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Hoboes Expo2
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  • 1. HOBOES<br />
  • 2. Definition of the word HOBO<br />A hobois a migratoryworker or homeless vagabond, oftenpenniless. The termoriginated in the western probablynorthwester United States during the last decade of the 19th century. Unlike tramps, whoworkedonlywhentheywereforced to, and bums, whodidn&apos;tworkat all, hoboswereworkerswhowandered. Theytraveled by train<br />
  • 3. Famous people who were hoboes<br />Harry Kemp<br />Jack Kerouac<br />Harry McClintock<br />
  • 4. Hoboes travelled by train, wrote poems and song.<br />A Hobopoem:<br />« All around the water tank<br />Waitin’ for a train<br />I’m a thousand miles awayfrom home<br />Just a’standin’ in the rain »<br />
  • 5. There are 250 000 hoboes, in the united states<br />10 percent of them are<br /> girls<br />
  • 6. Reasons why teenagers left home<br />
  • 7. Teenagers lefttheir home because: -theywere a burden to theirfamilies, because of the greatdepression.<br /><ul><li>Itseemed a greatadventure</li></li></ul><li>NORMANROCKWELL<br />
  • 8. Biography<br />He wasborn in New York in 1894<br />At 14, Rockwell enrolled in art classes at The New York School of Art <br />Rockwell foundsuccessearly. He paintedhis first commission of four Christmas cardsbeforehissixteenthbirthday<br />In the 50s, he was considered as the most popular of artist Americans. He painted his triple auto portrait looking in a mirror<br />He died in 1978<br />
  • 9. Painting of a hobo by Normann Rockwell<br />
  • 10. This painting is the cover of a newspaper.<br />This painting is by Normann Rockwell, an American painter, itrepresents a man.<br />He iswearing an oldhat as well as a long, old and shabbycoat.<br />He’swearing pants withholes and he has a dog.<br />This man is cooking sausages in the streets<br />and he’s smoking the pipe.<br />So wecanconcludethis man is a homeless.<br />

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