Ballads & Songs of Southern Michigan-songbook

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Communicated in 1931 by Mrs. Irene Pomeroy Shields, Kalamazoo, who ob­tained the song from the singing of Mr. L. N. Edgerton, Wisconsin. A text of six and one-half stanzas very similar to A.
Obtained in 1915 by Miss Vida Collins, Bear Lake, from the singing of an uncle; in his youth he had heard the song sung by Michigan lumbermen. A text of four stanzas very similar to parts of A.

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