“The Winter of '73 (McCullam Camp)”


In 1873, the singer takes a job at Snowball's mill in Miramichi. A few weeks later, the mill closes, and he sets out for Indiantown. He meets some portagers, who bring him to McCullam's camp, where he has many adventures too complex to describe here

Historical references

  • 1873 - Larry Gorman left home for Miramichi

Cross references


  1. Doerflinger, pp. 214-215, "The Winter of '73 (McCullam Camp)" (1 text, 1 tune)
  2. Ives-NewBrunswick, pp. 36-39, "The Winter of Seventy-Three" (1 text, 1 tune)
  3. Manny/Wilson 49, "The Winter of '73 (McCullam Camp)" (1 text, 1 tune)
  4. DT, WINTER73
  5. Roud #1942
  6. BI, Doe214


Author: Larry Gorman
Earliest date: 1949
Found in: Canada(Mar)