Iron Ore by 'Fifty-Four

DESCRIPTION: "Come, ladies and gentlemen, listen to me, I'll sing you a song of our north Counteree... Bound north to Ungava for rich iron ore In July, nineteen fifty-four." The building of a railroad into Labrador, and the four years of work involved, are described
AUTHOR: Words: Alan Mills
EARLIEST DATE: 1960
KEYWORDS: work technology Canada
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REFERENCES (1 citation):
Fowke/Mills/Blume, pp. 215-217, "'Iron Ore by Fifty-Four" (1 text, 1 tune)
CROSS-REFERENCES:
cf. "Red Iron Ore" [Laws D9] (tune)
File: FMB215

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