E. Bowers

Timeline of works

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    Song Sheet Brothers Fainting at the Door.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Son & Co., 563 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Soldiers, Homecomings, Families
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    Song Sheet Mother, I've Come Home To Die.
    Place & Publisher Charles Magnus, No. 12 Frankfort Street New York
    Subjects:Campaigns & battles, Military uniforms, War casualties, Civil War--Union, Death, Homecomings
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    Dear Mother I've Come Home To Die. Song.
    Place & Publisher Lithographed and Published by Geo. Dunn & Compy Richmond, VA
    Subjects:Mothers & children, War casualties, Grief, Homecomings, Civil War--Confederate
  • 1862
    Boston Common Sunday Night.
    Place & Publisher Russell & Patee, 61 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Parks, City & town life, Courtship & love
  • 1862
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    The Mudsills Are Coming. A New Army Song.
    Place & Publisher Russell & Patee, 108 Tremont St. Boston
    Subjects:Civil War--Union, Campaigns & battles, Patriotism
  • 1863
    Dan Bryant's Popular Comic Song. How Are You Green-Backs!
    Place & Publisher Wm. A. Pond & Co., 547 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Greenbacks, Money, National Emblems, Satire, Political platforms, Wealth, From the writings of Lester Levy, Grace Notes in American History (Lester Levy)
  • 1863
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    Brother's Fainting at the Door. Song.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Son & Co., 563 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Families, Homecomings, War casualties, Civil War--Union, Patriotism
  • 1863
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    Dear Mother I've Come Home to Die. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Son & Co., 563 Broadway New York
    Subjects:War casualties, Deathbeds, Mothers & children, Families, Civil War--Union, Patriotism
  • 1863
    Dear Mother I've Come Home to Die. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Son & Co., 563 Broadway New York
    Subjects:War casualties, Deathbeds, Mothers & children, Families, Civil War--Union, Patriotism
  • 1864
    Write a Letter to My Mother. Song and Chorus. Companion to "Brother's Fainting at the Door."
    Place & Publisher S.T. Gordon, 538 Broadway New York
    Subjects:War casualties, Families, Correspondence, Death, Civil war