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Jackson, George Pullen. 1908. German Student Dueling. The World Today (December):1241-49.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1910. Traces of Gleim's Grenadierlieder. Modern Language Notes 26:112-13.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1911. From Young Lessing to Percy's "Reliques". Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1913. Further Traces of Gleim's Grenadierlieder. Modern Language Notes 23:205-8.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1914. The Story of the Mediaeval Cathedrals in the Rhine Valley. The University of North Dakota Quarterly Journal 4:301-316.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1916-17. The Rhythmic Form of German Folksongs. Modern Philology 13(February 1916):129-49; 14(June 1916):1-28; 14(October 1916):101-27; 15(June 1917):15-38.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1919. American Indifference to the Study of Folklore. Journal of American Folklore 32:438-39.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1922. Have You a Little Monotone in Your Home? The Musical Monitor (January):438-39.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1926. The Fa-Sol-La Folk. Musical Courier 93(11):6-7, 10.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1932a. Early Musical Activities in Tennessee. Paper presented at the meetings of the East Tennessee Historical Society, Knoxville, Tennessee, October 7.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1932b. The Genesis of the Negro Spiritual. The American Mercury 26(June):243-255.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1933a. Buckwheat Notes. Musical Quarterly 19(4):392-401.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1933b. White Spirituals in the Southern Uplands: The Story of the Fasola Folk, Their Songs, Singings, and "Buckwheat Notes". Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Reprint. N.Y.: Dover Books, 1965.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1934a. Ballad Art Revived at White Top Festival. Musical America 54(September):8.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1934b. Early American Religious Folk Songs. Proceedings of the Music Teachers Association 29:74-79.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1936a. America's Folk-Songs. Virginia Quarterly Review 12:34-42.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1936b. Stephen Foster's Debt to American Folk-Songs. Musical Quarterly 22(2):154-69.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1937a. Old-Timey Country Singings. Southern Folklore Quarterly 1:21-27.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1937b. Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America: Two Hundred and Fifty Tunes and Texts with an Introduction and Notes. New York: Augustin.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1938. Review of Humor of the Old Deep South, by Arthur Palmer Hudson. Social Forces 6:588-589.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1939a. Did Spiritual Folksongs Develop First in the Northeast? Southern Folklore Quarterly 3:1-3.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1939b. Down East Spirituals and Others: Three Hundred Songs Supplemental to the Author's Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America. New York: Augustin.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1939c. Some Enemies of Folk-Music in America. Proceedings of the meetings of the International Congress of Musicology, 77-83. Published by the American Musicological Society.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1940. Foreword. In The White Pilgrim, edited by L. H. Horton, and B. H. Kazee. New York: H. W. Gray.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1941. Old Time Religion as Folk Religion. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 7(March):30-40.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1943a. Hymns Are Meant to be Sung! The Christian Century 60(November 3):1263-64.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1943b. Review of Songs of American Sailormen, by Joanna C. Colcord. New England Quarterly (September):521-23.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1943c. White and Negro Spirituals, Their Life Span and Kinship, Tracing 200 Years of Untrammeled Song Making and Singing Among Our Country Folk, with 116 Songs as Sung by Both Races. New York: Augustin.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1944a. The Folk Celebrates a Centennial. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 10:1-8.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1944b. Religious Mass Song. In The Workshop for Youth Leaders, 5-7. Nashville.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1944c. The Story of the Sacred Harp, 1844-1944. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1944d. Review of A Treasury of American Folklore, by Benjamin A. Botkin. Musical Quarterly 30:496-98.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945a. Review of Amische Lieder, by Joseph Yoder (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Yoder Publishing Company, 1942). California Folklore Quarterly 4:100-101.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945b. A Directory of Sacred Harp Singers and Singing Conventions. Nashville: Privately printed.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945c. Primitive Baptist Song. The Primitive Baptist 60(June 7):162-63, 60(June 21):179-80, 60(July 5):169-97.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945d. Review of Rosanna of the Amish, by Joseph Yoder (Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Yoder Publishing Company, 1944). Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 11(September):10.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945e. Sing, Brothers, Sing! Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 11(May):1-3.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945f. The Strange Music of the Old Order Amish. Musical Quarterly 31:275-288.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945g. Review of A Texan in England, by J. Frank Dobie. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 11:10-11.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1945h. Why Does American Folk Music Spread so Slowly. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 11(February):1-3.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1946a. The American Amish Sing Mediaeval Folktunes Today. Southern Folklore Quarterly 10:151-157.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1946b. The Folklorist as Apostle of a Broader, Deeper Humanism. Southern Folklore Quarterly 10:211-18.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1946c. Revolution in Pittsburgh. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 12(May):1-6.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1946d. Some Don't Like Folk Music. Why? The Gadfly (Vanderbilt University) 1(3):67-76.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1947. Wanted, An American Hans Sachs. Georgia Review 1:18-27.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1948a. Review of Fireside Book of Folk Songs, by Margaret Bradford Boni (New York Simon and Schuster, 1947). Southern Folklore Quarterly 12:101-102.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1948b. Review of Folk Song U.S.A., by Charles and Ruth C. Seeger. Notes 5(June).

Jackson, George Pullen. 1948c. Review of Memory Melodies: A Collection of Folk Songs from Middle Tennessee, by L. L. and Flora L. McDowell (Ann Arbor, Michigan Edwards Brothers, . Western Folklore Quarterly 7(April).

Jackson, George Pullen. 1948d. Review of My Songs: Aframerican Religious Folk Songs, by Roland Hayes (Boston Little and Brown, . Nashville Banner (October 22).

Jackson, George Pullen. 1948e. Review of Pirate Laureate: The Life and Legends of Captain Kidd, by Willard Hallam Bonner (New Brunswick, New Jersey Rutgers University Press, 1947). Western Folklore 7:78-79.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1949-50. Nordamerikanische Volksmusik. In Die Amerikanische Rundschau, 92-97. Washington, D.C.: Department of State, Information Services Division.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1950a. Character Notation. In Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 5th edition.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1950b. Let's Sing! Children's Museum Calendar (November).

Jackson, George Pullen. 1950c. On Knowing Ourselves First (Presidential Address). South Atlantic Bulletin 15(January):4-6.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1950d. Spirituals. In Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 5th edition.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1950e. Review of A Treasury of Southern Folklore, by Benjamin A. Botkin. Notes 6:295-296.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1951. The 400-Year Odyssey of the "Captain Kidd" Song Family. Southern Folklore Quarterly 15:239-48.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1952a. Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1952b. Pennsylvania Dutch Spirituals. Musical Quarterly 38:80-84.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1952c. Some Factors in the Diffusion of American Religious Folksong. Journal of American Folklore 65:365-69.

Jackson, George Pullen. 1953. American Folksong and Musical Art. Southern Folklore Quarterly 17:140-42.

Jackson, George Pullen, and Charles Faulkner Bryan. 1947. American Folk Music for High School and other Choral Groups. Boston: C. C. Birchard and Co.

Jackson, George Pullen (subj.). 1988. George Pullen Jackson: A Singing Scholar. National Sacred Harp Newsletter 3(February).

Jackson, Karen Luke. 1972. The Royal Singing Convention, 1893-1931: Shape-Note Singing Tradition in Irwin County, Georgia. Georgia Historical Quarterly 56:495-509. Reprint. Frank W. Hoogerwerf, ed., Music in Georgia (New York: Da Capo Press, 1984), 289-303.

James, Joe S. 1904. The History of the Sacred Harp. Douglasville, Georgia: New South Book and Job Print.

Jansen, William H. 1955. Hymns of the Shape-Note Tradition. Choral and Organ Guide 8(8):28-29.

Jedan, Dieter. 1981. Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi and the Pestalozzian Method of Language Teaching. Las Vegas: Peter Lang.

Jensen, David G. n.d. An American Folk-Hymn Index of Seven-Note Hymnals. Portland, Oregon: The Author.

Jervey, Huger Wilkinson. 1909. The South's Contributions to Music. In The South in the Building of the Nation, edited by John B. Henneman. Richmond: Southern Historical Publication Society.

Johansen, John H. 1950. James Montgomery and His Contribution to English Hymnody. Moravian 95(1-2, 7-8).

Johansen, John H. 1957. The Hymns of James Montgomery. Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 16:14-29.

John, Robert W. 1954. Our Forefathers' Favorite System. Educational Music Magazine 34(1):16-17, 53-54.

John, Robert W. 1957. A History of School Vocal Instruction Books in the United States. Ed.D. dissertation, Indiana University.

John, Robert W. 1960. Elam Ives and the Pestalozzian Theory of Music Education. Journal of Research in Music Education 8:45-50.

John, Robert W. 1971. The Irving Lowens Collection of Tunebooks. Moravian Music Foundation Bulletin 16(2):1-2.

Johnson, Charles A. 1952. Camp Meeting Hymnody. American Quarterly 4:110-26.

Johnson, Charles A. 1955. The Frontier Camp-Meeting: Religion's Harvest Time. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press.

Johnson, Dorothy L. 1953a. The Use of Instruments in the Worship Service in New England Churches from Colonial Days to About 1850. Ed.D. dissertation, Eastman School of Music.

Johnson, Guy B. 1940a. Review of Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America, by George Pullen Jackson (New York J. J. Augustin, 1938). Journal of American Folklore 53:197-198.

Johnson, H. Earle. 1940b. Early New England Periodicals Devoted to Music. Musical Quarterly 26(April):153-61.

Johnson, H. Earle. 1943. Musical Interludes in Boston, 1795-1830. New York: Columbia University Press.

Johnson, H. Earle. 1948. Notes on Sources of Musical Americana. Notes (Music Library Association). 2nd series 5(March):169-77.

Johnson, H. Earle. 1953b. The Germania Musical Society. Musical Quarterly 39.

Johnson, H. Earle. 1958. The Need for Research in the History of American Music. Journal of Research in Music Education 6(Spring):43-61.

Johnson, H. Earle. 1965. Hallelujah, Amen! The Story of the Handel and Haydn Society of Boston. Boston: Bruce Humphries.

Johnson, Jesse. 1917. Early Theological Education West of the Alleghenies. Papers of the American Society of Church History, 2nd Series 5.

Johnson, Mark D. 1996. The Sacred Harp Revival in the Urban North: 1970-1995. Ph.D. monograph, Louisiana State University.

Johnson, Paul E. 1991. Democracy, Patriarchy, and American Revivals, 1780-1830. Journal of Social History 24:843-50.

Johnson, Samuel. 1906. Life of Watts. In Lives of the Poets. London: Oxford University Press. Vol. II.

Jones, Daniel C. L. 1991. Elias Mann (1750-1825): Massachusetts Composer, Compiler, and Singing Master. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Colorado at Boulder.

Jones, Daniel C. L. 1993. Elias Mann: Reform-Era Massachusetts Psalmodist. American Music 11(1):54-89.

Jones, Francis Arthur. 1970. Famous Hymns and Their Authors. Detroit: Singing Tree Press.

Jones, F. O. 1886. A Handbook of American Music and Musicians. Casaseraga, New York: The Author.

Jones, Matt B. 1932. Bibliographical Notes on Thomas Walter's "Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained". Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 42 n.s., pt. 2(October):235-46.

Jones, Matt B. 1935. Some Bibliographical Notes on Cotton Mather's "The Accomplished Singer". Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 28(December):186-93.

Jones, Walter R. 1954. An Analysis of Public School Music Textbooks before 1900. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pittsburgh.

Jost, Walter James. 1966. The Hymn Tune Tradition of the General Conference Mennonite Church. DMA dissertation, University of Southern California.

Judkins, Edith M. 1953. The American Singing School and Its Terminating Activities in the North. M.A. thesis, Tulane University.

Julian, John. 1892. A Dictionary of Hymnology Setting Forth the Origin and History of Christian Hymns of All Ages and Nations. London. Reprint. New York: Dover Publications, 1957.