Hunter Family Children Singing, Part 1
Library of Congress
Part one of three of the April 10, 1971, session with the Hunter Family children on Johns Island, South Carolina. Recording includes "I Don't Wanna Go to Mexico," "Miss Mary Mack," "Miss Sue from Alabama," "Everywhere We Go," "Miss Sue," and "Yes Ma'am." The recording also captures some talking and direction from Henrietta Yurchenco between songs.
Gullahs--Music;Gullahs--South Carolina--Johns Island--Social life and customs;Spirituals (Songs)--South Carolina--Johns Island;Church music--South Carolina;Sea Islands Creole dialect--South Carolina--Johns Island;Gospel music--South Carolina--Johns Island;Folks music--South Carolina--Johns Island (S.C.)--African Americans;South Carolina--Johns Island (S.C.)--Religious life and customs;Field recording;Yurchenco, Henrietta;Johns Island (S.C.)
Spirituals, church music, gospel, gullahs, creole dialect, Hunter Family
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