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Subject: CHANCELLORSVILLE, BATTLE OF (1863)
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"'THE BRIGADE MUST NOT KNOW, SIR!' [MAY 2, 1863]", by ANONYMOUS    Poem Text            
First Line: Who've ye got there? Only a dying brother'
Last Line: "living, he laid the first stones of a nation; / and dead, he builds it yet"
Subject(s): "american Civil War;chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863);jackson, Thomas (stonewall) (1824-1863);u.s. - History;


AT CHANCELLORSVILLE: THE BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS, by ANDREW HUDGINS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: He was an indiana corporal
Subject(s): Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Wilderness Campaign (1864)


AT CHANCELLORSVILLE: THE BATTLE OF THE WILDERNESS, by ANDREW HUDGINS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: He was an indiana corporal
Last Line: We could have passed for new york infantry
Subject(s): Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Wilderness Campaign (1864)


BRIGADE MUST NOT KNOW, SIR!', by JOHN WILLIAMSON PALMER    Poem Source            
First Line: Who've ye got there? Only a dying brother'
Last Line: Living, he laid the first stones of a nation; %and dead, he builds it yet
Subject(s): American Civil War; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Jackson, Thomas (stonewall) (1824-1863); U.s. - History


DEATH OF STONEWALL JACKSON, by HENRY LYNDEN FLASH    Poem Text            
First Line: Not midst the lightning of the stormy fight
Last Line: He rises with the crown!
Subject(s): American Civil War; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Jackson, Thomas (stonewall) (1824-1863); United States - History


HOOKER'S ACROSS, by GEORGE HENRY BOKER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Hooker's across! Hooker's across!
Last Line: Hooker's across!
Subject(s): American Civil War; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Hooker, Joseph (1814-1879); United States - History


KEENAN'S CHARGE, by GEORGE PARSONS LATHROP    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun had set
Last Line: That saved the army at chancellorsville.
Subject(s): American Civil War; Cavalry; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Holidays; Keenan, Peter (1834-1863); Memorial Day; United States - History; Declaration Day


STONEWALL JACKSON'S WAY, by JOHN WILLIAMSON PALMER    Poem Text            
First Line: Come, stack arms, men! Pile on the rails
Last Line: That gets in stonewall's way.
Subject(s): American Civil War; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Jackson, Thomas (stonewall) (1824-1863); Patriotism; United States - History


THE DYING WORDS OF STONEWALL JACKSON, by SIDNEY LANIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The stars of night contain the glittering day
Last Line: Solace hast thou for pain!
Subject(s): American Civil War; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Jackson, Thomas (stonewall) (1824-1863); United States - History


THE SOLDIER'S FIRESIDE, AFTER A BATTLE, by M. T. C.    Poem Text            
First Line: They sat by the dying embers
Last Line: And hope for their country too.
Subject(s): American Civil War; Anxiety; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); United States - History


UNDER THE SHADE OF THE TREES [MAY 10, 1863], by MARGARET JUNKIN PRESTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: What are the thoughts that are stirring his breast?
Last Line: Under the shade of the trees!
Subject(s): American Civil War; Chancellorsville, Battle Of (1863); Jackson, Thomas (stonewall) (1824-1863); United States - History; War