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John Wynn Davidson was a brigadier general in the United States Army during the American Civil War and an American Indian fighter.

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A Ballad of Hell
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In Romney Marsh
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Imagination
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Thirty Bob a Week
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A Loafer
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London
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Battle
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The Last Rose
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A Northern Suburb
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Snow
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A Runnable Stag
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Song of a Train
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War Song
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Song
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A Cinque Port
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