Johnny Cash's Footsteps Lead Tourists Back in Time to Dyess

by Kyle Massey  on Monday, Mar. 6, 2017 12:00 am   1 min read

Joanne Cash, at the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home, recalled singing with her brother at their mother’s beloved piano.  (Karen E. Segrave)

The legacy of American musician Johnny Cash attracts history buffs and music fans from dozens of countries and every state to his boyhood home in the Historic Dyess Colony, the largest agricultural resettlement of the Depression-era New Deal.

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