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Browsing items in: Civil War Context and Conflict at LSU Libraries

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    • The bloomer polka & schottisch

    • Polkas--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Schottisches.
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    • J. Hunter, The Bloomer Polka & Schottisch (New Orleans: Wm. T. Mayo, 1851)
    • Washington Artillery polka

    • Confederate States of America. Army. Washington Artillery Battalion (New Orleans, La.)--Songs and music.; Polkas--Louisiana--New Orleans.
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    • Auguste Davis, Washington Artillery Polka (New Orleans: P. P. Werlein & Halsey, 1860)
    • La belle Louisianaise valse

    • Louisiana--Songs and music.; Waltzes--Louisiana.
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    • Henri Fourrier, La Belle Louisianaise Valse (New Orleans: Henri Fourrier, 1859)
    • The Celebrated German Polka

    • Polkas--Louisiana--New Orleans.
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    • Johnny Straws Hoss-T, The Real No. 5 Camp Street Polka, commonly called the German Polka (New Orleans: William Mayo, 1850)
    • The bell crevasse mazurka

    • Levees--Mississippi River--Songs and music.; Mazurkas.
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    • N.A. Barbe, The Bell Crevasse Mazurka (New Orleans: P. P. Werlein, 1858)
    • Southern military manual

    • Military education--Confederate States of America. Confederate States of America. Army--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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    • Bluff City polka

    • Polkas--Mississippi--Natchez.; Natchez (Miss.)--Songs and music.
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    • Edward O. Eaton, Bluff City Polka (New Orleans: P.P. Werlein, 1856)
    • Hiawatha Varsovia

    • Music--Louisiana--New Orleans.
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    • Michael Hoeffner, Hiawatha Varsovia (New Orleans: P.P. Werlein, 1858)
    • Polka de la Nouvelle Orleans

    • Polkas--Louisiana--New Orleans.; New Orleans (La.)--Songs and music.
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    • Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Polka de la Nouvelle Orleans (New Orleans: P. P. Werlein, 1855)
    • Our first president

    • Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889--Songs and music.; Confederate States of America--Songs and music.
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    • P. Rivinac, Our First President (New Orleans: A.E. Blackmar & Bro., 1861)
    • President Jefferson Davis grand march

    • Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889--Songs and music. Confederate States of America--Songs and music. Marches--Confederate States of America.
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    • Flora Byrne, President Jefferson Davis Grand March (New Orleans: P.P. Werlein & Halsey, 1861)
    • Parade polka march

    • Confederate States of America--Songs and music.; Polkas--Confederate States of America.; Marches--Confederate States of America.; Confederate States of America. Army. Washington Artillery Battalion (New Orleans, La.)
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    • Theodore von Lahache, Parade Polka March (New Orleans: L. Grunewald, 1861)
    • Robert E. Lee quick march

    • Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870--Songs and music.; Confederate States of America--Songs and music.; Marches--Confederate States of America.
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    • Charles Young, Robert E. Lee Quick March (New Orleans: A.E. Blackmar, 1864)
    • My Southern sunny home

    • Southern States--Songs and music.; Confederate States of America--Songs and music.
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    • Will S. Hays, My Southern Sunny Home! (New Orleans: Blackmar & Co., 1864)
    • The Parlor magazine

    • Education--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Regionalism--Southern States--History--19th century.
    • 1 v. ; 22 cm. Serial Range: v. 1, no. 1-2; Jan.-Feb. 1857.
    • V.E. Wilhelmine McCord, The Parlor Magazine (New Orleans: Printed by E. C. Wharton, 1857)
    • Miscellaneous railroad pamphlets

    • Railroads--Louisiana.; Railroads--Louisiana--New Orleans.; Southern States--Economic conditions.; Southern States--Social conditions--19th century.
    • 11 pamphlets in 1 v. ; 22 cm.
    • Miscellaneous railroad pamphlets (New Orleans: s.n., 1851-1853)
    • Message delivered October 7, 1864

    • Louisiana--Politics and government--1861-1865.
    • 12 p. ; 23 cm.
    • Michael Hahn, Message Delivered October 7, 1864 (New Orleans: W.R. Fish, State Printer, 1864)
    • Concluding address delivered at St. Mary's College, New Orleans

    • Young men--Conduct of life.; Education--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • 14 p. ; 22 cm.
    • Concluding address delivered at the close of the annual distribution of prizes to the students of St. Mary's College, New Orleans : on the 20th of July, 1865, at the new opera house (New Orleans: Printed at Rea's Steam Job Printing Office, 1865)
    • An address on Southern education

    • Madison College (Sharon, Miss.); Education--Southern States.
    • 14 p. ; 23 cm.
    • Albert Gallatin Brown, An address on Southern education: delivered July 18, 1859, before the faculty, trustees, students, and patrons of Madison College, Sharon, Mississippi (Washington, 1859)
    • Constitution of the New Orleans Club

    • Young men--Conduct of life.; Education--Louisiana--New Orleans.
    • 16 p. ; 22 cm.
    • New Orleans Club, Constitution of the New Orleans Club (New Orleans: Office of the Picayune, 1854)
    • Campaign document no. 2

    • American Party.; Southern States--Social conditions--19th century.; Campaign literature, 1855--Democratic--Louisiana.; United States--Politics and government--1853-1857.
    • 16 p. ; 25 cm.
    • Democratic Party (La.), Campaign document no. 2 (New Orleans: Printed at the office of the Louisiana Courier, 1855)
    • Hopkins' New Orleans 5 cent song book

    • Confederate States of America--Songs and music.; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Songs and music.
    • 17 p. : ill. ; 14 cm.
    • Hopkins' New Orleans 5 cent song book (New Orleans: J. Hopkins, printer, 1861)
    • A letter to the right reverend bishops

    • Polk, Leonidas, 1806-1864.; University of the South--History.; Episcopal Church. Diocese of Louisiana--History.; Education, Higher--Southern States--History.
    • 17 p. ; 23 cm.
    • Leonidas Polk, A letter to the right reverend bishops of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Mississippi, Florida, South Carolina and North Carolina from the Bishop of Louisiana (New Orleans: B.M. Norman, 1856)
    • Aux electeurs de la Louisiana la question Americaine

    • Louisiana--Politics and government--1803-1865.; Louisiana--Emigration and immigration--Political aspects.
    • 18, 29 p. ; 23 cm.
    • Mucius, Aux Electeurs de la Louisiana: La Question Americaine (New Orleans: 1855)
    • Address on the Southern Pacific Railroad

    • Southern Pacific Railroad.; Railroads--Southern States.; Southern States--Economic conditions.
    • 21 p. ; 23 cm.
    • Albert Pike, Address on the Southern Pacific Railroad (Baton Rouge: Emile La Sre, 1855)
    • Addresses delivered by Rev. Robert L. Stanton

    • Oakland College (Miss.); Education, Higher--Mississippi.; Mississippi--Religion.
    • 22 p. ; 23 cm.
    • Robert Lodowick Stanton and Zebulon Butler, Addresses delivered on Thursday, December 18, 1851, on the occasion of the inauguration of Rev. Robert L. Stanton, as president of Oakland College, Miss (New Orleans: Printed by T. Rea, 1852)
    • Special report of the state engineer on the system of internal improvements

    • Rivers--Louisiana.;Public works--Louisiana.; Flood control--Louisiana.; Levees--Louisiana.
    • 24 p. ; 24 cm.
    • Louisiana. Special report of the state engineer on the system of internal improvements, to the legislature of the state of Louisiana (Baton Rouge: Printed at the office of the Daily Advocate, 1857)
    • Address to the people of Louisiana on the state of parties

    • Political parties--United States.; American Party.; Southern States--Social conditions--19th century.; Campaign literature, 1855--Democratic--Louisiana.; United States--Politics and government--1853-1857.
    • 33 p. ; 22 cm.
    • Charles Gayarré, Address to the people of Louisiana on the state of parties (New Orleans: Printed by Sherman, Wharton, 1855)
    • Address to the people of the southern and western states

    • Railroads--Southern States.; Railroads--Missouri.; Missouri--Maps.; Southern States--Economic conditions.; Southern States--Social conditions--19th century.
    • 34, vi p. : fold. map ; 22 cm.
    • Southern and Western Rail-Road Convention, Address to the people of the southern and western states, and more particularly to those of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri (New Orleans: s.n., 1851)
    • Southern education

    • Oakland College (Miss.); Education--Southern States.
    • 43, [1] p. ; 21 cm.
    • Southern education: addresses delivered in the chapel at Oakland College, on the day of the annual commencement, June 29th, 1854 (New Orleans: Printed at the office of the Picayune, 1854)
    • An address on the sanitary condition of New Orleans

    • Sanitation--Louisiana--New Orleans--Statistics.; Mortality--Louisiana--New Orleans--Statistics.
    • 46 p. ; 23 cm.
    • J.C. Simonds, An address on the sanitary condition of New Orleans, as illustrated by its mortuary statistics (New Orleans: D. Davies, Son & Co., 1851)
    • The ballot box, the palladium of our liberties, New Orleans, July, 1863

    • United States--Politics and government--1861-1865.; Louisiana--Politics and government--1861-1865.; Unionists (United States Civil War)--Louisiana.
    • 65 p. ; 24 cm.
    • Jacob Baker, The ballot box, the palladium of our liberties: New Orleans, July, 1863 (New Orleans: Printed for the compiler, 1863)

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