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Home on the Range, Present at the Creation

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Home on the Range, Present at the Creation

Home on the Range, Present at the Creation

Home on the Range, Present at the Creation

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Dr. Brewster Higley never knew the poem he wrote while sitting near a creek would become one of America's best-loved songs. On Morning Edition, NPR's Steve Lickteig reports on "Home on the Range" and how it changed its tune over time. The story is part of the Present at the Creation series.

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