TEXTS AND CRITICISM
J. A. F. L.Journal of American Folk-Lore.
Allen, Mrs. E. The Lady in the West: A Ballad. Sung in Massachusetts before 1800. J. A. F. L., 8, 230.
American Versions of the Ballad of the Elfin Knight. A. F. L., 7, 228232.
Ames, Mrs. L. D. The Missouri Play-Party. J. A. F. L., 24, 295318.
Babcock, W. H. Song Games of the Children of the District of Columbia. Lippincott's Mag., Mar. and Sept., 1886. Games of Washington Children. American Anthropologist, July, 1888.
Backus, Emma M. Cradle Songs of Negroes in North Carolina. J. A. F. L., 7, 310. Early Songs from North Carolina. J. A. F. L., 14, 286294. Song Games from Connecticut. J. A. F. L., 14, 295299.
Ballads and Poems relating to the Burgoyne Campaign. Annotated by William Leete Stone. Albany, 1893.
Barry, Phillips. The Ballad of Lord Randall in New England. J. A. F. L., 16, 258264. Some Traditional Songs. J. A. F. L., 18, 4959. Traditional Ballads in New England. J. A. F. L., 18, 123138; 191214; 291304. King John and the Bishop. J. A. F. L., 21, 5759. Folk-Music in America J. A. F. L., 22, 7281. Native Balladry in America. J. A. F. L., 22, 365373. Irish Come-all-yes. J. F. A. L., 22, 374388. The Origin of Folk Melodies. J. F. A. L., 23, 440445. A Garland of Ballads. J. F. A. L., 23, 446454. The Ballad of the Broomfield Hill. J. A. F. L., 24, 1415. Irish Folk-Song. J. A. F. L., 24, 332343. New Ballad Texts. J. A. F. L., 24, 344349. William Carter, the Bensontown Homer. J. A. F. L., 25, 156168. Some Aspects of Folk-Song. J. A. F. L., 25, 274283. The Sons of North Britain. J. A. F. L., 26, 183184. The Transmission of Folk-Song. J. A. F. L., ibid., 27, 6776. The Collection of Folk-Song. J. A. F. L., 27, 7778. The Ballad of the Cruel Brother. J. A. F. L., 28, 300301. The Ballad of the Demon Lover. Mod. Lang. Notes, 19, 238. The Ballad of Earl Brand. Mod. Lang. Notes, 25, 104105. An American Homilectic Ballad. Mod. Lang. Notes, 28, 15. Irish Music in the Hudson Manuscripts. Journal of the Irish Folk-Song Society, 13, 917.
Bascom, L. R. Ballads and Songs from Western North Carolina. J. A. F. L., 22, 238250.
Beatty, Arthur. Some New Ballad Variants. J. A. F. L., 20, 154156. Some Ballad Variants and Songs. J. A. F. L., 22, 6369.
Belden, H. M. The Study of Folk-Song in America. Modern Philology, 2, 301305. A Partial List of Song-Ballads and Other Popular Poetry Known in Missouri. Missouri Folk-Lore Society, 1907. With additions, 1910. Old-Country Ballads in Missouri. J. A. F. L., 19, 231240; 281299; 20, 319320. Three Old Ballads from Missouri. J. A. F. L., 23, 42931. The Relation of Balladry to Folk-Lore. Presidents Address, American Folk-Lore Society, 1910. J. A. F. L., 24, 1. Balladry in America. Presidents Address, American Folk-Lore Society, 1911. J. A. F. L., 25, 1. Folk-Song in MissouriThe Bedroom Window. Archiv für das Studium
der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, 119, 430431. The Returned Lover. Ibid., 120, 6271. The Vulgar Ballad. Sewanee Review, Apr., 1911. A Study in Contemporary Balladry. The Mid-West Quarterly, 1, 162172. Folk-Song in AmericaSome Recent Publications. Mod. Lang. Notes, Mar., 1919. Boccaccio, Hans Sachs, and The Bramble Briar. Pub. Mod. Lang. Ass. of America, 33, 327395.
Bradley, William Aspinwall. Song-Ballets and Devils Ditties. Harpers, 130, 901914 (1915). The Folk-Culture of the Kentucky Cumberlands. Dial, 9598 (1918).
Brown, Frank C. Ballad Literature in North Carolina. Reprinted from Proceedings and Addresses of the Fifteenth Annual Session of the Literary and Historical Association of North Carolina. December 12, 1914.
Browne, F. F. Bugle-Echoes; a Collection of the Poetry of the Civil War, Northern and Southern. 1886.
Campbell, Olive Dame, and Sharp, Cecil J. English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians. 1917.
Carey, Matthew. The American Museum or Repository of Ancient and Modern Fugitive Pieces. Philadelphia, 17871792.
Catalogue of English and American Chap-books and Broadside Ballads in Harvard College Library. 1905.
Child, Francis. The English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Boston, 18821898. [Some American texts.]
Combs, Josiah H. A Traditional Ballad from the Kentucky Mountains. J. A. F. L., 23, 381382. Dialect Words in Folk-Song. Dialect Notes, 4, 311318 (1916). Syllabus of Kentucky Folk-Song. With H. G. Shearin. Transylvania Studies in English. Lexington, 1911.
Cox, John H. Reports of West Virginia Folk-Lore Society. West Virginia School Journal and Educator, Morgantown, West Virginia. 4446.
Edwards, Lela W. Songs from the Mountains of North Carolina. J. A. F. L., 6, 131134.
Eggleston, G. C. American War Ballads and Lyrics. 2 vols. 1889.
Ellis, Mrs. Annie Laurie. O Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie. J. A. F. L., 14, 186.
Firth, C. H. An American Garland. 1915.
Gardner, Emelyn E. Ballads. J. A. F. L., 27, 9093.
Hagar, J. E. Ballads of the Revolution. 1866.
Hamilton, Goldy M. The Play Party from Northeast Missouri. J. A. F. L., 27, 289303.
Harris Collection. Song-books, sheet ballads, broadsides, and fugitive pieces. Unusually strong in ballad literature of the Civil War. Brown University Library.
Harvard Collections. The immense collections of F. J. Child, G. L. Kittredge, and others. Ballads, songs, broadsides, manuscript books, printed sources, etc. Collectanea from many states. Harvard University Library.
Herrick, Mrs. R. F. Two Traditional Songs. J. A. F. L., 19, 130132.
Holliday, Carl. American Folk-Songs. Sewanee Review, Apr.-June, 1919.
Howe, Henry. Historical Collections of Virginia. Charleston, 1849. [Two eighteenth-century American ballads, p. 495.]
Hutchinson, Percy Adams. Sailors Chanties. J. A. F. L., 19, 1628. 1906.
Jones, Bertrand L. Folk-Lore in Michigan. The Kalamazoo Normal, May, 1914. Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Jones, H. S. V. Robin Hood and Little John. J. A. F. L., 23, 432434.
Kittredge, G. K. Two Popular Ballads. J. A. F. L., 21, 5456. Five Old Country Ballads. J. A. F. L., 25, 171178. Various Ballads. J. A. F. L., 26, 174182. Ballads and Songs. J. A. F. L., 30, 283369.
Knortz, Karl. Folk-Lore. Mit dem Anhange Amerikanische Kinderreime. Dresden, 1896.
Krehbiel, H. E. Southern Song-Games. New York Tribune, 27 July, 4 Aug., 1902.
Lomax, John A. Cowboy Songs. 1910. With additions, 1916. Some Types of American Folk-Song. Presidents Address, American Folk-Lore Society, 1913. J. A. F. L., 28, 117.
Mackenzie, W. Roy. Ballad Singing in Nova Scotia. J. A. F. L., 22, 327352. Three Ballads in Nova Scotia. J. A. F. L., 23, 371380. The Quest of the Ballad. Princeton, 1919.
McCarty, William. Songs, Odes, and other Poems on National Subjects. 3 vols. 1842.
McGill, Josephine. Folk-Songs of the Kentucky Mountains. 1917. The Cherry-Tree Carol. J. A. F. L., 29, 293, 417. Survival of the English Folk-Ballad. Louisville Courier-Journal, 14 Jan., 1917.
Means, C. E. A Singular Literary Survival. Outlook, 9 Sept., 1899.
Miles, Emma Bell. Some Real American Music. Harpers, June, 1904.
Miller, G. M. The Dramatic Element in the Popular Ballad. University of Cincinnati Studies, series II, vol. 1, 3031 (1905).
Moore, Frank. Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution. 1856. Personal and Political Ballads. 1864. Lyrics of Loyalty. 1864. Rebel Rhymes and Rhapsodies. 1864. Songs of the Soldiers. 1865. Songs and Ballads of the Southern People, 18611865. 1886. Illustrated Ballad History of the American Revolution. 17651783. 1876. [Discontinued after Part VI.]
Moore, John Robert. The Influence of Transmission of the English Ballads. Mod. Lang. Review, 11, 385408.
Mountain Minstrelsy. The Berea Quarterly. Apr., 1905. 513. [Old English Ballads surviving in the Southern mountains, and contemporary minstrel composition.]
Nelles, W. R. The Ballad of Hind Horn. J. A. F. L., 22, 42.
Newell, W. W. The Carol of the Twelve Numbers. J. A. F. L., 4, 215220. Old English Songs in American Versions. J. A. F. L., 5, 325326. American Versions of the Ballad of the Elfin Knight. J. A. F. L., 7, 228235. The Ballad of Sweet William and Gentle Jenny. J. A. F. L., 7, 253. Early American Ballads. 1, J. A. F. L., 12, 241254; 11, J. A. F. L., 13, 105120. Games and Songs of American Children. 1883, 1903.
Perrow, E. C. Will and Testament Literature. Wisconsin Academy of Science, 17, 1. Songs and Rhymes of the South. J. A. F. L., 25, 137155; 26, 123173; 28, 129190.
Pettit, Katherine. Ballads and Rhymes from Kentucky. Annotated by G. L. Kittredge. J. A. F. L., 20, 251277.
Piper, Edwin F. Some Play-Party Games of the Middle West. J. A. F. L., 28, 262289. Collection of Central Western Folk-Songs. Unpublished. Iowa City.
Pound, Louise. Another Version of Lord Randal. Mod. Lang. Notes, 17, 1. Traditional Ballads in Nebraska. Annotated by G. L. Kittredge. J. A. F. L., 26, 351366. The Southwestern Cowboy Songs and the English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Modern Philology, 11, 195207. The Pedigree of aWestern Song. Mod. Lang. Notes, Jan., 1914. Folk-Song of Nebraska
and the Central West: A Syllabus. Publications of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 9, 3 (1915).
New World Analogues of the English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Mid-West Quarterly, 1916. The Beginnings of Poetry. Pub. Mod. Lang. Ass. of America, 32, 201232. The Ancestry of a NegroSpiritual. Mod. Lang. Notes. June, 1918. The Ballad and the Dance. Pub. Mod. Lang. Ass. of America, 34, 371383. Ballads and the Illiterate. Mid-West Quarterly, 5, 4. TheUniformity of the Ballad Style. Mod. Lang. Notes, 1920. An American Text of Sir James the Ross. Mod. Lang. Notes, 1920.
Rawn, Isabel Nanton, and Peabody, Charles. More Songs and Ballads from the Southern Appalachians. J. A. F. L., 29, 198202.
Sharp, Cecil J., and Campbell, Olive Dame. English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians. 1917.
Shearin, Hubert G. British Ballads of the Cumberland Mountains. Sewanee Review, July, 1911. Kentucky Folk-Songs. Mod. Lang. Review, 6, 514515. A Syllabus of Kentucky Folk-Song. With Josiah H. Combs. Transylvania Studies in English. Lexington, 1911. Two Ballads of the Revolutionary War. Courier-Journal, Louisville. 12 May, 1918.
Simms, W. G. War Poetry of the South. 1867.
Smith, C. Alphonso. The Negro and the Ballad. Alumni Bulletin of the University of Virginia, 6, 1, 8893. Charlottesville, 1913. Ballads Surviving in the United States. Musical Quarterly, 2, 109129 (1916).
Smith, Reed. The Traditional Ballad in the South. J. A. F. L., 27, 5566. The Traditional Ballad in the South during 1914. J. A. F. L., 28, 199203.
Steger, S. A., and Morrow, L. C. A Discovery in Ballad Literature. University of Virginia Magazine, Dec., 1912.
Stevenson, Burton E. Poems of American History. Boston and New York, 1908.
Taylor, Deems. Cowboy and Prairie Songs. New York Tribune, Sept., 1916.
Tolman, A. H. Some Songs Traditional in the United States. Annotated by G. L. Kittredge. J. A. F. L., 29, 155197.
Tyler, Moses Coit. A History of American Literature during the Colonial Period, 16071763. 2 vols. 1878. The Literary History of the American Revolution, 17631783. 2 vols. 1897.
Van Doren, Carl. Some Play Party Songs from Eastern Illinois. J. A. F. L., 32, 48696.
Virginia Folk-Lore Society, Bulletins 17, 19131919. [See, also texts in The Focus magazine of the State Normal School for Women, Farmville, Virginia, 1913, and following.] C. Alphonso Smith, Archivist.
War Songs of the South. Richmond. 1862.
White, R. G. Poetry, Lyrical, Narrative, and Satirical, of the Civil War. 1866.
Williams, Alfred M. Folk-Songs of the Civil War. J. A. F. L., 5, 265283. Studies in Folk-Song and Popular Poetry. 1894.
Will, G. F. Four Cowboy Songs. J. A. F. L., 26, 185192. Songs of Western Cowboys. J. A. F. L., 22, 256.
Wyman, Loraine and Brockman, Howard. Lonesome Tunes. 1916.