Catalog Record: The old plantation melodies | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The old plantation melodies / written and composed by Stephen Collins Foster, Walter Kittredge and others ; illustrated by Charles Copeland and Mary Hallock Foote.

Related Names: Copeland, Charles 1858-1929., Foote, Mary Hallock 1847-1938., Kittredge, Walter 1834-1905., Foster, Stephen Collins 1826-1864.
Language(s): English
Published: New York : H.M. Caldwell, [1890?]
Subjects: Songs, English
African Americans > Social life and customs
Southern States > Pictorial works.
African Americans > Social life and customs > Pictorial works.
Southern States > Songs and music.
Songs, English > United States.
Songs > Texts
United States
Pictorial works
Note: Principally words printed as text with accompanying illustrations; includes the music for each song.
Physical Description: [196] p. : ill., music ; 21 cm.
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