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Songs of the Sable Harmonists. Uncle Ned.
(W.C. Peters & Co., 1848)
Way Down In Ca-I-Ro.
(Firth, Pond & Co., 1 Franklin Square, 1850)
They've Sold Me Down the River. The Negro Father's Lament. Song and Chorus.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, 1853)
Poor Aunt Dinah.
(Edward L. Walker, 160 Chesnut St., next door to the entrance of Barnum's Museum, 1850)
Old Uncle Ned. An Ethiopian Melody.
(F.D. Benteen, 181 Baltimore St., 1848)
The Niggardly Nigger.
(J. Williams, 24 Berners St. W., [n.d.])
Carry the News! Great Sensation Song.
(Lee & Walker, 922 Chestnut St., 1870)
Lucy Neal. Genuine Edition.
(J. Williams, 123 Cheapside Corner of Wood St., [n.d.])
Buckley's Melodies. Lilly White.
(Horace Waters, 333 Broadway, 1854)
Ole Mose, or, Freedom is a Coming. Song and Chorus.
(Henry Tolman & Co., 291 Washington St., 1865)