Once I Lived in Cottonwood

DESCRIPTION: "Once I lived in Cottonwood and owned a little farm, When I was called to Dixie it did me much alarm." On his way to "Utah Dixie" his wagon breaks down and everyone is exhausted. The land will not grow cotton. Life is miserable in the new place
AUTHOR: George R. Hicks? (source: Hubbard's informant William R. Palmer)
EARLIEST DATE: 1951 (Hubbard)
KEYWORDS: work travel home horse hardtimes farming
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Hubbard, #230, "Once I Lived in Cottonwood" (2 texts)
ST Hubb230 (Partial)
Roud #8014
File: Hubb230

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