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My Home in Alabam." Song and Chorus.
(John F. Perry & Co., 13 West Street, 1881)
Songs of the Nightingale Serenaders. Brack Eyed Susianna.
(A. Fiot, 196 Chesnut St., 1848)
Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Boston Gals. Song and Chorus
(Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
Harmoneons Carolina Melodies. O Where is the Spot That I Was Born On.
(C. Bradlee & Co., 184 Washington St., 1845)
Songs of the Nightingale Serenaders. De Banks ob de Ohio.
(A. Fiot, 196 Chesnut St., 1846)
The Only Correct & Authorized Edition. Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders. Rosa Lee, or, Dont Be Foolish Joe.
(William Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Cor. of Park Place, 1847)
Old Dan Tucker. A Celebrated Banjo Song, Arranged for the Piano-Forte Series Title Music of the Ethiopian Serenaders. Nine Songs and a Set of Cotillions.
(E. Ferrett & Co., 68 South Fourth Street, [n.d.])
Authorized Edition. The Favorite Negro Melody, A Life by De Galley Fire
(John Mitchell, Publisher to her Majesty, 33 Old Bond Street, [n.d.])
The Rose of Alabama (Words Used by Permission of Turner & Fisher).
(Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, 1846)
The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Stop Dat Knocking. A Duett Sung by one in imitation of two rival niggers Gumbo & Sambo.
(Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row, 1843)