Volume 14, Number 3, Summer 1986

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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All Day Singing and Dinner on the Grounds

p. 3
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This Side of the Mountain

pp. 4-6
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Lost and Found

p. 7
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Supper Time

p. 7
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Our Home Comfort Range

pp. 8-11
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The Drawing

p. 11
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Old School on the New

p. 12
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The Visit

pp. 13-15
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The Bench

p. 16
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Anderson's Appalachian Years

pp. 18-23
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Upward Mobility, and: Downward Mobility, and: Immobility

p. 23
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Papaw

p. 24
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John Knox in Paradise

pp. 25-31
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Aunt Mallie's Theories

p. 31
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Who Will Speak for Us?

pp. 32-34
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The Spot

p. 34
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Near Places, Far Places

pp. 35-42
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Quilt Maker

p. 42
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Dusky Dark

pp. 43-44
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Light Shine

p. 44
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The Craftman's Work

p. 44
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These Are My People, This Is My Home

pp. 45-51
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Ascent—The Luna Moth

p. 51
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Crops

p. 52
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A West Virginia Memory

p. 52
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A Rose by Another Name is a Damned Brier

pp. 53-54
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The Green Turf

pp. 55-58
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Cherry Tree Nature

p. 58
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Cowboys and Indians

p. 59
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Countryside Going Past

p. 59
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To Bixby Creek Again

p. 59
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The Day Marilyn Monroe Died

pp. 60-64
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Different Shades of Green

p. 64
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Junebug Days

p. 65
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Deathless

p. 65
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Going Home

pp. 66-69
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The World in the Rain

p. 69
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Pearl (review)

p. 70
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The Training Class Finds a Mole on the Pavement

p. 70
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Basket of Summer

p. 71
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Water Striders on Papermill Creek

p. 71
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Another Dandelion Poem

p. 71
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New Appalachian Books

pp. 72-78
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Sunfish

p. 78
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What the Squirrel Sees

p. 78
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Contributors in this Issue

pp. 79-80
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