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LONE INDIAN [1]. AKA and see "Lost Indian" ??? American, Reel. USA, Alabama, Missouri. In the repertory of northwest Alabama fiddler D. Dix Hollis (1861-1927), and considered by him one of "the good old tunes of long ago" (as recorded in the Opelika Daily News of April 17th, 1926) {Cauthen, 1990}.

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Recorded sources: Missouri State Old Time Fiddlers' Association, Lymon Enloe (b. 1906, Cole Co., Mo.) {appears as "Lonesome Indian"}.

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