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Camptown

In Lesotho, the capital of a district, which is the equivalent of a province.
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There sat the long-legged pauper, on his bed, in a very short shirt, and nothing more; he was dangling his legs contentedly back and forth, and wheezing the music of "Camptown Races" out of a paper-overlaid comb which he was pressing against his mouth; by him lay a new jewsharp, a new top, and solid india-rubber ball, a handful of painted marbles, five pounds of "store" candy, and a well-gnawed slab of gingerbread as big and as thick as a volume of sheet-music.
The incident happened around 8.45pm last night when Neil Gibson, of Willowford Farm, near Camptown, confronted a man and woman who he found looking around the yard.
Susanna," "Camptown Races" and "My Old Kentucky Home" were ones Lincoln really loved to hum.
There was always music in our house (singing and playing), so I don't have a definite memory of when it began, but I had the Fisher Price toy record player and my favourites were Jack & Jill, Au Claire De Lune, This Ol' Man and Camptown Races - all strong, definite melodies.
His songs include "Camptown Races," ''My Old Kentucky Home," ''Beautiful Dreamer" and "Old Folks at Home" (Swanee Song).
Better known as the Doo-Dah Variations, the hook-line from Foster's song Camptown Races, Wild packed in 20 variations in just over that number of minutes.
Horse racing infiltrated British song as early as the mid-i8oos (Camptown Races by Stephen Foster from 1850 or George Ridley's Blaydon Races from 1862).
* A 20,095 s/f industrial building located at 17 Camptown Road in Irvington, N.J.
It was 'Camptown Races.' I got up on the bench and played 'Camptown Races.'
And one could read Beyond the Shadow of Camptown: Korean Military Brides in America and learn about, from Yuh's interviews of sixteen Korean women, the historical, political, and gender forces that led them to meet and marry American servicemen; the complexities of their relationships with their white husbands and communities; and their struggles and strategies for resistance and survival within white families that attempted to erase their Koreanness.
As a figure embodying degraded femininity, commodified sexuality, as well as the shame of a subjugated nation, so-called camptown sex workers were abjected beings who seemed to exist outside the symbolic order of the nation, yet inevitably defined and problematized the order itself.
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