New England Colonial Living History Group 1680-1760. Armidale,NSW AUSTRALIA.

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 Post subject: Visit to East Tenneessee history museum. Davy Crockets rifle
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Awesome!!! Sticking with the Crockett theme, here is a photo I took just last week of a fiddle that is alleged to have belonged to him. The museum has the fiddle behind a light up screen as a interactive exhibit, so that was the best photo I could get.

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It still plays pretty well too, this song was recorded with that fiddle live at the Alamo a few years back.

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Well done both of you, exhibits that are in cases are not easy to photograph at the best of times!
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