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    • Bunker Hill Camp Meeting

    • Camp meetings; Evangelistic work; Methodist Episcopal Church South-Holston Conference; Methodist Church-Tennessee-History; Methodist Church-Southern States-History
    • A Methodist camp meeting that took place at Bunker Hill in Hawkins County, Tennessee
    • Lincoln Day celebration; Impromptu orchestra; Lyceum number.

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Brown, Fred F.; Howard, Mary Giles; National Woman's Relief Corps (U.S.); Morland, J. W.; Cox, Walter I. -- 1866-1930.; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Anniversaries, etc.; Lincoln...
    • The article: "Lincoln Day celebration" relates to the Lincoln Day program at Lincoln Memorial University on February 12, [1925]. Dr. Fred F. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Knoxville, delivered the main address at the event. Two other...
    • Chicken, The [With Story]

    • Fraley Family Festival; Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Chicken Song; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played by Bill Williams during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Billy In the Low Ground

    • Fraley Family Festival; Williams, Bill; Lozier, John; African American Music--Kentucky; Billy In the Low Ground; Harmonica Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played by Bill Williams and John Lozier during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Slippin' Around

    • Fraley Family Festival; Williams, Bill; Slippin' Around; Lozier, John; Harmonica Music--Kentucky; African American Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played by Bill Williams and John Lozier during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Fox Chase

    • Fraley Family Festival; Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Lozier, John; Fox Chase; Harmonica Music--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played by John Lozier and Bill Williams during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Frankie & Johnny

    • Fraley Family Festival; Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Frankie and Johnny; Guitar Music--Kentucky;
    • Song played by Bill Williams during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Worried Blues

    • Fraley Family Festival; Williams, Bill; African American Music--Kentucky; Worried Blues; Guitar Music--Kentucky
    • Song played by Bill Williams during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Shady Grove

    • Fraley Family Festival; Martin, Asa; Cumberland Rangers; Shady Grove;
    • Song played by Asa Martin & the Cumberland Rangers during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Hot Corn Cold Corn

    • Fraley Family Festival; Martin, Asa; Cumberland Rangers; Hot Corn Cold Corn;
    • Song played by Asa Martin & the Cumberland Rangers during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Little Birdie

    • Fraley Family Festival; Martin, Asa; Cumberland Rangers; Little Birdie;
    • Song played by Asa Martin & the Cumberland Rangers during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • My Old Kentucky Home

    • Fraley Family Festival; Martin, Asa; Cumberland Rangers; My Old Kentucky Home; Musical Saw;
    • Song played on musical saw by Asa Martin & the Cumberland Rangers during the Fraley Family Reunion and Festival of Traditional Music in Carter County, Kentucky in August 1973.
    • Christmas Eve

    • Fiddle music, Monday, Isham; Christmas Eve;
    • Fiddle tune played by Isham Monday and recorded by D.K. Wilgus in Monroe County, Kentucky, July, August, and November 1959 for the Western Kentucky University Folklore Archive.
    • Going Across the Sea

    • Fiddle music, Monday, Isham; Going Across the Sea;
    • Fiddle tune played by Isham Monday and recorded by D.K. Wilgus in Monroe County, Kentucky, July, August, and November 1959 for the Western Kentucky University Folklore Archive.
    • Nancy Dawson

    • Fiddle music, Monday, Isham; Nancy Dawson;
    • Fiddle tune played by Isham Monday and recorded by D.K. Wilgus in Monroe County, Kentucky, July, August, and November 1959 for the Western Kentucky University Folklore Archive.

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