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Historic Bibliographies and Reference Aids

A Brief List of Material Relating to Ohio Folksong

Compiled by Archive of Folk Culture staff
Publication Date: December 28, 1970

Anderson, George K.
"Two Ballads From 19th Century Ohio." Journal of American Folklore, volume 51, number 199, January-March 1938, pp. 38-46.

Buckley, Bruce R.
"'Uncle' Ira Cephas: A Negro Folk Singer in Ohio." Midwest Folklore, volume 3, number 1, Spring 1953, pp. 5-18.

Cole, Perry.
"They Keep Folklore Alive." Columbus Dispatch Magazine, August 4, 1957, pp. 8-11.

Eddy, Mary O.
"Alexander Auld and The Ohio Harmonist." Midwest Folklore, volume 1, number 1, April 1951, pp. 19-21.

Ballads and Songs from Ohio. New York: J. J. Augustin, 1939. Reprint edition with Foreword by D. K. Wilgus, Hatboro, Penna.: Folklore Associates, 1964.

"Some Early American Hymns." Southern Folklore Quarterly, volume 7, number 2, June 1943, pp. 119-129.

Erdely, Stephen.
"Folksinging of the American Hungarians in Cleveland." Ethnomusicology, volume 8, number 1, January 1964, pp. 14-27.

"Research on Traditional Music and Nationality Groups in Cleveland and Vicinity." Ethnomusicology, volume 12, number 2, May 1968, pp. 245-250.

Galbreath, C. B.
"Song Writers of Ohio: Benjamin Russell Hanby, Author of 'Darling Nelly Gray'." Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly, volume 14, 1905, pp. 180-215.

Grimes, Anne G.
Ohio State Ballads [12" long-playing phonorecord, with booklet]. New York: Folkways Records, FH5217, 1957.

"Possible Relationship Between 'Jump Jim Crow' and Shaker Songs." Midwest Folklore, volume 3, number 1, Spring 1953, pp. 47-57.

Hoover, Earl.
"Benjamin Hanby: Ohio's Stephen Foster." Toledo Blade Sunday Magazine, May 14, 1967, pp. 28-31, 36.

Nye, Pearl R.
Scenes and Songs of the Ohio-Erie Canal. Columbus: The Ohio State Archaeological and Historical society, 1953.

Tatlock, John S. P.
"The Three Ravens of Ohio." Journal of American Folklore, volume 31, number 120, April-June 1918, p. 273.

Tolman, Albert H.
"Some Songs Traditional in the United States." Journal of American Folklore, volume 29, number 112, April-June 1916, pp. 155-197.

Tolman, Albert H., and Mary O. Eddy.
"Traditional Texts and Tunes." Journal of American Folklore, volume 35, number 38, October-December 1922, pp. 335-432.


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