Anti-Southern, Anti-Semitic Poem from the Civil War
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Broadside. “The Great Rebellion,” Philadelphia: A.C., October 22, 1861. 1p., 9” x 12”.
Patriotism sullied by anti-Semitism: “Three-thousand dollars I have loaned to crush Rebellion Out; This sum I’ve lent to Uncle Sam - May He the Rebels rout... And hang them high as he was hung, who would have hung the Jew, and confiscate their lands and cash, and all their Negroes, too.”