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List of References-Abbreviations
Pound, Ballads: Louise Pound, American Ballads and Songs. New York, 1922.
PTFLS: Publications of the Texas Folk-Lore Society.
Richardson and Spaeth: Ethel Park Richardson and Sigmund Spaeth, American Mountain Songs. (New York, 1927).
Randolph: Vance Randolph, The O^arks: an American Survival of Primitive Society. New York, 1931.
Sandburg: Carl Sandburg, The American Songbag. New York, 1927.
Sargent and Kittredge: Helen Child Sargent and George Lyman Kittredge, English and Scottish Popular Ballads, Studenfs Cambridge Edition. Cambridge, 1904.
Scarborough: Dorothy Scarborough, On the Trail of Negro hoik-Songs. Cambridge, 1925.
Sharp, Songs, 1: Cecil J. Sharp, American-hnglish folk-Songs Collected in the Southern Appalachians. First Series. London, Novello and Co., n. d.
Sharp, Songs, II. Cecil J. Sharp, Folk-Songs of English Otigm Collected in the Appalachian Mountains. Second Series. I/indon, Novello and Co , n d
Shcann: Hubert G. Sheann, British Ballads in the Cumberland Mountains. Reprinted from the Seiranee Review, July, 1911. Sewanee, Tennessee
Shcann and Combs: Hubert G Sheann and Josiah H. Combs, A Syllabus of Kentucky Folk-Song?, in "Transylvania Studies in English, 11". Lexington, Kentucky, 1911.
Shoemaker, 2nd ed.: Henry W. Shoemaker, North Pennsylvania Minstrelsy. Second Edition Altoona, Pennsylvania, 1923
Shoemaker, 3rd ed.: Henry W Shoemaker, Mountain Minstrelsy of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Newman F NIcGirr, 193t
C. A Smith: C. Alphonso Smith, Ballads Surviving in the United States. Reprinted from the Alusical Quarterly, New York, January, 1916
Reed Smith Reed Smith, The Traditional Ballad and its South Carolina Survivals Bulletin of the University of South Carolina, No 162, May 1, 1925. Columbia, South Carolina
Reed Smith, Ballads- Reed Smith, South Carolina Ballads. Cambridge, 1928.
Spaeth, Read ''em and Weep- Sigmund Spaeth, Read %em and Weep- the Songs You Forgot to Remember New York, T927.
Spcnth, Weep Some More' Sigmund Spaeth, Weep Some More, My Lady. New York, 1927
Sturgis and Hughes: Edith B. Sturgis and Robert Hughes, Songs from the Hills of 1 ermont New York (1919)
Thomas, lean Thomas, DevilV Ditties. Chicago, 1931.
VVvnian and Brockway. l^orainc Wyman and Howard Brockway, Lonesome 7lines, I' oiks ongs from the Kentucky Mountains. New York, 1916.
>X vman and Brockway, Songs: Loraine Wyman and Howrard Brockway, Tirenty Kentucky Mountain Songs Boston, 1920