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Jimmy Driftwood has written over 6,000 folk songs, including the Battle Hymn of New Orleans.� He was recorded in the Ozarks, at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas, which he founded.� He started writing songs to teach history at age 16 in a little schoolhouse.� His parents took him in a covered wagon to Oklahoma. � He is well traveled, but his accent is strong and has remnants of early colonial sounds.� This sample can be used to coach or re-create historical American Southern characters.

  • White Male, age 87
  • Born in 1905
  • Recorded in 1993

American Southern: Mountain Southern: Southern Dialects: Southern Accents: Ozarks: Arkansas, Mountain View.�





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