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

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146             Youth's Golden Gleam
21.  Gazette, March 31, 1847.
22.  ibid., April 15, 1847; Chronicle, September 4, 1847; Pittsburgh Daily Commercial Journal, September 7, 1847.
23.  Pittsburgh Daily Commercial Journal, September 11, 1847.
24.  Gazette, October 8, 1849.
25.  First edition copy in the Foster Hall Collection.
26.  Pittsburgh Morning Post, February 21, 1850.
27.  Gazette, August 28,1848.
28.  Carl Wittke, Tambo and Bones, 1930, p. 20.
29.  R. P. Nevin, Atlantic Monthly, November 1867.
30. Dean J. Rice, quoted by Howard, pp. 125-6, 128.
31.  Letter quoted by Howard, pp. 180,196.
32.  Chronicle, November 23, 1847.
33.  Gazette, July 30, 1849.
34.  Slave Songs of the United States, 1867, No. 7, cited by Henry E. Krehbiel.
35. Henry E. Krehbiel, Afro-American Folksongs, 1913, pp. 16-17.
36.  George Pullen Jackson, article on Stephen Foster, The Musical Quarterly, April 1936, p. 169.
CHAPTER VIII
A TALE OF TWO BORDER CITIES
1.  Pittsburgh Daily Commercial Journal, October 24, 1846.
2.  ibid*> May 25, 1847.
3. Advertisement of Peters, Field & Co., in Cincin­nati Daily Chronicle, July 13, 1848.
4.  Pittsburgh Gazette, May 20,1847.
5. New notes and advertisements in Pittsburgh news­papers.
6. Pittsburgh Gazette, August 4, 1847; Daily Com-mercial Journal, August 19,1847.







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