Volume 15, Number 4, Fall 1987

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 3-5
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Poverty

p. 5
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Preservation

p. 6
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Celebration for the Tenth Time

pp. 7-11
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Jim Wayne Miller

p. 12
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Harm

pp. 13-15
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The Mill Creek Baptist Church

pp. 16-22
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Gone Silent

pp. 23-26
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From Matchboxes to Trucks

pp. 27-30
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The Native

p. 30
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A Christmas Lesson

pp. 31-34
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The Black Struggle for Education and Learning

pp. 35-42
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Abide

p. 43
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Mama Was a Dreamer or The Trouble With Freud and Red Horses

pp. 44-48
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Economic Geography of Appalachia

p. 48
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Rags

pp. 49-56
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Making Fence

p. 56
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On Women and Creativity

pp. 57-59
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Where the Pinwheel Turns

p. 60
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Storming Heaven (review)

pp. 61-62
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Laughter in Appalachia (review)

pp. 62-63
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The Fred Chappell Reader (review)

pp. 63-64
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These Are Our Voices: The Story of Oak Ridge (review)

pp. 64-65
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His First, Best Country, and: Mountain Images: A Photographic Essay of Central Appalachia (review)

pp. 66-67
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October Dusk (review)

p. 67
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Servitude

p. 67
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New Appalachian Books

pp. 68-74
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Rising Water

p. 74
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A Widow's Complaint

p. 74
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Departed

p. 74
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Contributors in this Issue

pp. 75-76
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