Battle of Fort Sumter

DESCRIPTION: "Hark, don't you hear that rumbling sound? Fort Sumter's cannons roar... Whilst bomb shells on them pour." Men are killed. Someone (it's not clear who) should hang as high as Haman. The poet hopes tyrants will fall
AUTHOR: William Rice (source: Hay Library broadside)
EARLIEST DATE: 1861 (source: Hay Library broadside)
KEYWORDS: battle death Civilwar
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS1, pp. 297-298, "Battle of Fort Sumter" (1 text)
File: CAFS1297

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