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Lumbering songs from the northern woods by…

Lumbering songs from the northern woods

by Edith Fowke

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    Ballads and Songs of the Shanty-Boy by Franz Lee Rickaby (waltzmn)
    waltzmn: The lumbermen of Canada and the American Midwest worked in two different countries, but they formed one culture. A comparison of Rickaby's and Fowke's books will show this clearly.
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    Songs and Ballads of the Maine Lumberjacks with Other Songs from Maine by Roland Palmer (ed) Gray (waltzmn)
    waltzmn: Gray's book of lumbermen's songs was one of the first in the field, and became an important reference for all who followed, including Edith Fowke.

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