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Black Hoboes & Their Songs


Another wonderful slice of history, political, cultural, and social history. Better yet, it comes ‘illustrated’ with a CD, with 25 original recordings. Plus, of course, the work is full of the lyrics, art, and photographs of people, and their times. The music and poetry of black workers in motion – hoboing, hitchhiking, timbering, mining, railroading, loving, leaving, fighting back and searching for a new job, a new life and even a new world are brilliantly recorded and explained in this arresting collection.

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Subtitle: What's The Use Of Walking If There's A Freight Train Going Your Way?
Author: Garon, Paul & Gene Tomko
Year: 2005
ISBN: 0882863061
Pages: 296
Language: English
Publisher: Charles H. Kerr Publishing Compagny
Publisher's city: Chicago
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