Grand Idaho

DESCRIPTION: "Kind providence our lot may case, And yet we have to choose at last, If you're inquiring where to go, Come down to southern Idaho." The trees yield abundantly. The rains come constantly. Workers are urged to supply brawn; they will be welcome
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1965 (Western Folklore 24, according to Cohen)
KEYWORDS: derivative home work farming emigration
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS2, pp 582-583, "Grand Idaho" (1 text)
Roud #19475
cf. "Beulah Land" (tune) and references there
File: CAFS2582

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