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  Volume 23, Number 2, Spring 1995

Table of Contents

Articles and Essays

This Side of the Mountain

pp. 3-4
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I Have Been a Volunteer All My Life

pp. 5-6
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Alfred H. Perrin: Bookman

pp. 7-8
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The Santa Claus That Stayed

pp. 9-10
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This Is the Day That the Lord Has Made; Let Us Rejoice and Be Glad . . .

pp. 12-15
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Bodhisattva in Berea: John Stephenson and the Tibetans

pp. 16-18
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John Stephenson and the Colleges of Appalachia: A Chronicle and a Tribute

pp. 19-23
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Cincinnati's Amazing Grassroots School

pp. 29-35
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Granny Goes Cajun

pp. 42-43
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Hunting Sang

pp. 52-55
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A Wild Delight

pp. 77-79
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Fiction

Star Bright

pp. 24-27
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To Ease Their Passage

pp. 36-41
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Disturbing the Peace

pp. 44-51
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Poetry

Easter Sunrise

p. 10
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Mrs. Lloyd, Her Rag Sale

p. 11
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Higher Mathematics

p. 27
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Liver Fungus; Papaver Somniferum

p. 28
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Status Symbol

p. 35
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Cataracts

p. 51
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A Carolina Morning

p. 55
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Why We're Here

p. 65
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Riverside

p. 80
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New Appalachian Books

Return the Innocent Earth (review)

pp. 56-59
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Mountains of the Heart: A Natural History of the Appalachians (review)

pp. 59-61
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Old Wounds, New Words: Poems From the Appalachian Poetry Project (review)

pp. 61-62
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She Walks These Hills (review)

pp. 62-63
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Catch the Spirit of Creativity, and: Matchbox Mountain (review)

pp. 63-64
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The Wild Berry Book: Romance, Recipes and Remedies (review)

p. 65
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Letters to the Editor

pp. 66-67
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Poets in this issue:

p. 68
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Book Reviewers:

p. 68
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Booklist and Notes

pp. 69-76
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Research Areas

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