Volume 32 No. 3

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"'That's What They're All Singing About': Appalachian Heritage, Celtic Pride, and American Nationalism at the 2003 Smithsonian Folklife Festival" by Emily Satterwhite. "'Living Poor and Voting Rich' in Appalachia" by David Sutton. "An American Conflict: Representing the 1974 Kanawha County Textbook Controversy" by Carol Mason.

Poetry by Richard Hague ("The Job Of Work"), Sherry Beasley ("The Churn" and "Last Night on Earth"), and Jo Carson ("Spring Rites").

Reviews by William C. Hamilton (The Bluegrass Reader. Edited by Thomas Goldsmith), Fred J. Hay (High Mountains Rising: Appalachia in Time and Place. Edited by Richard A. Straw and H. Tyler Blethen), Lynda Ann Ewen (Black Days, Black Dust: The Memories of an African American Coal Miner by Robert Armstead with S.L. Gardner), Dan Shope (Red, White, Black and Blue: A Dual Memoir of Race and Class in Appalachia by William M. Drennen, Jr. and Kojo (William) Jones. Edited by Dolores Johnson), Merrill M. Hawkins, Jr. (The Serpent and The Spirit: Glenn Summerford's Story by Thomas Burton), Michael Montgomery (Mountain Talk: Language and Life in Southern Appalachia. Video produced by Neal Hutcheson and Walt Wolfram), Annette Coleman McGrew (Kettle Bottom by Diane Gilliam Fisher), Linda Parsons Marion (Tenderly Lift Me: Nurses Honored, Celebrated, and Remembered by Jeanne Bryner).

With the "Signs of the Times" and "Chronicle."


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