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" I met more women driving teams on the road and saw more at work in the fields than men. They seem to have said to their husbands in the language of a favorite song, "Just take your gun and go; For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe! "
Annals of Cleveland - Página 505
por United States. Work Projects Administration (Ohio) - 1937
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Lyrics of loyalty, arranged and edited by F. Moore, Volumen65

Frank Moore - 1864
...the corn upon the stalks, John, Potatoes on the hill, And the pumpkins on the vines, John — I '11 gather them with a will. But take your gun and go,...Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe. I 've heard my grandsire tell, John, (He fought at Bunker Hill,) How he counted all his life and wealth...
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The Pilgrims of Iowa

Truman Orville Douglass - 1911 - 422 páginas
...fields, than men. They seem to have said to their husbands, in the language of a favorite song: "Just take your gun and go, For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe." Father Chauncey Taylor resigned a son to the service and to death, "for the love of a country, united...
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Some Economic Aspects of War: A Lecture Delivered Before the Army War ...

Henry Crosby Emery, United States. War Department - 1914 - 24 páginas
...their places on the farms. The situation was well expressed by the popular verse of the times: Just take your gun and go, For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe. The truly surprising feature of this agricultural expansion was not that the increased production was...
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History of Fayette County, Ohio: Her People, Industries and Institutions

Frank M. Allen - 1914 - 756 páginas
...were fully as enthusiastic as the men. With the poet, they declared. "Then take your gun and go! Yes, take your gun and go, For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe." The record shows that up to March 10, 1864, there had been sent from the various townships of Fayette...
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History of the Civil War, 1861-1865

James Ford Rhodes - 1917 - 454 páginas
...fields than men. They seem to have said to their husbands in the language of a favorite song, 'Just take your gun and go ; For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe.' " 1 v' Many of the immigrants went west. They were tempted by the ease and cheapness with which land...
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History of the Civil War, 1861-1865

James Ford Rhodes - 1917 - 454 páginas
...fields than men. They seem to have said to their husbands in the language of a favorite song, 'Just take your gun and go ; For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe.' " l Many of the immigrants went west. They were tempted by the ease and cheapness with which land could...
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The Chronicles of America Series

1918
...fields than men. They seem to have said to their husbands in the language of a favorite song, "Just take your gun and go; For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe! " I went first to Clarinda, and the town seemed deserted. Upon inquiry for former friends, the frequent...
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND THE UNION A CHRONICLE OF THE EMBATTLED NORTH

NATHANIEL W. STEPHENSON - 1921
...fields than men. They seem to have said to their husbands in the language of a favorite song, "Just take your gun and go; For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe!" I went first to Clarinda, and the town seemed deserted. Upon inquiry for former friends, the frequent...
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Abraham Lincoln and the Union: A Chronicle of the Embattled North

Nathaniel Wright Stephenson - 1918 - 272 páginas
...seem to have said to their husbands in the language of a favorite song, "Just take your gun and go; .7 For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe! " I went first to Clarinda, and the town seemed deserted. Upon inquiry for former friends, the frequent...
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History of Our Country: For Higher Grades

Reuben Post Halleck - 1923 - 534 páginas
...in the fields. They seem to have said to their husbands, in the language of a favorite song: ' 'Just take your gun and go, For Ruth can drive the oxen, John, And I can use the hoe.' " In both the North and the South women raised money for the wounded and gave their services as nurses....
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