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Brewster: Ballads and Songs of Indiana               17
Lomax—John A. Lomax. Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads. New York, 1910.
Mackenzie—W. Roy Mackenzie. The Quest of the Ballad. Princeton, 1919.
Mackenzie, Ballads—W. Roy Mackenzie. Ballads and Sea Songs from Nova Scotia. Cambridge, 1928.
MAFLSMemoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society.
McGill—Josephine McGill. Folk-Songs of the Kentucky Mountains. New York, 1917.
PMLAPublications of tJie. Modern Language Association.
Pound—Louise Pound. Folk-Song of Nebraska, and the Central West, A Syllabus. Nebraska Academy of Sciences, Publications, Vol. IX, No. 3.
Pound, Ballads—Louise Pound. American Ballads and Songs. New York, 1922.
PTFLSPublications of the Texas Folk-Lore Society. Austin, 1916—.
Richardson—Ethel Park Richardson. American Mountain Songs (ed. Sig-mund Spaeth). New York, 1927.
Rickaby—Franz Rickaby. Ballads and Songs of the Shanty-Boy. Cam­bridge, 1926.
Sandburg—Carl Sandburg. The American Songbag. New York, 1927.
Sargent and Kittredge—Helen Child Sargent and George Lyman ELitt-redge. English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Cambridge, 1904.
Scarborough—Dorothy Scarborough. On the Trail of Negro Folk-Songs. Cambridge, 1925.
Scarborough, Song Catcher—Dorothy Scarborough. A Song Catcher in Southern Mountains. New York, 1937.
Shearin—Hubert G. Shearin. British Ballads in the Cumberland Moun­tains. Reprinted from the Sewanee Review, July, 1911.
Shearin and Combs—Hubert G. Shearin and Josiah H. Combs. A Syllabus of Kentucky Folk-Songs (Transylvania Studies in English, II). Lex­ington, 1911.
Shoemaker—Henry W. Shoemaker. North Pennsylvania Minstrelsy. 2d edition. Altoona, 1923.
C. A. Smith—C. Alphonso Smith. Ballads Surviving in the United States. Reprinted from the Musical Quarterly, January, 1916. New York.
Smith—Reed Smith. The Traditional Ballad and Its South Carolina Sur­vivals. Bulletin of the University of South Carolina, No. 162, May 1, 1925. Columbia, S. C.
Smith, Ballads—Reed Smith. South Carolina Ballads. Cambridge, 1928.
Thomas—Jean Thomas. Devil's Ditties. . . . Chicago, 1931.
Wyman and Brockway—Loraine Wyman and Howard Brockway. Lonesome Tunes, Folk-Songs from the Kentucky Mountains. New York, 1916-
Wyman and Brockway, Songs—Loraine Wyman and Howard Brockway. Twenty Kentucky Mountain Songs. Boston, 1920.

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