Classic Canadian Songs from Smithsonian Folkways

Ninety-nine-year-old Charles Owens, a descendant of Black Loyalists who settled in the Annapolis Valley after the American Revolution, leads his family in "The Welcome Table," a spirited jubilee sung by fugitive slaves traveling north on the Underground Railroad and revived during the 1960s by the freedom marchers of the American civil rights movement.
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Folk Music from Nova Scotia (FW04006, 1956)

Folk Music from Nova Scotia (FW04006, 1956)

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