Mr. Pierce's Experience

DESCRIPTION: "On the twenty-fifth of September, I always it shall remember." Mr. Pierce, of Cambridge, is driving cars when his horse goes wild. The cars crush his legs, which have to be amputated. He warns of and moralizes about his fate
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1939 (New Green Mountain Songster)
KEYWORDS: horse technology wreck injury disability
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REFERENCES (2 citations):
Flanders-NewGreen, pp. 161-164, "Mr. Pierce's Experience" (1 text)
Cohen-AFS1, pp. 54-56, "Mr. Pierce's Experience" (1 text)

File: CAFS1054

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