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Listen NowTitleFile NumberSubjectsRecording DateAlt TitleGenresInstrumentsCitiesCountiesStateSettingEditor NoteTechnical NoteOnline Resources
Preaching / Bible reading (Hebrews 13:12)6633B2, 7-26-1942
Every Hour I'm With You / Testimonies6633B7, , 7-26-1942, ,
I Got A New World In My View6634A1, , 7-26-1942, ,

Identified on card as “I Got A Heaven In My View.”

Severe speed fluctuation.

 

Testimony6634A27-26-1942

Severe speed fluctuation.

Little Girls, Little Girls (#1)6656B11, 8-10-1942,

A mixed group responds. (This group likely is that which appears in the film footage. Includes Mrs. E.M. Davis.)

All Hid (#8)6656B9, 8-10-1942,

A mixed group responds. (This group likely is that which appears in the film footage. Includes Mrs. E.M. Davis.)

Chicken, My Chicken, My Craney Crow (#1)6657B5, 8-11-1942,

Identified on AFS Card as “Chicken-Ma-Craney-Crow.” Followed by explanation of game.

Where Could I Go But to the Lord6659A, 7-24-1942, , ,

Identified on AFS card as “Where Shall I Go.”

Wait A Little While6660A2, , , , Y/
Love Me6663B27-30-1942,
I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (#2)6664A17-30-1942,

Identified on AFS card as “four girls,” although this band consists of two women taking turns singing.

All Power Is In His Hands6664B7-30-1942

Followed by brief discussion of the song, which the singer (26 years old) learned from her sister Annie Mae Morris.

Y/
Satisfy (#1)6665A2, 7-30-1942,

Preceded by announcement of where she learned the game (16-17 years earlier at Hill House, Miss.).

Satisfy (#2)6665A3, 7-30-1942,

Preceded by announcement of where she learned the game (Hill House, Miss., at the Rosewood School).

Satisfy (#3)6665A47-30-1942,
Satisfy (#4)6665A5, 7-30-1942,

Preceded by announcement that Ms. Peterson learned the song at the Rural School in her home of Falcon, Quitman Co., Mississippi.

Go In and Out the Window6665B1, 7-30-1942,
Jump for Joy6665B2, 7-30-1942, ,
To Be Sho' (#1)6665B3, , 7-30-1942, ,

Preceded by introduction of her learning the song at “the old Negro school” east of Lyons, Miss. Identified on AFS card as “Tip A Gho” [sic].

To Be Sho' (#2)6665B4, , 7-30-1942, ,

Identified on AFS card as “Tip A Gho” [sic].

Old Georgia Rabbit6665B5, 7-30-1942, ,

Preceded by introduction of her learning the song at a school at Alligator, Miss.

Ain't Gonna Rain No More (#1)6665B6, 7-30-1942, ,

Ms. Teague announces that she learned this song in junior high school in Davenport, Miss.