Audio Recording Michigan I-O Colley's Run I-O

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Title
Michigan I-O
Other Title
Colley's Run I-O
Alternate Title
Colley's Run I-O
Contributor Names
Wells, Lester (singer)
Lomax, Alan -- 1915-2002 (recordist)
Created / Published
Library of Congress, 1960.
Subject Headings
-  Michigan
-  Lumbering
-  Folk songs--United States
-  Ballads
-  Lumbermen--Songs and music
-  Work songs
-  Work and Industry
-  Songs and Music
Notes
-  This song is based on the popular lumberman's song "Colley's Run I-O" and uses the same tune. (Content)
-  This song was published on the Library of Congress recording "Songs of the Michigan lumberjacks" AAFS L 56, 1960. (bibliographic history)
-  Recorded in Traverse City, Michigan. (venue)
-  Forms part of the Alan Lomax Michigan and Wisconsin Recordings Collection. (source)
-  September 1938. (date)
Form
sound recording
Extent
1 sound recording
Repository
American Folklife Center
LC Classification
AFC 1939/007: AFS02303B
Online Format
audio
Description
sound recording | 1 sound recording | This song is based on the popular lumberman's song "Colley's Run I-O" and uses the same tune. (Content). This song was published on the Library of Congress recording "Songs of the Michigan lumberjacks" AAFS L 56, 1960. (Bibliographic History). Recorded in Traverse City, Michigan. (Venue). Forms part of the Alan Lomax Michigan and Wisconsin Recordings Collection. (Source). September 1938. (Date). Sound Recording (Form).
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Chicago citation style:

Wells, Lester, and Alan Lomax. Michigan I-O. Library of Congress, 1960. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200197714/. (Accessed April 28, 2017.)

APA citation style:

Wells, L. & Lomax, A. (1960) Michigan I-O. Library of Congress. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200197714/.

MLA citation style:

Wells, Lester, and Alan Lomax. Michigan I-O. Library of Congress, 1960. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200197714/>.