John Hill Hewitt

John Hill Hewitt, 1852 John Hill Hewitt (July 11, 1801, New York City — October 7, 1890, Baltimore) was an American songwriter, playwright, and poet. He is best known for his songs about the American South, including "A Minstrel's Return from the War", "The Soldier's Farewell", "The Stonewall Quickstep", and "Somebody's Darling". His output during the American Civil War earned him the epithets "Bard of the Stars and Bars" and "Bard of the Confederacy".

Over his career, Hewitt wrote over 300 songs, a number of cantatas and operettas, and one oratorio, as well as plays, poems, and articles for magazines and newspapers. He also worked as a theatre manager, magazine and newspaper editor, concert performer, and music teacher at seminaries for women. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890.
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by Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890.
Published 1994

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by Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890.
Published 1845

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by Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890.
Published 1947

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by Hewitt, John Hill, 1801-1890.
Published 1861

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by Perry, Elizabeth Frances.
Published 1887
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Published 1994
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Published 2005
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Published 1976
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Published 1987
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Published 1987
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