New York (29 Chatham St., New York) E. Riley [between 1819 and 1831]
1 close score ( p.) 34 cm. ill., lithograph 1 close score ( p.) ; 34 cm.
From the collection of Paul Mellon. For voice and piano. Caption title. "[Jim Crow] was the invention of Thomas Dartmouth ('Daddy') Rice"--Series of old American songs / Brown University Library, no. 15. "1819-1831. Riley, E., 29 Chatham St. [New York]"--Early American sheet music / Dichter & Shapiro, p. 226. Verses 1-4 printed on p. ; verses 5-44 printed on p.  Cover illustration: lithograph of ragged Afro-American man with hand on hip and 2 cabins in background, with caption "Mr. T. Rice as the original Jim Crow."
Come listen all you galls and boys I's jist from Tuckyhoe Weel about and turn about and do jis so Mr. T. Rice as the original Jim Crow.
African Americans--Songs and music. Minstrel music--United States Minstrel music--United States. Songs with piano.
Mellon, Paul--Ownership. Rice, Tom,--1808-1860.
Covers (Illustrations) Lithographs Musical works Sheet music.
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JWJ -V4 R357 J5643
Yale Collection of American Literature
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