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ROLLING TEXT DESCRIBING STEPHEN COLLINS FOSTER AND THE HERITAGE OF HIS SONGS. PLANTATION SONGS. AMERICANA. RECREATION. DRAMATIZATION OF STEPHEN FOSTER AND HIS CREATION OF HIS FAMOUS SONG: OH! SUSANNA
MAN DEPICTING SONG WRITER STEPHEN FOSTER WALKS ON RURAL TREE LINED TRAIL
DRAMATIZATION OF STEPHEN FOSTERS' EARLY LIFE - YOUNG BLACK BOYS SPEAKING IN DIALECT
BOY IS SPANKED BY HIS FATHER CORPORAL PUNISHMENT - PUNISHED FOR PLAYING A MINSTREL MAN BEING INFLUENCED BY BLACK MUSIC IN THE SOUTH PLANTATION WORKERS SONGS
STEPHEN FOSTER SITS AT PIANO COMPOSING SONGS
ACTOR PORTRAYING STEPHEN FOSTER AT PIANO WITH TRIO SINGING " OH SUZANNA " EARLY PLANTATION SONG
STEPHEN FOSTER TRIES NEW SONGS OUT ON MR. EDWIN PEARCE CHRISTY OF CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS PLAY AND SING OH! SUZANNA
MAN DEEP IN THOUGHT STROKES HIS WHISKERS
STEPHEN FOSTER IS MADE TO BEGIN HIS BUSINESS CAREER BY HIS FATHER
1850S BOOKKEEPER SORTS MAIL AND WRITES WITH A QUILL PEN
STEPHEN FOSTER PLAYS OH! SUZANNA IN A TAVERN
BLACKFACE MINSTREL QUARTETTE ON STAGE SINGING: OH! SUSANNA
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