Now showing items 1-20 of 181
When Johnny comes marching home.
(Boston : Henry Tolman & Co., 1863, 1863)
To Build a Home: The Material Cultures, Gender Relations and the Cultivation of Meaning by Karen Refugees From Burma
This dissertation seeks to trouble the concept of home being rooted in one place by further understanding how refugees create a sense of belonging across their sites of displacement and settlement. Their mobility and flows ...
Back among the fields of golden grain.
(New York : Hamilton S. Gordon, 1907, 1907)
I'm goin' south.
(New York : M. Witmark & Sons, 1923., 1923)
I'll hop, skip and jump into my mammy's arms.
(Toronto : Leo Feist, 1923., 1923)
This paper accompanies the authors original symphony for large orchestra, folkloric flux. Although primarily based on traditional symphonic formal and developmental features, folkloric flux also employs narrative to guide ...
I'll return to you my sweetheart. And the dear old Georgia pines.
(New York : Church, Pacson and Company, 1910, 1910)
There's a mother back in Ireland waits for me.
(Chicago - New York : Frank K. Root & Co., 1914, 1914)
(New York : L. Wolfe Gilbert Music Corporation, 1922., 1922)
Cradle of gold
(New York : H. C. Weasner & Co., 1922., 1922)
(Toronto : Leo Feist Inc., 1922., 1922)
Where the ivy leaves grow close beside the door.
(Chicago : McKinley Music Co., 1908., 1908)
You're in Kentucky sure as you're born
(New York : Broadway Music Corporation, 1923., 1923)
There's a typical Tipperary over here.
(New York : M. Witmark & Sons, 1920., 1920)
Sweet Indiana home.
(New York : Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1922., 1922)
That Tacoma home o' mine.
(New York : Waterson, Berlin & Snyder Co., 1923., 1923)
The current ecological state of the world is a source of great anxiety what seems to be missing is a sense of kinship, of how fundamentally interconnected human lives and the life of the planet are. I work across mediums ...
There is no place like home.
(New York : Chas. K. Harris, 1907, 1907)
Home again blues.
(New York : Irving Berlin, Inc., 1921, 1921)
I'm wingin' home
(New York : Feist, 1928., 1928)