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Symposium on Trout Habitat: Research and Management

This publication is the proceedings from a symposium on trout habitat held in 1974 at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina on trout habitat in the Southern Appalachians. Research and management issues were addressed, including challenges to trout habitats such as deforestation, fire, overgrazing, dams, mining, urban and industrial waste, road construction, and poor agricultural practices. 

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Ollie Blackburn was born in Watauga County, North Carolina in 1892. She attended an all girls church school in Valle Crucis when she was 16, after she had a general education. She then lived in Cherryville, North Carolina and Coeburn, Virginia at one point.

Mrs. Blackburn explains doing chores around the house and the different activities her family would participate in as a child. She then describes her education and how she met her husband through courting. Mrs. Blackburn's husband is also in the interview, and they about how they got married and moved to different places. While talking about marriage, they explain their theories on raising a family. Mr. Blackburn ends the interview talking discussing his personal experience working in the mines in Kentucky and Virginia.

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