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<i>Ola Belle Reed and Southern Mountain Music on the Mason-Dixon Line</i> by Henry Glassie, Clifford R. Murphy, and Douglas Dowling Peach (review)

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<i>Ola Belle Reed and Southern Mountain Music on the Mason-Dixon Line</i> by Henry Glassie, Clifford R. Murphy, and Douglas Dowling Peach (review)

Journal of American Folklore , Volume 130 (516) – May 3, 2017

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Abstract

248 Journal of American Folklore 130 (2017) Ola Belle Reed and Southern Mountain Mu- area om f aryland p , ennsylvania, and Delaware. sic on the Mason-Dix on Line. 2015. Written e Th c ampbell family became part of this out- by h enry g lassie, c lif ford r . m urphy, and flow, and they resettled in northeas m ter arn y- Douglas Dowling peach. p roduced by h enry land. Shortly therear er ft ee , d began working as g lassie, Stephen l ance l edbetterc , liff ord r . a professional musicia in 1948, b n. y which time m ur phy, and Douglas Dowlin pg each. All songs she had changed her name t o l o a b elle, she and on disc 1 recorded b h y enr y g lassie. All songs brother Alex formed their own group called the on disc 2 recorded b cy liff ord r . m ur phy. o sir is n ew r iver b and. Studio, Dust- to- Digitalb , ook, c Ds (2), D t D- Following marriage to musici b ud an r eed 40. in 1949, o la b

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Journal of American FolkloreAmerican Folklore Society

Published: May 3, 2017

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