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Title:
The hand that holds the bread : progress and protest in the gilded age ; songs from the Civil War to the Colombian Exposition.
Author:
University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati's University Singers.
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : New World Records NW 267.
Physical Description:
1 disc. ; 33 1/3 rpm. stereophonic : 12 in.
General Note:
"Progress and protest in the gilded age: songs from the Civil War to the Columbian Exposition" by William Brooks, program notes, general bibliography, selected bibliography, selected discography (8 p.) bound in container.

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Language:
English
Contents:
The hand that holds the bread.--The anti-monopoly war song.--The Pacific railroad.--The song of the Red man.--The future America.--Drill, ye tarriers, drill.--A laborer you see, and I love liberty.--Out of work.--Eight hours.--The Chinese, the Chinese, you know.--Little Ah Sid.--No Irish need apply.--Uncle Sam's farm.--Jim Fisk, or he never went back on the poor.--Kick him when he's down.--We never speak as we pass by.--When the girls can vote.--The fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man.--Ma! Ma! Where's my pa?--Little brown jug.--Father's a drunkard, and mother is dead.--Crooked whiskey.--After the fair.--Ta-ra-ra boom-de-ay.
Format :
Music LP

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