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Hobo

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History[edit]. Cutaway illustration of a hobo stove, an improvised portable heat- producing and cooking device, utilizing air convection.

Don't Call Them Bums: The Unsung History of America's Hard ...

www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/dont-call-them-bums-the-unsung-history-of-americas-hard-working-hoboes/

Apr 16, 2015 ... According to Roger A. Bruns' 1980 book Knights of the Road: A Hobo History, hoboes helped build the very railroads they traveled on, as well ...

Hobo History - WorldPath

www.worldpath.net/~minstrel/history.htm

This book is a compilation of different aspects of Hobo History from the end of the Civil War until today. It does not go into specifics about any one person, except ...

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Jun 13, 2008 ... Information on the hobos during the great depression this is not my video so no one sue me.

Riding the Rails - Wessels Living History Farm

www.livinghistoryfarm.org/farminginthe30s/water_07.html

If the farmer was generous, the hobo would mark the lane so that later hoboes would know this was a good place to beg. Millie Opitz remembers hoboes coming ...

61 Things I Learned At The National Hobo Convention - BuzzFeed

www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/things-i-learned-at-the-national-hobo-convention

The town of Britt, Iowa, is known as the hobo capital of the world. ..... hoboes, tramps, and hoboes-at-heart all strive to spread the culture and history of the hobo.

Hobos | Clarendon Hills Historical Society

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Thoughts of late 19th century and early 20th century America frequently evoke images of the romantic life of the hobo. Unlike tramps or bums, who only worked  ...

Hobo Culture – All Aboard: How Trains Shaped Small Town Iowa

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The Hobo Convention website defines a hobo as this: “hobo wanders and ... Tapestry made by The Texas Madman (a hobo) out of denim and is a history of ...

The American Hobo - North Bank Fred

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Both Allsop (1967) and Anderson view the hobo as occupying a unique position in American history and society, inheritors as Mathers (1973) asserts of a ...

Hoboes: Denizens of the Jungle - The Ultimate History Project

www.ultimatehistoryproject.com/hobo.html

“Missing Inventor Found in Reno Hobo Jungle,” read the 1958 headline of the Tucson Daily Citizen. Elmer Meukel, a 41-year-old self-taught engineer, who ...

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Hobo History - HoboJeepers - Tripod

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The name "Hobo" first started appearing in the early 1800's. Before the Civil War many hobos had taken to the rails as a way of life. Around the time of the Civil ...

Hobo 1894: Hard Times in America - EyeWitness to History

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Hobo, 1894. Hard Times in America. Printer Friendly Version >>>. In the period from 1893 to 1896 America suffered a severe economic meltdown that was ...

Riding The Rails

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A Social and Cultural History of the American Hobo.