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9781469642383_UIPDF.pdf
Concerned with the 50% dropout rate for public high school students in the Southern Highlands, Jim Wayne Miller published this book in 1989 to ensure that young people had access to published works and other text that examine the themes of familiy,…


870_KJ11_A.pdf
The eleventh issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on community planning for a sustainable future: what, why, and how. Floyd County in Virginia is highlighted as an example of a progressive community. Authors and artists in this issue include: Judith…


870_KJ12_A.pdf
The twelfth issue of the Katúah Journal covers a variety of topics, including, nuclear energy issues, shiitake mushrooms, trout farms, and the Cherokee people's historic use of tobacco. Authors and artists in this issue include: Joe Hollis, Rhea Rose…


870_KJ13_A.pdf
The thirteenth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on the theme of death as a natural part of the life cycle and hospice. The feature story is on the Center for Awakening, a hospice founded by Elizabeth S. Callari in Boomer, North Carolina. Authors…


870_KJ14_A.pdf
The fourteenth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on varied topics such as the work of stone carver Lloyd Carl Owle, a comparison between the Cherokee Booger dance and the Irish Mummers dance, human beings' place in nature, and an interview with…


870_KJ15_A.pdf
The fifteenth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on women: Francis Goodrich's settlement work, Lislott Harberts' Forest Care business, midwife Susie McMahan, the Cherokee matriarchal culture and various resources for women in general. Authors and…


870_KJ16_A.pdf
The sixteenth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on the initiations and rituals surrounding the coming of age and the maturation of young people. Authors and artists in this issue include Tata Andres, Snow Bear, Patrick Clark, Maggie Schneider, Rob…


870_KJ17_A.pdf
The seventeenth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on black bears: their place and future in southern Appalachia. Authors and artists in this issue include: David Wheeler, Sam Gray, Paul Gallimore, Mike Pelton, Robert McMahan, Jay S. Gertz, Scott…


870_KJ20_A.pdf
The twentieth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on preserving wilderness in Appalachia with a look at land trusts, the Preserving Appalachian Wilderness (PAW) proposal, and Cherokee perspective on relating to land. Authors and artists in this issue…


870_KJ22_A.pdf
The twenty-second issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on the relationship between humans and the environment. Authors and artists in this issue include: Kim Sandland, Lylich Crabawr, Thomas Berry, Marnie Muller, Zoa Rockenstein, Kore Loy McWhirter,…


870_KJ23_A.pdf
The twenty-third issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on varied topics such as the ancient ways of the first people groups in Appalachia; "Planet Art;" tulip poplar trees; the Black Swan Center; and environmentally-friendly economics. Authors and…


870_KJ24_A.pdf
The twenty-fourth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on peace in the mountains: settling controversies; a look at the Oak Ridge Reservation; and promoting peace through community building. Authors and artists in this issue include: David Wheeler,…


870_KJ25_A.pdf
The twenty-fifth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on biodiversity and habitat: forest ecosystem, old-growth forest, regional planning, forest devastation, black bears and Eastern panthers, and living green. Authors and artists in this issue…


870_KJ26_A.pdf
The twenty-sixth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on children and parents: their roles in family and in the bioregion. Authors and artists in this issue include: Thomas Berry, Samala Hirst, Ellie Kincade, Linda Metzner, Lucinda Flodin, Martha…


870_KJ28_A.pdf
The twenty-eighth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on "carrying capacity:" growth, development, and population of human systems in relation to the environment. Authors and artists in this issue include: David Wheeler, Stephen Bartlett, Rob Barron,…


870_KJ29_A.pdf
The twenty-ninth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on water quality: the Little Tennessee River watershed; Watts Bark Lake; development in the Great Smokies; and solar composting toilets. Authors and artists in this issue include: Leaf Myczack,…


870_KJ30_A.pdf
The thirtieth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on regional economics, development, and ecology. Authors and artists in this issue include: David Wheeler, Thomas Power, Rob Messick, Will Ashe Bason, Rodney Webb, Henry Eckler, Griscom Morgan, Snow…


870_KJ34_A.pdf
The thirty-fourth issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on sustainable agriculture and regional diet. Authors and artists in this issue include: Joe Hollis, Hugh Lovel, Ralph Garrett, Peter Bane, Perry Eury, Allison C. Sutherland, Bear With Runs, Mark…


870_KJ37_A.pdf
The thirty-seventh issue of the Katúah Journal is dedicated to creative works that represent bioregionalism and biovisions: stories, essays, drawings, and local legends. An announcement explains that, while the publication is coming to an end in…


870_KJ38_A.pdf
The thirty-eighth, and final, issue of the Katúah Journal focuses on sustainable tourism and transportation that is environmentally and culturally responsible. Authors and artists in this issue include: Marcus L. Endicott, Michal Smith, Lee Barnes,…


105_vol26_1917_0601_1917_0831R.pdf
This diary includes 96 pages of entries for each day from June 1-August 31, 1917. He includes much information about Appalachian Training School. He mentions White Hall, a building still on campus at Appalachian State University today. He also…


105_vol28_1917_1115_1918_0220R.pdf
This diary includes entries from November 15, 1917 through February 20, 1918. Each day Greene wrote about his work at Appalachian Training School, the weather, the church, community members, and community events. This diary gives insight on what the…


105_vol31_1919_0318_1919_0719R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries from March through July 1919. In this diary Greene wrote about his work at Appalachian Training School, the weather, the church events, and members of the community. At this time, Greene was living and working in…


105_vol34_1919_1009_1919_1206R.pdf
This diary contains daily entries from October 9 through December 6, 1919. This is the diary of Andrew Jackson Greene, where he recorded his thoughts and opinions about things that happened to him during the day, as well as his work at Appalachian…


105_vol40_1921_0128_1921_0412R.pdf
This diary includes entries from January 28 through April 12, 1921. Greene wrote daily about the local churches, his work as a teacher at Appalachian Training School, the weather, and his travels. Dr. Dougherty was a key leader for school, Greene…


105_vol43_1921_0826_1921_1113R.pdf
This diary contains daily entries by Andrew Jackson Greene on a range of subjects such as weather, church, school, community events, and travel. The diary contains entries from August 26 through November 13, 1921. Greene travels to a multitude of…


105_vol44_1921_1114_1922_0413R.pdf
This diary includes daily entries from November 14, 1921 through April 13, 1922. Each day Greene recorded his daily activities including his duties as a teacher, his work as a preacher, and his visits with friends. He also included information about…


105_Vol49_1924_1218_1924_0330R.pdf
This diary was written each day from December 18, 1923 through March 30, 1924. For each day, there is a brief description of what Andrew Jackson Greene experienced that day. He included information about himself, his friends, and community events…


107_02_12_History_M.pdf
Various memorabilia from Leo Finkelstein's life, including handwritten letters, flyers, Lions Club and Beth ha-Taphila information, and newspaper clippings.
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