Way Up North in Dixie
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Way Up North in Dixie

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This book traces the lives of the Snowdens, an African American family of musicians and farmers living in rural Knox County, Ohio. Howard L. Sacks and Judith Rose Sacks examine the Snowdens' musical and social exchanges with rural whites from the 1850s through the early 1920s and carefully explore the claim that the Snowden family taught the song "Dixie" to Dan Emmett - th...more
Softcover, 259 pages
Published September 17th 1993 by Smithsonian Institution Press
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