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July 14, 1912

A mural of Woody Guthrie with the title of his most famous song emblazoned across the top guides visitors to the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa

Folk singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie is born in Okemah, Oklahoma. Author of “This Land Is Your Land,” “Worried Man Blues,” “Union Maid,” and other American classics, Woody crisscrossed the nation, living and singing among the dispossessed during the Great Depression.

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