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Morning in Iowa: No. 1, This is the kinship and the brotherhood
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Morning in Iowa: No. 2, Mary Hilda was all New England
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Morning in Iowa: No. 3, American mountains, how they pull the heart
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Morning in Iowa: No. 4, The railroad crosses the pass between Raton
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Morning in Iowa: No. 5, It was an orange from Fernanda's hills
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Morning in Iowa: No. 6, He was a careful man, and wary
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Morning in Iowa: No. 7, The legand, or the river, led him South
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Morning in Iowa: No. 8, Mary worked in the corn
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Morning in Iowa: No. 9, So there was Kit in St. Louis
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Morning in Iowa: No. 10, Night of the cicadas
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Morning in Iowa: No. 11, This is the will and testament of youth
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Morning in Iowa: No. 12, But we forget the land
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Morning in Iowa: No. 13, The sun came up next day as a copper color
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Morning in Iowa: No. 14, A lonley girl can kiss away her heart
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Morning in Iowa: No. 15, This is the one, she wispered, that I love
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Morning in Iowa: No. 16, Iowa morning, shining in the light
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