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Blind Boy Fuller Monument

A monument to the late local bluesman Blind Boy Fuller stands on the American Tobacco Trail in Durham, North Carolina. The monument reads: Blind Boy Fuller 1907-1941 (aka Fulton Allen) Most influential Piedmont bluesman born in North Carolina. Played on the streets and around the tobacco warehouses of Durham. Lived in Hayti. Became a popular recording artist during the 1930s. Buried nearby.

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blazer8696. Blind Boy Fuller. 2008. Digital Image. Flickr. (Accessed December 17, 2018).

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