Home Digital Collections Confederate Broadsides

Answer to the poem entitled "How they act in Baltimore"

Confederate Broadsides

Item Details

contributor
Morris, Thomas Hollingsworth, 1817-1872
date
2010-06-14T19:40:45Z
2008-10-31T13:08:06Z
2008-10-31T13:08:06Z
2010-06-14T19:40:45Z
1861 (issued)
description
Printed on white paper with black ink, inside ornamental border. First line "When our ladies on the street".
format
image/jpeg
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/256
language
English
publisher
[Confederate States of America] : s.n., [between 1861 and 1865]
relation
Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Rudolph, E.L. Confederate broadside verse, no. 9. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Moss, William. Confederate broadside poems, 7. Collection call number E464 C66 1861-1865 Ellinger, E.P. Southern war poetry of the Civil War, p. 61.
rights
Digital reproductions of this item from Wake Forest University's Special Collections & Archives are made available under an assertion of fair use (17 U.S.C. 107) for noncommercial educational and research purposes only. Copyright for Official University records is held by Wake Forest University; all other copyright is retained by the creators of items in these papers, or their beneficiaries, as stipulated by United States copyright law, unless copyright was signed over to Wake Forest University. Written permission from the copyright owner and any other rights holders must be obtained for any reuse of this item that extends beyond fair use or other statutory exemptions. Responsibility for the determination of the copyright status and securing permission rests with those persons wishing to reuse the materials. Please contact Special Collections & Archives (archives@wfu.edu) with questions.
subject
Baltimore (Md)--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Songs and music
Confederate States of America--Poetry
Morris, Thomas Hollingsworth,--1817-1872
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Songs and music
title
Answer to the poem entitled "How they act in Baltimore"
type
text

Do you have any information about this item? Share what you know

Are you having trouble accessing this item? Report an accessibility issue

Usage Statistics