Internet Sources

Various internet sources from which I obtained songs are cited throughout the work; but, I have listed below some of the more helpful websites that provide songs or general information relating to the project.

Following is a list of books that I have not been able to find in the library sources available to me, but that I think would provide useful information on the subject matter of the project. As I continue to do research and supplement this document, I hope to be able to use some of these sources.

  • Les Andriesen, Battle Notes: Music of Vietnam, Savoy Press, Superior Wis. 2003;
  • Bloom, The American Songbook: The Singers, The Songwriters, and the Songs;
  • Carawan, Guy and Candie, Songs for Freedom: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement through its Songs, Newsouth Books, 2008;
  • Cheney, Deihl & Silverstein, All Our Lives: A Woman’s Song Book
  • Ronald D Cohen and Will Kaufman, Singing for Peace: Antiwar Songs in American History, Routledge, 2015;
  • Ronald D. Cohen, Rainbow Quest, The Folk Music Revival and American Society, 1940-1970, Of Mass. Press, Amherst, Mass (2002);
  • DeTurk/Poulin (eds.), The American Folk Scene: Dimensions of the Folk Song Revival;
  • Josh Dunson, Freedom in the Air: Song Movements of the Sixties;
  • Dick Flacks/Rob Rosenthal, Playing for Change: Music and Musicians in the Service of Social Movements (Paradigm Publishers, 2012);
  • Glazer/Fowke, Songs of Work and Freedom;
  • Tom Glazer, Songs of Peace, Freedom and Protest, David McKay, Inc. NY 1971;
  • James Haskins, Black Music in America: A History Through its People;
  • Huggett, Goodnight Sweetheart: Songs and Memories of the Second World War;
  • Lankford, Ronald D., Folk Music USA: The Changing Voice of Protest, Schirmer Trade Books, NYC 2005;
  • Lynch, Strike Songs of the Great Depression;
  • Morgan, Socialist and Labor Songs of the 1930s;
  • Martin Page, Good Night Sgt. Major, The Songs and Ballads of WW II, Hart-Davis, London 1973;
  • Perone, James E., Songs of the Vietnam Conflict;
  • Pomerance, Repeal of the Blues: How Black Entertainers Influenced Civil Rights;
  • Carl Sandburg, The American Songbag;
  • Kerrian L. Sanger, When the Spirit Says Sing: The Role of Freedom Songs in the Civil Rights Movement;
  • Irwin Silber, Lift Every Voice;
  • Jerry Silverman, American History Songbook;
  • Jerry Silverman, The Liberated Woman’s Songbook;
  • Jerry Silverman, The Undying Flame : Ballads and Songs of the Holocaust, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY 2002;
  • Bob Shelton, Broadside Makes History;
  • Wanda Whitman, (ed.) Songs That Changed the World, Crown Pub., NY 1969;
  • That’s Why We’re Marching: WW II and the American Folk Song Movement;
  • The Anti-Nuclear songbook;
  • The Songs that Fought the War: Popular Music and the Home Front – 1939-1945;
  • Broadside Magazine , which is available on microfiche through the Congressional Information Service.