The Story of Kansas

January 16, 2011 12:00 AM

Historic Kansas cabin an elemental part of folk-song history

SMITH COUNTY — As the sun dips below the skyline and the bone-chilling cold of a long winter's night settles over Brewster Higley's cabin, all signs of the 21st century disappear.

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