A Sailor's Songbag: An American Rebel in an English Prison, 1777-1779

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Bibliography

Ballad and Broadside Collections Cited
American and British Broadside Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Baring-Gould Collection, British Museum, London, England
British Museum Collection, London, England
Crampton Collection, Bodlien Library, Oxford University, Oxford, England
Douce Collection, Bodlien Library, Oxford University, Oxford, England
Harris Collection, John Hay Library, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Isaiah Thomas Collection, American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts
Local Historical Library Collections, Liverpool, England
Lord Crawford Collection, Wyan Lancaster, England
Madden Collection, Cambridge Library, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England
Roxburghe Ballad Collection, British Museum, London, England
Widener Library Collection, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Works Cited
Abell Francis. Prisoners of War in Britain 1756-1815; A Record of Their Lives, Their Romance, and Their Suffering. London, 1914.
Aiken John. Vocal Poetry. London, 1810.
Alexander John K. Forton Prison During the American Revolution: A Case Study of British Prisoner of War Policy And The American Prisoner Response to that Policy. Essex institute Historical Collections 103 ( 1967): 365-89
Allen Gardner W. Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1927.
----. A Naval History of the American Revolution. 2 vols. Boston, 1913.
American Musical Miscellany, The. Northampton, 1798.
American National Song Book. Boston, 1842.
American Songbook, The. New York, 1815.
American Songster, The. New York, 1830.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • The Songs 23
  • Bibliography 155
  • Index of Titles and First Lines 163
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