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049 |a TXMM 
099 |a BROAD-001050 
100 1 |a Pike, Marshall S.  |q (Marshall Spring) 
245 1 0 |a Nettie Moore. 
246 3 |a Little white cottage. 
246 3 |a Gentle Nettie Moore. 
260 |a New York, NY :  |b H. De Marsan,  |c [1861-1863] 
300 |a 1 broadside :  |b ill. ;  |c ca. 25 x 16 cm. 
336 |a text  |b txt  |2 rdacontent. 
337 |a unmediated  |b n  |2 rdamedia. 
338 |a sheet  |b nb  |2 rdacarrier. 
500 |a First line: In a little white cottage where the trees are ever green. 
500 |a Without music. 
500 |a Publisher is listed at 54 Chatham St. in New York City directories for 1861 through 1863. 
500 |a Text of song in four four-line stanzas with four-line chorus, within De Marsan "Ethiopian" border. 
500 |a Lester S. Levy collection of sheet music website credits Pike, copyright 1857 & alternate title. 
510 3 |a This edition not in Edwin Wolf's American Song Sheets. 
500 |a See variant editions: 000106-BROAD, 000446-BROAD, and 001394-BROAD. 
500 |a binder 5, item 27. 
505 0 |a In a little white cottage where the trees are ever green, And the climbing roses blossom by the door, I've often sat and listened to the music of the birds, And the gentle voice of pretty Nettie Moore. CHORUS. Oh, I miss you, Nettie Moore, and my happiness is o'er While a spirit sad around my heart has come, And the busy days are long, and the nights are lonely now, For you're gone from our little cottage home. Below us in the valley, on the Santee's dancing tide, Of a Summer eve, I'd launch my open boat; And when the moon was rising, and the stars began to shine, Down the river we so merrily would float! Oh I miss you, Nettie Moore, &c. One sunny morn in Autumn, ere the dew had left the lawn, Came a trader up from Louisiana bay, Who gave to master money, and then shackl'd her with chains: And he took her off to work her life away Oh I miss you, Nettie Moore, &c. Since that time the world is dreary, and I long from earth to rise, And join the happy angels gone before; I never can be merry, for my heart is full of woe, And I'm pining for my pretty Nettie Moore. Oh I miss you, Nettie Moore, &c. You are gone, lovely Nettie, and my heart must surely break, When the tears come no more into my eyes; But when weary life is past, I shall meet you once again, In Heaven, darling, up above the skies! Oh I miss you, Nettie Moore, &c. 
500 |a Notation: Lyrics only. 
590 |a CPM Accession Number: 94-017 Goldstein. 
650 0 |a Broadsides  |z United States  |y 19th century. 
650 0 |a Songs  |z United States  |y 19th century  |x Texts. 
650 0 |a Popular music  |z United States  |y 19th century  |x Texts. 
650 0 |a Tragedy in music  |v Texts. 
650 0 |a Slavery  |z United States  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
651 0 |a Santee River (S.C.)  |v Songs and music  |v Texts. 
730 0 |a Song Broadsides. 
856 4 1 |u http://musicman.mtsu.edu/broadsides/Binder5/JPEGmed/1050brom.jpg  |z Image available online, Middle Tennessee State University: Center for Popular Music 
907 |a .b31735368  |b 06-07-21  |c 10-22-15 
998 |a p  |b 10-22-15  |c m  |d a   |e -  |f eng  |g nyu  |h 0  |i 1 
994 |a C0  |b TXM 
945 |a BROAD-001050  |b - binder 5, item 27  |g 1  |j 0  |l ps   |o    |p $0.00  |q    |r s  |s -   |t 82  |u 0  |v 0  |w 0  |x 0  |y .i21106733  |z 10-22-15