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Apr 15, 2021

[Answer] “Peter, Peter ___ eater, had a wife but couldn’t keep her”

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...“He put her in a pumpkin shell and there he kept her very well…” This strange nursery rhyme about Peter keeping his wife in a pumpkin has been a longtime favorite in the U.S., dating back to 1825 in Boston. It was first published in “Mother Goose’s Quarto,” but its origins are unclear. Some researchers point to a 19th-century Scottish song that was later adapted in the U.S. to use pumpkins in the lyrics (pumpkins were not popular in Scotland).




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Pumpkin:


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