04:22 PM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 01/28/2014 11:00AM
Folk singer Pete Seeger died on Monday at the age of 94, leaving behind dozens of protest standards and a lifelong commitment to social justice.
He also leaves behind a Twitter account.
From October 2012 up to a few weeks before his death, Seeger dispensed history lessons, aphorisms and folksy jokes on his @Peter_Seeger account. You probably didn't follow Seeger – he only had a few thousand followers, and may have preferred it that way. But while you remember his legacy, take a few minutes to enjoy some of his greatest wisdom in 140-character packages. As he was fond of saying, "The world will be solved by millions of small things."
Originally posted 01/28/2014 02:30AM
Pete Seeger, the banjo-picking troubadour who sang for migrant workers, college students and star-struck presidents in a career that introduced generations of Americans to their folk music heritage, died on Monday at the age of 94.
Originally posted 07/11/2013 11:15AM
Toshi Seeger, the wife of folk singer Pete Seeger for 70 years, has died. She was 91.
Longtime family friend Thom Wolke says Toshi Seeger died Tuesday night at the couple's home in Beacon in New York's Hudson Valley, about 65 miles north of New York City. The cause of death was not immediately known.
Pete and Toshi Seeger were married July 20, 1943. The couple built their cabin in Beacon after World War II and have stayed on the high spot of land by the Hudson River ever since. They raised three children.
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