Notated Music Snolly-goster Ebenezer: song and dance written by J.B. Murphy, author of Young Eph's lament, Charcoal philosophy, Bully nigger Amos; and sung with immense success by J.W. Smith and others at the principal concert halls and theatres.
Murphy, J. B.
- Snolly-goster Ebenezer: song and dance written by J.B. Murphy, author of Young Eph's lament, Charcoal philosophy, Bully nigger Amos; and sung with immense success by J.W. Smith and others at the principal concert halls and theatres.
- Contributor Names
- Murphy, J. B., d. 1871 (Composer)
- Created / Published
- Endres & Compton, Saint Louis, Missouri, c1864
- Subject Headings
- - Slavery
- - Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
- - African American
- - abolition
- - volunteer
- - Greeley, Horace (1811-1872)
- - Sheet Music
- - United States -- Louisiana
- - United States -- Missouri -- Saint Louis
- Sheet Music
- - Plate/Publisher number: 266-3
- Call Number
- Plate/Publisher Number: 266-3
- Stern catalog 4941
- Source Collection
- Sheet Music from the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
- Rare Book And Special Collections Division
- Digital Id
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