Kittredge, Walter, 1834-1905

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Walter Kittredge was born in Merrimack, N.H. in 1834 and in 1861 married Annie E. Fairfield of New Boston, N.H. He was a poet and song composer who traveled the country singing his own songs. Kittredge died in 1905. (Source: New York Times, July 9, 1905, obituary).

From the description of Tenting on the old campground, 1901. (New Hampshire Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 173781241

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From the description of Letter of Walter Kittredge, 1877. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71009957

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creatorOf Kittredge, Walter, 1834-1905. Tenting on the old camp ground. Dartmouth College Library
creatorOf Kittredge, Walter, 1834-1905. Letter of Walter Kittredge, 1877. Library of Congress
creatorOf Kittredge, Walter, 1834-1905. Tenting on the old campground, 1901. New Hampshire Historical Society Library
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Songs
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Popular music--19th century--Texts
Camping--Texts
United States--History--1861-1865, Civil War--Songs--Texts
Songs--19th century--Texts
War songs--19th century--Texts
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Birth 1834-10-08

Death 1905-07-08

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