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  Volume 19, Number 4, Fall 1991

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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Special Issue: Blacks in Appalachia

Welcome to a Different World

p. 3
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A Word From Alex Haley

p. 4
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A Note of Acknowledgment

p. 4
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African Americans and the Appalachian Heritage

pp. 5-8
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An Appalachian Afro-American Family

pp. 9-13
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On Winged Feet

p. 13
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"One Blood": Berea's Black Settlers

pp. 14-19
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Memories Draw Generations Back to Lynch

pp. 20-22
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From Slavery I Sing

pp. 23-24
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Town Mountain: Pioneer Families

pp. 25-26
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Wisdom

p. 26
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The South Asheville Colored Cemetery, 1840-1943

pp. 27-29
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A Yard Sale for Gideon

pp. 30-33
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Monument to Man

p. 33
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Mollie Gabe

pp. 34-37
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Just Who Is Bernie Bickerstaff?

pp. 38-43
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Jazz in the Mountains?: One Town's Amazing Story

pp. 44-50
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Spicy Editorials and Fearless Sayings: The Black Press in West Virginia

pp. 51-55
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To a Friend

p. 56
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Homage to a Hidden Heritage: Black Women Quilt-Makers

pp. 57-60
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The Civil Rights Struggle: Early Days in Southern West Virginia

pp. 61-65
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Black Pioneer Poet: Effie Waller Smith

pp. 66-67
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Heredity

p. 66
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My Native Mountains

p. 67
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Mountain Masters, Slavery, and the Sectional Crisis in Western North Carolina (review)

pp. 68-70
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Appalachian Community Fund

p. 70
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Books in Print About Black Appalachians

pp. 71-74
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Innocence

p. 74
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Appalshop and African Americans in Appalachia

pp. 75-76
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Contributors

p. 77
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Research Areas

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