between Batesville and Wagoner, Oklahoma.
Kauppis Heikki was a wagoner; Alkio Filander a farmer; Heikki Mavilainen a smith; Juhana Kokko (Kyosti) a gamekeeper.
The tradition is that, during those evil days, Bunyan was forced to disguise himself as a wagoner, and that he preached to his congregation at Bedford in a smock-frock, with a cart-whip in his hand.
TAMAS BAKOCZ, CARDINAL (1442-1521), Hungarian ecclesi astic and statesman, was the son of a wagoner, adopted by his uncle, who trained him for the priesthood and whom he succeeded as rector of Tetel (1480).
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In 1967, Porter Wagoner asked Parton to replace his departing duet partner Norma Jean on The Porter Wagoner Show.
Eventually, they warmed up to her, and Wagoner helped Parton land a solo deal with his own label, RCA.
From 1967 through 1973, Parton and Wagoner had a song in the Top Ten of the country charts almost constantly.
Wagoner had invested in Parton's publishing, so he was working actively to get her established as a solo artist.
In 1974, Parton and Wagoner ended their professional relationship.
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