||First line: Day was Seventh, and Twelfth the month, of eighteen sixty-four.
||Recounts how Union forces destroyed railroad tracks and burned a village in Halifax County, N.C., because of murders of Union soldiers.
|General note||Printed in two columns divided by curvilinear line within border of type ornament sections.|
|General note||At head of text: cut of American flag.|
|General note||Poem in 30 four-line stanzas.|
||Purchased from Bartleby's Books, 2010
|Genre/form||Broadsides New York (State) 1865.|