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482        Ballads and Songs of Michigan
"Polly and Willie," Rowell manuscript. See Grcenleaf and Mansfield, pp. 69-70, and Sharp, II, 168.
"Poor Little Joe," Mrs John Lambertson. See Cox, p. 445; Eddy, No. 123; Pound, p. 36; and Stout, pp. 64-65.
"The Pretty Mohea," Miss Muriel Barr, Mrs. Ehza Youngs, Mr. Chauncey Leach, Rowell manuscript, and Tuthill manuscript. See Bulletin, VI, 15-18; Cox, pp. 372-374; Fuson, p. 84; Henry, ]AFL, XLV, 96-59; Hudson, JAFL, XXXIX, 132-134; Mackenzie, pp. 155-156; Pound, No 91; Stout, PP- 33-37; and Thomas, pp. 98-99.
"A Quarrelling Couple," Mrs. Eliza Youngs.
"The Raffle for a Stove," Mr. John Lambertson.
"Red River Valley," Mr. and Mrs. Muchler and Rowell manuscript. See Sandburg, pp. 130-131, and Stout, pp. 74-75.
"Retty's Answer, Releasement, and Marriage with Coolen Bawn." See "William Reily's Courtship."
"Reily's Trial." See 'William Reily's Courtship."
"The Rosewood Casket," Mrs. Charles Cleary and Mr. Fred Buckingham. See Allsopp, II, 206; Henry, JAFL, XLV, 90-96; Perrow, JAFL, XXVIII, 172-173; Pound, p. 52; Stout- pp. 83-85; and Thomas, pp. 100-101.
"Rosie Nell," Mrs. Elmer Jencks, Mrs. Rachel Post, and Mrs. Charles Cleary. See Fuson, p. 99; Pound, p. 49; Sandburg, pp. 114-115; Shoemaker, pp. 137-138; and Stout, pp. 75-76.
"Sadie Ray," Mrs. Maude Simpson from Mrs. Otis Evilsizer, and Mr Henry Smith. See Eddy, No. 181.
"The Sailor and the Tailor," Mr. Karl Jensen. See Camobell and Sharp, pp 163-164; Greenleaf and Mansfield, pp. 112-113; and Sharp, 1,338-340.
"The Sailor Boy's Dream," Lambertson manuscript. See The Universal Songster, I, 444.
"The Sailor Boy's Farewell," Mr. John Wubbena, Standish.
"The Ship That Never Returned," Mrs. John Lambertson, Mr. Herbert Ross, and Miss Mabel Tuggle. See Perrow, JAFL, XXVIII, 171-172; Pound, p. 41; and Sandburg, pp. 146-147.
"Sir Robert Peel," Gernsey manuscript.
"The Soldier's Boy," Miss Muriel Barr. See Cox, pp. 275--276; Greenleaf and Mansfield, pp. 201-202; and Shoemaker, p. 74.
"The Soldier's Letter," Mr. and Mrs Charles Muchler.
"The Stepfather," Gernsey manuscript. See Eddy, No. 205.
'The Stepmother," Mrs. Charles Cleary, Mrs. John Lambertson, and Tuthili manuscript. See Allsopp, II, 202; Fuson, p 146; and Louise Pound, "Traditional Ballads in Nebraska," JAFL, XXVI, 358.
'The Tattoo on the Arm," Mrs. John Lambertson.
"That Southern Wagon," Gernscy manuscript. See Cox, p. 271.







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