Confederate States of America

29 poems mentioning Confederate States of America

  1. Old Abraham, the Splitter, by A Joker, October 29, 1864
  2. South and North – Snake and Lion, by Laon, December 24, 1864
  3. Give Us Our Daily Bread, by Thomas Hodson, November 30th 1861
  4. A Broken Saw, by [Unknown], May 10th 1862
  5. Cheer up Lads, by [Unknown], March 7th 1863
  6. King Cotton's Remonstrance (from Punch), by unknown, Nov 2nd 1861
  7. To All the Suffering Sons of Toil, by [Unknown], Sept 6 1862
  8. The Cry of the Crowd No.II, by W. Billington, May 24th 1862
  9. New Voices from the Crowd, by W. C. Bennett, August 22, 1863
  10. Aw Wod This War Wer Ended, by W. M. Billington, October 10, 1863
  11. England and the American War, by Richard Rawcliffe, October 24, 1863
  12. Secession and Slavery, by unknown, 12/1/61
  13. French Message, by Anon, Nov 28 1862
  14. A Song for the Poor, by Thomas Lumb, 4th October 1862
  15. Old King Cotton, by unknown, 24th January 1863
  16. Mr Bull to His American Bullies, by unknown, October 10th 1863
  17. Cotton Is King., by Cosmos, February 6th 1861
  18. Jonathan to John Bull, by John G. Saxe, October 6th 1865
  19. The Lion Pawing the Eagle., by A Maryland Exile, January 24th 1862
  20. O, Flag of Our Country., by E. Norman Gunnison, February 20th 1862
  21. Johnny Bull., by O. P. Q., May 8th 1862
  22. Jonathan to John., by Unknown, February 7th 1862
  23. The Mote and Beam., by Rev. T. Hempstead., July 9th 1862
  24. THE COTTON FAMINE., by [Unknown], Saturday, May 02, 1863
  25. King Cotton Bound: or, the New Prometheus (Punch), by Unknown, December 14th 1861
  26. To Pot and Kettle (from Punch), by Unknown, September 2nd 1861
  27. Dixie Again., by Unknown, November 1st 1862
  28. King Cotton, by T. Dunn English, April 13th 1862
  29. Of America: A Voice from the Crowd., by W. C. Bennett, August 15th 1863