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Hobo Stories

There is a fascination with the Hobo.  Who was he and why did he even exist.  At some periods the Hobo numbered in the millions.  Some of the history of the Hobo is pure fiction  other parts are exaggerated  and some of the hobo research and writings are professional and well thought out.  There are also a wealth of hobo reminiscences and auto biographies.

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Many sites are devoted to the Hobo and as I have organized this hobo section of vanished I have thought - how will it be different?

How do we create a site that is different from those who:

  • have a fasination with hobo"s and have done an excellant job in describing  the various aspects of Hobo life
  • or those who have taken a scholarly approuch and added much hard research that has resulted in solid professional history to explain hobo's and their way of life?

I think the answer lies in the over all purpose of this website which is to provide research, data, and Genealogical training to individuals interested in Family History.  The Hobo's after all had families and when they disappeared into the vastness of America and disappeared from most databases because they were drifters often looking for work they ceased to exist and those Hobo ancestors are often the brick wall that Genealogists run into when looking for family.

Terry Houghland
M.A Historical Museum Studies
University of New York



The writings of A-NO 1

"The famous Tramp"

by Leon Ray Livingston

Livingston was not poor but he was fasinated with being a Hobo himself back in the first decades of the 20th century.  His books will give you a  feeling for what it was like to be a Hobo.

Livingston Story one

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Out in the cold world and far away from home,
Some mother's boy is wandering all alone,
With no one to guide him or keep his footsteps right,
Some mother's boy is homeless tonight.

Oh, bring back to me my wandering boy,
For there is no other who's left to give me joy,
Tell him his mother, with faded cheeks and hair,
Is at the old home awaiting him there.

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