A Irish style tune written in Boston in 1858. Quindaro was an abolitionist town founded in Kansas in 1857. It was named after the wife of one of the founders, a Wyandotte Indian and supposedly means "bunch of little sticks," which was spun by the abolitionists to mean "in Union there is strength."

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Comment by Mike "Ormepipes" Orme on April 18, 2012 at 21:34

I thought I'd already commented on this, but apparently not! - Yet another delightful little tune and very well played Mark (as usual!!). I've never heard this one before and I've therefore been missing out! Thanks for sharing this, much appreciated.

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