting on the Old Camp Ground, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, The Bonnie Blue Flag, The First Gun is Fired, The Flag of Secession, The Invalid Corps, The Lakes of Pontchartrain, The List of Generals, The Minstrel Boy, The Palmetto State Song, The Yellow Rose of Texas, Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!, Turchin's Got Your Mule, Turkey in the Straw, Two Little Boys, When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Excerpt: Template: Infobox Standard"All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight" was a poem first published as "The Picket Guard" by Ethel Lynn Beers in Harper's Weekly, November 30, 1861, attributed only to "E.B." It was reprinted broadly both with that attribution and without, leading to many spurious claims of authorship. Finally, on July 4, 1863, Harper's Weekly told its readers that the poem had been written for the paper by a lady contributor whom it later identified as Beers. The poem was based on newspaper reports of "all is quiet tonight" based on official telegrams sent to the Secretary of War by Major-General George B. McClellan following...

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