Come listen all you galls and boys I's jist from Tuckyhoe
|Creator:||Rice, Tom, 1808-1860 Rice, Tom, 1808-1860.|
[between 1819 and 1831]
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From the collection of Paul Mellon.
For voice and piano.
"[Jim Crow] was the invention of Thomas Dartmouth ('Daddy') Rice"--Series of old American songs / Brown University Library, no. 15.
"1819-1831. Riley, E., 29 Chatham St. [New York]"--Early American sheet music / Dichter & Shapiro, p. 226.
Verses 1-4 printed on p. ; verses 5-44 printed on p. 
Cover illustration: lithograph of ragged Afro-American man with hand on hip and 2 cabins in background, with caption "Mr. T. Rice as the original Jim Crow."
1 close score ( p.)
1 close score ( p.) ; 34 cm.
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