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[Shelby County Dulcimer #1]
The current owner acquired this instrument at a flea market in Memphis, Tennessee.
[Perry County Dulcimer #3]
This instrument was found in a house that the current owner's father had bought about 60 years before (ca. 1930s).
[Perry [Hickman] County Dulcimer #2]
This instrument belonged to the current owner's mother, who had inherited it through her grandfather's family (Edwards). The Edwards family had immigrated to North Carolina and eventually to Lincoln County, Tennessee.
[McNairy County Dulcimer #1]
This instrument came to its current owners from a friend who had found it in a garage of a house he had bought in McNairy County, Tennessee.
[Madison County Dulcimer #3]
This instrument is held by the Old Country Store in Jackson, Tennessee. Its earlier provenance is unknown.
[Madison County Dulcimer #2]
This instrument was acquired for the Old Country Store in Jackson, Tennessee, by one Brooks Shaw. Its earlier provenance is unknown.
[Lawrence [Wayne] County Dulcimer #13]
This instrument was strung by Henry Beckman with piano wire. It was found in a house that was built in 1895 on Chesum Creek, in western Lawrence County. A log house was at this location before the 1895 house was built, a homestead of the current…
[Obion County Dulcimer #1]
This instrument was also known as a "courting" dulcimer, since it has two fretboards on the same body, enabling two people to play duets.