|Lyrics:||On Tombigbee river so bright I was born (first line of text)|
Singing row away row, O'er de waters so blue (first line of chorus)
| Steele, S. S. (Silas Sexton)|
Winnemore, A. F. (Anthony F.)
| b. 1812|
|Publisher:||Geo. P. Reed|
|Description:||The gum tree canoe / [words] written by S.S. Steele ; sung by A.F. Winnemore.|
For voice and piano.
Verses 2-4 printed on p. 3.
Series titles 1-6 listed on cover.
The number 109 appears twice at bottom of p. 1; the number 109 and 1 appear at bottom of p. 2 and 3.
Cover ill.: lithograph of 2 Afro-American boys playing music.
First line of text: On Tombigbee river so bright I was born.
First line of chorus: Singing row away row, O'er de waters so blue.
|Format:||1 score (, 1-3,  p.) : ill. ; 34 cm.|
|Subjects:||African Americans--Songs and music|
Slavery--United States--Songs and music
Popular music--United States
Tombigbee River (Miss. and Ala.)--Songs and music
|Copyright:||Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music|
|OCLC Record ID:||13479813|