The Dodger Song
Cleveland had won the support of progressives by his fight against Tammany Hall in New York, and "The Dodger" was apparently used as a campaign song to belittle Republican James G. Blaine. The version known today is based on a Library of Congress recording by Mrs. Emma Dusenberry of Mena, Arkansas, who learned it in the 1880s. It was transcribed and first published by Charles Seeger in a little Resettlement Administration songbook.
- The Aaron Copland Collection ca. 1900-1990 - Browse by Works (American Memory from the Library of Congress)
- "The Dodger Song"
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