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  Volume 18, Number 3, Summer 1990

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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This Side of the Mountain: Troy Nash Baber (1921-1989)

pp. 3-4
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mountain holes

p. 4
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Letters to the Editor

pp. 5-8
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Downhill Verses from Dead Mare Branch

p. 9
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Sunday Fishing

pp. 10-16
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Streetlights

p. 16
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Daddy

pp. 17-23
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On a Bicycle at Dusk

p. 23
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Wildacres Writers' Workshop

p. 23
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Summer Girl

pp. 24-27
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Gold Slippers

p. 27
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The Shelter of the Porch

p. 27
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farmer, and: mountain fiddler, and: hound-dog mountains

p. 28
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The Anointing

pp. 29-34
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Straightening Stones

p. 34
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Pines

p. 35
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Ginseng and Appalachian Culture: Settlement to Contemporary Times

pp. 36-43
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Cousins at the Cemetery

p. 43
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Henry Washington Bellamy: Poetry and the Poet in 19th Century Appalachia

pp. 44-49
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Confinements

pp. 50-52
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Bindweed

p. 52
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The Natural Woman

pp. 53-57
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Bud's "Wives' Tales"

pp. 58-63
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The Leaf Lookers Versus the Porch Setters

pp. 64-66
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A River Valley

p. 66
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Song for an Asking To Come

p. 66
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Harvest Song

p. 67
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Divine Right's Trip: A Novel of the Counterculture (review)

p. 68
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Me and My Baby View the Eclipse (review)

pp. 68-70
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Appalachian Authors: A Selected Bibliography (review)

p. 70
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Come a Tide (review)

pp. 70-71
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Farlanburg Stories (review)

p. 71
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Tale of the Tennessee Woods

p. 71
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New Appalachian Books

pp. 72-79
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Inside My Father's Clock

p. 79
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Contributors

p. 80
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Song of Elsie

p. 80
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Down Brown's Run

p. 80
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