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The Roving Newfoundlander

Roud Folksong Index (S220296)
First Line: As I was setting in my homestead one day
Source: Doyle, Old-Time Songs of Newfoundland (1955 edn.) p.71
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Roud No: 6362
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The Roving Newfoundlanders

Roud Folksong Index (S220299)
First Line: As I was setting in my homestead one day while all alone
Source: Doyle, Old-Time Songs & Poetry of Newfoundland (1940 edn.) p.55
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Roud No: 6362
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We Love the Name of Texas

Roud Folksong Index (S224987)
First Line: We love the name of Texas, she is our Lone Star state#
Source: Moore, Ballads & Folk Songs of the Southwest pp.302-303
Performer: Risinger, Robert R.
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Collector: Moore, Ethel & Chauncey O.
Roud No: 6362
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The Roving Newfoundlanders

Roud Folksong Index (S220298)
First Line: As I was setting in my homestead one day while all alone
Source: Greenleaf & Mansfield, Ballads & Sea Songs of Newfoundland (1933) pp.369-370
Performer: Endacott, Thomas
Date: 1929
Collector: Greenleaf, E.B. / G.Y. Mansfield
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: Homestead all alone : Wherever you go : Find a Newfoundland man

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The Roving Newfoundlander

Roud Folksong Index (S392666)
First Line: While sitting all alone . . .
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 68-16 / tape C491
Performer: Rice, Dick / Rice, Ned
Date: 1968 (5 Jan)
Collector: O'Brien, Andrew
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: Narrator thinks of the Newfoundlanders who have emigrated. They are the ""pride of every nation"".

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The Lad From Newfoundland

Roud Folksong Index (S391547)
First Line: While sitting all alone
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 68-16 / tape C491 / counter 088
Performer: Rice, Dick / or Rice, Ned
Date: 1968 (5 Jan)
Collector: O'Brien, Andrew
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: Narrator tells of the places where Newfoundland men have travelled

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The Roving Newfoundlander

Roud Folksong Index (S392665)
First Line: . . .was sitting there alone
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 73-182 / tape C-1628 / counter 003
Performer: Rossiter, Patrick
Date: 1973 (Jul)
Collector: Stapleton, Terrence
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: A tribute to Newfoundland men who travel the world. Tells of their bravery in the South African campaign. Reference to Cape Breton and to Jacob's Well, Vancouver.

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The Roving Newfoundlanders

Roud Folksong Index (S392668)
First Line: Sitting in my homestead one day when all alone
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 78-264 / MS p.96
Performer: Kennedy, Clarence
Date: 1978
Place: Canada : Nova Scotia : Cape Breton Island : Sydney
Collector: MacEachern, Ronald
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: Everywhere you go, you'll find a Newfoundlander. They have sailed throughout the world. Out in Cobalt, one of his comrades fell in the mines, aged 21, on the eighteenth of January.

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The Roving Newfoundlander

Roud Folksong Index (S392664)
First Line: As I sat in my homestead
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 76-305 / MS p.p. 5 of appendix
Performer: McCarthy, Justin
Date: 1976 (31 Mar)
Collector: Coffin, Joan Lorraine
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: Account of the travels, for various reasons, of Newfoundlanders. Suggests that the ""boys"" can be found all over the world. Mentions the death of a friend in a mine in Cobalt, and concludes by saying he is Andrew Kennedy from Harbour Grace.

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The Roving Newfoundlander

Roud Folksong Index (S392667)
First Line: Sitting on my old homestead one day when all alone
Source: Memorial University Folklore Archive (MUNFLA) (St. John's, Newfoundland) acc. 78-239 / tape C35753 / counter 450
Performer: McGrath, Dinny
Date: 1978 (30 Jul)
Place: Canada : Newfoundland : Patrick's Cove
Collector: Goldstein, Kenneth S. / O'Hara, Aidan
Roud No: 6362
Subjects: Newfoundlanders are to be found all over the world; they have crossed the Nile, climbed the Alma and gone to Vancouver. They fished the Northern Ice flow and the Grand Banks. They have mined in Cuba - where one of the narrator's comrades fell at the age of 21. The narrator himself is a roving Newfoundlander from Harbour Grace.

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