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    • Appalachian Consortium Press (1997)
      The Seventh Biennial Linear Parks Conference was held in Lake Junaluska Assembly, North Carolina, on September 11-13, 1997. Contributors to the proceedings are Kathleen L. Kadlec; Bill Carson; Bill Carson and Judith Francis; ...
    • Warren, Harold F. (1974)
      A collection of true stories gathered from the Southern Appalachian people, this book echoes the folkways and values of another era. Published in 1974, the stories collected in "... A Right Good People" were originally ...
    • McNeil, Nellie (1988)
      This anthology of Appalachian literature is designed for high school students, containing fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, ballads, and examples of mountain speech and song.
    • Buxton, Barry M. (1989)
      This work is an interesting look at the history of Blowing Rock, North Carolina, a popular historic and tourist attraction, from its earliest settlers in the 1700s to the 1960s. The book includes images and a section titled ...
    • Wright, Donna; Pillis, Carolyn; Thompson, Diane Grant (1998)
      An Appalachian Curriculum is the product of a week-long symposium workshop held at Radford University in Radford, Virginia in June 1998. The purpose of the workshop was to create materials that allowed children from the ...
    • Isaacs, Susan (1995)
      An Appalachian Curriculum is the product of a week-long teacher workshop held on the campus of Appalachian State University in June, 1995. The purpose of the workshop was to create materials that allowed children from the ...
    • Williamson, J. W. (1977)
      Published in 1977, this collection of essays was published to honor Cratis D. Williams upon his retirement from Appalachian State University. Williams was an influential scholar, folklorist, teacher, and administrator who ...
    • Somerville, Wilson (1981)
      This volume of the Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Appalachian Studies Conference, held in 1981, offers a collection of some of the more important papers presented at the conference. Paper topics include labor and the economy; ...
    • Fine, Elizabeth C. (1995)
      This volume of the Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association includes fifteen essays that represent the interdisciplinary nature of Appalachian Studies and the broad range of interests within the Appalachian Studies ...
    • Cheek, Pauline Binkley (1988)
      Published in 1988, this children’s scrapbook is based on an oral history project conducted by Pauline Cheek. Cheek based her fictional characters, Mrs. Gwen Carter, Eugene, Emma, and Ellie, on her own adventures and those ...
    • Garrison, Ellen (1985)
      Archives in Appalachia: A Directory consists of entries describing 181 repositories in 195 counties in the South-Central Appalachia region which hold historical records documenting the political, social, cultural, and ...
    • Gaynes, David (1977)
      This is the documentation of an Appalachian Consortium traveling exhibition of Appalachian Art produced in the 1970s. The project was supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C.
    • Ross, Charlotte T. (1976)
      This monograph represents a massive effort to assemble printed works of regional materials held by Appalachian Consortium members at various institutions in the Appalachia region during the mid-1970s. The five libraries ...
    • Fink, Paul M. (1974)
      Paul Fink’s Bits of Mountain Speech is a dictionary of “folk speech.” In this work Fink has provided a glossary of terms that are often considered the language of the less educated people of the mountains of Western North ...
    • Jolley, Harley E. (1985)
      This book is an overview of the Blue Ridge Parkway's first fifty years, with photographs by William Bake. Noted Blue Ridge Parkway Historian Harley E. Jolley wrote the descriptions and text.
    • Beatty, Steven M.; Buxton, Barry M. (1986)
      Published in 1985, the Blue Ridge Parkway: Agent of Transition is a compilation of papers presented at the Blue Ridge Parkway Golden Anniversary conference. Intended to be a celebration of the Parkway, the conference was ...
    • Hallowell, Barbara G. (1986)
      This is the story of the Hallowell family's years in Western North Carolina as related by Barbara Hallowell. She and her family were northeasterners from New Jersey and Pennsylvania and experienced life as an "outsider" ...
    • Lewis, Helen; Askins, Donald; Johnson, Linda (1978)
      Colonialism in Modern America is a series of essays exploring the economic and social problems of the region within the context of colonialism. It is a relatively simple task to document the social ills and the environmental ...
    • Appalachian Consortium Press (1982)
      This is a partial collection of the Consortium Press News, 1982-1987, a publication of the Appalachian Consortium. As stated in the newsletter, the periodical was published twice annually to serve as a medium of communication ...
    • Ross, Carl (1987)
      The Proceedings of the 9th Annual Appalachian Studies Conference, held in 1986 at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina, offers a look at contemporary Appalachia and topics such as gender roles; native ...