(Of the "Jim Crow" Type)
These songs were issued by very many contemporary publishers, and in most cases the illustrated front covers of the same songs were copied one from the other. Therefore many additional imprints will be found, which cannot be listed for lack of space.
* BACKSIDE ALBANY. Endicott. New York. 1837 [Copyright] Entered. . . . 1837 by Thos. Birch. . . . A Comic Song As Sung by Mess. Hill & Brower. Composed by Michael [Micah] Hawkins . Arranged by W. Clifton. Lith: Endicott. Artist: Spoodlyks.  pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank.
Illustration: Darkey dancing. Group of young darkeys singing and dancing in background around ruins of cabin.
¶ This song is written in negro dialect about the Battle of Lake Champlain, and the second verse mentions the date Eleventh September, 1814.
* COAL BLACK ROSE, THE. P. Maverick. New York. [1830-1831] Compd. By Snyder and Sung by Mr. G. Dixon. The Celebrated American Buffo Singer. Lith, P. Maverick. [n. art.]  pp., pp. 1 and 4 blank.
Illustration: Negro girl's face is shown in top rosebud of group of three between words "Coal" and "Black."
* DANDY JIM FROM CAROLINA. Firth & Hall. New York. 1843 A Popular Negro Melody. As Sung by B. Williams. Lith: Endicott. In. art.] 6 pp., pp. 2 and 6 blank, pp. 3, 4, 5 incorrectly numbered.
Illustration: Dandy darkey admiring himself before mirror.
¶ Later edition bears name of Spoodlyks 1844 as artist. Same lith.
* GUMBO CHAFF. Firth & Hall. New York. [ca. 1838] A Negro Song. Sung with great applause at the Theatres. Lith: Endicott. In. art.]  pp., p. 4 blank.
Illustration: Darkey standing upright in rowboat with furled mast and sail. Oar in hand. Alligator directly ahead.
* JENNY GET YOUR HOE CAKE DONE. Firth & Hall. New York. 1840 The Celebrated Banjo Song. As Sung with Great Applause at the Broadway Circus, N. Y. By J. W. Sweeny. [n. lith. n. art.]  pp., p. 4 blank.
Illustration: Sweeny, in black face, playing banjo on plank platform in arena.