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Florida for Tourists Invalids And Settlers Containing Practical Information R

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Florida for Tourists Invalids And Settlers Containing Practical Information R
George M Barbour
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Meals over, the fun began. Musical instruments, con- sisting mainly of banjoes, fiddles, and guitars, began thrum- ming everywhere ; soon a jig would strike up, all the feet (such feet !) would begin beating time, and before very long some dancer would bound forward and commence a shuffle, perhaps two or three others joining in, and keep it up until they dropped from sheer exhaustion. And the sing- ing, especially after sunset, was always a noticeable feature, frequently quite fine. When two or
... three voices start joined in one of their countless melodies, like nothing heard elsewhere it is very attractive. Generally all hands in camp would join in the chorus ; and when heard a little dis- tance off through the pine-woods, it was strangely beauti- ful and often solemnly sweet.
As a class, the genuine, pure blacks are always the best laborers ; they work hardest, most willingly, honestly, and efficiently, always performing the most labor in a day, and making least trouble to the foremen and officers.


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