| Composer:|| Foster, Stephen Collins 1826-1864|
|Alternate title:||Uncle Ned; arr.|
|Lyrics:||I once knew a Nigger (first line of text)|
Hang up the shovel and the hoe, the hoe (first line of chorus)
|Description:||Uncle Ned : the popular Negro ballad.|
Arr. for voice and piano, with chorus refrain.
Page 1 is unnumbered, p. 2-4 are numbered 90-92.
Imprint from colophon.
The Musical bouquet was published by Charles Sheard at 192 High Holborn, London, from 1855 until 1899. Cf. Victorian music publishers / Parkinson.
Caption ill.: an Afro-American man playing the fiddle and 2 boys sitting on barrels.
First line of text: I once knew a Nigger.
First line of chorus: Hang up the shovel and the hoe, the hoe.
Foster Hall Collection cutter no.: FS148.538.
Original publication information: 18--.
DPL's copy has been cropped on the top and bottom.
|Format:||1 score (, p. 90-92) : ill. ; 35 cm.|
|Subjects:||African Americans--Songs and music|
Slavery--United States--Songs and music
Popular music--United States--To 1901
|Copyright:||Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music|
|OCLC Record ID:||24062211|