Old Bay State, The

DESCRIPTION: "Come all good people from far and near... I will sing you the loss of the old Bay State that sailed in the Crawford Line." On the morning of November 2, she sets out and is never seen again. "It's hard to think so many lives down with her had to go."
AUTHOR: Thomas Peckham?
EARLIEST DATE: before 1952 (collected from John S. Parsons by Walton)
KEYWORDS: ship death disaster
HISTORICAL REFERENCES:
Nov 2, 1862 - final voyage of the _Bay State_
FOUND IN: US(MA)
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Walton/Grimm/Murdock, pp. 225-226, "The Old Bay State" (1 text)
File: WGM225

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