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Expert Joyceann Gray, herself.
Shana Aisenberg - copyright-holder banjo, mandolin (“Lorena”) (shanasongs.com)
Cam Millar - Cornfields, Big Circle (cammillar.com)
Kevin Williams - eerie synthesizer composition during courthouse segment - Railroad music - Dave Hellyer, harmonica; Joe Bourgeois, guitar; Kevin Williams, drums; Kelley Cornelius, percussion.
"My Heart is in the Mountains" from Lantern in a Poet's Garden, Poem by Daniel Bedinger Lucas (public domain) Music by Terry Tucker, c (the copyright symbol) 2010, GHF Music, www.terrytucker.net - John Brown's body [sound recording] by J. Weldon Norris Chorale; Washington, D.C., 2003. With permission from the James Weldon Norris Chorale.
raven - Cornell Ornithological Laboratory
wagons, laughing men, crackling fire, horse whinny, dogs, pig squeal - from “free sfx.uk.com”
Trowbridge, John T. (1866). “The South: a tour of its battlefields and ruined cities, a journey through the desolated states, and talks with the people: being a description of the present state of the country – its agriculture – railroads – business and finances.” Hartford, Conn., L. Stebbins.
Crayon, Porte. (Strother, David H.) “Our Negro Schools” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, New York, NY: Harper and Bros. Volume 49 Issue 292 (September, 1874). pp. 457-468.
A Freedman’s Bureau agent - Harper's Weekly, July 25, 1868, p. 473.
Godey’s Fashions for September, 1862
David Hunter Strother at The Strother Collection of West Virginia University: “September 13, 1858,” “Martinsburg October 2nd, 1859,” “Ruins of the Old Academy at Martinsburg January 18th 1876,” “Untitled (Young Freedwoman),””Sir John’s Road May, 1851,” “The Bath Keeper,” “Baltimore, March 14, 1860 - (Tea kettle, cup); (Old plantation owner in text) “Artist’s Excursion Baltimore & Ohio Railroad;” (Owner’s former enslaved person); “Milby Stephenson.”
“Independence (Squire Jack Porter)” 1858 - by Frank Blackwell Mayer
“Past and Present, No. 2 1858” - by Augustus Leopold Egg
“The Story Teller of the Camp” (1861-1865) - by Eastman Johnson
Paintings by Winslow Homer: “Cornfield” - 1873; “The Bright Side” - 1865; “Prisoners from the Front” - 1866; “Defiance - Inviting a Shot Before Petersburg” - 1865;” “Veteran in a New Field.”
Brown, Howell S. “Map of Jefferson County, Virginia From Actual Surveys With Farm Limits, 1852.”
From New York Illustrated News:
“Arrival of Mrs. Brown in Charlestown, Accompanied by Capt. Moore, and an Escort, December 1, 1859” Pub. December 17, 1859; “The Procession to the Scaffold, December 2, 1859,” Pub. December 17, 1859; “Execution of John Brown.” Pub. December 10, 1859.
From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 17, 1859: “John Brown Riding on his Coffin to the Place of Execution;” “John Brown Ascending the Scaffold Preparatory to Being Hanged;” “The Jail in Charlestown that held John Brown and his Raiders;” From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, November 19, 1859: “View of Charlestown.”
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine: Strother, David H., “Personal Recollections of the Civil War.” (May, 1867), p. 716; Strother, David H., "Virginia Illustrated." (Aug., 1855), p. 296; Crayon, Porte “Our Negro Schools,” (September 1874), p. 458.
Harper's Weekly, November 12, 1859: "The Arraignment;” “Trial of John Brown.”
Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buel (Ed.). “Battles and Leaders″. (1887): finding a skull in a field, Vol. 2, p. 347; plough in a field, Vol. 1, p. 216; crows over a field, Vol. 1, p. 217; Ross House, Vol. 3, p. 637.
From King, Edward. (1875). “The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland:” Illustrated by Champney, James Wells. Hartford, Conn. American Publishing Co. Print: p. 99 - train car (inside); p. 659 - food to people in train cars; p. 649 - Virginia corn shed.
Man plowing by James E. Taylor - Library of Congress
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