Song of 1861

DESCRIPTION: "I'll sing you a song of sixty-one -- Mormons, Mormons! For in the world there is lots of fun...." The Mormons are "determined to succeed." People are concerned at the news from Charleston. The Union is "a rope of sand." The Mormons hope for their rights
AUTHOR: William Willis (source: Hubbard)
EARLIEST DATE: 1961 (Hubbard)
KEYWORDS: political Civilwar
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Hubbard, #238, "Song of 1861" (1 text)
Roud #10909
File: Hubb238

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