restricted access   Volume 26, Number 2, Spring 1998

Table of Contents

Articles and Essays

This Side of the Mountain

pp. 3-5
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A Little Journey Into Harlan County: William J. Hutchins and the Harlan County Troubles, 1932

pp. 6-12
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Exerpts From Hutchins's Impressions of Harlan County, February 18th and 19th, 1932

pp. 7-12
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Back Home

pp. 13-19
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Spring Onions and Killed Lettuce

pp. 32-35
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Seeing

pp. 36-38
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Heirloom Memories

The Journey

pp. 39-41
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Heroic Women of the Southern Highlands

pp. 42-45
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The Burning Fork General Store and Post Office

pp. 52-55
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Fiction

The Old Cellar

pp. 21-24
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Every Vote Counts

pp. 26-31
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Missing Millie

pp. 46-51
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Poetry

Home in Your Voice . . .

p. 12
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For the Living: (Jim Wayne Miller)

p. 19
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Saving Words: (For Appalachian Poets)

p. 20
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Just Before the Rain

p. 25
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New Appalachian Books

Opinions and Reviews

Cold Mountain by Charles Frazier (review)

pp. 56-61
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In the Hands of A Happy God: The "No-Hellers" of Central Appalachia by Howard Dorgan (review)

pp. 61-63
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Bloodroot: Reflections on Place by Appalachian Women Writers ed. by Joyce Dyer (review)

pp. 63-65
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Milltown Natural: Essays and Stories From a Life by Richard Hague (review)

pp. 65-67
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Eve's Mountain by Marian Coe (review)

pp. 67-69
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The Pond Mountain Chronicle: Self Portrait of a Southern Appalachian Community by Leland R. Cooper and Mary Lee Cooper (review)

pp. 70-72
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The Temptation of Edgar Toison: Where Twentieth Century Folk Art Led by Julia S. Ardery (review)

pp. 72-73
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Booklist and Notes

pp. 74-79
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Contributors to this issue

p. 80
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