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The Immensely Popular End Song. In the Morning by the Bright Light.
(John F. Perry & Co., 13 West St., 4 doors from Washington St., 1879)
Dem Good Ole Times. Plantation Song & Chorus.
(White, Smith & Co., 516 Washington St., 1877)
I'm Going Back to Alabam' to Die. Plantation Melody. Song & Chorus.
(W.L. Thompson & Co., 1878)
Get Along Old Mule, or, "Plowing in the field where the sugar cane grew." Song & Chorus.
(White, Smith, & Perry, 298, 300 Washgton St., 1876)
I'se Gwine to Leave Old Dixie. Companion to "I'se Gwine Back to Dixie."
(White, Smith & Company, 516 Washington Street, 1879)
Down South Where the Sugar Cane Grows.
(Oliver Ditson & Co., 451 Washington St., 1877)