SOURCE: East Fork
Black Mountain: The People Who Fed Me
by Cynthia Greenlee
Food and place intersect in the author's efforts to preserve the history of Black Appalachia as tourism-driven gentrification changes western North Carolina.
Climate Change Just Erased the Past in Kentucky. Where Will it Happen Next?
by Tina A. Irvine
The archives of the Hindman Settlement School in Knott County were inundated by flood waters on July 28—a devastating loss of one community's history and culture, and a warning to historians that our knowledge of the past is at risk from climate change.
Appalachian history professors applaud Tennessee bill recognizing dialect
The bill states that people of the Appalachian Mountains are misunderstood and their dialect is often seen as uneducated. If the bill passed, it would legitimize the Appalachian dialect.
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