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shipcmo Sailors' Songs or Chanties- Songbook Index (100* d) RE: Sailors' Songs or Chanties- Songbook Index 09 Jan 11


Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore
                         Durham, N.C., Duke University Press, 1952

                            Volume 2 (words only)
The Sweet Trinity (The Golden Vanity)
The Golden Willow Tree
The Lonesome Low
Cabin Boy
Lowland Lonesome Low
The Mermaid
The Faithful Sailor Boy
Captain Kidd
High Barbary
Lost on the Lady Elgin
The Ship That Never Returned
Paul Jones
The Florence C. McGee

                                  Volume 3 (words only)
I'll Fire Dis Trip (Fire down below)
Haul, Haul, Haul, Boys
Old Horse, Old Horse
For Six Days Do All That Thou Art Able
Alphabet Of The Ship
Whip Jamboree
I Have A Father In My Native Land ('A Sailor's Chantey')
Sal's In The Garden Sifting Sand

                            Volume 4 (music)
The Sweet Trinity (The Golden Vanity)
The Turkish Revoloo
The Golden Willow Tree
The Lonesome Low
The Lonesome Low (second version)
Cabin Boy
The Mermaid
Stormy Winds
The Faithful Sailor Boy
The Sailor Boy
High Barbary
The Ship That Never Returned
Paul Jones
The Florence C. McGee

                              Volume 5 (music)
I'll Fire Dis Trip (Fire down below)
Alphabet Of The Ship
Whip Jamboree
Blow the Man Down
Hanging Johnnie
Haul Away, Joe
What Shall We Do with a Drunken Sailor?
When Johnnie Comes Down to Hilo
Whiskey Johnny


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