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    • Soldiers Joy

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Collins, Neal "Pop"; Soldiers Joy; Soldiers Joy;
    • Tune played on banjo by Neal "Pop" Collins and recorded by family members in Boyd County, Kentucky at various times during the 1970s.
    • Soldiers Joy

    • Miller, Walter; Dulcimer Music--West Virginia; Soldiers Joy;
    • Dulcimer tune played by Walter Miller of Nicholas County, West Virginia at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-29-93.
    • Soldiers Farewell

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Country Music--Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; Renfro Valley Barn Dance ; Baker Brothers; Baker, Bob; Baker, Jesse; Soldiers Farewell;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by Bob and Jesse Baker and recorded in Mount Vernon, Kentucky by Reuben Powell [1970s].
    • Soldiers Joy

    • Fiddle music; Taylor, Ulysses Grant; Soldiers Joy;
    • Fiddle tune played by Ulysses Grant Taylor and recorded by Will Sears in McCreary County, Kentucky 01-10-08.
    • Uncle Joe

    • AC-CT-242-001; Ballads--Kentucky; Uncle Joe [Soldiers Joy]; Ritchie, Jean;
    • Song sung by Jean Ritchie at a Berea College concert
    • Southern Soldiers

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; McMillon, Bobby; Southern Soldiers; CTM-85;
    • Performance at the 1985 Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music.
    • Soldiers Joy

    • Cumberland Valley Folk Festival; Cumberland Valley Folk Music Reunion 1979; Rice, Darlene; Happyland Travelers; Eaton, Hobart; Eaton, Johnny; Barnett, Hess; Soldiers Joy; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky;
    • Tune played by Hobart Eaton and the Happyland Travelers at the Cumberland Valley Folk Festival in Barbourville, Kentucky.
    • Soldiers Joy

    • Fiddle music; McNew, Walter; Soldiers Joy;
    • Fiddle tune played by Walter McNew with Bruce Greene and Steve Green on banjo and guitar in varrious combinations. Recorded by Steve Green in Rockcastle County, Kentucky 10-6-90.
    • Soldiers Joy

    • Fiddle music; Cable, Audley; Soldiers Joy;
    • Fiddle tune played by Audley Cable (Wolfe County, Kentucky) and recorded by Bruce Greene in Dade City, Florida 4-27-85.
    • Soldiers Joy

    • Fiddle music, Monday, Isham; Soldiers Joy;
    • 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.
    • Story of a Cherokee Family

    • Indians of North America
    • The author's retelling of a story passed down to him, dealing with the fate of a Cherokee Indian family and the subsequent desecration of their graves by U.S. soldiers.
    • 126th Wagon Company, 1933

    • military personnel; soldiers
    • This image of a company of soldiers was taken by the old depot of Pikeville, Kentucky in 1933. The name "Kirkpatrick, 619 W. (Wash?) Indpls," can be found on the bottom right corner of image
    • Southern Baptist Vacation Bible School

    • Baptist Training Union; Vacation Bible Schools; Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.
    • Pictured is the back of the new church building. The first service was held at 11:30 July, 4 by V.B.S. They marched in singing Onward Christia Soldiers and recited Psalm 100. E. Floyd Olive led in prayer. Mrs. Carroll had held the Saturday...
    • Confederate cemetery at Emory & Henry College

    • Cemeteries--Virginia--Washington County; Confederate Cemeteries--Virginia; Emory and Henry College Hospital (Washington County, Va)
    • Names and units of those Confederate soldiers who died while being treated at the hospital during the Civil War. James A. Davis was one of three faculty members who remained at the College during the war.
    • Cedar Mountain on Runnet Bag (talking)

    • Interviews; Storytelling; Interviews;
    • Wayne Bowman speaks with an unidentified woman about mountain life in general and tells some tales about a mountain in Franklin County with a cave system where Civil War soldiers have hidden. She also tells about the DeHart Hole.
    • Cedar Mountain, father teaching (talking)

    • Interviews; Storytelling; Interviews;
    • Wayne Bowman speaks with an unidentified woman about some tales about a mountain in Franklin County with a cave system where Civil War soldiers have hidden. Her father was a school teacher in the community.

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