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- According to Alan Lomax, "Railroad Bill" was an African-American turpentine worker from Alabama, whose real name was Morris Slater. The terrible conditions in which turpentine workers lived drove him to a life of crime; typically, he would break into railroad cars and steal the goods. Slater's life has become legend in this song.
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