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Sam Duffie Hinton March 31, — September 10, was an American folk singer and marine biologistbest known for his music and harmonica playing. Hinton also taught at the University of Sam Hinton - Whoever Shall Have Some Peanuts , San Diegopublished books and magazine articles on marine biologyand worked as a calligrapher and artist.
Sam Hinton was born March 31, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Leaving college, he moved to Washington D. While in Washington he and his two sisters Ann and Nell formed a semi-professional singing group called "The Texas Trio," and performed locally.
In the group visited New York City to win a Major Bowes' Amateur Hour competition, at which time he was invited to join the travelling Bowes troupe as a single act. Despite his professional Steve Roach - Atmospheric Conditions (File, Album), he has continued performing throughout his life. None of Hinton's musical projects distracted him from his academic duties, however, and from onward he taught Sam Hinton - Whoever Shall Have Some Peanuts courses in biology and folklore; for the National Education Television network, he also hosted a part series on folk music, and for several years even wrote a regular newspaper column, "The Ocean World," for the San Diego Union.
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