C. Everest

Timeline of works

  • 1850
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    Washington's Tomb. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Wm. H. Coulston, 147 Nth. Eighth St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Tombs & sepulchral monuments, Children & adults, George Washington, Memorial works
  • 1850
    Washington's Tomb. Ballad.
    Place & Publisher Wm. H. Coulston, 147 Nth. Eighth St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Tombs & sepulchral monuments, Children & adults, George Washington, Memorial works
  • 1859
    Beautiful Moon, Thou Queen of Night. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Nature, Symbols
  • 1859
    Vocal Gems. A Selection of Beautiful French Melodies. No. 3. La Manola, or, This Happy Day.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Courtship, Love, Nature
  • 1861
    Isolina. Come to the Dance. Invito alla danza. Einladung zum Tanz. Arietta Brillante. [English, German, and Italian].
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Portraits, Ballroom dancing, Courtship, Love, Happiness
  • 1861
    Household Songs. A Collection of Beautiful Songs designed for the Parlor. Ah, Gentle Eye [English and German].
    Place & Publisher G. Andre & Co., 1104 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Weeping, Grief, Sadness, Comfort
  • 1861
    Italian Songs With English Words. Santa Lucia. Barcarola Popolare. "Come Now and Haste Away."
    Place & Publisher F.A. North & Co., 1308 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Boats, Night, Moonlight, Happiness
  • 1862
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    The Soldier's Vision.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Military camps, Sleeping, Dreaming, Campfires, Homecomings, Families, Civil War--Union, Patriotism
  • 1862
    We Do Think of Thee at Home. Reply to "Do They Think of Me"?
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Dwellings, Families, Waterfronts, Boats, Country life, Love
  • 1863
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    Shall We Meet Again? Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, No. 722 Chestnut Street Philadelphia
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Love, Homesickness
  • 1863
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    King Cotton.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Slavery, Cotton plantations, Civil War--Union, Patriotism
  • 1863
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    My Country so Dear. A Vision of the American War.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Campaigns & battles, War casualties, Patriotism
  • 1864
    "Hail Columbia." Musical Echoes. No. 26.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:
  • 1865
    A National Hymn.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Prayer, Memorial works, Liberty, Patriotism
  • 1865
    Oh! Why Should The Spirit Of Mortal Be Proud! President Lincoln's Favorite Poem, Copied By F.B. Carpenter, Esq., While Our Lamented Chief Was Reciting It.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Death, Human life cycle
  • 1865
    Oh! Why Should The Spirit Of Mortal Be Proud! President Lincoln's Favorite Poem, Copied By F.B. Carpenter, Esq., While Our Lamented Chief Was Reciting It.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Death, Human life cycle
  • 1865
    The Grave of Hally. A Companion to the Popular Song, Listen to the Mocking Bird.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Graves, Love, Nature, Symbols, Grief
  • 1865
    Toll The Bell Mournfully.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Portraits, Memorial works
  • 1865
    Toll The Bell Mournfully.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Portraits, Memorial works
  • 1865
    I'll Weep No More For Mother Dear. Reply to the Popular Song of I'm Lonely Since My Mother Died.
    Place & Publisher Chas. W.A. Trumpler, 7th & Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Mothers & children, Death, Supernatural beings, Comfort
  • 1865
    Annie's Reply to Enoch Arden. Song Founded Upon the Beautiful and Popular poem of Enoch Arden by [Alfred] Tennyson.
    Place & Publisher Lee & Walker, 722 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Poets, Courtship & love, Good-byes
  • 1881
    Slowly And Mournfully. Composed and Revised on the Death of President James A. Garfield.
    Place & Publisher J.E. Ditson & Co. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Memorial works