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_Oh_: De Ram blow de ho'n an 'de sheep shell co'n;
Caze when de Hant blows de ho'n, de sperits all dance,
The overseer blow the ho'n, which was a conch shell, at six in the mornin 'an' every slave better answer w'en the roll was call 'at seven.
Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves South Carolina Narratives, Part 2
When de sheep shell co'n wid de rattle of his ho'n!
_Oh_: When de sheep shell co'n wid de rattle of his ho'n
Ole Joe's dead an 'gone but his  Hant blows de ho'n;
Plunk de banjo, scrap de fiddle, blow dat ho'n yo 'level bes',
A-squeakin 'of yo' whistle 'g'inst a gread big ho'n.
W'en old man Gabrile toot his ho'n, he ain't gwinter hang no sine out in de winder-panes, an 'when ole Fadder Jacob lets down dat lather er his'n you'll be mighty ap' fer ter hear de racket.
Uncle Remus, His Songs and His Sayings: The Folk-Lore of the Old Plantation. By Joel Chandler Harris. With Illustrations by Frederick S. Church and James H. Moser
Wun I blow 'pon me ho'n dun you blow' pon you 'ho'n fer answer me; me blow, you blow, dun we bote blow.'
Nights With Uncle Remus Myths and Legends of the Old Plantation
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