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Date: Oct.8,1980
Stage: Food Preservation Stage
4- Perf. Jimmy Lee Harris continued Reel- 2
Song# 4) All nite [Night] long *(very beginning not on tape) tech- Nick Hawes Guitar & Vocal
5) John Henry Guitar & Vocal

5- Performers: Phil + Gordon Tanner       Fiddle
(Father + son) [son and father]
Songs: 1) Flamp [[Flame?]] haired mule [Flop Eared Mule]    Phil gtr Gordon [[downwards arrow]] fiddle, vcl
2) Liberty   Phil gtr gordon fiddle, vocal
3) Down Yonder Phil gtr gordon fiddl,vocal 
4) Arkansas Traveler Phil gtr gordon fiddle, vocal 
5) Battle of New Orleans Phil gtr gordon fiddle, vocal 
6) Soldiers Joy[[?]][Soldier's Joy] Phil gtr gordon fiddle
7) Old [[strikethrough]] Old Me [[/strikethrough]] Mule wo [Whoa Mule]
8) Billy & the low ground [Billy in the Lowground]
9) listen to me mockingbird [Listen to the Mockingbird]             vocal 

6- Performers:  
Nick Hawes                       
Mrs. Jewel Bryan                       
Mrs. Minnie Davis 
(S.Georgia)                    -
Presenter: Gerri Johnson
1st Speaker: Mrs. Bryan  
[[strikethrough]]"Butter Making" [[/strikethrough]] Dairy Products 
Ice Cream 
Cottage Cheese 
tape runs out 
Continued on Reel #3 

Transcription Notes:
Not sure how to include arrows On song 7 - old mule is above a strikethrough, not sure how to signify this change. There is a strikethrough of the word "butter [[?]] under the word narrative, not sure how to signify this change. KraussMouse: I feel the arrow was transcribed correctly. Done as though it were a “ditto” mark. Also, per general instructions, I addressed the strike though issue by editing appropriately.

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