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    James McIntyre
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James McIntyre (baptised 25 May 1828 – 31 March 1906), called The Cheese Poet, was a Canadian poet. McIntyre was born in Forres, Scotland, and came to Canada in 1851 at the age of 24.

James McIntyre (baptised 25 May 1828 – 31 March 1906), called The Cheese Poet, was a Canadian poet. He worked as a hired hand to begin with, performing pioneer chores that formed the basis of a number of his works. Later, he settled in St. Catharines, Ontario, where he dealt in furniture. There he married and had a daughter and son.

Poems of James McIntyre (1889). In recent years a volume of his work, Oh! Queen of Cheese: Selections from James McIntyre, the Cheese Poet (ed. Roy A Abramson; Toronto: Cherry Tree, 1979) collected his poems together with a variety of cheese recipes and anecdotes.

168 poems of James McIntyre. McIntyre was born in Forres, Scotland and came to Canada in 1841 at the age of 14. He worked as a hired hand to begin with, performing pioneer chores that formed the basis of a number of his works

168 poems of James McIntyre  .

Poems of James McIntyre - James McIntyre. Fair Canada is our Theme, Land of rich cheese, milk and cream. Ingersoll: Published at the office of the chronicle. Registered, according to Act of Parliament, in the year 1884, by. JAMES McINTYRE, In the Office of the Minister of Agriculture. JAMES McINTYRE, Ingersoll, Ont. Short extracts from poems and letters received by the author.

James McIntyre (baptised May 25, 1828 - March 31, 1906) was a Canadian poet, who has been called "The Cheese Poet" and "The Chaucer of Cheese. McIntyre was born in Forres, Scotland. He came to Canada in 1841 at the age of 14, and worked as a hired hand, performing pioneer chores that formed the basis of a number of his works. Catharines, Upper Canada (now Ontario), where he dealt in furniture.

The most famous was Poems of James McIntyre (1889). Before that, there was 1884's Musings on the banks of the Canadian Thames, which included poems about local Canadian and British subjects, and musings on the great poets of England, Ireland, Scotland, and America, as well as the wars of Victoria’s reign.

James McIntyre was a Scottish-born, Canadian poet who became well known as The Cheese Poet due to the fact . Five years later his Poems of James McIntyre was published which contained a great deal of work on his pet subject: cheese, and other dairy products of course.

James McIntyre was a Scottish-born, Canadian poet who became well known as The Cheese Poet due to the fact that he lived in, and wrote about, that area of the country famous for its dairy produce. His work was often met with derision but he was never discouraged from writing, despite a lack of genuine literary talent.

James McIntyre, minstrel performer, vaudeville and theatrical actor, and a partner in the famous blackface tramp comedy duo act McIntyre and Heath. Know another great poem from JAMES MCINTYRE? Don't keep it to yourself!

James McIntyre, minstrel performer, vaudeville and theatrical actor, and a partner in the famous blackface tramp comedy duo act McIntyre and Heath. Know another great poem from JAMES MCINTYRE? Don't keep it to yourself!

Poems of James McIntyre. Author: McIntyre, James. Note: Ingersoll, ON: Office of the Chronicle, 1889.

Poems of James McIntyre.

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