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Josiah Flynt
Flynt writes about the "railroad life" led by tramps and robbers. He points out that this is a uniquely American phenomenon, and nowhere in Europe has he witnessed such a close relationship between vagrancy and railroads.
Their Wails of Woe Must Often Be Veritable Works of Arts
Josiah Flynt
In this special report to the Los Angeles Times, Flynt reveals different strategies tramps employ while begging for food and shelter.
Josiah Flynt
This article by Flynt concentrates on a tramp's primary means of transportation: the railroads. Flynt gives an account of a conversation he had with a railroad executive about the tramp problem. He also goes into detail about the centrality of rail-riding in a tramp's day-to-day life.
Josiah Flynt
Flynt writes about the hierarchy and structure within the homeless or "tramp" community in the late nineteenth century. In this article, he gives detailed accounts of what he calls "clubs" or groups of homeless, from different parts of the country, and how they interact.
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