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The Army of liberty
- [New York : Charles Magnus, between 1861 and 1865]
- A map of the United States; superimposed over the map is an illustration of George Washington reading a letter, surrounded by soldiers. Includes a song (without the music); air: I'm glad I'm in this army. Corresponds to no. 67a in Philadelphia. Library Company. Amer. song sheets, except this edition is printed in black on card stock and Magnus' imprint does not appear on sheet. Probably sold singly or as part of one of several series issued by Magnus with same title: Six military and patriotic illustrated songs. Cf. Lib. Company. Amer. Colored illustration is no. 28 in Lib. Company. Amer. song sheets.
- United States
- Songs, English—United States—19th century, United States—History—Civil War, 1861-1865—Songs and music, United States—Maps, Maps—United States—1861, and Songs (document genre)—1861
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- Princeton: Historic Map Division, Special Collections, Firestone Library
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