|Lyrics:||I went down to Sandy hook, toder arter noon (first line of text)|
Old Zip Coon is a very larned sch[o]lar (first line of chorus)
| Dixon, George Washington || 1808-1861|
|Publisher:||Firth & Hall|
|Description:||Zip Coon : a popular Negro song / as sung by Geo. W. Dixon with great applause.|
For voice and piano.
Verses 2-9 printed as text on p. 
Title page ill.: lithograph of an Afro-American couple with locket / Lith. of Endicott, 359 Broadway.
First line of text: I went down to Sandy hook, toder arter noon.
First line of chorus: Old Zip Coon is a very larned sch[o]lar.
Foster Hall Collection cutter no.: AS254.
|Format:||1 score ( p.) : ill. ; 33 cm.|
|Subjects:||Popular music--United States--To 1901|
African Americans--Songs and music
|Copyright:||Permissions/Copyright Statement for Sheet Music|
|OCLC Record ID:||22959355|