Tales of the iron road: my life as king of the hobos

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Paragon House, Mar 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 222 pages
The author recounts the thirty years he spent as a hobo traveling around the U.S., and discusses hobo lore and customs

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More like the gypsy than the homeless drifter, the hobo is truly a character of unique attraction, though representing a socially unacceptable way of life. Closely aligned with America's system of ... Read full review

Contents

A Lonesome Time
1
Was It Hoeboy or Hibo?
12
My First Adventure
26
Copyright

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