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There was no room at the inn (Talley)

Author: Thomas Washington Talley

B. 10-9-1870; d. 7-14-52; Chemistry prof., Fisk University. Talley was Tennessee's first African-American folklorist. He collected folk songs and published them in Negro Folk Rhymes published in 1922 LOC Name Authority File Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: There was no room at the inn (Talley)
Author: Thomas Washington Talley
Refrain First Line: Behold that star

Timeline

Instances

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A Hymnal for Friends #164
American Student Hymnal #d322
Singing Worship with Boys and Girls #d100
Songs of Light, the Bruderhof Songbook #338



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