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Music of the Great Southern Original Sable Harmonists, The Best Band of Singers in the United States.
(Millets Music Saloon, 329 Broadway, 1848)
Poor Charlie, or, The Old Slave, who ran away and was carried back to his Master.
(G.P. Reed & Co., 13 Tremont St., 1855)
Ole Mose, or, Freedom is a Coming. Song and Chorus.
(Henry Tolman & Co., 291 Washington St., 1865)
I'm Going Back to Alabam' to Die. Plantation Melody. Song & Chorus.
(W.L. Thompson & Co., 1878)
Dear Old Home.
(John F. Perry & Co., 538 Washington St., Opp. Boston Theatre, 1875)
I Lost My Massa When Dey Set Me Free. Song and Chorus.
(Ludden & Bates, 1882)
Who's a Gwine to Take Care of Me? Song & Chorus.
(J.L. Peters, 1876)
The Pen of Stephen Foster.
(Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc., 1941)
Foster's Melodies. No.49. Old Black Joe.
(Armstrong Music Pub. Co's Edition de Luxe, 17 West 28th Street, [n.d.])
Carry Me Back to Old Virginny. Song and Chorus.
(John F. Perry & Co., 18 West Street, 4 doors from Washington, 1878)