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"Evangeline" is a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Evangeline may also refer to:
- Evangeline (Emmylou Harris album)
- Evangeline (Gary Lucas album), 1996
- Evangeline (Mary Anne Hobbs compilation)
- Evangeline (Ulf Lundell album)
- "Evangeline", a song written by Robbie Robertson and performed by The Band with Emmylou Harris from The Last Waltz, and by Harris with Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt on Harris's album Evangeline
- "Evangeline", a song by Los Lobos from their album How Will the Wolf Survive?
- "Evangeline" (song), a single by Cocteau Twins
- "Evangeline", a song by Jerry Garcia Band featured in their eponymous double live album
- "Evangeline", a song from the Matthew Sweet album Girlfriend based on the comic book character
- "Evangeline", a song from Bad Religion from the album The Process of Belief
- "Evangeline", a song written by Robbie MacNeill and sung by artists Stan Rogers and Raffi Cavoukian
- "Evangeline", a 1987 single by The Icicle Works
- "Evangeline", the first single from Chad Brock's 1999 debut album
- Evangeline (1874 musical), an 1874 musical with music by Edward E. Rice, the first American production billed as musical comedy
- Evangeline (1946 musical), a 1946 West End musical by George Posford and Harry Jacobson
- Evangeline (1999 musical), 1998 musical by Jamie Wax and Paul Taranto
- Evangeline (1913 film), a 1913 Canadian drama film
- Evangeline (1919 film), a 1919 silent film
- Evangeline (1929 film), a 1929 silent film
- Evangeline (2013 film), a 2013 Canadian supernatural thriller film
- Evangeline (comics), a 1980s comic book
- Evangeline (train), a former passenger train in Nova Scotia operated by Via Rail
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