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"RACCOON" JOHN SMITH Wayne County Kentucky Pioneer And Preacher
"WAYNE COUNTY COURT ORDER BOOK 1801-1824"
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THE MONTICELLO-BURNSIDE STAGECOACH

Your Wayne County Museum is constantly striving to provide materials that will continue to inspire PRIDE in the rich history of Wayne County.
 
We have printed many books that are being used all across the country by genealogist and historians.
 
Just recently, we decided to expand our efforts by entering the area of...
 
AUDIO and VIDEO!
 
At the present we can offer several museum products that we hope you will be interested in:
 
 

"WAYLAND ROGERS-
CHORAL MUSIC"
"I was born in Barrier, Kentucky, a tiny community 7 miles southeast of Monticello.  At the age of four my family moved to Monticello where I attended Monticello Elementary School and Wayne County High School.  My family attended Elk Spring Valley Baptist Church.  Those three institutions, the two schools and the church, provided me the opportunities to help satisfy my insatiable musical appetites.  I can say with absolute certainty that the music which I experienced during those youthful years has continued to impact my work as a composer throughout my career.  For not only have I made many arrangements of early American hymns and folk songs, but those genres have had a great influence on the musical ideas of many of my original compositions.  I believe this recording will attest to that fact."                                  --Wayland Rogers 2009
 
 
The "WAYLAND ROGERS--CHORAL MUSIC" CD is available for only $12.00 + $.72 tax.  It is available in our Museum Store and can be shipped by mail for only $4.00 postage.

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RECORDINGS FROM THE
BESSIE AND GUY HUFFAKER
1915 EDISON AMBEROLA
(COLLECTOR'S EDITION)
Some years ago the family of Guy and Bessie Huffacker placed a 1915 Edison Amberola on display at the Wayne County Museum.  Included with the Amberola was a collection of over eighty blue cylinders that have some of the most tremendous examples of ONE HUNDRED YEAR OLD music on them that you will ever hear.
A friend of the Museum, Jan Rothacker, has professionally remastered a collection of those songs and placed them on a CD.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for you to obtain these old recordings that have the distinctive sound of music that our ancestors listened to and enjoyed.
The titles of the songs include the following:
1-Casey Jones
2-Wreck Of Old 97
3-You Will Never Miss Your Mother Until She Is Gone
4-Life's Railway To Heaven
5-Lonesome Road Blues
6-Blue Ridge Blues
7-Doin' The Best I Can
8-The Runaway Train
9-Jesse James
10-The Little Rosewood Casket
11-Old Joe Clark
12-The Wreck Of The Shenandoah
13-The Dream Of The Miner's Daughter
14-Mother's Grave
15-Frank Dupre
16-The Wreck Of The 1256
17-Sugar In The Ground
18-The Drunkard's Lone Child
19-The Jealous Lover Of Lone Green Valley
This CD can be purchased in our Museum Store at a cost of $12.00 + $0.72 tax.  If the CD is mailed, there will be a cost of $4.00 for postage.

 

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Inside Cover

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I CAN READ MY TITLE CLEAR TO MANSIONS IN THE SKIES"
"RACCOON" JOHN SMITH-The Wayne County Years
With a DVD of the outdoor drama, "Raccoon" John Smith-Pioneer And Preacher
Our second audio/video historical product is a book and DVD combination!
Harlan Ogle has written "an autobiographical interpretation" of the life and times of the most famous Kentucky pioneer preacher, "Raccoon" John Smith.  This publication is focused on the years Smith spent in Wayne County and deals with his involvement in the local churches.
The book also includes an hour-long DVD (movie) of an outdoor drama that was presented at the "Raccoon" John Smith cabin located in Monticello.  Ogle portrays Smith as a pioneer and preacher in the drama.
The title of the book is "I CAN READ MY TITLE CLEAR TO MANSIONS IN THE SKIES" and is available (DVD included) for only $30.00 + $1.80 tax.  It is available in our Museum Store and can be shipped by mail for only $4.00 postage.

Click Here For More Information About The Book And DVD "I CAN READ MY TITLE CLEAR TO MANSIONS IN THE SKIES."

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THE HISTORY OF
SPANN HILL
WAYNE COUNTY, KENTUCKY
This special presentation of Wayne County history was presented by Garnett Walker at a meeting of the Wayne County Historical Society in 1995.  Having lived in the Spann Hill Community for several years, Mr. Walker discuses many of he historical events that transpired in the area.
This special CD package inclueds the map of Spann Hill that Mr. Walker used in his presentation.
This CD can be purchased in our Museum Store at a cost of $12.00 + $0.72 tax.  If the CD is mailed, there will be a cost of $4.00 for postage.
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CLYDE & MARIE DENNY
WITH WADE HILL & COMPANY
Clyde and Marie Denny, both navites of Wayne County, Kentucky, have traveled across the county singing their own brand of Bluegrass Music.  This CD is one of their best and will be loved and appreciated by all those who love good Bluegrass.
The titles of the songs include the following:
1-There Will Be A Time
2-Beneath The Cold Cold Clay
3-He will Set Your Fields On Fire
4. Trousdale Ferry Rag
5-Your Memory Haunts Me
6-The Streets Of Chicago
7. Paul's Tune
8-Glory In My Soul
9-I Haven't Seen My Baby
10-The Girl From West Virginia
11-Tennessee Blues
12-Sally Is A Dandy
13-Train Number Forty-Five
14-Mt. LeConte Blues
This CD can be purchased in our Museum Store at a cost of $12.00 + $0.72 tax.  If the CD is mailed, there will be a cost of $4.00 for postage.

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SWING SONGS ON THE FIVE STRING VIOLIN
By:
JOE MITCHELL
 
Joe Mitchell is a cousin of the late Bessie Huffaker of Wayne County.  Joe has recorded this CD that includes some of the best of "swing songs."
The titles of the songs include the following:
1-After The Loving
2-Last Date
3-Southwestern Swing
4-September Song
5-Stranger On The Shore
6-Runaway
7-Mexican Connection
8-Hotrod Connection
9-Among My Souvenirs
10-Twilight Time 
This CD can be purchased in our Museum Store at a cost of $5.00 + $0.30 tax.  If the CD is mailed, there will be a cost of $4.00 for postage.

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