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Remus Takes the Cake. Characteristic March and Two Step Dance. A Southern Melody.
(Willis Woodward & Co., 842-844 Broadway, 1896)
Old Bob Ridley.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Square, 1855)
She's a 'Spectable Married Colored Lady. A Coon Declaration.
(Howley, Haviland & Co., 1260-1266 Broadway, 1898)
Jumbo Jum. An Original Nigger Ballad.
(Henry Prentiss, 33 Court St., 1840)
What Shall This Darkey Do. An Ethiopian Melody.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Opposite the Park, 1850)
Hush, Little Baby, Don't You Cry!
([W.F. Shaw], 1884)
Foster's Plantation Melodies. No.2. Dolly Day.
(Miller & Beacham, Successors to F.D. Benteen, 1850)
Dandy Black Brigade. March Song & Chorus.
(S.T. Gordon & Sons, No. 13 East 14th St., 1881)
I Cant Help Dat. Taint My Fault.
(D.P. Faulds, 1862)
Happy Days in Dixie, or, "Honey Ma Hon." A Song in Ebony.
(F.A. Mills, 45 West 29th St., 1897)