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John B. Rehder is a professor of geography at the University of Tennessee. His previous book, Delta Sugar: Louisiana's Vanishing Plantations, won the Vernacular Architecture Forum's 2000 Abbott Lowell Cummings Award and is also available from Johns Hopkins.
Table of Contents
|1 The Real Appalachia||1||(32)|
|2 The Shape of Appalachia||33||(20)|
|3 Ethnicity and Settlement||53||(19)|
|4 Folk Architecture and the Cultural Landscape||72||(79)|
|5 Ways of Making a Living||151||(54)|
|7 Folk Remedies and Belief Systems||224||(20)|
|8 Folk Music, Folk Art, and Folk Festivals||244||(45)|
|9 Folk Speech: Terms and Sayings||289||(12)|
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