“Loading Pulp at Georgetown”


"I'll tell you how we load the pulp." The loading crew is named we are told how "they like to dine at Mrs Clay." "It is a very dangerous job." Pulp is poor at low price in 1953 and 1954 but "but the wages isn't bad"


  1. Dibblee/Dibblee, pp. 100-101, "Loading Pulp at Georgetown" (1 text, 1 tune)
  2. Roud #12452
  3. BI, Dib100


Author: Joe Trainor
Earliest date: 1973 (Dibblee/Dibblee)
Keywords: lumbering nonballad
Found in: Canada(Mar)