Legal-Sized Handwritten Paper with a Poem Rallying the Civil War Troops
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SubjectThe "Old Mill"; Directions for running machinery; Refusal from Zack; S.G. & Jake; The Patriot & Liberator; Poem to the rallying the troops and preserving the Union; The "Dragon" in the "Pit"; Old Belsebub; General Jackson; Uncle Heman; Captain Obed; Captain Stone; Jo Hall; Squire Howes; Zack's Old Mill
AbstractFour page legal-sized and handwritten paper, appearing to be something that has been submitted to a newspaper. It begins with a preface and then follows with a long poem, each stanza separated by a line. It is undated, but certainly is a poem to the rallying of the troops for the Civil War the preservation of the Union
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