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  Volume 2, Number 4 / Volume 3, Number 1, Fall-Winter 1974-1975

Table of Contents

From: Appalachian Heritage

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Introduction: Links with the Past

p. 3
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Knott County Comes Into Being: Some Background and Details

pp. 4-13
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Early Times

pp. 14-15
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My Married Life

pp. 16-17
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The Civil War

pp. 18-19
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Letter from Hillard H. Smith to Ann Raleigh Eastham

pp. 19-23
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A Slone's Eye View of Knott

pp. 24-29
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Origin of Names of Places and Streams In Some Eastern Kentucky Counties

pp. 30-34
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Early English Slang Survivals In the Kentucky Mountains

pp. 34-36
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Progenitor of Hays Family: Indian Tomahawk Victim

pp. 37-42
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Five Old Persons Live in Memory-Filled House

pp. 42-46
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Breaking out of The "Sticks": Being the Chronicle of a Young Kentucky Mountaineer

pp. 47-54
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From Log Cabin School in Kentucky's Feud Country to the Sorbonne . . . and Beyond

pp. 55-57
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A Traditional Ballad from the Kentucky Mountains

pp. 58-64
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A Small Portfolio of Pictures: Of Old Time People and Things

pp. 65-71
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Knott County in the Fiction of Lucy Furman

pp. 72-86
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'Fessor Clarke: Pioneer Educator in Feud Country

pp. 87-93
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The Quare Women

pp. 94-107
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The Little Brown House

pp. 96-107
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The School at Pippa Passes

pp. 108-116
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How the Mystery Was Solved

pp. 117-123
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A Teamster Emeritus, and: The New Generation, and: "Hants", and: The Silver-Piece

pp. 124-127
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Uncle Tutt's Typhoids

pp. 128-135
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A Ride on the Short Dog

pp. 136-141
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The Hills of a Child, and: Journey Down Troublesome, and: Excerpt from Time, and: Cumberland Waters

pp. 142-144
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