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He was the second son.
1. He was born on July 14, 1912 in Okemah, Oklahoma.
2. His mom was Nora Belle Guthrie.
3. His dad was Charles Guthrie.
4. In 1931, Woody left for Texas..
5. In the town of Pampa, he fell in love with Mary Jennings.
6. Woody and Mary were married in 1933.
7. He arrived in California in 1937, and got a job at KFVD radio, singing “old-time” traditional songs as well as some original songs..
8. After the increase in fan Woody could afford to bring his struggling family to New York to enjoy his new found success.
9. After a year his contract expired then Woody moved his family back to Pampa, Texas.
10. In his lifetime, he wrote nearly 3,000 song lyrics, had two novels, artworks, authored numerous published and unpublished manuscripts, poems, prose, and plays and hundreds of letters and news article.
“California is a garden of Eden, a paradise to live in or see, But believe it or not, you won't find it so hot If you ain't got the do re mi”
“Yes, as through this world I've wandered I've seen lots of funny men; Some will rob you with a six-gun, And some with a fountain pen”
The Legacy of Woody Guthrie
1. 1912 July 14 Born in Okemah, Oklahoma. 2. 1919 May Death of older sister, Clara, in fire. 3. 1930 Death of mother. 4. 1933 Married Mary Jennings, Pampa, Texas (later divorced). 5. 1940 January-February Moved to New York City; wrote This Land Is Your Land in reaction to Irving Berlin's God Bless America.
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it was alright but you need your paragraphs 1 and 2 but it has pretty good music wat u picked.