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  Volume 22, Number 1, Winter 1994

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 3-4
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Highlander in the Thirties: An Appalachian Seedbed for Social Change

pp. 5-9
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Children from the Onion Fields

p. 10
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Appalachian Studies and the Third Millennium

pp. 11-16
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Defining Appalachian Culture

pp. 17-19
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A Spotted Pigeon's Dream

p. 19
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Letters to the Editor

pp. 20-22
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Quilting Bee, and: The Caring of Menfolks

p. 23
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Ida Mae

pp. 24-31
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A Fantasy for Catherine

p. 31
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South Mountains Pipe Maker: Sally Michael

pp. 32-37
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Faith in Spout Springs

p. 38
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Fast-Forward

pp. 39-44
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Country Foods

p. 44
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Oakley and Ida

pp. 45-47
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Environmental Movements: Pitfalls Not Fatal

pp. 48-50
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The Spider

pp. 51-56
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Tennessee Woman: An Infinite Variety, and: A Gathering at the Forks (review)

pp. 57-59
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The Holy Season: Walking in the Wild (review)

pp. 59-60
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Selu: Seeking the Corn-Mother's Wisdom (review)

pp. 61-62
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Small Caucasian Woman (review)

pp. 62-63
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The Airwaves of Zion: Radio and Religion in Appalachia, and: The Stonemans: An Appalachian Family and the Music That Shaped Their Lives (review)

pp. 64-69
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About Our Reviewers

p. 69
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About Our Poets

p. 69
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With Her Broken Arm

p. 70
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If I Was Hunting

p. 71
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Booklist and Notes

pp. 72-77
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Last October My Brother Died, and: Maidy Grimes Lives Alone

p. 78
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Silk Purse/Sow's Ear

p. 79
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