Native Balladry in America

Phillips Barry
The Journal of American Folklore
Vol. 22, No. 86 (Oct. - Dec., 1909), pp. 365-373
DOI: 10.2307/534861
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/534861
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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    H. M. Belden, "The Study of Folk-Song in America," Modern Philology, April, 1905, ii, 4, p. 576.
  • 4
    G. L. Kittredge, English and Scottish Popular Ballads, p. xix.
  • 5
    John Byrom, The Three Black Crows.
  • 1
    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • David A. Wells at the Springfield anniversary banquet, May, 1886 (Springfield Republican, Oct. 4, 1908)
    • J. G. Holland, however, ascribes the authorship to "a young woman to whom the unfortunate man was engaged to be mar- ried" (History of Western Massachusetts).
    • Springfield Re- publican, June 6, 1886
    • Ibid.
    • Spring- field Republican (Oct. 4, 1908)
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • W. W. Newell, "Early American Ballads," Journal of American Folk-Lore, vol. xiii, pp. 107-112
    • "Traditional Ballads in New England," Ibid. pp. 295-302
  • 1
    "Springfield Mountain," J. Folk-Songs of the North Atlantic States,contributed by S. A. F., Providence, R. I.
  • 2
    H. M. Belden, ι. c. p. 576.
  • 1
    "Fair Charlotte," D, Folk-Songs of the North Atlantic States. From N. A. C., Rome, Pa., as learned "from a schoolmate, some twenty-five years ago, or perhaps more" (March 12, 1907).
  • 2
    G. L. Kittredge, " Ballads and Rhymes from Kentucky," Journal of American Folk- Lore, vol. xx, p. 264.
  • 1
    "Fair Florella," A, Folk-Songs of the North Atlantic States. From H. J. C., Concord, N. H., 1908.
  • 1
    "Fair Florella," D, Folk-Songs of the North Atlantic States. Melody from H. I. C., West Campton, N. H., Sept. 3, 1908
  • 2
    The Railroad Man's Magazine, May, 1908, p. 764.
  • 1
    Charles B. Webster, Under Colonial Roofs, p. II.