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Know Ye The Land. A New Patriotic Song

By Mr. Damish

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Piano and voice
Composed by Mr. Damish. Patriotism--United States of America, Liberty. Lester S. Levy Collection. 3 pages. Published by Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries (LV.13564).

Item Number: LV.13564

Know Ye The Land. A New Patriotic Song. Written by a Gentleman of Baltimore, & set to an original Air, The Symphonies and accompaniment by Mr. Damish. Published [n.d.] by John Cole, No. 123 Market Street in Baltimore. Composition of strophic with refrain with piano and voice instrumentation. Subject headings for this piece include Patriotism--United States of America, Liberty. First line reads "Know ye the land where the red men late roamed Thro' primeval woods after race First line of refrain The last lone asylum of sweet Liberty.".

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