Ballads Of A Cheechako

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2004 - Fiction - 136 pages
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1909. Service, the celebrated bard of the Yukon, is most remembered for his tales of The Shooting of Dan McGrew, The Cremation of Sam McGee, The Harpy, The Spell of the Yukon. During WWI he worked as a stretcher bearer and ambulance driver with the Ambulance Corps of the American Red Cross. Contents: To the Man of the High North; Men of the High North; The Ballad of the Northern Lights; The Ballad of the Black Fox Skin; The Ballad of Pious Pete; The Ballad of Blasphemous Bill; The Ballad of One-Eyed Mike; The Ballad of the Brand; The Ballad of Hard-Luck Henry; The Man from ElDorado; My Friends; The Prospector; The Black Sheep; The Telegraph Operator; The Wood-Cutter; The Song of the Mouth-Organ; The Trail of Ninety-Eight; The Ballad of Gum-Boot Ben; Clancy of the Mounted Police; Lost; and L'Envoi. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

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