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Festival Of American Folklife

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ISBN : IND:30000028457434
Genre : Festival of American Folklife
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Our Southern Highlanders

Author : Horace Kephart
ISBN : 9781329917057
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"The Southern highlands themselves are a mysterious realm. When I prepared, eight years ago, for my first sojourn in the Great Smoky Mountains, which form the master chain of the Appalachian system, I could find in no library a guide to that region. The most diligent research failed to discover so much as a magazine article, written within this generation, that described the land and its people. Nay, there was not even a novel or a story that showed intimate local knowledge. Had I been going to Teneriffe or Timbuctu, the libraries would have furnished information a-plenty; but about this housetop of eastern America they were strangely silent; it was terra incognita."

Summerland

Author : Elin Hilderbrand
ISBN : 0316202487
Genre : FICTION
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After a fatal car crash during a summer celebration on Nantucket island, four teenagers question if the roots of the accident lie further in the past than they seem; is true healing possible, in even these most devastating circumstance; and, can true friendship ever really die?

Night Comes To The Cumberlands A Biography Of A Depressed Area

Author : Harry M. Claudill
ISBN : 9781786252005
Genre : History
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“At the time it was first published in 1962, it framed such an urgent appeal to the American conscience that it actually prompted the creation of the Appalachian Regional Commission, an agency that has pumped millions of dollars into Appalachia. Caudill’s study begins in the violence of the Indian wars and ends in the economic despair of the 1950s and 1960s. Two hundred years ago, the Cumberland Plateau was a land of great promise. Its deep, twisting valleys contained rich bottomlands. The surrounding mountains were teeming with game and covered with valuable timber. The people who came into this land scratched out a living by farming, hunting, and making all the things they need-including whiskey. The quality of life in Appalachia declined during the Civil War and Appalachia remained “in a bad way” for the next century. By the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, Appalachia had become an island of poverty in a national sea of plenty and prosperity. Caudill’s book alerted the mainstream world to our problems and their causes. Since then the ARC has provided millions of dollars to strengthen the brick and mortar infrastructure of Appalachia and to help us recover from a century of economic problems that had greatly undermined our quality of life.”-Print ed.

Legends Of The Seminoles

Author : Betty Mae Jumper
ISBN : 9781561640331
Genre : Social Science
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A collection of Seminole Indian folk stories talk about characters human, animal, and spirit who act out important lessons about living in the natural world of the Florida Everglades

Palmetto Leaves

Author : Harriet Beecher Stowe
ISBN : UVA:X002044860
Genre : Florida
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Largely descriptive of the St. John's river region of Florida.

Conjure In African American Society

Author : Jeffrey E. Anderson
ISBN : 0807130923
Genre : History
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Conjure's ability to merge supernaturalism and religion-along with a widespread belief in, fear of, or respect for conjure's effectiveness-has made it a force across generations, Anderson shows, and not only among blacks. New Age spiritualism, Afro-Caribbean syncretic faiths, and modern psychological understandings of magic have all contributed to a recent revival of conjure.By critically examining the many influences that have shaped conjure over time, Anderson effectively redefines magic as a cultural power, one that has profoundly touched the arts, black Christianity, and American society overall.

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