Stephen Foster Folk Center Topo Map

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Songwriter Stephen Foster, born July 4, 1826, wrote such American classics as “Oh! Susanna,” “Camptown Races,” “Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair,” and “My Old Kentucky Home.” Known as America’s Troubadour, he also immortalized the Suwannee River (as in “way down upon”) in “Old Folks At Home,” which Florida adopted as its official state song in 1935. As you stroll the grounds, keep in mind you are not following in Foster’s footsteps. He never saw the Suwannee, but liked the sound of it. He never saw any part of Florida, for that matter. Special Attractions: A folk culture center, including a Craft Square, dedicated to Foster.
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White Springs, Florida

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Mar 2018