Two leaves of lined paper, handwritten in black ink on the front sides. The document is in excellent physical condition. There are two loose leaf binding holes at the left edge of both leaves. The informant citation is handwritten in red ink at the upper right corner of the first leaf. There is a textual note following the song text.
Ballads, English -- North Carolina<br>Murder -- Songs and music<br>Conscience -- Songs and music<br>Guilt -- Songs and music
The Oxford Girl. The Lexington Girl. The Knoxville Girl. The Wexford Girl. The Wittam Miller. The Berkshire Tragedy. The Murdering Miller. Come All of You Who's Been in Love and Sympathize with Me. Last Saturday Night, Two Weeks Ago. Poor Nell. The Noel Girl. The Expert Girl. The Rexford Girl. The Cruel Miller. The Tragedy. The Lexington Miller. Johnny McDowell. The Miller's Apprentice. The Waxford Girl. The Oxford Tragedy
W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Appalachian State University
W. Amos Abrams
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