Ballad of White-Water Men, A

DESCRIPTION: Singer tells of Mike Corrigan, the best white-water man. Among his deeds: breaking up logjams at Sour-na-Hunk and Ambejejus Falls, flying like a bird, landing on his pike-pole and whizzing around so fast that his hair scorched the air and fried the wind
AUTHOR: unknown
KEYWORDS: lumbering work logger talltale river
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Beck 26, "A Ballad of White-Water Men" (1 text)
Roud #8858
File: Be026

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