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Pete Seeger 1919 - 2014
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Pete Seeger

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July 06, 2014
While teaching with the Urban Teachers Corps in The D.C. Public Schools in 1968-1969, I used one of Pete Seeger's songs with my class as it told about the urban area problems that residents faced. It was a theme for my SE Washington class and instrumental for discussion of living in a poor area of the city.
May 17, 2014
To the family,

Pete was one of my heroes and I have two pictures of him on my bedroom walls, one of them just above my bed. When I can't get to sleep at night, I sometimes imagine that he's singing "Turn, Turn, Turn" to me. May he be forever an inspiration to many people.
May 16, 2014
Pete Seeger's music transcended all races, ages, people, and tongues. Its message of peace and justice for all remained pertinent and powerful throughout his life. May the promise of a peaceful and just world soon become our reality, and it is my desire that Pete and I will be fortunate enough to see it.
March 31, 2014
I met Pete in 1973 at a concert in Winnipeg, when some of us SCM'ers got to go backstage and sing with him! He was one of our inspirations for social justice work, and a key influence in my life. In 1980, when my son was almost 4, he found Pete's 'Learn to Play Guitar' record library, took it out for weeks, played it all day long, and taught himself the basics of guitar playing! Thanks to Pete for the best start to his education, for the great music over the years, and for showing several generations the way to live their beliefs. Condolences to Pete's family, may your memories of him sustain you. Peace and hugs
March 18, 2014
Thank you Pete for your letters and you gift,your book.your music is so marvellous.we miss you
February 28, 2014
I remember Mika from 'Singing In The Rain', UCLA days c. 1965-66 and my sons fell asleep listening to your Father's music when they were toddlers. His music will live forever in the hearts of many. Condolences to your family.
February 23, 2014
Well may the world go, the world go now you're far away. We've dusted of the banjo and guitar and your songs live on! Bill and Jackie
February 21, 2014
CONDOLENCE TO THE FAMILY SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS....
February 12, 2014
Aloha,thank-you for sing along songs fun make us smile pops enjoyed your songs too j;5 mahalo my friend
February 05, 2014
Thank you Pete for providing the music I grew up listening to during our dinner time. My parents loved your music and luckily I do too.

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