Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack. George Calvin Carter.
Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack
Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack
Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack
Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack
Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack

Walter Kitteridge the Minstrel of Merrimack

Rumford Press, Concord, New Hampshire, (1953). Rumford Press, Concord, New Hampshire, 1953. SIGNEDBY AUTHOR. Cloth/Blue Boards. Foreword by former New Hampshire Governor, Hugh Gregg. Born in Merrimack, New Hampshire, the tenth of eleven children, Kittredge was a talented self-taught musician who played the seraphine, the melodeon (types of reed-like organs), and the violin. Kittredge toured solo and with the Hutchinson Family, a musical troupe. Over his career he wrote over 500 songs, many of them dealing with themes of the American Civil War. His most famous song, Tenting on the Old Camp Ground, also known as "Tenting Tonight", was sung by both sides of the war and is known throughout the world. Kittredge had offered. Very Good / No Dj. Item #788

Rumford Press, Concord, New Hampshire, 1953. SIGNED BY AUTHOR. Very Good, tight, clean colors and text vibrant, small brown spot back of cover. NO DJ.

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