American Folksongs of Protest

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List of Songs and Ballads
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A-Goin' Shout (No More Mournin'), 101
A.R.U., 57
Ain't Got No Home in This World Anymore, 298
All Around the Jailhouse, 251
Arise, Ye Garvey Nation, 108
Aunt Molly's Appeal, 259
Aunt Molly's Bible Song, 254
Babylon Is Fallen, 103
*Ballad of Barney Graham, The, 165
Ballad of Bloody Thursday, The, 237
Ballad of Harriet Tubman, 90
Ballad of Henry Ford, The, 228
Ballad of John Catchins, The, 230
Ballad of Talmadge, 120
Ballad of the Blue Bell Jail, 143
Ballad of the Chicago Steel Massacre,
232
Ballad of Voight's Camp, The, 240
*Beans, Bacqn, and Gravy, 64
Big Fat Boss and the Workers, The, 250
Big Rock Candy Mountains, The, 203
Bourgeois Blues, The, 115
Buoy Bells for Trenton, 119
Buzzardaree, The, 239
California Prison Song, The, 178
Casey Jones, the Union Scab, 186
Charles Town Land Shark, The, 25
Chicken Never Roost Too High for Me, 69
*Chief Aderholt, 248
Come All You Hardy Miners, 167
Come on Scabs if You Want to Hear, 138
*Corn Pone, 111
Cotton Farmer Blues, 222
Coulee Dam, 291
Coxey Army, 62
Cutty Wren, The, 110
*Dark as a Dungeon, 172
Dead from the Dust, 295
*Death of Harry Simms, The, 271
Dives and Lazarus, 77
Don't Turn Around, 234
Down on Roberts' Farm, 216
*Dreadful Memories, 273
*Drinking Gourd, The, 99
Dump the Bosses Off Your Back, 183
East Ohio Miners' Strike, 270
End of Bill Snyder, The, 30
Escape from Slavery of Henry Box Brown, 93
Everett, November Fifth, 184
Every Man His Own Politician, 23
Fare Ye Well Old Ely Branch, 268
Farmer Is the Man, The, 213
Father How Long, 97
Fellow Workers Pay Attention, 179
Ferguson Brothers Killing, The, 117
Frank Little (frag.), 253
Frankfort Town, 18
Freight Handlers' Strike, The, 52
Frisco Strike Saga, 236

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