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Songs of the American West, compiled and edited by Richard E. Lingenfelter, Richard A. Dwyer, & David Cohen. Drawings by Steven M. Johnson

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Songs of the American West
Title
Songs of the American West
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compiled and edited by Richard E. Lingenfelter, Richard A. Dwyer, & David Cohen. Drawings by Steven M. Johnson
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
bibliography
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Lingenfelter, Richard E
Form of composition
folk music
LC call number
M1629.L63
LC item number
S7
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1942 April 26-
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  • Dwyer, Richard A
  • Cohen, David
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  • Folk songs, English
  • Folk music
  • West (U.S.)
Label
Songs of the American West, compiled and edited by Richard E. Lingenfelter, Richard A. Dwyer, & David Cohen. Drawings by Steven M. Johnson
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Unacc. melodies; includes chord symbols
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 573-584
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
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  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The rolling stone
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • A miners' meeting
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • I want to make the riffle
  • We came to Tamichi
  • [words by] Scott Judy and Doc Hammond
  • The seven devil mines
  • [words by] H.F. Johnson
  • Colorado home
  • When I was a miner, a hard-rock miner
  • Westward ho
  • Casey Jones, the miner
  • The broken-hearted leaser
  • [words by] Charles E. Winter
  • The Belmont Stopes
  • I wandered today up the hill, Maggie
  • J.A. Butterfield
  • The rustling song
  • Bisbee's queen
  • Cousin Jack
  • I once was a carman in the Big Mountain con
  • Coming around the horn
  • Drill, ye miners, drill!
  • Thomas F. Casey
  • Only a miner killed in the breast
  • Stand by your union
  • The copper strike of '17
  • [words by] Joe Kennedy
  • The miner
  • [words by] Scottie
  • The scab's lament
  • Charles K. Harris
  • L.V.H. Crosby, John A. Stone
  • A scabby cousin Jack
  • [words by] Joe Kennedy.
  • Strike breaker's lament
  • Solidarity forever
  • [words by] Scottie
  • Come, come, ye saints
  • J.T. White, William Clayton
  • There is a people in the West
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Upper California
  • The fools of '49
  • Edward J. Loder, John Taylor
  • Deseret
  • Henry Russell, William Willes
  • They cry 'deluded Mormons'
  • [words by] William Willes
  • A church without a prophet
  • Edward L. Loder
  • In the hive of deseret
  • John Davy, William Willes
  • The handcarts, I
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • [words by] William Hobbs
  • The handcarts, II
  • A. Hart
  • the handcarts, III
  • S.C. Foster, Philip Margetts
  • Early this spring we'll leave Nauvoo
  • [words by] Barnard White
  • In 1864
  • The way they emigrage
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Oh, California
  • Wish I was a Mormonite
  • Brigham Young, I
  • [words by] J.W. Conner
  • Brigham Young, II
  • The Mormon king
  • [words by] G.W. Anderson
  • The Mormon creed
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Mormon love serenade
  • S. Riggs, Alfred Norton
  • S.C. Foster, J. Nichols
  • My wife has become a Mormonite
  • In the midst of these awful Mormons
  • [words by] William Willes
  • The cohabs
  • [words by] George Hicks
  • The Mormon question
  • A ripping trip
  • Humbug steamship companies
  • To the West
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Sacramento
  • The dying Californian
  • Ball and Drinkard
  • Crossing the plains
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • O if I was at home again
  • [words by] John P. Grantham
  • Sweet Betsey from Pike
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Henry Russell, C. McKay
  • Emigrant from Pike
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Arrival of the greenhorn
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Johnny's dead
  • The pioneer stage driver
  • [words by] Charley Rhoades
  • California stage company
  • J.R. Myers, John A. Stone
  • The overland stage driver
  • To the West : a parody
  • [words by] Nat Stein
  • The bull-whacker
  • Bill Peters, the stage driver
  • Pete Orman
  • [words by] Asher
  • Freighting from Wilcox to Globe.
  • The railroad cars are coming
  • [words by] Robert Snell
  • Subsidy : a Goat Island ballad
  • The iron horse
  • Hell in Texas
  • Echo Canyon
  • Bishop Zack, the Mormon engineer
  • [words by] S.L. Samson
  • Way out in Idaho
  • The wandering laborer's song
  • The Peninsula Pike
  • [words by] Charley L. Grant
  • Casey Jones, the union scab
  • [words by] Joe Hill
  • Seeing the elephant
  • Ho! for California!
  • D.D. Emmett, D.G. Robinson
  • Hunting after gold
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • The gold digger's lament
  • Prospecting dream
  • S.C. Foster, John A. Stone
  • California ball
  • G.P. Knauff, John A. Stone
  • Joe Bowers
  • J.E. Johnson, John Woodward
  • D.D. Emmett, J. Hutchinson
  • The lousy miner
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • California as it is
  • [words by] Thaddeus W. Meighan
  • California bloomer
  • W. Whitlock, John A. Stone
  • California Joe
  • Hector A. Stuart
  • When I went off to prospect
  • J. Brougham, John A. Stone
  • I'm off for California
  • San Juan
  • [words by] Barney Riley
  • Cherry Creek emigrant's song
  • D.D. Emmett
  • A hit at the times
  • [words by] A.O. McGrew
  • In the summer of sixty
  • A trip to Salmon
  • D.D. Emmett, Max Irwin.
  • Idaho
  • S.C. Foster
  • Frank French
  • The dreary Black Hills
  • [words by] Dick Brown
  • A trip to Rapid River
  • [words by] Hannibal F. Johnson
  • Just from Dawson
  • The Apex boarding house
  • An honest miner
  • S. Lover, John A. Stone
  • The happy miner
  • [words by] John J. Davies
  • [words by] Gail I. Gardner
  • High Chin Bob
  • [words by] Charles Badger Clark
  • Git along, little dogies
  • The old Chisholm trail
  • John Gerner's trail herd
  • The hills of Mexico
  • Lone star trail
  • The railroad corral
  • [words by] Joseph M. Hanson
  • The Mormon bishop's lament
  • I ride an old paint
  • Goodbye, old paint
  • Night-herding song
  • [words by] Harry Stephens
  • If your saddle is good and tight
  • Chopo
  • [words by] N. Howard Thorp
  • The gal I left behind me
  • The rambling cowboy
  • The trail to Mexico
  • The Mormon car
  • Brown-eyed Lee
  • Sky ball paint
  • Speckles
  • [words by] N. Howard Thorp
  • Bucking bronco
  • The zebra dun
  • A border affair
  • [words by] Charles Badger Clark
  • The campfire has gone out
  • The Wyoming nester
  • [words by] John Taylor
  • The old cowboy
  • [words by] Charlie Johnson
  • The range of the buffalo.
  • The buffalo hunters
  • Cowboy reverie
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • The invasion song
  • Home, sweet home
  • Henry Bishop
  • The dying cowboy
  • The merry Mormons
  • Little Joe, the wrangler
  • Will S. Hays, N. Howard Thorp
  • The cowboy's lament
  • The cowboy's dream
  • H.J. Fuller
  • Charlie Rutledge
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • When work is done this fall
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • I've got no use for the women
  • [words by] Matthew Rowan
  • Utah Carroll
  • Only a cowboy
  • Blood on the saddle
  • The Kansas emigrant
  • [words by] John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Western home
  • Brewster Higley, Daniel E. Kelley
  • Home on the range
  • Immigration song
  • The old bachelor
  • Sea gulls and crickets
  • [words by] A.L. Stokesberry
  • Kansas jayhawker
  • T.A. Metz
  • Kansas boys
  • In Kansas
  • Starving to death on a government claim
  • [words by] Frank Baker
  • Nebraska land
  • [words by] John A. Dean
  • Kansas land, I
  • Home manufactures
  • Kansas land, II
  • The little old sod shanty on the claim, I
  • Will S. Hays
  • Answer to the little old sod shanty on the claim
  • Answer to the answer to the little old sod shanty on the claim
  • The little old sod shanty on the claim, II.
  • Little adobe casa
  • [words by] Tom Beasley
  • The Kansas farmer's lament
  • [words by] Will Howell
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Comin' back to Kansas
  • But the mortgage worked the hardest
  • [words by] Will Carleton
  • The Kansas fool
  • [words by] C.S. Whitney
  • Dear prairie home
  • B.R. Hanby, Mrs. J.T. Kellie
  • There comes a reckoning day
  • S.C. Foster
  • Come, all ye toiling millions
  • Once I lived in Cottonwood
  • H.C. Work, H.F. Johnson
  • The hayseed
  • The farmer
  • Vote for me
  • Henry C. Work, Mrs. J.T. Kellie
  • Harvest land
  • The Swede from North Dakota
  • Ta-ra-ra boom dee-ay
  • [words by] Joe Hill
  • Overalls and snuff
  • The Mormons in the mountains
  • [words by] George A. Hicks
  • The harvest war song
  • [words by] Pat Brennan
  • Tom Joad
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Pastures of plenty
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Fifty thousand lumberjacks, I
  • Fifty thousand lumberjacks, II
  • The frozen logger
  • James Stevens
  • Early life in Dixie
  • The tragedy of sunset land
  • [words by] Loren Roberts
  • Them days is gone forever
  • [words by] O.L. Ufavise
  • A dollar a day without board
  • [words by] Harry Norcross
  • The San Francisco rag-picker
  • [words by] Fred Woodhull
  • Ship out
  • [words by] Walquist.
  • [words by] Samuel Kenner
  • The suckers sadly gather
  • [words by] Richard Brazier
  • It's a long way down to the soup line
  • [words by] Joe Hill
  • Go to sea no more
  • The ballad of Bloody Thursday
  • Hallelujah, on the bum
  • [words by] Harry McClintock
  • The bum on the stem
  • The great American bum
  • St. George
  • The Big Rock Candy Mountains, I
  • [words by] Harry McClintock
  • The Big Rock Candy Mountains, II
  • Hard travelin'
  • Woodie Guthrie
  • The dying hobo
  • The hobo's last ride
  • Oh, you wobblies
  • [words by] Scottie
  • The preacher and the slave
  • The boys of Sanpete County
  • J.P. Webster, Joe Hill
  • When you wear that button
  • [words by] Richard Brazier
  • Scissor Bill
  • Leighton bros., Joe Hill
  • We're bound for San Diego
  • Harry Orchard
  • Joe Hillstrom
  • [words by] Woody Guthrie
  • The old settler
  • G.F. Root
  • [words by] Francis D. Henry
  • Great-grand-dad
  • The days of '49
  • arr. E. Zimmer, [words by] Charles Rhoades (Bensell)
  • The good old days of '50, '1, and '2
  • [words by] J. Riley Mains
  • This is the place
  • [words by] Myron Crandall
  • The little old sod shanty in the West
  • [words by] O.E. Murray
  • Tittery-irie-aye
  • When I was a cowboy
  • [words by] Leadbelly
  • Do re mi
  • Woody Guthrie
  • The Sioux Indians
  • The Indian ghost dance and war
  • [words by] W.H. Prather
  • [words by] William Willes
  • The ride of Paul Venarez
  • [words by] Eben E. Rexford
  • Plantonio, the pride of the plains
  • The Texas rangers
  • The disheartened ranger
  • [words by] M.B. Smith
  • The dying ranger
  • A fair lady of the plains
  • Custer's last charge
  • The regular army, o!
  • The Mormon du dah song
  • [words by] Ed Harrigan
  • Mustang gray
  • The Mormon battalion
  • [words by] Azariah Smith.
  • The desert route
  • [words by] Levi W. Hancock
  • The Sonora filibusters
  • N. Kneass, John A. Stone
  • Our leaky tents
  • George F. Root
  • S.C. Foster
  • There is no work in the army
  • Old Arizona again
  • It's a long, long way to Capture Villa
  • When we go marching home
  • H.C. Work
  • John Chinaman
  • Josh, John
  • John Chinaman, my Jo
  • J. Watson, J.W. Conner
  • John Chinaman's appeal
  • All are talking of Utah
  • [words by] Mart Taylor
  • John Chinaman's marriage
  • Hay sing, come from China
  • Twelve hundred more
  • Long John, Chineeman
  • Since the Chinese ruint the thrade
  • Get out, yellow-skins, get out!
  • What was your name in the states?
  • Quantrell
  • Sam Bass
  • H.C. Work
  • Joaquin the horse-thief
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Billy the kid
  • Cole Younger
  • Portland County jail
  • Experience
  • Pretty boy Floyd
  • [words by] Woody Guthrie
  • The Texas cowboy
  • I want to be a cowboy
  • The mountain meadows massacre
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • Yellowstone flat
  • The captain of the cowboys
  • Top hand
  • The jolly vaquero
  • The horse wrangler
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • Old time cowboy.
  • The cowboy, I
  • [words by] Allen McCandless
  • Uncle Sam and the Mormons
  • The cowboy, II
  • The cowboy's life
  • The dreary, dreary life
  • The cowboys' Christmas ball
  • [words by] Larry Chittenden
  • A busted cowboy's Christmas
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • Windy Bill
  • Bow-legged Ike
  • Tying knots in the devil's tail
Control code
169779
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xii, 595 pages
Lccn
67012220
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1144045
Label
Songs of the American West, compiled and edited by Richard E. Lingenfelter, Richard A. Dwyer, & David Cohen. Drawings by Steven M. Johnson
Publication
Note
Unacc. melodies; includes chord symbols
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 573-584
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The rolling stone
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • A miners' meeting
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • I want to make the riffle
  • We came to Tamichi
  • [words by] Scott Judy and Doc Hammond
  • The seven devil mines
  • [words by] H.F. Johnson
  • Colorado home
  • When I was a miner, a hard-rock miner
  • Westward ho
  • Casey Jones, the miner
  • The broken-hearted leaser
  • [words by] Charles E. Winter
  • The Belmont Stopes
  • I wandered today up the hill, Maggie
  • J.A. Butterfield
  • The rustling song
  • Bisbee's queen
  • Cousin Jack
  • I once was a carman in the Big Mountain con
  • Coming around the horn
  • Drill, ye miners, drill!
  • Thomas F. Casey
  • Only a miner killed in the breast
  • Stand by your union
  • The copper strike of '17
  • [words by] Joe Kennedy
  • The miner
  • [words by] Scottie
  • The scab's lament
  • Charles K. Harris
  • L.V.H. Crosby, John A. Stone
  • A scabby cousin Jack
  • [words by] Joe Kennedy.
  • Strike breaker's lament
  • Solidarity forever
  • [words by] Scottie
  • Come, come, ye saints
  • J.T. White, William Clayton
  • There is a people in the West
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Upper California
  • The fools of '49
  • Edward J. Loder, John Taylor
  • Deseret
  • Henry Russell, William Willes
  • They cry 'deluded Mormons'
  • [words by] William Willes
  • A church without a prophet
  • Edward L. Loder
  • In the hive of deseret
  • John Davy, William Willes
  • The handcarts, I
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • [words by] William Hobbs
  • The handcarts, II
  • A. Hart
  • the handcarts, III
  • S.C. Foster, Philip Margetts
  • Early this spring we'll leave Nauvoo
  • [words by] Barnard White
  • In 1864
  • The way they emigrage
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Oh, California
  • Wish I was a Mormonite
  • Brigham Young, I
  • [words by] J.W. Conner
  • Brigham Young, II
  • The Mormon king
  • [words by] G.W. Anderson
  • The Mormon creed
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Mormon love serenade
  • S. Riggs, Alfred Norton
  • S.C. Foster, J. Nichols
  • My wife has become a Mormonite
  • In the midst of these awful Mormons
  • [words by] William Willes
  • The cohabs
  • [words by] George Hicks
  • The Mormon question
  • A ripping trip
  • Humbug steamship companies
  • To the West
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Sacramento
  • The dying Californian
  • Ball and Drinkard
  • Crossing the plains
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • O if I was at home again
  • [words by] John P. Grantham
  • Sweet Betsey from Pike
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Henry Russell, C. McKay
  • Emigrant from Pike
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Arrival of the greenhorn
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Johnny's dead
  • The pioneer stage driver
  • [words by] Charley Rhoades
  • California stage company
  • J.R. Myers, John A. Stone
  • The overland stage driver
  • To the West : a parody
  • [words by] Nat Stein
  • The bull-whacker
  • Bill Peters, the stage driver
  • Pete Orman
  • [words by] Asher
  • Freighting from Wilcox to Globe.
  • The railroad cars are coming
  • [words by] Robert Snell
  • Subsidy : a Goat Island ballad
  • The iron horse
  • Hell in Texas
  • Echo Canyon
  • Bishop Zack, the Mormon engineer
  • [words by] S.L. Samson
  • Way out in Idaho
  • The wandering laborer's song
  • The Peninsula Pike
  • [words by] Charley L. Grant
  • Casey Jones, the union scab
  • [words by] Joe Hill
  • Seeing the elephant
  • Ho! for California!
  • D.D. Emmett, D.G. Robinson
  • Hunting after gold
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • The gold digger's lament
  • Prospecting dream
  • S.C. Foster, John A. Stone
  • California ball
  • G.P. Knauff, John A. Stone
  • Joe Bowers
  • J.E. Johnson, John Woodward
  • D.D. Emmett, J. Hutchinson
  • The lousy miner
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • California as it is
  • [words by] Thaddeus W. Meighan
  • California bloomer
  • W. Whitlock, John A. Stone
  • California Joe
  • Hector A. Stuart
  • When I went off to prospect
  • J. Brougham, John A. Stone
  • I'm off for California
  • San Juan
  • [words by] Barney Riley
  • Cherry Creek emigrant's song
  • D.D. Emmett
  • A hit at the times
  • [words by] A.O. McGrew
  • In the summer of sixty
  • A trip to Salmon
  • D.D. Emmett, Max Irwin.
  • Idaho
  • S.C. Foster
  • Frank French
  • The dreary Black Hills
  • [words by] Dick Brown
  • A trip to Rapid River
  • [words by] Hannibal F. Johnson
  • Just from Dawson
  • The Apex boarding house
  • An honest miner
  • S. Lover, John A. Stone
  • The happy miner
  • [words by] John J. Davies
  • [words by] Gail I. Gardner
  • High Chin Bob
  • [words by] Charles Badger Clark
  • Git along, little dogies
  • The old Chisholm trail
  • John Gerner's trail herd
  • The hills of Mexico
  • Lone star trail
  • The railroad corral
  • [words by] Joseph M. Hanson
  • The Mormon bishop's lament
  • I ride an old paint
  • Goodbye, old paint
  • Night-herding song
  • [words by] Harry Stephens
  • If your saddle is good and tight
  • Chopo
  • [words by] N. Howard Thorp
  • The gal I left behind me
  • The rambling cowboy
  • The trail to Mexico
  • The Mormon car
  • Brown-eyed Lee
  • Sky ball paint
  • Speckles
  • [words by] N. Howard Thorp
  • Bucking bronco
  • The zebra dun
  • A border affair
  • [words by] Charles Badger Clark
  • The campfire has gone out
  • The Wyoming nester
  • [words by] John Taylor
  • The old cowboy
  • [words by] Charlie Johnson
  • The range of the buffalo.
  • The buffalo hunters
  • Cowboy reverie
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • The invasion song
  • Home, sweet home
  • Henry Bishop
  • The dying cowboy
  • The merry Mormons
  • Little Joe, the wrangler
  • Will S. Hays, N. Howard Thorp
  • The cowboy's lament
  • The cowboy's dream
  • H.J. Fuller
  • Charlie Rutledge
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • When work is done this fall
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • I've got no use for the women
  • [words by] Matthew Rowan
  • Utah Carroll
  • Only a cowboy
  • Blood on the saddle
  • The Kansas emigrant
  • [words by] John Greenleaf Whittier
  • Western home
  • Brewster Higley, Daniel E. Kelley
  • Home on the range
  • Immigration song
  • The old bachelor
  • Sea gulls and crickets
  • [words by] A.L. Stokesberry
  • Kansas jayhawker
  • T.A. Metz
  • Kansas boys
  • In Kansas
  • Starving to death on a government claim
  • [words by] Frank Baker
  • Nebraska land
  • [words by] John A. Dean
  • Kansas land, I
  • Home manufactures
  • Kansas land, II
  • The little old sod shanty on the claim, I
  • Will S. Hays
  • Answer to the little old sod shanty on the claim
  • Answer to the answer to the little old sod shanty on the claim
  • The little old sod shanty on the claim, II.
  • Little adobe casa
  • [words by] Tom Beasley
  • The Kansas farmer's lament
  • [words by] Will Howell
  • [words by] William Willes
  • Comin' back to Kansas
  • But the mortgage worked the hardest
  • [words by] Will Carleton
  • The Kansas fool
  • [words by] C.S. Whitney
  • Dear prairie home
  • B.R. Hanby, Mrs. J.T. Kellie
  • There comes a reckoning day
  • S.C. Foster
  • Come, all ye toiling millions
  • Once I lived in Cottonwood
  • H.C. Work, H.F. Johnson
  • The hayseed
  • The farmer
  • Vote for me
  • Henry C. Work, Mrs. J.T. Kellie
  • Harvest land
  • The Swede from North Dakota
  • Ta-ra-ra boom dee-ay
  • [words by] Joe Hill
  • Overalls and snuff
  • The Mormons in the mountains
  • [words by] George A. Hicks
  • The harvest war song
  • [words by] Pat Brennan
  • Tom Joad
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Pastures of plenty
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Fifty thousand lumberjacks, I
  • Fifty thousand lumberjacks, II
  • The frozen logger
  • James Stevens
  • Early life in Dixie
  • The tragedy of sunset land
  • [words by] Loren Roberts
  • Them days is gone forever
  • [words by] O.L. Ufavise
  • A dollar a day without board
  • [words by] Harry Norcross
  • The San Francisco rag-picker
  • [words by] Fred Woodhull
  • Ship out
  • [words by] Walquist.
  • [words by] Samuel Kenner
  • The suckers sadly gather
  • [words by] Richard Brazier
  • It's a long way down to the soup line
  • [words by] Joe Hill
  • Go to sea no more
  • The ballad of Bloody Thursday
  • Hallelujah, on the bum
  • [words by] Harry McClintock
  • The bum on the stem
  • The great American bum
  • St. George
  • The Big Rock Candy Mountains, I
  • [words by] Harry McClintock
  • The Big Rock Candy Mountains, II
  • Hard travelin'
  • Woodie Guthrie
  • The dying hobo
  • The hobo's last ride
  • Oh, you wobblies
  • [words by] Scottie
  • The preacher and the slave
  • The boys of Sanpete County
  • J.P. Webster, Joe Hill
  • When you wear that button
  • [words by] Richard Brazier
  • Scissor Bill
  • Leighton bros., Joe Hill
  • We're bound for San Diego
  • Harry Orchard
  • Joe Hillstrom
  • [words by] Woody Guthrie
  • The old settler
  • G.F. Root
  • [words by] Francis D. Henry
  • Great-grand-dad
  • The days of '49
  • arr. E. Zimmer, [words by] Charles Rhoades (Bensell)
  • The good old days of '50, '1, and '2
  • [words by] J. Riley Mains
  • This is the place
  • [words by] Myron Crandall
  • The little old sod shanty in the West
  • [words by] O.E. Murray
  • Tittery-irie-aye
  • When I was a cowboy
  • [words by] Leadbelly
  • Do re mi
  • Woody Guthrie
  • The Sioux Indians
  • The Indian ghost dance and war
  • [words by] W.H. Prather
  • [words by] William Willes
  • The ride of Paul Venarez
  • [words by] Eben E. Rexford
  • Plantonio, the pride of the plains
  • The Texas rangers
  • The disheartened ranger
  • [words by] M.B. Smith
  • The dying ranger
  • A fair lady of the plains
  • Custer's last charge
  • The regular army, o!
  • The Mormon du dah song
  • [words by] Ed Harrigan
  • Mustang gray
  • The Mormon battalion
  • [words by] Azariah Smith.
  • The desert route
  • [words by] Levi W. Hancock
  • The Sonora filibusters
  • N. Kneass, John A. Stone
  • Our leaky tents
  • George F. Root
  • S.C. Foster
  • There is no work in the army
  • Old Arizona again
  • It's a long, long way to Capture Villa
  • When we go marching home
  • H.C. Work
  • John Chinaman
  • Josh, John
  • John Chinaman, my Jo
  • J. Watson, J.W. Conner
  • John Chinaman's appeal
  • All are talking of Utah
  • [words by] Mart Taylor
  • John Chinaman's marriage
  • Hay sing, come from China
  • Twelve hundred more
  • Long John, Chineeman
  • Since the Chinese ruint the thrade
  • Get out, yellow-skins, get out!
  • What was your name in the states?
  • Quantrell
  • Sam Bass
  • H.C. Work
  • Joaquin the horse-thief
  • [words by] John A. Stone
  • Billy the kid
  • Cole Younger
  • Portland County jail
  • Experience
  • Pretty boy Floyd
  • [words by] Woody Guthrie
  • The Texas cowboy
  • I want to be a cowboy
  • The mountain meadows massacre
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • Yellowstone flat
  • The captain of the cowboys
  • Top hand
  • The jolly vaquero
  • The horse wrangler
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • Old time cowboy.
  • The cowboy, I
  • [words by] Allen McCandless
  • Uncle Sam and the Mormons
  • The cowboy, II
  • The cowboy's life
  • The dreary, dreary life
  • The cowboys' Christmas ball
  • [words by] Larry Chittenden
  • A busted cowboy's Christmas
  • [words by] D.J. O'Malley
  • Windy Bill
  • Bow-legged Ike
  • Tying knots in the devil's tail
Control code
169779
Dimensions
29 cm
Extent
xii, 595 pages
Lccn
67012220
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)1144045

Library Locations

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