Camp Songs, Folk Songs is available from the sites mentioned at the right below the reproduction of the front cover.



Section I. Folklore
    The Mermaid: Folklore
    Kumbaya: Folk Songs

Photographs: Camping through Time

Section II. Age Group Influences on Repertoire
    Kookaburra: Humor
    Pep: Language
    Eskimo Hunt: Foreign Language and Nonsense Songs
    An Austrian Went Yodeling: Melody
    Ash Grove: Pretty Songs and Harmony

Section III. Camp Philosophy Influences on Repertoire
    Skyball Paint: Ballads
    Lollypop: Parodies
    I Wish I Were a Little ---: Open Ended Songs
    The Other Day I Saw a Bear: Part Songs
    Witchcraft: Pretty Songs and Melody

Photographs: Coming of Age in Camp

Section IV: Gender Influences on Repertoire
    Rise and Shine: Textual Repetition
    Swimming, Swimming: Stylistic Repetition
    Rose, Rose: Melodic Repetition
    A Canoe May Be Drifting: Indigenous Songs

Section V: Midwestern Influences on Repertoire
    Oh, the Boatmen Dance: Rhythm
    Grand Old Duke of York: Gestures
    Flicker: Recent Pretty Songs

Photographs: People Who Make It Possible

    A. Individual Participants
    B. Archive Collections
    C. Camps
    D. Citations
    E. Publishing Histories for Case Studies
    F. Credits and Permissions

The photographs include ones of people who provided versions of the case studies. Composers of "Kookaburra," "Witchcraft," "Flicker of a camp fire," "My Paddle's Keen and Bright," "God Has Created a New Day," and "Whippoorwill" are shown.

There are photographs of people responsible for collecting or publishing songs, like Lynn Rohrbough and his wife, Katherine Ferris, E. O. Harbin, Janet Tobbit, Leona Holbrook, and Max Exner. Albert Brown, Evelyn Hopson Woods, and Ruth and Annetta Eldrige published collections of camp songs in the 1920s.

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