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The brave engineer, the brave engineer, Forget not the dangers of the engineer [first line of chorus]



Written For And Sung With Immense Success By Mr. Fred W. Oakland, The Popular Tenor of Primrose and West's Minstrels.

Topics: Portraits, Railroad employees, Courage, Accidents, Death
Publisher: Hitchcock and McCargo Publishing Company, 385 Sixth Ave. Above 23d St.
Year: 1891
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