Kansas Farmer's Lament, The

DESCRIPTION: "Come, listen to a granger, you soft-headed stranger.... I left a good farm, and, meaning no harm, I emigrated my family to this Kansas frontier." Now he is in poverty. He vows to leave and head for Boston
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1892 (Dighton Journal, according to Cohen)
KEYWORDS: farming hardtimes warning
FOUND IN: US
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS2, p. 499, "The Kansas Farmer's Lament" (1 text)
File: CAFS2502

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