History. Cutaway illustration of a hobo stove, an improvised portable heat-
producing and cooking device, utilizing air convection.
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 ...
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 ...
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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.
“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 ...
Hobo, 1894. Hard Times in America. Printer Friendly Version >>>. In the period
from 1893 to 1896 America suffered a severe economic meltdown that was ...
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
Sign for the National Hobo Convention, courtesy of the Hobo Museum, Britt, Iowa.
... Tapestry made by The Texas Madman (a hobo) out of denim and is a history ...
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 ...
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