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HOME ON THE RANGE - Original 1873 Lyrics, Tom Roush

[Victrola plays HOME ON THE RANGE - Original 1873 Lyrics, Tom Roush. 5 minutes w/ pictures from the 1870 era.

Remind yourself about how our country grew healthy... See again where we come from in the hope that you will see better where we are going. Here is a beautiful serenade from 1873. Pictographs from this bygone era are shown. We are well & graceful.

Let not the current state of money & politics get you down. We all share a beautiful home. A home on the range.

Let us till & toil in deed & faith. Many hands for much work. Support Doctor Ron Paul. Help him bring in our harvest.

Thank you for what you do for Ron Paul & our country. Tis beautiful each step.

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Thanks for the trip back in time...

Life seemed so much simpler then...
but the truly important things never change...
Home, family, friends, and eternal hope for good things to come.

lGood things happen... when I least suspect it.

I have fond memories of 1873. Ah to be young.... [Sigh.]

_______ The Gilded Age, Mark Twain, et al _______
------- 1873. Mark Twain Venture on a New Course -------
After traveling to Europe for a lecture series, Twain experienced a turning point in his career. Twain's newest novel, The Gilded Age, written in collaboration with Charles Dudley Warner, was published in 1873. The novel is about the 1800s era of corruption and exploitation at the expense of public welfare. The Gilded Age was Twain's first extended work of fiction and marked him in the literary world as an author rather than a journalist.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Beautiful song

I grew up on a farm in Kansas,out in the middle of nowhere
in the 50's.Went to a 2 room school where 2 teachers taught
8 grades and they did a darn good job.There was 1 outhouse for
everyone.2 women cooked wonderful meals for our lunches for a few pennies and we ate together as a family.We went to square
dances at the grange hall.The grownups danced and us kids
just ran around and had fun.Life was tough at time but those were the best days of my life.