A. F. Winnemore

Timeline of works

  • [n.d.]
    The Immensely Popular Negro Song. Stop Dat Knocking At De Door.
    Place & Publisher Richard A. Saalfield, 12 Bible House, 180 Michigan Ave. New York
    Subjects:Silhouettes, African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Anger
  • [n.d.]
    The Blind Flower Girl. A Ballad.
    Place & Publisher George Willig, 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Peddlers, Handicapped persons, Children, Love, Mothers & children
  • 1836
    The Flag of Texas. A National Song.
    Place & Publisher Geo. Willig No. 171 Chesnut St. Philadelphia
    Subjects:Campaigns & battles, Warfare, Patriotism
  • 1843
    The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Jim Crow Polka.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Banjos, Violins, Percussion instruments, Hides & skins, Storytelling, Dancing, Courtship & love, Mexican American War, Zachary Taylor, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1843
    The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Jim Crow Polka.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Banjos, Violins, Percussion instruments, Hides & skins, Storytelling, Dancing, Courtship & love, Mexican American War, Zachary Taylor, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1843
    The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Old King Crow.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Banjos, Violins, Percussion instruments, Hides & skins, Birds, Eating & drinking, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1843
    The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Stop Dat Knocking. A Duett Sung by one in imitation of two rival niggers Gumbo & Sambo.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Hides & skins, Banjos, Violins, Percussion instruments, Courtship & love, Quarreling, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1843
    The Celebrated Negro Melodies. Stop Dat Knocking. A Duett Sung by one in imitation of two rival niggers Gumbo & Sambo.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Hides & skins, Banjos, Violins, Percussion instruments, Courtship & love, Quarreling, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1847
    Stop Dat Knocking at My Door.
    Place & Publisher G.P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Banjos, Macbeth, Marriage, Quarreling, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1847
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    Stop Dat Knocking at My Door.
    Place & Publisher G.P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Banjos, Macbeth, Marriage, Quarreling, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1847
    Plantation Melodies. Away to de Sugar Cane Field.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Musicians, Banjos, Flutes, Percussion instruments, Sugar plantations, Slaves