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Old Dan Emmit's Original Banjo Melodies Never Before Published. Second Series. Corn Field Green. A Parody on "A Summers Day."
(Keith's Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
Music of the Great Southern Original Sable Harmonists, The Best Band of Singers in the United States.
(Millets Music Saloon, 329 Broadway, 1848)
Lucy Neale. A Celebrated Negro Melody
(J.G. Osbourn's Music Saloon, 112 S. 3d. St., Near the Exchange, 1844)
Music of the Original Christy Minstrels, The Oldest Established Band in the United States. Oh! Susanna.
(C. Holt Jr., 156 Fulton St., 1848)
Coralie. A New Ethiopian Song.
(Wm. Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, 1849)
The Christy's, and Other Minstrels' Favorite Melodies. My Lubly Dinah Mae.
(Atwill, 201 Broadway, 1848)
Foster's Ethiopian Melodies. Nelly Was A Lady.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Square, 1849)
Songs of the Sable Harmonists. Susanna.
(G. Willig, Jr., 197 Baltimore St., 1848)
Virginia Minstrels, No. 14. Take Me Back to Old Virginny.
(F.D. Benteen, 1847)
Jim Crow Jubilee. A Collection of Negro Melodies.
(Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, 1847)