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His Life And Background In Cincinnati 1846 - 1850 by Raymond Walters

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144             Youth's Golden Gleam
August 15, 1848) and included important Ken­tucky families who mingled freely in Cincinnati.
2. Margaret Rives King, Diary, quoted by Clara Longworth DeChambrun, The Making of Nicholas Longworth, 1933, p. 94.
3.  Gazette, December 18, 1846.
4. Words in the song "Dolly Day."
5.  Gazette, June 27,1851.
6. ibid., October 8, 1847. Reference to this Cincinnati excursion in Louisville Morning Courier, October 11,1847.
7. Notation of Morrison Foster reproduced in mu­seum of the Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown; original is in the Foster Hall Collection.
8. Young E. Allison, Stephen C. Foster and American Songs, pamphlet preface.
9.  E. Jay Wohlgemuth, Paper on "Stephen Foster and Harriet Beecher Stowe," riles of Literary Club, Cincinnati.
10. Quoted in Foster Hall Bulletin, No. 9, November
1933, P- 9-
11.  Editor Wharton of the Wheeling, W.Va., Times, quoted in Gazette, October 20, 1847.
12.  Cale Young Rice, "Lines Written for the Dedica­tion to Kentucky of the Old Kentucky Home," 1923. Copy in Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown.
13. Howard, p. 37.
14. John Tasker Howard, article in The Musical Quar­terly, January 1935.
15.  Mrs. H. A. Cordes, of Cincinnati, is a grand­daughter of Fannie Foster Green.
16. Thomas D. Clark, "The Slavery Background of Foster's My Old Kentucky Home," The Filson Club History Quarterly, January 1936.
17. Harriet Beecher Stowe, "The Story of Uncle Tom's Cabin," Old South Leaflets, Vol. IV, No. 82, pp. 1-28.







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