Slave songs of the United States, by William Francis Allen, Charles Pickard Ware [and] Lucy McKim Garrison.

; Ware, Charles Pickard, 1840-1921 ; Garrison, Lucy McKim
New York, P. Smith, 1951, 1867.

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Other Authors Ware, Charles Pickard, 1840-1921.
Garrison, Lucy McKim.
Subjects African Americans -- Music.
Description 1 p. ?., xlii p., 2 ?., 115 p. 21 cm.
Notes "Copyright 1867. Reprinted 1951."
Contents Almost over ; Archangel, open the door ; Aurore Bradaire ; Away down in Sunbury ; Bell da ring ; Belle Layotte ; Blow your trumpet, Gabriel ; Bound to go ; Brother, guide me home ; Brother Moses gone ; Build a house in paradise ; Calinda ; Caroline ; Charleston gals ; Children do linger ; Come along, Moses ; Come go with me ; The day of judgment ; Don't be weary, traveller ; Early in the morning ; Every hour in the day ; Fare ye well ; Give up the world ; God got plenty o' room ; Go in the wilderness ; The gold band ; The golden altar ; Good-bye ; Good-bye, brother ; Good news, member ; The good old way; The graveyard ; Gwine follow ; Hail, Mary ; Hallelu, hallelu ; Happy morning ; Heave away ; Heaven bell a-ring ; The heaven bells ; Hold out to the end ; Hold your light ; Hunting for a city ; Hunting for the Lord ; The hypocrite and the concubine ; I an' Satan had a race ; I can't stand the fire ; I can't stay behind ; I don't feel weary ; I hear from heaven to-day ; I know when I'm going home ; I'm a-trouble in de mind ; I'm going home ; I'm gwine to Alabamy ; I'm in trouble ; In the mansions above ; I saw the beam in my sister's eye ; I want to die like-a Lazarus die ; I want to go home ; I want to join the band ; I wish I been dere ; Jacob's ladder ; Jehovah, hallelujah ; Jesus on the waterside ; Jesus, won't you come by-and-by ; Jine 'em ; John, John, of the holy order ; Join the angel band ; Jordan's mills ; Just now ; King Emanuel ; Lay this body down ; Lean on the Lord's side ; Let God's salute come in ; Little children, then won't you be glad ; Lolotte ; The lonesome valley ; Lord, make me more patient ; Lord, remember me ; Many thousand go ; There's a meeting here to-night ; Meet, o Lord ; Michael row the boat ashore ; My army cross over ; My body rock 'long fever ; My father, how long ; Musieu Bainjo ; Nobody knows the trouble I've had ; No man can hinder me ; No more rain fall for wet you ; Not weary yet ; O brothers, don't get weary ; O Daniel ; O'er the crossing ; The old ship of Zion ; On to glory ; O shout away ; Poor Rosy ; Praise, member ; Pray all de member ; Pray on ; Rain fall and wet Becca Lawton ; Religion so sweet ; ReĢmon ; The resurrection morn ; Rock o' jubilee ; Rock o' my soul ; Roll, Jordan, roll ; Round the corn, Sally ; Run, nigger, run ; Sabbath has no end ; Sail, o believer ; Satan's camp afire ; Shall I die ; Shock along, John ; Shout on, children ; Sinner won't die no more ; The sin-sick soul ; The social band ; Some valiant soldier ; Stars begin to fall ; Tell my Jesus "Morning" ; These are all my father's children ; Travel on ; The trouble of the world ; This is the trouble of the world ; Wait, Mr. Mackright ; Wake up, Jacob ; We will march through the valley ; What a trying time ; When we do meet again ; The white marble stone ; Who is on the Lord's side ; The winter ; Wrestle on, Jacob ; You must be pure and holy.
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