Category Archives: Appalachian Studies

Kentucky Life to Feature Face Boss

The Kentucky Life program on KET is airing a 7 minute segment about Face Boss: Memoir of a Western Kentucky Coal Miner, written by Mike Guillerman. KET is the statewide public broadcasting network for Kentucky. This segment will air April 24 (8PM EST) and Apr 25 (4:30 PM EST) on KET, and Apr 25 (7:30PM ...

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Encyclopedia of Appalachia $35 (and more great deals)

Save big on select UT Press books! Birth of a National Park in the Great Smoky Mountains 75th Anniversary Edition Was: $18.95 Now: $15 Cherokee National Forest Hiking Guide Second Edition Was: $24.95 Now: $15 Encyclopedia of Appalachia Was: $79.95 Now: $35 Echoes of Thunder A Guide to the Seven Days Battles Was: $24.95 Now: $15 Whatever You Resolve to Be Essays on Stonewall Jackson Was: $19.95 Now: $15 Memoirs of the Stuart Horse Artillery ...

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Scenes from Tennessee Living

Four fabulous gifts for the adventurer, Civil War buff, or anyone who appreciates Appalachian history and culture! The Warrior’s Path: Reflections along an Ancient Route Casey Clabough Casey Clabough hiked more than five hundred miles of the Warrior’s Path from Maryland to Tennessee. This story of Clabough's journey is also a meditation upon ...

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Encyclopedia of Appalachia Wins Weatherford Award

The Encyclopedia of Appalachia won the prestigious W. D. Weatherford Award at the 30th annual Appalachian Studies Association conference hosted this year by Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee. Presented annually by the Appalachian Studies Association and Berea College, the award honors selected published works that ...

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Home for the Holidays in Appalachia

Thirteen states between (and including) parts of New York and Mississippi constitute the enigmatic Appalachian region—home to the beautiful mountain system that shares its name. It is a region that has produced some of the most talented writers, gifted artisans, and richest lore in the world. The University of Tennessee Press is pleased to be ...

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