Cheechaco's Lament, The

DESCRIPTION: "My name is Joseph Pennman, I have a comrade, Jack. I'll tell you why I left the States...." "I caught the Klondike fever." "We boated down the Yukon."Having reached Dawson, the singer finds much misery and little gold. He returns home
AUTHOR: Harry W. Brown
EARLIEST DATE: 1898 (Klondike Nugget, according to Cohen)
KEYWORDS: work mining hardtimes gold return
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Cohen-AFS2, pp. 679-681, "The Cheechaco's Lament (Dedicated to Joseph Pennman)" (1 text)
File: CAFS2679

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