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    • (Cold and Lonesome) On a Train

    • CTM-81; Rucker, Sparky; Folk Songs--Tennessee; Guitar Music--Tennessee; Afro-Americans; Music;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by Sparky Rucker and recorded at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-31-81.
    • (Unknown Tune)

    • Fiddle Tunes--North Carolina; Chrisawn, Welzie; (Unknown Tune);
    • Fiddle tune played by Welzie Chrisawn and recorded by Bruce Greene in Burnsville, North Carolina.
    • (Unknown Tune)

    • Fiddle Tunes--North Carolina; Chrisawn, Welzie; (Unknown Tune);
    • Fiddle tune played by Welzie Chrisawn and recorded by Bruce Greene in Burnsville, North Carolina.
    • 28th of January

    • Fiddle music
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack, accompanied by Carl K. Nestmann on acoustic bass guitar, Bob Buckingham on banjo, Todd Clewell on guitar, Suzanne C. Gates on bass, and Micah Dunn on mandolin at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West...
    • 28th of January

    • Fiddle music
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack accompanied by Bob Buckingham on banjo, Todd Clewell on guitar, and Amy Buckingham on bass at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 08-05-06.
    • 4th of July

    • Fiddle Tunes--Virginia; Krack, Jake; ;
    • Fiddle tune played by Jake Krack and accompanied by Nancy Sluys on banjo, Bill Sluys on bass, and Dara Krack on guitar, at the Old Fiddler's Convention, Galax, Virginia, 08-12-06.
    • 500 Hundred Miles

    • Banjo Music--North Carolina; Stalcup, J. Roy; ;
    • J. Roy Stalcup playing banjo, singing, and talking about banjo tunings and the sources of his repertoire. Recorded by Lee Knight at Martin's Creek, Cherokee County North Carolina on 3-13-79.
    • 8th of January

    • Fiddle music; Hood, James; ;
    • Fiddle tune played by James Hood and recorded by Bruce Greene in Allen County, Kentucky 3-21-74.
    • 8th of January

    • Fiddle music; Hood, James; ;
    • Fiddle tune played by James Hood and recorded by Bruce Greene in Allen County, Kentucky 3-21-74.
    • 8th of January

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Slone, Denny; ;
    • Tune played on banjo by Denny Slone and recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky 1973.
    • [Alabam]

    • Cumberland Valley Folk Music Reunion 1979; Harmon, Claude; Tri-County Mountaineers; Cumberland Valley folk Festival; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; [Alabam;]
    • Tune played by Claude Harmon and the Tri-County Mountaineers at the Cumberland Valley Folk festival in Barbourville', Kentucky.
    • [Amnesty Letter ID001] / [Abernathy, J. H.

    • Civil War
    • This letter was written by J. H. Abernathy to President Andrew Johnson in response to the President's Amnesty Proclamation of 29 May 1865. The writer indicates his county of residence as Caldwell Co. (North Carolina) and states his occupation as...
    • [Amnesty Letter ID002] / [Abernathy, R. L.

    • Civil War
    • This letter was written by R. L. Abernathy to President Andrew Johnson in response to the President's Amnesty Proclamation of 29 May 1865. The writer indicates his county of residence as Burke Co. (North Carolina) and does not states his...
    • [Amnesty Letter ID003] / [Absher, Wiley P.

    • Civil War
    • This letter was written by Wiley P. Absher to President Andrew Johnson in response to the President's Amnesty Proclamation of 29 May 1865. The writer indicates his county of residence as Wilkes Co. (North Carolina) and states his occupation as...
    • [Amnesty Letter ID004] / [Addington, James B.

    • Civil War
    • This letter was written by James B. Addington to President Andrew Johnson in response to the President's Amnesty Proclamation of 29 May 1865. The writer indicates his county of residence as Macon Co. (North Carolina) and states his occupation as...
    • [Amnesty Letter ID005] / [Akins, B. F.

    • Civil War
    • This letter was written by B. F. Akins to President Andrew Johnson in response to the President's Amnesty Proclamation of 29 May 1865. The writer indicates his county of residence as Transylvania Co. (North Carolina) and does not state his...

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