Early Life in Dixie

DESCRIPTION: "As I was loafing on Main Street one day A comrade came to me and thus he did say," that the singer has been chosen to go to [Utah] Dixie to raise cotton and wine. Failed crops, poverty, and a wishto die await him, but they manage to make things better
AUTHOR: Samuel "Doc" Kenner, according to Hubbard's informant William R. Palmer
EARLIEST DATE: 1961 (Hubbard)
KEYWORDS: travel hardtimes farming poverty home
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Hubbard, #231, "Early Life in Dixie" (1 text)
Roud #10907
File: Hubb231

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