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    • Train 45; Train Forty-five;

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Howard, Peachie; Train 45; Train Forty-five;
    • Tune played on banjo by Peachie Howard and recorded by Bruce Greene in Magoffin County, Kentucky 3-3-77.
    • Train Train

    • Independence Folk Festival; Train Train; Independence, Virginia;
    • Tune played on harmonica at the Independence Folk Festival in Independence, Virginia in 1970.
    • Reubin's Train

    • Stringband Music--West Virginia; Whoopin' Hollar Stringband, The; Reubin's Train;
    • Stringband music played by Jake Krack on fiddle, Dennis Hall on Guitar, Dallas Hall on Mandolin, Peco Watson on banjo, and Jesse Morris on bass at the Appalachian Stringband Festival, Clifftop, West Virginia, 08-07-06.
    • You Can't Tell Which Way the Train Went

    • You Can't Tell Which Way the Train Went; Garrett, Robert "Bud"; Blues Music--1971-1980; African American Music--Tennessee; Guitar Music--Tennessee;
    • Song sung and played on Guitar by Bud Garrett and recorded at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 11-02-84.
    • Mile Long Train

    • Harmonica Music--Kentucky; Jackson, Sam "Peg Leg"; Mile Long Train;
    • Harmonica music played by "Peg Leg" Sam Jackson and recorded by Bill Parker in Knott County, Kentucky in 1965.
    • Little Black Train

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Helton, Casey; Little Black Train;
    • Fiddle tune played by Casey Helton and recorded by Bruce Greene in Floyd County, Kentucky, 01-05-77.
    • Gospel Train

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Seventy Six Quartet; Gospel Train;
    • Song sung by the Seventy Six Quartet recorded for audition purposes on a radio transcription disc at [Renfro Valley, Kentucky in about 1948]
    • Oral History Interview With Peggy Stanaland

    • Berea College--Basketball--History; Basketball--Kentucky--Berea; Basketball for Women--Kentucky--Berea; Women basketball players--Kentucky--Berea; Oral History--Berea College
    • Oral history interview with Peggy Stanaland recorded by Tom Chase on October 21, 2008. Ms Stanaland taught physical education, and coached and officiated women’s basketball at several Kentucky colleges from 1954 through the 1990s.
    • Old Reuben Train [sic];

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Mainer, Wade; Mainer, Julia; Banjo Music--North Carolina; CTM-88; Old Reuben Train [sic];
    • Song sung by Wade Mainer at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music.
    • Reuben's Train

    • Rucker, Sparky; Rucker, Rhonda; Reuben's Train; Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-09
    • Song sung and played on guitar by Sparky Rucker with vocal and banjo accompaniment by Rhonda Rucker at the 2009 Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music.
    • Train 45

    • Fiddle Tunes--Tennessee; Roan Mt. Hilltoppers; Train 45;
    • Fiddle tune played by Joe Burchfield and the Roan Mt. Hilltoppers at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 11/03/84.
    • New River Train

    • Banjo Music--North Carolina; Stalcup, J. Roy; New River Train;
    • 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.
    • Train Forty-Five

    • Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky; Crank, Cecil; Train Forty-Five;
    • Fiddle tune played by Cecil Crank and recorded by Barbara Kunkle in Carter County, Kentucky, 1973
    • Cold and Lonesome on a Train

    • CTM-75; Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music; Guitar Music--Tennessee; Cold and Lonesome on a Train; Rucker, Sparky;
    • Video performance by Sparky Rucker at the 1975 Celebration of Traditional Music, Berea College on 10-25-75.
    • Train Forty-Five

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Helton, Hassell; Train Forty-Five;
    • Banjo tune played by Hassell Helton and recorded by Bruce Greene in Magoffin County, Kentucky 3-3-71.
    • Glory Bound Train

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Martin, Ernest; Glory Bound Train;
    • Song sung by Ernest Martin on his radio program, "Highway to Heaven" that he recorded in 1950 for broadcast on various radio stations in central and eastern Kentucky.
    • Love Train

    • Berea College Black Ensemble; Berea College Black Music Ensemble; Berea College--Students; Berea College. Music Department; African American Songs; Love Train;
    • Performance by the Berea College Black Ensemble (later Black Music Ensemble);
    • Personal History of Berea College

    • Berea College; Rogers, Elizabeth Embree, 1839-1921; Rogers, John A. R. (John Almanza Rowley), 1828-1906
    • This 26-page typed document by Mrs. Elizabeth E. Rogers provides her personal and informal account of Berea College from 'its earliest days' until the exodus in 1859.
    • Glory Bound Train

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Songs, English--Kentucky; Carpenter, Nora; Glory Bound Train;
    • Song sung, played on banjo, and recorded by Nora Carpenter at her home in Salyersville, Maggoffin County, Kentucky 07-07-72.
    • Passing of the Train

    • Bluegrass Music--Kentucky; Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble; Passing of the Train;
    • Song sung by the Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble 5-9-04

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