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A List of Sources for "The Dummy Line"

Compiled by: Joseph C. Hickerson
Publication Date: September 21, 1977

Belden, Henry M. and Arthur Palmer Hudson, editors.
The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore, volume 3, Folksongs from North Carolina. Durham: Duke University Press, 1952, p. 521.

Coleman, Satis N. and Adolph Bregman
Songs of American Folks. New York: John Day, 1942. Reprinted, Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1968, pp. 70-71.

Harbin, E. O.
Paradology: Songs for Fun and Fellowship. Nashville: Cokesbury Press, 1927, p. 31.

Hickerson, Joseph C.
"The Dummy Line." Folknik (San Francisco Folk Music Club), volume 7, number 2, March-April 1971, pp. 5-6.

Leach, Clifford.
Bottoms Up! A "Loving Cup" Filled to the Brim with Songs for All Sorts of Convivial Occasions. New York: Paull-Pioneer Music Corp., 1933, pp. 90-91.

Leisy, James F.
Abingdon Song Kit. New York, Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1957, p. 22.

Lynn, Frank.
Songs for Singin'. San Francisco: Chandler Publishing Co., 1961, p. 70.

Perrow, E. C.
"Songs and Rhymes from the South." Journal of American Folklore, volume 26, number 100, April-June 1913, pp. 123-173. P. 171: "De Dummy."

Scarborough, Dorothy.
On the Trail of Negro Folk-Songs. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1925. Reprinted with Forward by Roger D. Abrahams, Hatboro, Penna: Folklore Associates, 1963, pp. 244-45: "De Dummy Line."



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