Definition of Hobo camp
1. Noun. A place where hoboes camp.
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Literary usage of Hobo camp
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventure Guide to the Pacific Northwest by Don Young, Marjorie Young (1999)
"No camping is allowed, however, along South Side Road in the Susan River Canyon west of hobo camp, and unless authorized, camping also is prohibited at or ..."
2. Free Speech for Radicals by Theodore Albert Schroeder (1916)
"A round-up was prepared for, but it was later discovered that this typical hobo camp was that of a number of boy scouts. Los Angeles organized a Free Speech ..."
3. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"In the hobo camp Janet finds her boy, only to lose him, and in Blackie she recognizes the boy's father, whose desertion years before has left her to rear ..."
4. The Casual Laborer, and Other Essays: And Other Essays by Carleton Hubbell Parker (1920)
"With a stake of $10 he will retire to a hobo camp beside some stream, his "jungle," as the road vernacular has it, and adding his daily quarter or half a ..."
5. The Plea of the Toiler: Factors of Interest Coincident with this æon of by Levi Griffin Meushaw (1904)
"... front on the road has biased the incipient wayward from hitting the pike and becoming a permanent Sadducee to society is adorning the hobo camp. ln the ..."
6. Life and Adventures of A--no. 1, America's Most Celebrated Tramp by Leon Ray Livingston (1910)
"... which can happen to no other class of human being but the homeless, wandering tramp, and I will publish these tinder the title of "Hobo- Camp-Fire-Tales ..."