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Clifton Hicks 19h
"Come all you hustling gamblers One more dollar I will spend I'll spend it for corn whiskey Though I guess it'll be my end." via
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Old-Time Music Field Recordings 23h
Hustling Gamblers, by Banjo Bill Cornett FRC 304 - Banjo Bill Cornett: The Lost Recordings (Produced, Edited and Annotated by John Cohen)
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Old-Time Music Field Recordings May 24
Lost Girl Fiddle tune played by John Morgan Salyer and recorded 1940-1941 in Magoffin County, Kentucky.
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Clifton Hicks May 25
Replying to @ClifHicksBanjo
"July 2: Moved forward early into the low ground... skirmished all day. Enfiladed by artillery and exposed to musketry fire.. pushed forward, scaled the hill and planted its colors, capturing several guns.." Present 1200 Killed 36 Wounded 201 Missing 95
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Clifton Hicks May 25
My great-great grandfather was a German immigrant in New Orleans at the start of the American Civil War. He enlisted in the Confederate infantry where he was eventually wounded and abandoned on the field at Gettysburg. After the battle he was drafted and served in the US Army.
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Clifton Hicks May 24
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Clifton Hicks May 24
Replying to @JJRodOfficial
Memorial Day.
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unease in the district May 23
I don’t know who need to hear this today but: DO NOT JOIN THE FUCKING ARMY
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The Nostalgia Trap May 23
⭐️💥NEW EPISODE!💥⭐️ This week we've got superstar telling us all about , sex education, and what it's like to be on the left in ✌️❤️✊
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Clifton Hicks May 23
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Old-Time Music Field Recordings May 23
Sally Ann, by Roan Mountain Hilltoppers FRC 201 - The Roan Mountain Hilltoppers: In Concert (Brandywine FOTM collection)
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Clifton Hicks May 23
Replying to @9coacheswaiting
"The species originated in western South America. Its use as a cultivated food may have originated with the indigenous peoples of Mexico. From there, the tomato was introduced to other parts of the European-colonized world during the 16th century."
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Clifton Hicks May 23
And I been to a Church's Chicken that was out of chicken. We just ate biscuits and soda.
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Old-Time Music Field Recordings May 23
Morgan On the Railroad Fiddle tune played byJim Woodward and recorded by John Harrod in Jessamine County, Kentucky 4-7-79.
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Old-Time Music Field Recordings May 23
Walls of Jericho, by Albert Hash FRC 707 - Albert Hash: Vol.2 (from the collections of Wayne & Max Henderson, the Augusta Heritage Center & the Spencer Family)
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CODEPINK May 22
Things that threaten the American people: -staggering inequality -lack of healthcare -climate catastrophe -white supremacy Things that do NOT threaten the American people: -Iran -Venezuela
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Nate Bethea May 23
Replying to @inthesedeserts
Folks, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but our hats have skulls on them
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Clifton Hicks May 22
Replying to @JJRodOfficial
Congratulations 👍
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Appalshop May 22
Appalachia's often whitewashed. Karida Brown’s 2018 book "Gone Home" corrects that. A professor, Brown is part of what she calls the “Eastern Kentucky African American Diaspora,” with family still in Harlan County, KY. Come hear her at on June 8th.
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