A SPECIAL ISSUE ON WOMEN IN APPALACHIA.
"An Appalachian Odyssey: An Interview with Patricia D. Beaver" by Bruce E. Stewart;
"On Stage and In Class: Women Artists in Mid-19th-Century Wheeling" by Barbara J. Howe;
"The Appalachian 'Granny': Testing the Boundaries of Female Power in Late-19th-Century Appalachian Georgia" by Mary Ella Engel;
"The Maternalist Politics of Road Construction at Pine Mountain Settlement School, 1900-1935" by Deborah L. Blackwell;
"Restoring the Woman Reformer: Helen Hastie Dingman and 'Mountain Work,' 1916-1950" by Penny Messinger;
"At Home on the Mountain: Appalachia in Lillian Smith's Life and Work" by Robert C. Poister;
"Moving Forward: Gender and Globalization in/of Appalachian Studies" by Mary K. Anglin.
Poetry by Pauletta Hansel ("At Thirteen," "Coal"), and George Ella Lyon ("Clearing Your House," "Labor"), and Artress Bethany White ("Planting Seeds").
With the "Signs of the Times," "Chronicle," "Appalachia by the Numbers," and a letter from guest editor Bruce E. Stewart