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Other Songs Sung in Michigan          481
"Litde Susin, the Pride of Kildore," Rowell manuscript. See Gardner, pp 216-217, and The Sailor's Glory ot Naval Songstet; Songs for Ashore and Afloat (Devonport, n d ), p. 3.
"The Lone Indian," Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muchler.
"Lorena," Mrs. Maude Simpson from Mrs. Otis Evilsizer, and Mr Clyde Cooper, Belding. See Hudson, JAFL, XXXIX, 186, Pound, p. 46; and Shoemaker, pp. I93-J94-
"Mary of the Wild Moor," Miss Muriel Barr, Mrs. Charles Cleary, Mr. John Lam-bertson, Rowell manuscript, and Gernsey manuscript. See Cox, pp. 437--438; Henry, JAFL, XLV, 69-70; Shoemaker, p. 114; Stout, pp. 28-30; Sturgis and Hughes, pp. 36-39; Tolman and Eddy, JAFL, XXXV, 389-390, and Williams, p 213.
"Mary's Dream," Lambertson manuscript. See Cox, pp 435-436; Eddy, No 71; Perrow, JAFL, XXVIII, 157; Shoemaker, pp. 214-215; and The Universal Songstei, III, 213.
"The Mason's Dream," Gernsey manuscript.
"Massa Had a Yaller Gal," Mr. Elmer Jencks. Sec Robert Duncan Bass, "Negro Songs from the Pedec Country," JAFL, XLIV, 433-434; Henry, JAFL, XLV, 170-171; and Scarborough, On the Tiail of Negto Fol--Songs, pp. 66-68.
"The Mistletoe Bough," Mrs. Henry Culver, Clyde. See Shoemaker, pp. 143-144, and Stout- pp. 45-47.
"Mrs. Johnson," Mr. B. A. Checkering.
"My Gum Tree Canoe," Mrs. John Lambertson. See Heait Songs, p. 250, and Pound, p. 64.
"My Love Is a Youyou," Mrs. Frank Donovan, Grattan Center.
"My Old Wife," Mr. Henry Smith. See Williams, p. 140
"The Old Broad Horn," Mr. Henry Smith.
"The Old Grey Goose," Mrs. Emeline Jenks Crampton.
"The Old New England Girl," Mr. Chauncey Leach.
"The Orphan Boy," Gernscy manuscript. Sec Ford's list ot Massachusetts broadsides, Nos. 2919 and 3277.
"The Orphan Girl," Mrs. Charles Cleary. See Fuson, p. 147; Henry, JAFL, XLV, 66-68; Perrow, JAFL, XXVIII, 170; and Sandburg, pp. 316-319
"The Orphans," Mrs. Lyons, Belding. See Eddy, No. 176.
"Ossian's Serenade," Mrs Charles Cleary and Lambcrtson manuscript See Pound, p. &j9 and Shoemaker, pp. 97-100.
"Our Grandfather's Days," Mr. Henry Smith and Rowell manuscript See Beadle's Dime Centennial Songster (New York, 1859), No, 4.
"Patrick Sheehan," Mr. W. J, McCarthy, Parnell. See Dean, p. 3; O'Conor, p. 72; and Shoemaker, pp. 224-225.
"Patrick's Baby," Mr. Elmer Jencks.







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