Notated Music Dey said we wouldn't fight words by Mrs. M.A. Kidder; Music by Mrs. Parkhurst.

Format Notated Music
Contributors Kidder, M. A., Mrs
Parkhurst, E. A., Mrs
Dates 1864
Location New York
United States
Language English
Subjects African American
Lincoln, Abraham
Sheet Music
Slavery
Title
Dey said we wouldn't fight words by Mrs. M.A. Kidder; Music by Mrs. Parkhurst.
Contributor Names
Kidder, M. A., Mrs. (Lyricist)
Parkhurst, E. A., Mrs. (Composer)
Created / Published
Horace Waters, New York, c1864
Subject Headings
-  Slavery
-  Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
-  African American
-  Sheet Music
-  United States -- New York
Genre
Sheet Music
Notes
-  Music by Mrs. Parkhurst, author of They tell me I'll forget, The sigh in the heart (waltz sentimental), Only you and I, The dying drummer, The new emancipation song, A home on the mountain, Wait my little one wait, Little Joe the contraband, No slave beneath that starry flag, The soldier's dying farewell, &c.
-  Plate/Publisher number: 1028
Call Number
Plate/Publisher Number: 1028
Stern catalog 4947
Source Collection
Sheet Music from the Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana
Repository
Rare Book And Special Collections Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/lprbscsm.scsm0127

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