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17th Cavalry Regiment

"Good Luck Song Book"

17th Cavalry "Good Luck Songs" pocket song book. This book was dedicated the 17th Cavalry whose first commanding officer is Colonel William Ames Holbrook, born and raised in Wisconsin and whose first chaplain is Rev. George R. Longbrake. Book was printed by Spicer and Buschman La Crosse WI. 1917. Book has original owners name in front cover. Bert Wilson Sergeant Troop M. Book contains the following list of songs. Wait, Wait Wait, the Day is Coming A Thought For Americans The Motive of America America Battle Hymn of the Republic The Cross of Christ Chorus from "Keep the Home Fires Burning" O Worship The King The Doxology The Star Spangled Banner Holy, Holy, Holy A Soldiers Tribute to His Mother Nearer, My God, to Thee Onward Christian Soldiers Jesus Our Friend Abide With Me Lead, Kindly Light I Love to Tell the Story Auld Lang Syne Stand Up for Jesus A prayer for All The Christians Warrior's Song Hear The Trumpet Call Let the Lower Lights be Burning Make Some other Heart Rejoice Chorus from "For Dixie and Uncle Sam" Sound The Battle Cry A Short Service of Worship Chorus from "Let's All be Americans Now" On America Chorus from "For Our Great Big U.S.A. Soldier, Soldier, Soldiering" Faith of our Fathers The Twenty third Psalm Brighten the Corner Where You Are Hold The Fort Throw Out The Lifeline Old Folks At Home and God Be With You.



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