Volume 28 No. 1

Volume: 
28
Number: 
1
Issue: 
Fall
Year: 
2000
Price: 
$10 each

"Letters: Appalachian Journal Editor Gets Mail; "Jerry Williamson: An Appreciation," by Gordon McKinney; "A Cold Day in Hell: An Interview with Jerry Williamson" interviewed by Patricia Beaver and Helen Lewis; "His Own Drummer" by John Egerton. Poetry by Hilda Downer ("Watauga Lake is Manmade") and Ron Rash ("Watauga County: 1962" and "The Call"). Reviews by Loyal Jones (Traditional Musicians of the Central Blue Ridge: Old Time, Early Country, Folk, Bluegrass Label Recording Artists, With Discographies by Marty McGee), Kathryn Newfont (Where There Are Mountains: An Environmental History of the Southern Appalachians by Donald E. Davis), Meredith Sue Willis (Brier Country: Stories from Blue Valley by Elaine Fowler Palencia), and Fred J. Hay (Citizen Power: Stories of America's New Civic Spirit by Robin Epstein). With the "Signs of the Times" and "Chronicle."

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Voices From Headwaters

voices from headwaters

Neighbor to Neighbor

Appalachian Journal Cover

CD-ROM Southern Mountaineer

The Southern Mountaineer in Fact and Fiction

Contact

Sandra L Ballard, Editor
Belk Library, Box 32026
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608
phone: 828-262-4072
fax: 828-262-2553
ballardsl@appstate.edu

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