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  Volume 17, Number 1, Winter 1989

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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Fog Over Eastern Kentucky

p. 3
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This Side of . . . . . . the Mountain

pp. 4-5
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Eye 79

pp. 6-9
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The Practical Art of Walnut Cracking

pp. 10-12
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Good Seed

pp. 13-14
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The Last Time I Was In Colley's

pp. 15-17
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Children of Cain

p. 17
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The Curious Southern Custom of Coon Hunting

pp. 18-20
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Marge: When the Sarvice Blooms . . .

p. 21
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A Visit With Verna Mae Slone

pp. 22-27
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Nathan McTigue's Gift

pp. 28-31
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Wade

pp. 32-35
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Come Quiet Please

p. 35
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Piney Wood Ballad

p. 36
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Memories and Weeds

p. 37
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Sawyer at Evening

pp. 38-41
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The Dew at North Ace

p. 41
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New Organ

p. 41
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Selling the Car

pp. 42-47
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The Death of a Railroad Town: Boyhood Memories

pp. 48-54
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Frost on the Years

p. 54
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The Killing Frost

p. 55
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Winter Morning

p. 55
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A Woman Forgetting the Death of Her Sons

p. 55
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Paper Dresses

pp. 56-60
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A Woman's Best Friend

p. 61
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A Shadow Home

p. 61
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Beech Creek: A Study of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood (review)

p. 62
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A Dancing Fox. Collected Poems: 1949-1985 (review)

pp. 62-63
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The Milkweed Ladies (review)

pp. 63-64
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Haskell (review)

pp. 64-65
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It Only Hurts When I Smile (review)

pp. 65-66
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By the Ford of Yellow Flowers

p. 66
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New Appalachian Books

pp. 67-74
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On Entering Appalachia

p. 74
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Fragile

p. 74
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Contributors

pp. 75-76
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Research Areas

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