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    Beaver Island was settled by Irish Immigrants and Bonner's parents were immigrants. Born in the 1890s, he grew up in a strongly Irish-influenced community and learned to play fiddle. Ivan Walton, a collector of Great Lakes folk material, recorded Bonner. About 80 tunes played by Bonner, biographical information and photos. Spiral-bound with acetate cover. 63 pp.
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Beaver Island was settled by Irish Immigrants and Bonner's parents were immigrants. Born in the 1890s, he grew up in a strongly Irish-influenced community and learned to play fiddle. Ivan Walton, a collector of Great Lakes folk material, recorded Bonner. About 80 tunes played by Bonner, biographical information and photos. Spiral-bound with acetate cover. 63 pp.

An Island of Fiddlers: Fiddle Tunes of Patrick Bonner, Beaver Island Michigan

compiled by Glenn Hendrix

SKU: 646-2

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Beaver Island was settled by Irish Immigrants and Bonner's parents were immigrants. Born in the 1890s, he grew up in a strongly Irish-influenced community and learned to play fiddle. Ivan Walton, a collector of Great Lakes folk material, recorded Bonner. About 80 tunes played by Bonner, biographical information and photos. Spiral-bound with acetate cover. 63 pp.
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Beaver Island was settled by Irish Immigrants and Bonner's parents were immigrants. Born in the 1890s, he grew up in a strongly Irish-influenced community and learned to play fiddle. Ivan Walton, a collector of Great Lakes folk material, recorded Bonner. About 80 tunes played by Bonner, biographical information and photos. Spiral-bound with acetate cover. 63 pp.