Books | Notated Music Contraband's song of freedom. Auner's Printing Office, N. E. corner 11th & Market Sts. Philada, Pa. [c. 1865]
- Contraband's song of freedom. Auner's Printing Office, N. E. corner 11th & Market Sts. Philada, Pa. [c. 1865]
- Created / Published
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1865, monographic.
- song sheet
- - "Words and music by Eastburn. Entered according to act of Congress in the year of 1865, by W. R. Smith, agt. in the clerks office of the district court of the United States for the eastern district of Pa."
- - In English. (language)
- 1 score
- American Song Sheets Library of Congress Rare Books and Special Collections
- Shelf Location
- Series 1 Volume 2
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