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Paul Robeson's "Old Folks at Home"

Paul Robeson's "One More River to Cross"

Paul Robeson's "The Peat-Bog Soldiers"

Paul Robeson's "Poor Old Joe"

Paul Robeson's "The Purest Kind of a Guy"

Paul Robeson's "The Riddle Song"

Paul Robeson's "Riding the Dragon"

Paul Robeson's "Scandalize My Name"

Paul Robeson's "Short'nin' Bread"

Paul Robeson's "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child"

Paul Robeson's "The Song of Freedom"

Paul Robeson's "Song of the Volga Boatmen"

Paul Robeson's "St. Louis Blues"

Paul Robeson's "Spring Song"

Paul Robeson's "Steal Away"

Paul Robeson's "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"

Paul Robeson's "There Is a Balm in Gilead"

Paul Robeson's "Water Boy"

Paul Robeson (1898-1976) was an African American singer.

Laura Payne Emerson's "The Industrial Workers of the World"

Holquist's "Workers of the World, Unite"

John Healey's "The Dollar Alarm Clock

James Morris's "A Song of the Sea"

J. McCormick's "Working Folk"

James Connolly's "Take and Hold"

Joachim Raucher's "Renunciation"

J.E. Sinclair's "The Worker's Funeral Hymn"

John Neuhaus's "The Boss"

Henry Stephens Salt's "Hark! The Battle-Cry Is Ringing"

Harry McClintock's "Hallelujah, I'm a Bum"

Lone Wolf's "The Road to Emancipation"

Loren Roberts's "The Tragedy of Sunset Land"

Louis Burcar's "General Strike Song"

M. Squirk's "Harvest Hands"

Pat Brennan's "Harvest War"

Phillips Russell's "To Frank H. Little"

Ralph Cheney's "Onward, One Big Union"

Raymond Corder's "Dixie"

Rose Elizabeth Smith's "The Ninety and Nine"

Shorty's "Stick 'Em Up"

T.E. Hawkins's "Three Shining Stars"

Thomas Borland's "Unite, Unite"

Harry "Haywire Mac" McClintock (1882-1957) was an American singer/songwriter.

Henry Stephens Salt (1851-1939) was an English animal-rights activist, naturalist, socialist, and writer.

No biographical information on Holquist available.

J. E. Sinclair was a school teacher in Arlington, Washington blacklisted for his affiliation with the IWW.

No biographical information on J. McCormick available.

James Connolly (1868-1916), murdered by British authorities, was an Irish nationalist and socialist who advocated industrial unionism.

No biographical information on James Morris available.

Joachim Raucher (b. 1878) was a teacher of German in New York.

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