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The Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster.

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A. Winch , Philadelphia
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Songs and music., Campaign songs, 1864 -- Republican., Campaign literature, 1864 -- Republican., Songs
GenreSongs and music.
LC ClassificationsE458.4 .L75
The Physical Object
Pagination54 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24130530M
LC Control Number12018996

Intended for use by political clubs, the Lincoln Campaign Songster stands out as a record of the Civil War as well as the re-election of Abraham Lincoln with a new vice presidential candidate, Andrew Johnson.

Johnson had just been added to the ticket, replacing Lincoln’s first term vice president, Hannibal Hamlin of Maine. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

The Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster. Publication date Topics Lincoln, Abraham,Campaign songs,Campaign literature,Songsters PublisherPages: Genre/Form: Electronic books Songs and music: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster. Philadelphia: A.

Winch, []. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Rally round the cause, boys -- Are we freedom's friends. -- Hurrah. for Lincoln and Johnson. -- Union and Lincoln -- Preserve the Union -- Lincoln campaign song -- Union and freedom -- We are coming, father Abraham,more Addeddate Pages: Lincoln & Johnson.

National Union ticket. [Massachusetts campaign ticket] For example, any songs published in the United States before are in the public domain. The Library has also obtained permission for the use of many other materials, and The Lincoln and Johnson Union campaign songster. book additional materials pursuant to fair use under United States copyright law.

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This songster was published in by Mason & Co. for purchase and use by Lincoln’s supporters. It contains lyrics for campaign songs set to popular songs of the time. Some examples include: “Rally Round the Cause Boys” to the tune of the “Battle Cry of Freedom,” “Lincoln Campaign Song” to “Yankee Doodle,” and “Hurrah.

The "Battle Cry of Freedom", also known as "Rally 'Round the Flag", is a song written in by American composer George Frederick Root (–) during the American Civil War.A patriotic song advocating the causes of Unionism and abolitionism, it became so popular that composer H.

Schreiner and lyricist W. Barnes adapted it for the Confederacy. - Lincoln & Johnson Club For example, any songs published in the United States before are in the public domain. The Library has also obtained permission for the use of many other materials, and presents additional materials pursuant to fair use under United States copyright law.

Ohio Union Presidential ticket. [Ohio campaign ticket]. "Lincoln and Liberty" / The Liberty Ball - The Campaign Song of Presential Elections of that helped put Abraham Lincoln, a Kentucky son, into White House, thanks to the ingenuity and.

Republican President Abraham Lincoln had future Democrat President Andrew Johnson as his vice president running mate during the election because the National Union Party wanted a ticket that. The price of gold soared as speculators betted against a Union victory.

Seeing Lincoln wounded, the Radical Republicans went in for the kill — on August 5, the New York Tribune devoted two columns to a sensational Radical declaration, known as the Wade-Davis Manifesto, that charged their own nominee with "grave Executive usurpation" and "a.

Lincoln and Johnson campaign poster Before the election, some War Democrats joined the Republicans to form the National Union Party. [6] With the outcome of the Civil War still in doubt, some political leaders, including Salmon P.

Chase, Benjamin Wade, and Horace Greeley, opposed Lincoln's re-nomination on the grounds that he could not win. The President Lincoln campaign songster. [T R Dawley;] -- This volume offers an collection of Lincoln campaign songs. e-Book Sabin Americana.

Three hundred thousand more -- The Union League soldier\'s song -- The campaign is opened -- The scourged back -- The loyal leaguers -- The copperhead\'s farewell to.

When preparations began for the campaign, Lincoln's rail splitter image had evolved to its mature counterpart, the noble and concerned father of the Union.

Supporters wore small pins with Lincoln's photograph and sang songs from widely-circulated songsters. Momentum for Lincoln. As late as Aug Lincoln considered it “exceedingly probable” that he would not be reelected.

However, Union Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman’s capture of Atlanta in early September significantly boosted Northern morale.

In the wake of the victory, Frémont withdrew his candidacy, and newspapers and churches both provided enthusiastic endorsements of Lincoln. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. However, the way Lincoln saw it, emancipation, when it came, would have to be gradual, as the most important thing was to prevent the Southern rebellion from severing the Union.

Niall O’Dowd is the founder of IrishCentral, Irish America Magazine, and the Irish Voice newspaper. He is also responsible for publishing and the Irish Emigrant newspaper in Boston. Niall was awarded an honorary doctorate by University College Dublin for his work on the Irish peace process, which was a subject of a book, Daring Diplomacy, and a PBS Special, An Irish s: Philadelphia: Published by Mason & Co., 16pp, 2 7/8 x 4 1/4.

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Original printed wrappers with portrait of an unshaven Lincoln on the front wrap. Rear wrap is a publisher's advertisement rear wrap spotted and shaved a bit at the fore-edge, costing a few letters. Text clean with only mild wear.

Very Good. Spirited songs are printed: 'We are Coming, Father Abraham,More'; 'Union and. Read the speech, Mr. President: it's only words, much shorter than one of those bulky briefing books. As you'll discover, Lincoln talked about a nation "conceived in liberty" -- that is. Andrew Johnson (Decem – J ) was the 17th president of the United States, serving from to He assumed the presidency as he was vice president at the time of the assassination of Abraham n was a Democrat who ran with Lincoln on the National Union ticket, coming to office as the Civil War concluded.

He favored quick restoration of the seceded. Lincoln's campaign emphasized a successful finish to the war to preserve the Union; McClellan's supporters were open to a negotiated peace and a speedy end to hostilities.

ByLincoln gained a reputation for taking liberties with the constitution, while conducting the most deadly war in. Lincoln & Johnson and the "Defenders of the Union": A Striking Poster.

Quite possibly a campaign issue from the fall ofalthough it could also be more of a patriotic nature, and date from that brief five-month period when Johnson was the serving as Vice President. A bold and eye-catching design which has terrific display presence. Lincoln & Johnson: Desirable Silk Campaign Ribbon.

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Especially nice on uncommon bluish green silk, Lincoln ribbons are far fewer in variety and number than those ofperhaps due to wartime austerity. Basically excellent condition, with very minor light aging. Length ". 1 day ago  The feature-length documentary, scheduled to air inwill profile singers Nina Simone, Lena Horne and Abbey Lincoln, and actors Diahann Carroll, Cicely Tyson and Pam Grier.

Johnson’s replies clearly seemed in line with Lincoln’s ideas on how to keep Tennessee in the Union. Lincoln wanted a government that was not only loyal to the Union, but one that he hoped would be “recognized here as being one of the republican form, to be guaranteed to the state, and to be protected against invasion and domestic violence.”[15] This language sounds eerily similar to.

Campaign poster for candidates Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson for the National Union Party ticket. Despite the uncertainty and violence of the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln underscored the necessity of democratic ral contests were held throughout the entire war in areas under the authority of the United States including the Northern states, the Border states, and even parts.

Left: Campaign button and ribbon; Right: Original songs were written by each party for their respective candidates. Library of Congress As the election drew near, the Union Party mobilized the full strength of both the Republicans and the War Democrats with the slogan “Don’t change horses in the middle of a.

Footnotes. Noah Brooks, Abraham Lincoln: The Nation’s Leader in the Great Struggle through which was Maintained the Existence of the United States, p. Mark Grimsley, The Hard Hand of War, p Ralph R. Fahrney, Horace Greeley and the Tribune in the Civil War, p. Benjamin Butler, The Butler Book, Volume I, p.

John Hope Franklin, From Slavery to Freedom: A History of Negro. His thesis at Cal-Berkeley was about the role of campaign songs betweenand he says there is a huge, long-forgotten trove to mine. “Many university and private libraries have in their archive old song books, but amazingly, most researchers do not know of their existence, as little has been written on the topic of election songs.

Dr. John K. Lattimer () was an expert on the Lincoln assassination as well as the Kennedy family's autopsy expert. This is what he had to say about the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations in his book Kennedy and Lincoln: Medical and Ballistic Comparisons of Their Assassinations: "The assassination of President John F.

Kennedy has turned out to be almost a replay of the assassinations. Lincoln fought to keep the Union together. He led a civil war in which more than six hundred thousand Americans were killed. And, in leading. Lincoln did eventually become a lawyer, and he accomplished the feat in the manner typical of his time and place: not by attending law school, but by reading law books .