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Folksongs of New Brunswick by Edward D. Ives

Folksongs of New Brunswick (1989)

by Edward D. Ives

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"And one from out our company,
   With lusty lungs and strong,
would give us a good come-all-ye
'Bout ninety verses long!"

     from Hedley Parker's
     "The Days of Duffy Gillis"
     as recited by Dan Shortall
for Alden Nowland
for one good reason
for Perley Hare
for another
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I first crossed the border from Maine into New Brunswick on June 6, 1957 -- a sunny Thursday morning -- and I have been crossing it regularly ever since at all times of the year and in all kinds of weather, which make this anthology (since all but one of the songs in it I collected myself) the fruit of a thirty-year harvest.
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