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Johnny Cash Boyhood Home

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Overview:
Ray Cash brought his family to Dyess in 1935 when President Roosevelt's administration created Dyess Colony in Mississippi County, an experiment in American socialism. With no money down, the Cash family was given 20 acres of fertile bottomland and a five-room house in which to live. The house was seen in the motion picture "I Walk the Line." Now owned by Arkansas State University, the house is being restored and is scheduled to reopen April 2014.

Address:

Johnny Cash Boyhood Home
4791 CR 924
Dyess, AR 72330

GPS: N35.5901615 W90.1713925