Volume 14, Number 4, Fall 1986

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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This Side Of The Mountain

p. 3
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Girl

p. 4
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Time

p. 4
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Memories Of Harriette Arnow

p. 5
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Jim Dandy: James Still At Eighty

pp. 8-20
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This Summer At Hindman

p. 20
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A Commentary

pp. 21-24
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The Star Of Bethlehem

pp. 25-31
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Sonnet On a November Day

p. 31
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Appalachian Studies and the Native Student: Resource or Refuge?

pp. 32-35
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If On This Morning

p. 36
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Morning After Rain

p. 36
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The Early Harvest

pp. 37-42
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In the Great Smokies

p. 43
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Jesus in Virginia

p. 44
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The Search For Community In Appalachia

pp. 45-51
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Recapturing Community In Appalachia

pp. 51-55
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An Immigrant Comes to Appalachia

p. 56
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The Courtship of Hattie Mae Jenkins

pp. 57-62
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are there others who would rather be where i am alone?

p. 62
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Stream

p. 63
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Outside My Window

p. 63
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Homewords: A Book of Tennessee Writers (review)

pp. 64-67
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Maryland Lost and Found: People and Places from Chesapeake to Appalachia (review)

pp. 67-68
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The Wolfpen Poems (review)

p. 69
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The Wild Birds: Six Stories of the Port William Membership (review)

pp. 70-71
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Cabin: A Mountain Adventure (review)

pp. 71-72
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White Trash Cooking (review)

p. 72
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Where Will We Be When Winter Comes

p. 73
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Wash Day

p. 73
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Aunt Julia

p. 73
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New Appalachian Books

pp. 74-79
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Contributors In This Issue

pp. 79-80
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