Burning of Henry K. Robinson's Camp in 1873, The

DESCRIPTION: "Come all you rambling young men and listen unto me, While I relate a story that happened in seventy-tree...." The men in Robinson's logging operation see their camp, food, and clothes burn. But they are able to rebuild after three hard days
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1921 (Eckstorm & Smythe)
KEYWORDS: logger fire work home disaster
FOUND IN: US(NE)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS1, pp. 10-11, "The Burning of Henry K. Robinson's Camp in 1873" (1 text)
Roud #4067
File: CA1010

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