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July 08, 2016

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...nice phrase, "danced the sun up and the moon down"....but isn't it backwards?

Oops, yes. My typo, and I've now fixed it to match the phrase as quoted earlier in the post. Thanks for the catch!

Thank you so much for writing this piece :). It is the most specific and best source of information on 1830's American dance I've read so far.

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