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Secession Wagon

Auner, A W
Format
Book; Broadside
Published
Philadelphia (110 North 10th St.) : A.W. Auner ..., [1862?]
Language
English
Variant Title
Wait for the wagon
Description
1 sheet ([1] unnumbered page) ; 24 x 13 cm
Notes
  • First line: Jeff. Davis built a wagon, and on it put his name.
  • Refrain: Bully for the wagon.
  • Air: Wait for the wagon.
  • Text within decorative border.
  • After the surrender of Fort Donelson in 1862. The last verse begins "Now Buckner he's gone up the spout, and Floyd has seen the sights ..." Floyd left the battle to head toward Nashville, while Buckner was left to surrender the Fort, thus becoming a prisoner of war. Floyd was subsequently removed from command for his action, and died in 1863.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Robert and Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2015/2016.
Technical Details
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