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The sounds of history : the age of steel and steam.

Author: Fredric MarchFlorence EldridgeCharles CollingwoodLehman EngelJohn Philip SousaAll authors
Publisher: [New York?] : Time, Inc., ©1964.
Series: Life history of the United States., Supplement ;, Record 7, 1877-1890.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on LP : LP recording : English
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Fredric March; Florence Eldridge; Charles Collingwood; Lehman Engel; John Philip Sousa; Charles Ives
OCLC Number: 9342746
Language Note: Vocal works sung in English.
Notes: Descriptive notes on container.
Performer(s): Frederic March and Florence Eldridge, narrators ; connective pasages read by Charles Collingwood ; original music composed and conducted by Lehman Engel ; various performers in the musical selections.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: Documents: From Andrew Carnegie's article on America's capitalist system (1889) --
From the Preamble of the Constitution of the Knights of Labor (January 1, 1878) --
From the proceedings of the Seventh Session of the National Grange of the patrons of husbandry (February 4, 1874) --
From Susan B. Anthony's demand for women's suffrage --
From Henry Woodfin Grady's speech "The new south" (December 21, 1886) --
From Booker T. Washington's speech at Atlanta, Georgia (September 18, 1893) --
From Andy Adams' account of a cattle drive --
From a report on the Oklahoma land rush (1889) --
From Helen Hunt Jackson's protest against the mistreatment of the American Indians (1881) --
From an address by Frederick Jackson Turner on the significance of the frontier (1893) --
From Mark Twain's observations of growing America --
Thomas A. Edison re-rcords "Mary had a little lamb" 50 years after his invention of the phonograph (1927) --
From poems by Emily Dickinson --
From William Dean Howells' description of the mood of America (1891) --
From Lord Bryce's account of life in America in the late 19th century --
Music: Drill, ye tarriers, drill --
Down in the licensed saloon --
Variations on America --
Jesse James --
The bowery ; After the ball ; Daisy Bell --
The riddle song --
Little brown church in the vale --
The buffalo skinners --
Oh promise me --
Eight hours --
Where He leads me I will follow --
Semper fidelis.
Series Title: Life history of the United States., Supplement ;, Record 7, 1877-1890.
Other Titles: Age of steel and steam.
Drill, ye tarriers, drill.
Down in the licensed saloon.
Variations on America.
Jesse James.
Bowery.
After the ball.
Daisy Bell.
Riddle song.
Little brown church in the vale.
Buffalo skinners.
Oh promise me.
Eight hours.
Where He leads me I will follow.

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