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Some commonly used signs: A cross signifies "angel food", that is, food served to the hobos after a sermon. A triangle with ...

WEBSITES\HOBOPAGE\hobosigns - WorldPath


These Hobo Signs below, plus a large glossary of Hobo Terms are available in printed form in my book "The American Hoboes" "Riders of the Rails".

Hobo Signs - Angelfire


The original hobo sign. Copied and imitated by others, accept only the original "A -No.1" Was Here! Hobo signs - Beginning in the 1880's up until World War Two, ...

Hoboglyphs: Secret Transient Symbols & Modern Nomad Codes ...


Jun 3, 2010 ... This unique Hobo Code was known to the brotherhood of freight train ... Somewhere between city signs and street graffiti lies a surprisingly rich ...

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Oct 21, 2014 ... PDF Download: https://www.mediafire.com/?0tj5datm4sqv7qp A "hobo" is a migratory worker who wanders from place to place without a home ...

Hobo Signs - We Find Wildness


May 19, 2010 ... If you haven't heard of it before, HOBO SIGNS LANGUAGE is a system of symbols, or a code developed by Hobos during the Great Depression.

A Guide to Hobo Symbols | Dangerous Minds


May 14, 2013 ... I don't remember if we called them “hobos,” but I do recall occasionally seeing “ hobo marks” made in chalk or charcoal on walls or the sides of ...

The Hobo Code • Damn Interesting


May 27, 2006 ... Hobo signs were typically drawn onto utility poles using charcoal or some other type of temporary writing material that would wash out in time ...

Hobo signs - Vagabond 101


Hobo Signs were originally created in the 30's so that people ridin the rails could communicate. Over the years some people have stopped using them, but you ...

Hobo Signs from Riding the Rails: Teenagers on the Move Duirng ...


Hobo Signs from the Great Depression era...The one place where the young hobo was assured a welcome was the "jungle," as the hobo camps were called.

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Hobo Signs - CyberHobo


Depression era symbols used by hoboes. In their travels for work, hoboes made marks with chalk, paint or coal on walls, sidewalks, fences and posts. The signs ...

HOBO MARKINGS - The Prepared Citizen's Wasteland Survival Guide


Mar 17, 2011 ... place markings on fences, posts, signs, sidewalks, buildings, trestles, bridge abutments, trees and railroad line side equipment to aid them and ...

The Hobo Code | Now I Know


Dec 6, 2013 ... For reasons lost to history, these people became known as “hobos. ... to be hobo code signs — ones which have not yet been translated.