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  Volume 17, Number 2, Spring 1989

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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Synchronicity

p. 3
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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 4-5
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Interview with Ron Short

pp. 6-13
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The Man Who Loved Hummingbirds

p. 14
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Choptack

p. 14
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Remedy

p. 14
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The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways

pp. 15-20
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The Breaking of Waters at Troublesome

p. 20
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The Great Mule Debate

pp. 21-26
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Take Me Down That Row One More Time, Green-Eyed Boy

p. 26
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The Home Place

pp. 27-29
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Old Gardens

p. 29
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Spring

p. 30
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Southwest Virginia's Iron Road to Secession: A Reappraisal of Civil War Appalachia

pp. 31-35
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What I Needed Was Nourishing Food, Not New Dishes

p. 35
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My Friend Jessie

pp. 36-40
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The Last Miracle

p. 40
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The Night I Lost My Religion at the "Holy Roller" Church

pp. 41-47
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I'm a Green Woman Now

p. 47
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Red

pp. 48-52
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In the White that is Spring

p. 52
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The Apple Tree

pp. 53-57
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Betrayal

p. 57
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Spring Paradox

p. 57
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Riddle Me a Riddle: The Southern Tradition of Riddles

pp. 58-63
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Wayfarer: A Voice from the Southern Mountains (review)

pp. 64-65
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A Literary History of Kentucky, and: A Cloud of Laurel (review)

pp. 65-68
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The History of Jackson County (review)

pp. 68-69
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Red Trails and White: The Mysterious Life of Caty Sage (review)

p. 70
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Azalea

p. 70
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The Song of Daniel

p. 71
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In Early March, Driving through Virginia

p. 71
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New Appalachian Books

pp. 72-77
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Appalachian Spring

p. 77
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The Tulip Blossoms

p. 77
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The Door Hinge to the Future

p. 78
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Contributors

pp. 79-80
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God's Lenten Plowing

p. 80
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