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" My name it is Joe Bowers, I've got a brother Ike, I came from old Missouri, yes, all the way from Pike... "
The Argonauts of California: Being the Reminiscences of Scenes and Incidents ... - Page 312
1890 - 501 pages
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The Quarterly, Volumes 5-6

Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles County Pioneers of Southern California - California, Southern - 1901
...popular among the Argonauts in the early '5o's you may possibly detect in the stanzas I quote : "My name is Joe Bowers, I've got a brother Ike, I came from...how I came to roam, And leave my poor old mammy so far away from home. I used to court a girl thar, her name was Sally Black. I axed her if she'd marry...
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Annual Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Volume 5

Travel - 1901
...popular among the Argonauts in the early 'so's you may possibly detect in the stanzas I quote : "My name is Joe Bowers, I've got a brother Ike, I came from...how I came to roam, And leave my poor old mammy so far away from home. I used to court a girl thar, her name was Sally Black. I axed her if she'd marry...
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Southern California Quarterly, Volume 5

California, Southern - 1901
...popular among the Argonauts in the early '50*8 you may possibly detect in the stanzas I quote : "My name is Joe Bowers, I've got a brother Ike, I came from...how I came to roam, And leave my poor old mammy so far away from home. I used to court a girl thar, her name was Sally Black. I axed her if she'd marry...
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The Missourian

Eugene Percy Lyle - Mexico - 1905 - 519 pages
...his chant with an easy mind. And once more Missouri's revered saga echoed among the crags: "I come from old Missouri, Yes, all the way from Pike. I'll tell you why I left there, And why I came to roam And leave my poor old mammy, So far away from home." Then, the bard leading...
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Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of New Mexico and California

John Taylor Hughes, William Elsey Connelley, Dewitt Clinton Allen, Charles R. Morehead - California - 1907 - 670 pages
...drawing made tiy PB MrtVM.} JOE BOWERS, The Folk-Hero of the Argonauts. My name it is Joe Bowers. And I've got a brother Ike: I came from Old Missouri — Yes, all the way from Pike. Bowers was drawn after a man named Abner McElwee, "Who lived in Pike county, on Noix creek, about midway...
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Martha of California: A Story of the California Trail

James Otis - West (U.S.) - 1913 - 142 pages
...ones, who, their work being done, were now enjoying a time of rest. " My name it is Joe Bowers, And I've got a brother Ike. I came from old Missouri, Yes, all the way from Pike." NIGHT IN CAMP How Ellen and I enjoyed the supper on this first night of the journey ! Mother made sour-milk...
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Frémont and '49: The Story of a Remarkable Career and Its Relation to the ...

America - 1914 - 547 pages
...and never put up a cent, In the days of old, and the days of gold, and the days of '49." Another was "Joe Bowers": My name it is Joe Bowers, I've got a brother Ike, I'm bound for Californy, And I'm all the way from Pike. But in addition many good old English songs...
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Good Old-time Songs, Issue 3

Wehman bros., firm, publishers - 1914
...Fancy Ball. JOE BOWERS. My name Is Jne Bnwers; I've urot a brother Ike; I caint* f rmu old Missouri, all the way from Pike ; I'll tell you why I left thar, and why I came in roam. And leave iny poor old mammy so far away from home: I used to court a gal thar,...
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The Southern war poetry of the civil war

Esther Parker Ellinger - American literature - 1918 - 192 pages
...heard of that isle in Lake Erie, So guarded today—so unheeded before,"— Joseph Bowers: (Alsb.) "My name it is Joe Bowers; I've got a brother Ike, I come from old Missouri; yes, all the way from Pike:"— Joy, My Kentucky!: By Kentucky. (SOS) "Joy,...
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