The Gandy Dancers: Work Songs From The American Railroad
By 1910 the railroads employed 1,699,420 Americans. They were conductors, brakemen, firemen, engineers, porters, telegraphers, switchmen and section gangs. Some of the hardest workers were the section gangs. One group called Gandy Dancers, sang songs that helped keep them working together to straighten the tracks.
Author Vanita Oelschlager, soft cover.SKU: 1220