Volume 29, Number 4, Fall 2001

Table of Contents

Articles and Essays

This Side of the Mountain

pp. 3-6
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Tribute to Jim Still 1906-2001

pp. 7-9
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Wilse Reynolds—: I'd Just as Well Have a Good Fiddle as Anybody

pp. 10-13
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Family Pieces: Interview with Silas House

pp. 15-20
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The 1892 Givens Home Place: The Fate of a Mountain Farm

pp. 21-32
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The Appalachian Gender Gap

pp. 33-35
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What's Folklore?

pp. 36-40
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Fiction

Humble Lessons

pp. 41-47
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The Sitting Up

pp. 48-57
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When TV Came to Punkin River

pp. 58-65
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Mama's Dogs

pp. 66-71
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Arrowheads

pp. 72-73
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The Slate Boss

pp. 74-75
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Poetry

The Message of Old-Time Fiddlers

p. 6
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Gold Medal

p. 9
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Going Home—: The Road to Paint Lick

p. 14
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Water From the Well

p. 20
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Autumn Walk Before the End of Things as You Knew Them

p. 35
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At The End Of The Porch

p. 47
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The Old Time Words

p. 57
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Buddah

p. 65
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Angels' Voices, Ever Singing

p. 99
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New Appalachian Books

Opinions and Reviews

Old-Time Kentucky Fiddle Tunes by Jeff Todd Titon (review)

pp. 76-78
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From the Mountain, From the Valley: New and Collected Poems by James Still (review)

pp. 78-79
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Once to Die by Scott Burgess (review)

pp. 80-81
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Ghosts across Kentucky by William Lynwood Montell (review)

pp. 81-83
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Booklist and Notes

pp. 84-98
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Contributors to this issue

p. 100
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