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Emancipation Day. The Original American Version. Supplemented by a New and Original Copyright Edition by Harry Hunter. [with additional text]
(Francis Bros. & Day (Blenheim House), 351 Oxford Street, W., [n.d.])
The Ghost of Uncle Tom.
(Horace Waters, 333 Broadway, 1854)
Down South Where the Sugar Cane Grows.
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 451 Washington St., 1877)
Melodies of Bancker's Troupe of Sable Brothers. Belle of Baltimore.
(A. & J.P. Ordway, 339 Washington St., 1848)
De Day I Was Sot Free! Sam Lucas' Great Songs.
(White, Smith & Company, 1875)
Old Shady. Contraband Song and Chorus. Song of the Mississippi Contrabands.
(S.T. Gordon, 538 Broadway, [n.d.])
De Slavery Chain Am Broke at Last.
(John F. Perry & Co., 13 West Street, 1880)
Ole Mose, or, Freedom is a Coming. Song and Chorus.
(Henry Tolman & Co., 291 Washington St., 1865)
Ching a Ring Chaw.
(Geo. Willig Junr., [n.d.])
Get Along Old Mule, or, "Plowing in the field where the sugar cane grew." Song & Chorus.
(White, Smith, & Perry, 298, 300 Washgton St., 1876)