“In the Summer of Sixty”


"In the summer of sixty as you very well know The excitements at Pike's Peak was then all the go." The singer buys a ranch, but a miner jumps his claim. He gets into a crooked card game, loses all his money, and flees the area


  1. LPound-ABS, 89, pp. 189-190, "In the Summer of Sixty" (1 text)
  2. Roud #4978
  3. BI, LPnd189


Author: unknown
Earliest date: 1911
Found in: US(Ro)