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    • Native Mountaineers

    • Indians of North America
    • The author's description of a visit to the Cherokee Indians of Graham, Jackson, Swain, and Cherokee Counties of Western North Carolina.
    • The Seal 1917

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Tusculana 1932

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Do Not Pass Me Gentle Savior

    • Singing; Spirituals; Radio; Guitars;
    • Betty Jane King, Henry Bud Carter, Dewey Hill, and Doug Flemming sing a Christian gospel song. Doug is playing the electric guitar, and Dewey is playing bass. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB...
    • Jesus Don't Pass Me By

    • Accordions; Singing; ;
    • John Tolliver plays a hymn on the accordion. Hiawatha Giles is also present and can be heard singing. John is visiting his family in Nelson County. He has moved to Washington D.C. John and his cousin, Frank, learned accordion from their uncle,...
    • Pass Me Not, Gentle Savior

    • Accordions; ; Spirituals; Singing;
    • Frank Tolliver plays the accordion and sings a hymn. Hiawatha Giles is also present and plays the accordion later. They live in Nelson County, Virginia, where this takes place. Frank and his cousin, John, learned their accordion style from their...
    • Pass Me Not Gentle Savior

    • Accordions; ; Spirituals;
    • Hiawatha Giles plays a tune on the accordion and sings a hymn. Frank Tolliver is also present. They live in Nelson County, Virginia, where this takes place. Frank and his cousin, John, learned their accordion style from their uncle, Frank...
    • Pioneers / [unknown].  In Mountain herald / Lincoln Memorial University.

    • Boone, Daniel -- 1734-1820.; Cumberland Gap (Ky. and Va.) -- History.; Cumberland Gap (Tenn.) -- History.; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.)
    • An article from the "Mountain Herald" about Lincoln Memorial University as a "living memorial to Abraham Lincoln" in the famous area of Cumberland Gap: where the states of Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky intersect. It was through this mountain...
    • Little Mohee

    • Ballads;
    • Two leaves of lined paper, handwritten in pencil on both sides of the first leaf and on the front side of the second leaf. The document is in good physical condition. There are staple holes at the upper left corner of each leaf. The left edge of...
    • Little Mohea

    • Ballads;
    • One leaf of lined paper, handwritten in black ink on both sides. The document is in good physical condition. There are two loose leaf binding holes along the left side of the document. There is a hole punched in the center of the lower third of the...
    • The Old Regular Baptist

    • Religion; Religious events; newspapers
    • This is a newspaper printed by the Old Regular Baptists at Millstone, Kentucky. This is volume 2, whole number 20, number 8, and was printed in September 1925. It has letters, editorial, and obituaries.
    • Hatcher Hotel 15/20

    • hotels; sayings; rural areas
    • Mr. Hatcher spent time writing sayings and stories about local history and folk lore on the walls of his hotel. The Hatcher Hotel was located on Main St. in Pikeville, KY.

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