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English: "This song sheet cover celebrates the Zouave Cadets that Elmer Ellsworth organized in Chicago in 1859–60. Ellsworth is shown second from the right. The cadets became popular for their precision drills and colorful uniforms. In August 1860, they visited Washington and were invited to perform on the White House lawn for President James Buchanan and his much-admired niece, Miss Harriet Lane." (http://www.civilwar.si.edu/firstblood_cadets.html#)
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Source Original publication: sheet music
Immediate source: https://publications.newberry.org/digitalexhibitions/exhibits/show/homefront/flag/item/781
Author A. J. Vaas
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