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Brown. Sterling. "Negro Folk Expression: Spirituals. Secu­lars. Ballads and Work Songs." in Afro-American Writin{;: An Anthology oj' Prose and Poetry, 2nd ed., edited by Richard A. Long and Eugenia W. Collier. Penn State Uni­versity Press, 1985. pp. 416-22.

Conrad. Earl. General Harriet Tuhman, Associated Pub., 1943.

Cuney-Hare. Maude. Negro Musicians and Their Music, As­sociated Pub., 1936.

Du Bois. W. E. B.. "Of the Sorrow Songs," in The Souls of Black Folk, New York. 1903, reprinted by Bantam, 1989, pp.I77-87.

Fisher, Miles Mark, Negro Slave Songs in the United States, Russell and Russell, 1968.

Fisher, Williams Arms, ed., Seventy Negro Spirituals, Oliver Ditson, 1926.

Herskovits, Melville J., The Myth of the Negro Past, Bea­con, 1941.

Johnson, James, and J. Rosamond Johnson, The Book of American Negro Spirituals, Viking, 1925.

Locke, Alain, 'The Negro...

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