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Unfrequented paths

songs of nature, labor and men
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James H. West Company , Boston
Statementby George E. McNeill
The Physical Object
Pagination115 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24179661M
OCLC/WorldCa5915637

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Biography Early years. George Edwin McNeill was born August 4,in Amesbury, l worked in various Amesbury textile mills from childhood, going to work in the Amesbury Woolen Company at the age of ten.

This lead McNeill to participation in an strike, when he was a boy of just Strikers demanded a shortening of the working day to 10 Born: August 4,Amesbury, Massachusetts. McNeill, George E. (George Edwin), Unfrequented paths: songs of nature, labor and men / (Boston: James H.

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