In the book, Hobos I Have Known, I focused on the men who travelled through the rural East Hants area of Nova Scotia during the Great Depression of the 1930’s. More Hobo Stories goes farther afield in the search for the adventures of these itinerant travellers.
We venture into the towns and cities and away from the farm life in some of these stories. The men were still looking for a meal, but often those feeding them didn’t have the benefit of a farm to provide the food. Still the need to help was there.
The final story in this book has nothing to do with the Hobos. Most houses during this period were still serviced with the little, red shack out back. Who knew what all was involved in deciding how and where to build these places. Enjoy.
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