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Click on a songbook title to go to the song lists:
  • Tippecanoe Song Book.
  • Songs for the People.
  • Log Cabin and Hard Cider Melodies
  • Log Cabin Song Book
  • The Harrison and Log Cabin Song Book
  • Stacy's Songster
  • National Clay Melodist
  • National Clay Minstrel, and Frelinghuysen Melodist
  • The Liberty Minstrel
  • General Taylor's Old Rough and Ready Songster.
  • Rough and Ready Songster
  • Free Soil Minstrel
  • Scott and Graham Campaign Songster.
  • Listen to the Mockingbird
  • The Freemen's Glee Book
  • The Campaign of 1856. Fremont Songs for the People.
  • The Democratic Campaign Songster.
  • The Republican Vocalist
  • The Wide-Awake Vocalist; or, Rail-Splitters' Song Book.
  • We Are Coming Father Abraam, Three Hundred Thousand More
  • Young Lady's Songster
  • King Alcohol
  • Let Us All Speak Our Minds If We Die for It
  • El-a-noy in Carmer, Carl, ed. Songs of the Rivers of America. New York: Farrar-Rinehart, 1942.
  • Donizetti, Gaetano. Funeral March: Performed at the Funeral of Abraham Lincoln. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1865. Audio only.
  • Hess, Charles. Funeral March to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr President. New York: Horace Waters, 1865. Audio only.
  • Parkhurst, Mrs. E. A. Funeral March. New York: Horace Waters, 1865. Audio only.



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