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  • Collection: Appalachian Consortium Press Publications

Lesson plans designed for teachers throughout North Carolina and eastern Tennessee

Recounting of the experiences of six families of Rutherford County, North Carolina

The Cherokee Perspective is not intended to be a review of historical literature about the Qualla Boundary, nor is it meant to be a sociological study full of bar graphs and statistics. The book is the product of many writers, each of whom covers an…

A collection of essays from the symposium honoring Dr. Cratis Williams

The very ancient Eastern forest of North America is characterized by an extraordinary variety of plants, animals, and human communities. Barry Buxton refers to this diverse area as the Great Forest in his book A Great Forest: An Appalachian Story,…

The papers included in this publication are a representative sampling of those presented at the conference. Budgetary and editorial considerations precluded the inclusion of many other papers. It is our hope that his volume will contribute to a wider…

As this volume marks a new beginning it is appropriate that this essay should speak to the nature of the Appalachian Studies conference, as well as introduce this collection of papers to the 1982 conference.

Contains recollections of two long-time residents of Catawba Valley, North Carolina and historical tales of the region

A collection of poems by Sellers created from stories told by her grandmother.

Warren highlights the stories from the Appalachian Mountains including musicians, ballad collectors, and photographers.