I'm Trabling Back to Georgia
DESCRIPTION: "I'se trabling back to Georgia, Dat good ole land to see, De place I left to wander, De day dat I was free." The ex-slave, now "getting old and weary," wants to go back to Georgia; to "live and die in Georgia, Dat's good enough for me."
EARLIEST DATE: 1874 (Wehman broadside, according to Cohen)
KEYWORDS: home return slave travel
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS1, pp. 304-305, "I'm Trabling Back to Georgia" (1 text)
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