Music as Memory: Spirituals, Minstrelsy, and Marching Songs during the Age of Abolitionism

Photograph Warren's (Boston, Mass.) Cabinet photograph of Thomas Wentworth Higginson. bMS Am 1118.99b (45) – Bequest of Evert Jansen Wendell, 1918.

Thomas Wentworth Higginson (1823-1911) "Negro spirituals": autograph manuscript with annotations, undated. bMS Am 2101 (28) – Gift of Mary Potter Thatcher Higginson and Margaret Higginson Barney, 1994.
Photograph "John Brown's original marching song" (Philadelphia, n.d.): song sheet. p American broadsides 464 – No source, no date.
"Glory, hally, hallelujah!!" (Gloucester, Mass., 1861): song sheet Uncataloged – No source, no date.

Photograph Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910) "Battle hymn of the republic" (Philadephia, 1863?): song sheet. Song sheet: Uncataloged – no source, no date.
Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910) "The battle hymn of the republic": autograph manuscript (fair copy), 1906. Manuscript: bMS Am 2214 (334) – Gift of Rosalind Richards, 1951.
Photograph Notman Photo Co. (Boston and Cambridge, Mass.) Julia Ward Howe, signed photograph, ca. 1909. bMS Am 2214 (334) – Gift of Sally Fairchild, 1945.
Buckley's Minstrels, "The invalid corps" (Boston, 1863) TCS 82 - Bequest of Evert Jansen Wendell, 1918.

Photograph C. A. White, "I'se gwine back to Dixie" (Boston, 1875): sheet music. pf MS Thr 730 (21) - Bequest of F. W. Wilson, 2010.

Boston Music Hall (Boston, Mass.) Grand jubilee concert ... in honor of the day! the proclamation! the emancipation of the slave! the spirit of the fathers and the constitution! Boston, [1862?] *AB85.H7375.A863n – No source, 1927.