S. S. Steele

Timeline of works

  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Walk Jaw Bone.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Portraits, Musicians, Violins, Banjos, Percussion instruments, African Americans, Caricatures, Storytelling, Slavery, Eating & drinking, Corn, Punishment & torture, Vultures, Eagles, Weasels, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1844
    Songs of the Virginia Serenaders. Dandy Jim Ob Caroline.
    Place & Publisher Keith's Music Publishing House, 67 & 69 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Dancing, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1846
    The Rose of Alabama (Words Used by Permission of Turner & Fisher).
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Courtship & love, Banjos, Alligators, Accidents, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1847
    The Death of Osceola. Glee for Four Voices.
    Place & Publisher Henry Tolman, 54 & 56 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Native Americans, Campaigns & battles, War casualties, Rulers, Genocide
  • 1847
    Favorite melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp, As produced at the Boston Museum. No. 5. Alone, Alone.
    Place & Publisher Prentiss & Clark, Washn. St. Boston
    Subjects:Commercial buildings, Streets, Carriages & Coaches, City & town life, Depression, Comfort
  • 1847
    Favorite Melodies From the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin, or, The Wonderful Lamp. As Produced at the Boston Museum. No. 3. Come, Come Away.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson, 115 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Bodies of water, Bridges, Palm trees, Boats, Native dress, Temples, Celebrations, Happiness
  • 1847
    Favorite Melodies From the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin, or, The Wonderful Lamp. As Produced at the Boston Museum. No. 3. Come, Come Away.
    Place & Publisher Prentiss & Clark, 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Commercial buildings, Carriages & Coaches, Streets, City & town life, Celebrations, Happiness
  • 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
  • 1847
    Favorite Melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp, As produced at the Boston Museum. No. 2. In Darkness I Come.
    Place & Publisher Prentiss & Clark, 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Commercial buildings, Streets, Carriages & Coaches, City & town life, Blind persons, Comfort
  • 1847
    Favorite Melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp, As produced at the Boston Museum. No. 4. Oh! Return My Mother.
    Place & Publisher Prentiss & Clark, 33 Court St. Boston
    Subjects:Commercial buildings, Streets, Carriages & Coaches, City & town life, Mothers & children, Death
  • 1847
    Plantation Melodies. Kate of Carolina.
    Place & Publisher Geo. P. Reed, 17 Tremont Row Boston
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Flutes, Banjos, Percussion instruments, Courtship & love, Travel, Slavery, Plantations, Freedmen, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1847
    Favorite Melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin or The Wonderful Lamp, As produced at the Boston Museum. No. 4. Oh! Return My Mother.
    Place & Publisher Prentiss & Clark, Washn. St. Boston
    Subjects:Commercial buildings, Streets, Carriages & Coaches, City & town life, Mothers & children, Death
  • 1847
    Favorite Melodies from the Grand Chinese Spectacle of Aladdin, or The Wonderful Lamp, As produced at the Boston Museum. No. 1. When the Golden Morn.
    Place & Publisher Prentiss & Clark, Washn. St. Boston
    Subjects:Commercial buildings, Carriages & Coaches, City & town life, Bells, Love, Ethic groups
  • 1856
    Loose the Reins and Let Her Went. Ethiopian Song & Chorus.
    Place & Publisher G.B. Demarest, 333 Broadway New York
    Subjects:Horseback riding, Railroads, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1857
    Oh Darkie Dont You Linger. Comic Song.
    Place & Publisher E.P. Jones, No. 1, First St. Troy, N.Y.
    Subjects:African Americans, Caricatures, Accidents, Pain, Kissing, Weddings, Ethnic stereotypes, Dialects
  • 1858
    My Home is on the Sea. Song.
    Place & Publisher J.H. Hidley, 519 Broadway Albany
    Subjects:Clipper ships, Sailboats
  • 1865
    That's What's the Matter With Hannah. Comic Ballad. Song and Chorus.
    Place & Publisher Oliver Ditson & Co., 277 Washington St. Boston
    Subjects:Gold, Clothing & dress, James Monroe, Petroleum industry, Inventions, Progress