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Old Dan Emmit's Original Banjo Melodies Never Before Published. Second Series. Corn Field Green. A Parody on "A Summers Day."
(Keith's Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St., 1844)
Hannah, Is You Dar? Song and Chorus.
(Geo. D. Newhall & Co., 1880)
Ethiopian Melodies of White's Serenaders. The Old Pine Tree.
(Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square, 1849)
Lucy Neale. A Celebrated Negro Melody
(J.G. Osbourn's Music Saloon, 112 S. 3d. St., Near the Exchange, 1844)
Campbell's Melodies. Poor Nelly Ann.
(Wm. Hall & Son, 239 Broadway, Cor. of Park Place, 1848)
The Old Man Ain't What He Used to Be. Companion to The Old Home Ain't What It Used To Be. Song & Chorus.
(White, Smith & Company, 1874)
Wake Nicodemus. Song and Chorus.
(Root & Cady, 67 Washington St., 1864)
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.])
Mosey on to Glory. Song and Chorus.
(John F. Ellis & Co., 937 Penna. Ave., 1886)