S. O. Dyer

Timeline of works

  • 1840
    Freemen, Awake the Song! An Ode for July 4th, 1840.
    Place & Publisher Firth & Hall, 1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:Celebrations, Commemorations, Patriotism, Liberty, Religion
  • 1847
    The Song of the Shirt.
    Place & Publisher C. Holt, Jr., Music Publishing Warehouse, 156 Fulton St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Poor persons, Sewing
  • 1847
    The Spider and the Fly. A Popular Song.
    Place & Publisher ch. Holt, J.r, 156 Fulton St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Domestic life, Insects, Animal traps, Ethics, Pride, Deadly sins
  • 1847
    Spider and the Fly. New Edition.
    Place & Publisher Ch. Holt, Jr., 156 Fulton St. New York
    Subjects:Portraits, Roses, Domestic life, Insects, Animal traps, Ethics, Pride, Deadly sins
  • 1847
    The Ferry Quick Step.
    Place & Publisher C. Holt, Jr. (The Ferry Publisher), 156 Fulton Street New York
    Subjects:Portraits
  • 1848
    The Dark Sett. The Celebrated Negro Quadrilles. (1) Mary Blane; (2) Old Joe; (3) Carry Me Back; (4) Stop That Knocking; (5) Darkeys Polka.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Ballrooms--interior, Ballroom dancing
  • 1848
    The Dark Sett. The Celebrated Negro Quadrilles. (1) Mary Blane; (2) Old Joe; (3) Carry Me Back; (4) Stop That Knocking; (5) Darkeys Polka.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Ballrooms--interior, Ballroom dancing
  • 1848
    The Dark Sett. The Celebrated Negro Quadrilles. (1) Mary Blane; (2) Old Joe; (3) Carry Me Back; (4) Stop That Knocking; (5) Darkeys Polka.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Pond & Co., No.1 Franklin Square New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Ballrooms--interior, Ballroom dancing
  • 1848
    The Dark Sett. The Celebrated Negro Quadrilles. (1) Oh! Susanna; (2) My Sally I Shall See, or, Old Pee Dee; (3) Phantom Chorus; (4) Rosa Lee;
    (5) Dear Uncle Ned.
    Place & Publisher Firth, Pond & Co. New York
    Subjects:African Americans, Ballrooms--interior, Ballroom dancing