Working class -- Songs and music
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Contains chapters 1 and 12, and pages 186 and 248 of Archie Green, ‘Only a Miner’, (Urbana: University of Illinois, 1972), Philip S. Foner, American Labor Songs of the Nineteenth Century’, (Urbana: University of Illinois, 1975), pp 200-205. Also includes sheet music for songs ‘Which Side are You on?’ and ‘Miner’s Life is Like a Sailor’s’, extracted from the publications of ‘Songs of Work and Protest’ and ‘Come All ye Bold Miners’.
Contains material that is either written or edited by Bruce Jackson. Includes ‘What Happened to Jody?’, ‘Journal of American Folklore’, Vol. 80, No. 318, Oct-Dec 1967, and ‘Wake up Dead Man: Afro-American Worksongs from Texas Prisons’, (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1972).
Contains the full facsimile copy of R.M. Dick (ed.), ‘The Growing Tradition: A collection of New Zealand songs’ [unpublished]. Some annotation of the front, “further to my recent letter. Andrew Campbell.” The songs document colonial life, the New Zealand back country and soldier experience in the various wars of the 20th century [See ‘Roger Dick’ folder].