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  Volume 5, Number 3, Summer 1977

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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Special Issue

Introduction: Dedication to Emily Ann Smith

pp. 3-5
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An Interview With Emily Ann Smith

pp. 6-11
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Love

pp. 12-15
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A Grave Must Have A Stone

pp. 16-20
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Sagegrass

pp. 21-22
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We Have Returned

pp. 23-28
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Mountain Dirge Now, and: Dead Donnie The Banjo Man

pp. 29-30
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An Old Man, and: The Craft Shop, and: Dreams of My Mountain Past and Present

pp. 31-33
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Spring, and: Waking, and: The Politics of Invention

pp. 33-34
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Wasted Radiance, and: Chrysanthemums, and: Bumblestaria

pp. 35-37
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The Road Back

pp. 38-41
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Staying & Leaving

pp. 41-45
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A Felt Linkage

pp. 45-49
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Appalachian Values And The Future

pp. 50-58
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Memories Of Musical Moments

pp. 59-64
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Dave Couch, His Family Story

pp. 65-73
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Appalachia Is A State Of Mind

pp. 74-76
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Nostalgia

p. 77
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The Orchard, and: Reading Your Poems

pp. 78-80
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The Up River Train, and: "A Rose for Emily"

pp. 80-81
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Pattern Of A Man & Other Stories (review)

pp. 82-83
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The McCoys: Their Story

pp. 83-86
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Why Only Thomas Wolfe?: Some Questions And An Answer

pp. 86-88
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