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Mappamundi: songs of the United States and Canada

Mappamundi: songs and ballads of the United States and Canada

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We Are Stole and Sold: An abolitionist lament on slavery.

How Stands the Glass Around?: An 18th century English song beloved by British and Colonial soldiers alike during the Revolutionary war.

The Harvest Hymn: A shape-note hymn from the earliest part of the tradition now known as Sacred Harp singing; it compares harvest time to the end of the world; it also offers interesting insight into colonial agricultural practices!

Tobacco: Written by Tobias Hume in 1603, it compares tobacco to love, showing the high esteem this very profitable export garnered in the colonies.

Brave Wolfe: The story of General Wolfe, who won against the French outside Quebec but died of his battlefield injuries.

Acre of Ground
Angel's Hymn
Apple Tree
Away With Rum
Barbara Allen
Black Jack Davy
Blind Bartimus
Blue
Bold Wolfe
Bowie Bowerie
Brave Wolfe
Bundling Song
Carrion Crow
Celestial Watering
Children Now Our Meeting is Over
Cloudburst
Cookham
Cool of the Day
Corinna
Daniel Prayed
Desponding Negro
Dixie's Green Shore
Drinking Gourd
Dying British Sergeant
Elated
Farewell to Bedford
Fiducia
Fiducia
Free Grace
From Earth to Heaven
Fulfillment
Garden Hymn
General Wolfe
Golden Vanity
Good in Living
Hallelujah
Hard Times
Harvest Hymn
Housecarpenter, The
How Stands the Glass Around?
Humility
I Will Guide Thee
Imaginary Trouble
Indeed Pretty Polly
James Campbell
Jamestown Homeward
John Cherokee
Kangaroo Sat on an Oak
Lady and the Gypsy
Leander
Little Carpenter
Long Journey
Lord Bateman
Loss of the Snorre
Lovely Vine
Millenium
Narrow Space
Ninety-third Psalm
Northfield
Northport
Now is Come Our Joyful Feast
On Springfield Mountain
Once I had a sweetheart
Pale Ring
Parting Friends
Poor Mourning Souls
Pretty Saro
Promised Land, The
Rainbow
Rambler from Clare
Rambling Boy
Rattlesnake
Resurrected Sweetheart
Rich Man, The
Rock the Cradle Joe
Santy Anna
Shepherd's Daughter
Sherburne
Sweet Prospect
Sweet Rivers of Rede
Sweet Sunny South
Tenting Tonight
That Was an Awful Night
Time to Remember the Poor
To the Ladies
Turn Your Radio On
Turtledove
Very First Blessing
Water is Wide
Wayfaring Stranger
We Are Stole & Sold
White
Who is the man
Why Do You Bob Your Hair, Girls?
Wild Rippling Water
Windham
Wood Street