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" And many a brave, stout fellow, Who sprang in the boats with mirth, Ere they made that fatal crossing Was a load of lifeless earth, And many a brave, stout fellow, Whose limbs with strength were rife. "
Poems of the War - Page 86
by George Henry Boker - 1864 - 202 pages
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The campaigns of the Seventeenth Maine

Edwin B. Houghton - United States - 1866 - 333 pages
...Whose limbs with strength were rife, Was torn and crushed and shattered, — A helpless wreck for life. But yet the boats moved onward ; Through fire and...still mass within them, And the floating stars above. They formed in line of battle ; Not a man was out of place. Then with leveled steel they hurled them...
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Henry Wilson's Regiment: History of the Twenty-second Massachusetts Infantry ...

John Lord Parker - United States - 1887 - 591 pages
...sprang in the boats with mirth. Ere they made that fatal crossing Was a load of lifeless earth. Hut yet the boats moved onward, Through fire and lead...still mass within them, And the floating stars above. Cheer after cheer, — we sent them As only armies can, — Cheers for old Massachusetts, Cheers for...
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Famous Single and Fugitive Poems

English poetry - 1890 - 364 pages
...Whose limbs with strength were rife, Was torn and crushed and shattered — A helpless wreck for life. But yet the boats moved onward ; Through fire and...still mass within them, And the floating stars above. They formed in liuc of battle — Not a man was out of place ; Then with levelled steel they hurled...
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History of the Fifth Massachusetts Battery: Organized October 3, 1861 ...

United States. Army. Massachusetts Artillery Battery, 5th (1861-1865) - History - 1902 - 991 pages
...Michigan. When these men of Massachusetts and Michigan crossed, in the words of the poet Baker: — "Cheer after cheer we sent them As only armies can...for old Massachusetts, Cheers for young Michigan." Two distinct combats made up the Battle of Fredericksburg on the 1 3th. One the fight on the Federal...
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Poems of American History

Burton Egbert Stevenson - American poetry - 1908 - 704 pages
...Whose limbs with strength were rife. Was torn and crushed and shattered, — A hopeless wreck for life. But yet the boats moved onward ; Through fire and...Cheers for old Massachusetts, Cheers for young Michigan 1 They formed in line of battle; Not a man was out of place. Then with levelled steel they hurled them...
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Under the Red Patch: Story of the Sixty Third Regiment, Pennslvania ...

Pennsylvania - 1908 - 476 pages
...Whose limbs with strength were rife, Was torn and crushed and shattered, — A helpless wreck for life. But yet the boats moved onward: Through fire and lead...still mass within them, And the floating stars above. They formed in line of battle; Not a man was out of place. Then, with leveled steel they hurled them,...
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Under the red patch: story of the Sixty third regiment, Pennsylvania ...

1908 - 476 pages
...Whose limbs with strength were rife, Was torn and crushed and shattered, — A helpless wreck for life. But yet the boats moved onward: Through fire and lead...still mass within them, And the floating stars above. They formed in line of battle; Not a man was out of place. Then, with leveled steel they hurled them....
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Father Abraham's Children: Michigan Episodes in the Civil War

Frank Bury Woodford, Arthur M. Woodford - HISTORY - 1961 - 320 pages
...And death in the waves below, Through balls, and shells and shrapnel, They moved — my God how slow! Cheer after cheer we sent them, As only armies can...for old Massachusetts, Cheers for young Michigan. At Antietam, the 7th counted losses of seventy per cent, and at one stage of the battle Hall rallied...
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The Maine Bugle ..., Volumes 4-5

Maine - 1897
...boats, and were even now in the streets of the city, our enthusiasm broke forth in ringing cheers : Cheer after cheer we sent them, As only armies can,...for Old Massachusetts, Cheers for Young Michigan. Saturday the 13th came, misty and foggy, but at 9 or 10 a. in., it I broke, the sun came forth, and...
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