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Lubrano Broadside Ballad Collection
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Come into my canoe [and] A maiden's wants
Come into my canoe [and] A maiden's wants
TitleCome into my canoe [and] A maiden's wants
First lineCome into my canoe, ah come along Dinah do...; Oh, here I am a blooming maid who long have single tarried...
TuneYankee Doodle (A maiden's wants)
PrinterHodges, E. M. A.
Place of PrintingLondon, England
Datebetween 1846 and 1854
Full ImprintE. Hodges, Printer, wholesale and retail toy warehouse, 31 [Dudley] street, Seven Dials
KeywordBlackface minstrelsy
Marriage
Housework
Subject.LCBallads, English--19th Century--Specimens
Broadsides--Great Britain--19th Century--Specimens
Folder NumberFolder 01, Number 03
CategoryHumorous
Resource TypeBroadside
TypeText
FormatImage/jpeg
SourcePrint original in the Lubrano collection of broadside ballads, acquired from the firm of J.& J. Lubrano Music Antiquarians, and held in the Archives and Special Collections Division, Memorial University Libraries
Languageeng
IdentifierLBBC-0041
CollectionThe Lubrano Collection of Broadside Ballads
Repository of OriginalMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Archives and Special Collections
AcknowledgementsDescriptive details courtesy of the Bodleian Library Broadside Ballads Collection
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