Kentucky Wagoner

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KENTUCKY WAGONER. AKA and see "Wagoner" and variations. The tune was mentioned under this title in a newspaper account at the time of the 1931 LaFollette, N.E. Tenn. fiddlers' contest. The name Kentucky is derived from the Iroquois phrase kenta ke, meaning 'grass land' (Matthews, 1972).

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