With such a simple dance, one would think so.
Along the way I developed a shorthand,
which I used to both not put dances too similar into the same program,
and build a program with dances which had a definite progression of moves.
So I took your dance and quickly found that:
There are at least 4 dances which have the same A part.
"Daddy's Little Girl" by Chart Guthrie
"Black Mountain Rag" by Henry Garfath
"Monday" by Jim Hemphill
"Salmonella Evening" by Steve Zakon-Anderson

But only "Daddy's Little Girl" has a similar B part.
A1
Neighbor Allemande Right 1 1/2
Gents Allemande Left 1 1/2
A2
Partner Balance and Swing
B1
Ladies chain
Right & Left Thru
B2
Circle Left
Left hand star 1x
Anr6;Aml6;Spb;-;Cw;T;Ol;*l

Yours has a nice Cw;*l combination.
Anr6;Aml6;Spb;-;Lfk;M;Cw;*l

The problem is that the descriptions of many of the older dances aren't available on-line.
And I don't happen to have access to them.

"Heritage Reel" by Tony Parkes is a permutation of your dance,
but it starts off with Neighbor Balance and Swing,
doesn't have a Left hand star or Neighbor Allemande Right.

Bill In HI

Luke Donforth via Callers wrote:
A1
Neighbor Allemande Right 1 1/2
Gents Allemande Left 1 1/2
A2
Partner Balance and Swing
B1
Long Lines forward and back
Promenade across set with partner
B2
Ladies chain back to neighbor
Left hand star 1x


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