Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center Main Archive
AC 039


Summary Information

McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections
Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center Main Archive
AC 039
Date [inclusive]
32 Linear feet
Physical Description
The Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center Main Archive consists of original projects, select journal issues, class projects, reviews, and other information kept in the ARRSC. This collection retains the organization and numbering system in place at the time it was transferred to the University Archives.
Located in locked compact shelving, level 1.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center, Appalachian Collection, McConnell Library, Radford University, Radford, VA.

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HISTORical Note

The Appalachian Rural and Regional Studies Center was started in 1994 by Dr. Grace Toney Edwards and was housed in Buchanan Hall on the Radford University campus. Dr. Edwards retired from the university in 2010 and the department was then put under the direction of Dr. Theresa Burris. At the direction of provost Sam Minner, the archive was permanently transferred to McConnell Library in October 2013, at which time the ARRSC was temporarily without office or storage space, having been effectively albeit unofficially dissolved by order of the provost. The center has since been partially reopened in a different location.

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Scope and Contents

The Main Archive of the Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center (originally Appalachian Regional Studies Center) is a diverse collection of 905 printed items (some with audio and photographs) created or published primarily between 1973 and 2010 and compiled between 1981 and 2010. Most of the collection consists of unpublished individual and collaborative papers and projects, scholarly and creative, contributed  by Radford University students enrolled primarily in English and Appalachian Studies courses from freshman to graduate level account for more than a third of the collection. The remainder comprises various donated documents and work created by professional scholars, journalists, publicists, and creative writers. Works include analyses, brochures, criticism, essays, fiction, pamphlets, poetry, (event) programs, reviews, and teaching guides addressing topics such as film, folklore and folklife, music, popular culture, photography, the Selu Conservancy (at Radford University), visual arts, and women’s studies, as viewed from perspectives within the liberal arts and the social and natural sciences. 

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Materials are arranged and numbered as established by the Appalchian Regional and Rural Studies Center.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

McConnell Library Archives and Special Collections

McConnell Library
PO Box 6881
Radford, Virginia

Restrictions to Access

An appointment for research is required. The collection is open for research. No interlibrary loan.

Custodial Note

This archive was created and maintained by members of the Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center and both their organization and numbering system has been maintained.


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Collection Inventory

Box 1:

Folder 1: 194.1.a. Reflections of Yesterday, by Jenny Leadbetter, undated.

Folder 2: 194.2.a. Compilation of Papers from Folklore Class, various authors, undated.

Folder 3: 194.3.a. The Richness of Appalachian Culture; Autobiographical Strains in Harriette Arnow's Mountain Path, by Frances Helphinstine, undated.

Folder 4: 194.4.a. A Tragedy at Hillsville: A Full Length Play, by Ronald M. Larson, 1978.

Folder 5: 194.5.a. A Preliminary and Selectively Annotated Bibliography on Land Ownership and Property Taxation, with an emphasis on Appalachia, by Steve Fisher, 1979.

Folder 6: 194.6.a. A Selective Bibliography on Appalachia, with an Emphasis on Political Economy, by Steve Fisher, 1981.

Folder 7: 194.7.a. Highland History, by various authors, 1981.

Box 2:

Folder 1: 194.8.a. A Journey Through Appalachia, by various authors, 1981.

Folder 2: 194.9.a. I Wonder as I Wander, by various authors, 1981.

Folder 3: 194.10.a. Some Appalachian Short Stories: A Bibliogrphy, by Sue E. Watts, 1973.

Folder 4: 195.9.a. The History of the Bowles Family, by Thomas Farquhar, 1907.

Folder 5: 194.10.b. Exploring Appalachia: Exposure to its Culture, by Grace Toney Edwards, 1974.

Folder 6: 194.10.c. Resources for the Study of Appalachia: Bibliography, by Mabel Y. Moser, 1974.

Folder 7: 194.10.d. Source Book for Appalachian Music Studies, by Joan Moser, 1975.

Folder 8: 194.10.e. Text for Quilting Kit, by Diane O'Dell, undated.

Folder 9: 194.10.f. The Application of Appalachian Studies for Curriculum Enrichment, by Theresa M. Bisset, 1977.

Folder 10: 194.10.g. Science and Appalachia, by Margaret Blair Price, 1977.

Folder 11: 194.10.h. An Introductory Course in Folk Music for Advanced Secondary Level, by Cathy Hanby, 1979.

Folder 12: 194.10.i. Checklist for Novels Dealing with the Southern Appalachian Area for Grades 5-12, by Shonna Sue Houser, 1980.

Folder 13: 194.10.j. Appalachian Literature and Culture: A Teaching Unit for High School Students, by Joan M. Bernnan, 1981.

Folder 14: 194.10.k. Community-Based Citizenship Education: A Goal for Junior High Appalachian Studies.

Box 3:

Folder 1: 194.10.l. Religious Folk and Folklike Music in Appalachia, by William Tallmadge, undated.

Folder 2: 194.11.a. Collection of Civil War Letters, by Casey Hash, 1983.

Folder 3: 194.12.a. The Elderly in Appalachia: Plight or Priviledge?, by Molly Parker, 1983.

Folder 4: 194.13.a. The Art of "Tatting"- Demonstrated at the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival (Oct 1983), by Eileen M. Clark, 1983.

Folder 5: 194.13.b. Shingle Making, by Jakki Hutt, 1983.

Folder 6: 194.14.a. The ABC's of Appalachia, by various authors, 1983.

Folder 7: 194.15.a. Bibliography of Appalachian Materials: McConnell Library 1981/1982.

Folder 8: 194.16.a. The Atom, Appalachia, and the Cherokee: Seventh Annual Highland Summer Conference at Radford University, 1984.

Folder 9: 194.17.a. Humanizing Instructionfrom an Appalachian Standpoint, by Rebecca D. Hancock, 1984.

Folder 10: 194.18.a. A Follow Up to the ABC's of Appalachia: A Study of Appalachian Studies in the Public Schools, by Thelma Peck, 1984.

Box 4:

Folder 1: 194.19.a. The ABC's of Appalachian Studies: University Students Write a Children's Book, by Melinda Bollar Wagner, 1984

Folder 2: 194.20.a. Tools and their Use, by John L. David, 1984.

Folder 3: 194.20.b. The Problems of an Appalachian Education.

Folder 3: 194.20.c. They Can't Put It Back, by Molly Parker, 1984.

Folder 4: 194.20.d. Project Evaluation for: Healing the Natural Way, by Marrion W. Ward, 1984.

Folder 5: 194.20.e. The Generations, by Millard D.Covey, 1984.

Folder 6: 194.21.a. Poetry 310, Fall 1984.

Folder 7: 194.22.a. Booklet for Teaching the Mountain Empire, by Linda H. Miller, 1984.

Folder 8: 194.23.a. Beyond the ABC's of Appalachia: A Book to Accompany the ABC's of Appalachia, by various authors, 1984.

Folder 9: 194.24.a. Supernatural Folklrore: Ghosts and Witches, by Grover Stevens, 1984.

Folder 10: 194.25.a. Diversity is Beautiful Teaching Kit (Multi-Part), by various authors, 1975.

Folder 11: 194.26.a. Memories of Breece, by Grace Toney Edwards, undated.

Box 5:

Folder 1: 194.27.a. Tommy Ingles: Child Captive, Indian Brave, Reacculturated Frontiersman.

Folder 2: 194.27.b. Elements of Romanticism in "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" and Morality and Volition in "Christmas Eve on Lonesome".

Folder 3: 194.27.c. Investigation Into Cultural and Environmental Exploitation As Seen in the Works of John Fox Jr.

Folder 4: 194.27.d. A Source Study in Authenticity: John Fo,x Jr. and the Clashing Cultures.

Folder 5: 194.27.e. Resource Materials on John Fox, Jr.

Folder 6: 194.27.f. John Fox, Jr.: Personal and Family Letters and Papers Compiled by Elizabeth Fox Moore.

Folder 7: 194.27.g. John Fox and Tom Page As They Were.

Folder 8: 194.27.h. Journals of William Cabell Moore.

Folder 9: 194.28.a. Best Wishes: Bob Kramp (Uncle Mud) and Annie, by Bob Kramp, 1985.

Folder 10: 194.29.a. An Attempt to Define Children's Appalachian Fiction, by Connie Joyce, 1985.

Folder 11: 194.29.b. Interviews With Lou Crabtree, by Connie Joyce, 1987.

Folder 12: 194.29.c. Using the Interview Assignment: Strategies and Applications, by Connie Joyce, undated.

Folder 13: 194.30.a. Impact of the Urban Folk Revival of the Post-World War II Era on American Culture, by Richard Straw, undated.

Folder 14: 194.31.a. The Short Stories of Emma Bell Miles, by Bonnie Stevens, 1986.

Folder 15: 194.32.a. The Captivity and Escape of Mary Draper Ingles: Her Story Lives On, by Laura C. Binder, 1986.

Folder 16: 194.33.a. Writing From Groundhog Mountain, by various authors, 1986.

Folder 17: 194.34.a. Living the College Live in 1986 Style, by various authors, 1986.

Folder 18: 194.35.a. Crossings: Into Twentieth-Century Appalachia, by various authors, 1986.

Folder 19: 194.36.a. Family Linen and Oral History: Are There Similarities?, by Regina Rice, 1987.

Folder 20: 194.37.a. Sweet Hollow: Stories Through Lou Crabtree's Eyes, by Stephen D. Cagle, 1987

Folder 21: 194.38.a. Tom Barr: Instrument Maker, by Maureen Reid, undated.

Folder 22: 194.38.b. Review of The Pioneers by James Fenimore Cooper, by Mosie Reid, 1987.

Folder 23: 194.39.a. Dialogue With a Dead Man: Jim Wayne Miller Critical Study, by George W. Sharp, 1987.

Folder 24: 194.40.a. Harriet Arnow's Assessment of Appalachia's Role in the Industrialization of the United States, by Ted Couillard, 1987.

Folder 25: 194.41.a. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings: A Mountain Passage, by Louis D. Silveri, undated.

Box 6:

Folder 1: 194.42.a. Quilting: History, Stories, Heritage, by Sonya Leigh Austin, 1985.

Folder 2: 194.42.b. Home Remedies, by Diane Hollandsworty, 1985

Folder 3: 194.42.c. Strengthening the Ties that Bind, by Jennifer Keith, 1985.

Folder 4: 194.42.d. A Step Back in Time on Smithfield Plantation, by Amy Robinson, 1985.

Folder 5: 194.42.e. Awareness of Appalachian Heritage Project, by Phyllis Yopp, 1985.

Folder 6: 198.7.a. Broomcraft, by Jeanette L. Banks, 1987.

Box 7:

Folder 1: 194.43.a. Spotlight on Local Lore: Feeling Into Form, by various authors, undated.

Folder 2: 194.43.b. Passing the Lore to Our Youngins': A Bibliography of Southern Culture, by Mary Campell, undated.

Folder 3: 194.44.a. Essay Re: Jim Wayne Miller, by Rhonda Catron, undated.

Folder 4: 194.44.b. Thesis Proposal: Jim Wayne Miller's Work, by Rhonda Catron, 1988.

Folder 5: 194.44.c. The More Things Change: First Version, by Rhonda Catron, undated.

Folder 6: 194.44.d. Nostalgia, by Rhonda Catron, undated.

Folder 7: 194.44.e. On Brier, His Book, by Rhonda Catron, undated.

Folder 8: 194.44.f. Interview with Jim Wayne Miller, by Rhonda Catron, 1989.

Folder 9: 194.45.a. America's Appalachia: Play Script, WSWP-TV

Folder 10: 194.46.a. Intercultural Factors Affecting Access to Legal Aid: Improving Appalachian Women's Lives, by Sandra L. Stanwitz, 1988.

Folder 11: 194.47.a. Love of Place, Love of Home, by JoAnn Asbury, 1987.

Folder 12: 194.47.b. Appalachian Man: The Forgotten Hero, by JoAnn Asbury, 1987.

Folder 13: 194.47.c. A Pattern that Endures: Marilou Awiakta's Love of Place, by JoAnn Asbury, 1988.

Folder 14: 194.48.a. The Spirit of the Mountains: A Critique, by Paul Cox, 1988.

Folder 15: 194.49.a. Robert Mize, Traditional Dulcimer Maker, by Teresa Wheeling, 1984.

Folder 16: 194.49.b. River of Earth: The Play, by Teresa Wheeling, 1987.

Folder 17: 194.49.c. Across the Mountains: Appalachian Literature and he Unsuspecting Student, by Teresa Wheeling, 1988.

Box 8:

Folder 1: 194.50.a. Me and My Class, by various authors, 1987.

Folder 2: 194.50.b. Fire Won't Bend Everything: The Overlapping of Two Heroines, by Michael Edwards, 1988.

Folder 3: 194.51.b. Final Examination: Essay, by Michael Edwards, 1988.

Folder 4: 194.51.c. De(con)struction of the Literary Text: Good vs. Bad in 'The Mark', by Michael Edwards, undated.

Folder 5: 194.52.a. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Photographs 1989, by Marianne Moore, 1989.

Folder 6: 194.53.a. Regional Realism, by Ruth Fisher, 1989.

Folder 7: 194.53.b. Mountain Magic: Storytelling in Word and Song, by Judy Vance, 1989.

Folder 8: 194.53.c. Keepers of the Folklore: Students and Teachers, by Wanda C. Wingo, 1989.

Folder 9: 194.53.d. Margaret, by Verna B. Brumfield, 1989.

Folder 10: 194.54.a. Caves and Karst of the New River Valley, Virginia, by Ernst H. Kastning, 1989.

Folder 11: 194.55.a. Appalachia, My Heritage, by Joey Turner, 1989.

Folder 12 194.56.a. The Montgomery County Story: The Black Sisters, by Regina Meredith, 1989.

Folder 13: 194.57.a. Blue Ridge Farm Study, by Ricky Cox, 1989.

Box 9:

Folder 1: 194.58.a Machines in Floyd County, by Ricky Cox, 1986.

Folder 2: 194.58.b. Used Parts and the Poetic Impulse: Machines as an Alternative Means of Expression, by Ricky Cox, 1988.

Folder 3: 194.58.c. The Blue Ridge Folklife Festival as Systematic Cultural Intervention, by Ricky Cox, 1985.

Folder 4: 194.58.d. Ferrum Folklife Festival Analysis, by Ricky Cox, 1985.

Folder 5: 194.58.e. Government Regulations and Their Effects on the Grade C Dairy in Southwest Virginia, by Ricky Cox, undated.

Folder 6: 194.58.f. Traditional Music in Appalachian Folk Culture, by Ricky Cox, undated.

Folder 7: 194.58.g. Appalachia in the Sixties: Decade of Reawakening, by Ricky Cox, 1985.

Folder 8: 194.58.h. We Be Here When the Morning Comes: Review and Analysis, by Ricky Cox, 1985.

Folder 9: 194.58.i. Appalachian Studies and the Native Student: Resource or Refuge?, by Ricky Cox, 1986.

Folder 10: 194.58.j. The Mechanical Metaphor: Machine and Tool Images in the Mountains Have Come Closer, by Ricky Cox, 1986.

Folder 11: 194.58.k. The Spirit of the Mountains: A Critical Review, by Ricky Cox, 1987.

Folder 12: 194.58.l. The Brier Sermon: Signpost in Appalachian Studies, by Ricky Cox, 1987.

Folder 13: 194.58.m. Storytelling, by Ricky Cox, 1989.

Folder 14: 194.58.n. Jesse Stuart: Voice of the Appalachians, by Ricky Cox, 1982.

Folder 15: 194.59.a. Jesse Stuart's 'Daughter of the Legend', by Parks Lanier, Jr., undated.

Folder 16: 194.60.a. A Comparative Approach to Appalachia's Uniqueness: Arnow's 'The Dollmaker' and Steinbeck's 'Grapes of Wrath', by Stephen D. Cagle, 1990

Folder 17: 194.61.a. Religious Free Thinkers in the Southern Mountains, by Henry J. Weaver, 1990.

Folder 18: 194.62.a. She Do the Police in Different Voices: Alterity, Polyophony, and Presence by Erasure in Lee Smith's 'Oral History', by Rodger Cunningham, undated.

Folder 19: 194.63.a. Cultural Influences on Appalachian Mountain Oral English, by Terry Anderson, 1990.

Folder 20: 194.63.b. Seminar in Appalachian Studies: Research Paper, by Marilyn T. Grubbs, 1990.

Folder 21: 194.64.a. Realization in Appalachia, by Melanie Lawson, undated.

Box 10:

Folder 1: 194.65.a. Anything Will Bend If You Put Enough Fire To It: Coal Mining Effects on Appalachia in Denise Giardina's 'Storming Heaven' by Brigitte LaPresto, undated.

Folder 2: 194.65.b. Appalachian Craftsmen: An Oral History, by Mont Whitson, 1983.

Folder 3: 194.65.c. Some Thoughts on Science and Technology in Appalachia, by J. Ronale Willoughby, 1985.

Folder 4: 194.65.d. Images of Appalachia in Tourist Literature: Commercialization of Cultural Difference?, by various authors, 1985.

Folder 5: 194.65.e. Institutions and Appalachia: Towards A General Model, by Thomas R. Shannon, 1985.

Folder 6: 194.65.f. The Significance of the Ingles' Ferry in the Settling of the Appalachian Region, by Laura C. Binder, 1985.

Folder 7: 194.65.g. The Blue Ridge Parkway and Its Effects on Local People, by Kimberly Ann Burnette, 1985.

Folder 8: 194.65.h. Dialect Effects in Appalachian Students' Written Compositions, by Rebecca G. Eller, 1986.

Folder 9: 194.65.i. Intercultural Factors Affecting Access to Legal Aid: Improving Appalachian Women's Lives, by Sandra L. Stanwitz, 1988.

Folder 10: 194.65.j. The Tale of Red Emmy: An Irish Witch in Appalachia, by Gena D. Wagaman, 1989.

Folder 11: 194.66.a. Abstracts of Papers: New River Symposium 1988.

Folder 12: 194.67.a. Early Appalachian Photographers: The Works of William Barnhill and Margaret Morely, by Richard A. Straw, 1985.

Folder 13: 194.68.a. Prayers of My Life, by Jane Elizabeth Richmond, undated.

Folder 14: 194.69.a. Sports and Play in Southern Appalachia: A Tentative Appraisal, by Robert J. Higgs, undated.

Folder 15: 194.70.a. A Story of Appalachian Women: Influences of Culture on Lifestyle, by Mike McFarland, 1980.

Folder 16: 194.71.a. Jeff Daniel Marion: Allied with Authenticity, by Amanda L. Luckadoo, undated.

Folder 17: 194.72.a. Folklife Interview at Ferrum College: Twisting Tobacco, by Jamie Kroeber, 1986.

Folder 18: 194.72.b. Report on Ferrum Folklife Festival, by W. Steve Watson, 1986.

Folder 19: 194.73.a. Mr. Charles Davis, Beekeeper: Appalachian Folklore Festival, by Rebecca Davis, 1986.

Folder 20: 194.74.a. My Father's House: An Inspiration from Lee Smith, by Tim Hayes, 1991.

Folder 21: 194.75.a. Redefining 'Higher Education' Through the Appalachian Teachers' Network, by Jim Minick, 1991.

Folder 22 194.75.b. The Wheel of Life: Wendell Berry and Southern Appalachia, by Jim Minick, 1990.

Folder 23: 194.75.c. Becoming Rooted, by Jim Minick, undated.

Box 11:

Folder 1: 194.76.a. Three Men to a Bed: The Coming of the Arsenal, The 1940's, and the Building of Fairlawn, by Parks Lanier etal, 1991.

Folder 2: 194.77.a. Poetics of Appalachian Space, by various authors, 1990.

Folder 3: 194.78.a. Crocks, Jugs, and Jars: The Smith Pottery.

Folder 4: 194.78.b. Spinning in the Southern Appalachians.

Folder 5: 194.79.a. Strike as Protest: Nonviolence and the United Mine Worker's Strike Against Pittston, by Paul J. Weingartner, 1991.

Folder 6: 194.80.a. Lesson Plan: Folk Tales, by Karen S. Barr, 1992.

Folder 7: 194.80.b. Reading Book and Personal Oral Story: Pioneer Days, by Elizabeth McGraw, 1992.

Folder 8: 194.80.c Whole Language: Sixth Grade: Multiculturalism, by Virginia Crouch, 1992.

Folder 9: 194.81.a. What's Been Going On: A Fiction Sampler from Section 03 Fall Semester 1992.

Box 12:

Folder 1: 194.82.a. What's Cookin' in Appalachia?, by various authors, 1992.

Folder 2: 194.83.a. Walking Sticks: Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Valerie Brown, 1992.

Folder 3: 194.83.b. Blacksmithing: Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Sharon Hampton, 1992.

Folder 4: 194.83.c. Coon Dog Contests: Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Leigh Holmes,

Folder 5: 194.83.d. Instrument Making With Audrey Hash-Ham, by Jacquie Krause, 1992.

Folder 6: 194.83.e. Banjo Basics, by Steve Mathews, 1992.

Folder 7: 194.83.f. Wart Charming: Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Shannon Mitchell, 1992.

Folder 8: 194.83.g. Sock Doll Making: Josephine Sink, by Jessica Williams, 1992.

Folder 9: 194.83.h. A Harvest of Moonshine, by Lynn Thye, 1992.

Folder 10: 194.84.a. Wizard of the North: Sir Walter Scott and the Romantic Connection to Folklore in America, by Phillip R. Leonard

Folder 11: 194.84.b. Keepers of the Lore: Comparisons of the Lives of Sir Walter Scott and Bascom Lamar Lunsford, by Phillip R. Leonard, 1991.

Folder 12: 194.84.c. Appalachian Author: A Comprehensive Bibliography of the Writings of Loyal E. Jones, by Phillip R. Leonard, 1991.

Folder 13: 194.84.d. Mystics, Dreamers, and Fancies: Ray Hicks and the Storytelling Tradition on Beech Mountain, by Phillip R. Leonard, 1992.

Folder 14: 194.85.a. Feminism in Lee Smith's Writing, by Lorie Pruitt, 1992.

Folder 15: 194.86.a. Religion as a Means of Life: A Review of Harriet Arnow's 'The Dollmaker', by April Herndon, 1992.

Folder 16: 194.87.a. Folklore in Literature, by Wanda Dotson, 1992.

Folder 17: 194.88.a. Why the French Invaded Appalachia: Another Look at Harriet Arnow's 'The Dollmaker' Through a French Feminist Perspective, by Christi C. Leftwich, 1991.

Folder 18: 194.88.b. An Outsider's Image of Appalachia in the 1920's: Lucy Furman and her Audience Struggle, by Christi C. Leftwich, undated.

Folder 19: 194.88.c. Storming Heaven and Matewan: Comparison.

Folder 20: 194.89.a. Selu Restoration, by Christi C. Leftwich, undated.

Folder 21: 194.89.b. Interview With Mintha Duncan, by Christi C. Leftwich, 1991.

Folder 22: 194.89.c. Interview with John Bowles, by Christi C. Leftwich, 1991.

Folder 23: 194.89.d. Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Carrroll, by Christi C. Leftwich, 1991.

Folder 24: 194.89.e. Interview with Nellie Duncan, by Christi C. Leftwich, 1992.

Folder 25: 194.89.f. Selu Conservancy Project: Informal Descriptions, by Christi C. Leftwich, undated.

Folder 26: 194.89.g. Information from Deed Search.

Folder 27: 194.89.h. Auchindrain Museum.

Box 13:

Folder 1: 194.90.a. A Century Apart: Joined By the Heart: Mary Wollstonecraft and Emma Bell Miles, by Nancy Taylor, undated.

Folder 2: 194.91.a. Broom Making: Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Rhonda Catron, undated.

Folder 3: 194.91.b. The Keeping of Bees, by Stephen D. Cagle, 1987.

Folder 4: 194.92.a. Museum of American Frontier Culture Field Trip, by Lynne K. Bishop, 1993.

Folder 5: 194.92.b. The American Farmstead, by Lola M. Coleman, 1993.

Folder 6: 194.92.c. The Scotch-Irish Farm, by Susan M. Dalton, 1993. .

Folder 7: 194.93.a. Making A Buck: Social and Economic Adaptations in an Appalachian Flea Market, by various authors, 1993.

Folder 8: 194.94.a.Reflections of Excellence: Essays on Teaching, by various authors, 1994.

Folder 9: 194.95.a. Perspectives of Appalachia from the Motherland as Perceived by an Appalachian Abroad, by Grace Toney Edwards, 1992.

Folder 10: 194.96.a. Bowles Family Photographs.

Folder 11: 194.97.a. Religion in Appalachia.

Folder 12: 194.98.a. Appalachia, Heart of the Appalachian Region: Working Ideas for Development, by various authors, 1994.

Folder 13: 194.99.a. Understanding Regional Dialect, by Claire Waldron, 1992.

Folder 14: 194.99.b. A Broad Study of Social Attitudes and Language Variety, by R. Keith O'Dell, undated.

Folder 15: 194.99.c. Folklore of Southern West Virginia, edited by Robert Joyce, undated.

Folder 16: 194.99.d. The Appalachian Attitude Toward Land, by Melinda Bollar Wagner, 1986.

Folder 17: 194.99.e. Gaston Bachelard, Fifth Graders, College Freshmen, and a Classroom, by Bill Best, 1986.

Folder 18: 194.99.f. The Abingdon Branch: Recollections of the Early Days of a Railroad Era, by Robert S. Jones, undated.

Folder 19: 194.99.g. Coal Mining and Women, by Carolyn Doyle, 1986.

Box 14:

Folder 1: 194.99.h. Traditional Appalachian Culture and Traditional Scottish Highland Culture Compared: A Personal Perspective, by Clyde H. Ray, 1988.

Folder 2: 194.99.i. Jesse Stuart's Archetypal Vision of Appalachian Culture: The Thread Still Runs True, by Edgar H. Thompson, undated.

Folder 3: 194.99.j. Agriculture in Preindustrial Appalachia: Subsistence Farming in Beech Creek, 1950-1880, by Paul J. Weingartner, undated.

Folder 4: 194.99.k. A Loss Keenly Felt: High School Consolidation and Community, by William Hyde, 1988.

Folder 5: 194.99.l. Kit Brandon's Choice, by Parks Lanier, undated.

Folder 6: 194.99.m. Appalachia in America's Future: Alternative Cultural Forms, by Melinda Bollar Wagner, 1982.

Folder 7: 194.99.n. Highlander Research and Educational Center, 1982.

Folder 8: 194.99.o. Generations: The Theme of Jim Wayne Miller's 'Dialogue With a Dead Man', by Harold Branam, 1982.

Folder 9: 194.99.p. An Ethnography of Speaking in an Appalachian Community, by George B. Ray, 1982.

Folder 10: 194.99.p. An Ethnography of Speaking in an Appalachian Community, by George B. Ray, 1982.

Folder 11: 194.99.q. The Appalachian Family and the Wage-Earning Wife: Sexism, Economic Survival or Traditionalism, by Nelda K. Daley, 1982.

Folder 12: 194.99.r. The Cherokee Religious Experience in Southern Appalachia.

Folder 13: 194.99.s. Harry Caudill and the Burden of Mountain Liberalism, by Ronald D. Eller, undated.

Folder 14: 194.99.t. Black Appalachian Migrants: The Issue of Dual Minority Status, by William W. Philliber, 1982.

Folder 15: 194.99.u. Occupational Status of Appalachian Migrant Women, by Virginia McCoy Watkins, 1982.

Folder 16: 194.99.v. Notes on Voluntary Service: Networking and Community Building, by Thomas Plaut, 1982.

Folder 17: 194.99.w. Women in Appalachian Education: An Initial Inquiry, by Ruth Scott, undated.

Folder 1: 194.100.a. Listen to the Small Voice: A One-Act Play, by Joyce L. Graham, undated.

Folder 2: 194.101.a. APPALKIDS Activity Book 1989-1990, by APPALKIDS, 1988.

Folder 3: 194.101.b. The APPALKIDS: American People Presenting Appalachian Life Through Kids in Dramatic Skits, by APPALKIDS, 1994.

Folder 4: 194.102.a. Selu: Dream and Harvest, by John H. Bowles, undated.

Folder 5: 194.103.a. William Gayheart: Pencil Artist, by Sharon Long, undated.

Folder 6: 194.104.a. A Teaching Unit on the Oral Tradition in Appalachia, by Grace Toney Edwards, undated.

Box 15:

Folder 1: 194.105.a Journal of a Voyage from Ireland to the United States.

Folder 2: 194.105.b. Education for Mutual Understanding in the Northern Ireland Curruculum: Policies, Progress, and Problems, 1993.

Folder 3: 194.105.c. The European Dimension and Initial Teacher Training-Projects, Problems, and Plans, 1992.

Folder 4: 194.105.d. Curruculum (Programmes of Study and Attainment Targets in History) Order (Northern Ireland) 1991.

Folder 5: 194.105.e. Course Syllabi: Various Subjects, NISEAC, 1995-1996.

Folder 6: 194.105.f. Guidance Materials: Various Subjects, NICC, 1991.

Folder 7: 194.105.g. Information Brief on Education in Northern Ireland, DENI, 1994.

Folder 8: 194.105.h. Cross-Community Contact Scheme 1992-1993, DENI, 1992-1993.

Folder 9: 194.105.i. Education: What it Means to You, DENI, undated.

Folder 10: 194.105.j. The Scope of the Northern Ireland Curriculum: Support Materials 1&2, NICC, 1990.

Folder 11: 194.105.k. Education for Mutual Understanding: A Guide, NICED, 1988.

Box 16:

Folder 1: 194.105.l. Environmental Education: A Guide for Teachers, NICC, 1994.

Folder 2: 194.105.m. Thinking European: Ideas for Integrating a European Dimension into the Classroom, NICC, 1992.

Folder 3: 194.105.n. Plantaions: Experiences of Colonization in the 17th Century (1 Audio Cassette), NICLR, 1993.

Folder 4: 194.105.o. Law in Our Lives, NICLR, 1993.

Folder 5: 195.1.a. Aerial Photographs of Selu Concervancy.

Folder 6: 195.2.a. An Enduring Voice: Celtic Influences on the Appalachian Ballad 'Black Jack Davy' (Child #200), by J. Scott Plaster, undated.

Folder 7: 195.1.b Selu Conservancy: Plant Voucher Identification, by Sandra Mitchell, 1995.

Box 17:

Folder 1: 194.106.a. Thomas Lafayette Felts: The Man Behind the Agency, by Anne P. Dunkley, undated.

Folder 2: 195.3.a. Appalachia and the Media: Mining in Appalachia, by Tammie Cox, 1995.

Folder 3: 195.3.b. Effects of Stereotyping on Children, by Deborah Hager, 1995.

Folder 4: 195.3.c. Appalachia and the Media: On the Road, by John R. Hovermale, Jr, 1995.

Folder 5: 195.3.d. Appalachian Baskets Now and Then, by Claudia McKellar, 1995.

Folder 6: 195.3.e. Early History of Country Music, by Patricia Schooler, undated.

Folder 7: 195.3.f.The Friday Night Jamboree: Keeping Traditions Alive (Drawings, Photos, Audio Cassette) by Sam Linkous, 1995.

Box 18:

Folder 1: 195.4.a. The Grateful Dead and Appalachian Culture, by Todd Bibb, 1995.

Folder 2: 195.4.b. Jesse Stuart, by Beverley Price Billingsley, undated.

Folder 3: 195.4.c. The Circle of Despair and Escape in 'The Stories of Breece D J Pancake', by J.M. Stuart, undated.

Folder 4: 195.4.d. Denise Giardina: Reality in Fiction, by Jennifer Fitzgerald, 1995.

Folder 5: 195.4.e. Weaving the Web of Appalachian and Cherokee History, by Nancy Johnson, 1995.

Folder 6: 195.4.f. Gurney Norman and 'Kinfolks: The Wilgus Stories', by Elizabeth A. Jones, 1995.

Folder 7: 195.4.g. Coal Miner's Monthly, by Christy Landreth, undated.

Folder 8: 195.4.h. The Homeplace: When I Leave Here, Oh Who Will I Be?, by Sam L. Linkous, 1995.

Folder 9: 195.4.i. The Liquid Reality of Donald Secreast's Stories, by Laura Lucas, 1995.

Folder 10: 195.4.j. The Life of an Appalachian Coal Miner: A Comparison of the Coal Mines of 1900 and 1995, by Sindy Mullins, 1995.

Folder 11: 195.4.k. A Feminist Reading of Denise Giardina's 'Storming Heaven' and 'The Unquiet Earth', by Sherri Leigh, Nelson, 1995.

Folder 12:195.4.l. Reality vs. Representation: Lee Smith's 'Black Mountain Breakdown', by Nicole Owens, 1995.

Folder 13: 195.4.m. Dr. Donald Secreast- An Appalachian Author: Critical Review of 'White Trash, Red Velvet', by Jennifer Paske, 1995.

Folder 14: 195.4.n. The Spirit of Ray, by Hallie Sadler, 1995.

Folder 15: 195.4.o. Home, by Angela D. Vaughan, 1995.

Box 19:

Folder 1: 195.5.a. Dry Stone Dykery in the Scotch-Irish Tradition, by Clay Dishon, 1995.

Folder 2: 195.6.a. Mileposts and More: The Blue Ridge Parkway, by Kimberly Burnette, 1985.

Folder 3: 195.7.a. Curing the Disease- Not Treating the Symptoms, by Angela D. Vaughan, 1995.

Folder 4: 195.8.a. It May Not Be Heaven, But It's Close: Land and People in Craig County, Virginia, by various authors, 1995.

Folder 5: 195.10.a Tom Ramsden: Toy Maker, by Tammie Cox, 1995.

Folder 6: 195.10.b. Daniel Womack: Storyteller, by Julia Everett, 1995.

Folder 7: 195.10.c. Dough Bowls (Inclueds 1 Video Cassette), by Carol E. Hancock, 1995.

Folder 8: 195.10.d. Storytelling, by Patricia Hancock, 1995.

Box 20:

Folder 1: 195.10.e. Apple Butter Making, by Shannon Harlow, 1995.

Folder 2: 195.10.f. Molasses Making, by Julie Jones, 1995.

Folder 3: 195.10.g. Ballads, by Melanie Lawson, 1995.

Folder 4 195.10.h.0Tobacco Twisting, by Phyllis Leary, 1995.

Folder 5: 195.10.i. Making Molasses (Includes 1 Video Cassette), by Kimberly Massie, 1995.

Folder 6:195.10.j. Appalachian Music, by Summer Redwine, 1995.

Folder 7: 195.10.k. American and Appalachian Quilting, by Amy Shifflett, 1995.

Folder 8: 195.10.l. Corn Shuck Seats, by Andrea Simon, 1995.

Folder 9: 195.10.m. Charles H. Davis: Beekeeper, by Samantha Spicer, 1995.

Folder 10: 195.10.n. Sorytelling, by Sarah Spiggle, 1995.

Folder 11: 195.10.o. Weaving, by Mona Trout, 1995.

Folder 12: 195.10.p. Appalachian Music, by Beau K. Wright, 1995.

Folder 13: 195.10.q.Tobacco, by Heather Zollman, 1995.

Folder 14: 195.11.a. A Tour of Appalachia, by Christine Smith, 1995.

Folder 15: 195.12.a. Celtic Community: Celtic Music (1 Video Cassette), by Anita D. Dalton, 1995.

Folder 16: 196.1.a. Academic Applications for Appalachian Botanicals, by Leesa Wolfe Wood, 1996.

Folder 17: 196.2.a. Isolation and the Absence of Ideology: The Twin Myths of Appalachian Culture, by M. Anna Fariello, 1996.

Folder 18: 196.3.a. The AEC Songbook: An Eclectic Collection, by Tracy Sewell, undated.

Folder 19: 196.4.a. Letting God Out of the Box: The Manifestations of Spirituality in Denise Giardina's Coal Mining Novels, by Kara Rayanne Roach, 1996.

Box 21:

Folder 1: 196.5.a. Dorothy Allison's Works: Harriet Mauck Regen Thesis, undated.

Folder 2: 196.6.a. How Scotch-Irish is Your English?, by Michael Montgomery, 1995.

Folder 3: 196.6.b. The Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English as a Resource for Southern Appalachia, by Michael Montgomery, 1994.

Folder 4: 196.7.a. A Look at Appalachian Songs With Suggestions for Use in the Classroom, by Ricky Cox, 1996.

Folder 5: 196.8.a. The Many Works of Earl Hamner, Jr., by Jennifer Bunn, 1996.

Folder 6: 196.8.b. An Ember of Appalachia, by Melanie Lawson, 1996.

Folder 7: 196.8.c. Dr. Donald Ellis Secreast, by Kimberly Perri, 1996.

Folder 8: 196.8.d. A Study of the Meaning of Homeplace in Appalachia, by Kimberly Shoemaker, 1996.

Folder 9: 196.8.e. Permission to Write, by Michelle Woiblett, 1996.

Folder 10: 196.8.f. Sherry Vaughn and Appalachian Children's Literature, by Kimberly A. Sutphin, 1996.

Folder 11: 196.8.g. Folklore Through Poetry: Notes on Birdie Blanche Barber's 'The Little Appalachian', by James Frick, undated.

Folder 12: 196.9.a. Norman Amos: Woodcarver, by Shannon Young Brooks, 1996.

Folder 13: 196.9.b. Hog Heaven, by Kristen Brumfield, 1996.

Folder 14: 196.9.c. Clyde Dylan: Wooden Dough Trays, by Dana H. Burnette, 1996.

Folder 15: 196.9.d. The Ferrum Twist: An Interview with Melvin Allbeck, Blacksmith, by James Frick, 1996.

Folder 16: 196.9.e. John Deere Green, by Shawn A. Dalton, 1996.

Folder 17: 196.9.f. Flower and Herb Drying in Appalachia, by Sarah Hooven, 1996.

Folder 18: 196.9.g. Border Collie Demonstration, by Greg Jessup, 1996.

Folder 19: 196.9.h. The Craft of Soap Making- Demonstrated, by Janet S. Keith, 1996.

Folder 20: 196.9.j. Tobacco Twisting With John and Louise Jordan, by Judy G. King, 1996.

Folder 21: D196.9.k. ried Flowers and Herbs, by Tracy C. Koski, 1996.

Folder 22: 196.9.m. Black Bottom Bread, by Sherri Nelson, 1996.

Folder 23: 196.9.n. Border Collie Herding- Demonstrated, by Rhonda S. Turpin, 1996.

Box 22:

Folder 1: 196.9.l. Bread Making: An Important Domestic Pursuit, by Jennifer Keith, 1996.

Folder 2: 196.9.l. Molasses and Apple Butter Making, by Sam L. Linkous, 1996.

Folder 3: 196.10.a. Family Interview, by Kathy Jo Shambaugh, 1996.

Folder 4: 196.11.a. Beyond the Classroom Walls, by Melinda Bollar Wagner, 1996.

Folder 5: 196.12.a. Mountain Spirits, Jungle Queens, by Apirl Joy Asbury, 1997.

Folder 6: 196.13.a. The Bond Family History, by Nathan Loman Bond, undated.

Folder 7: 196.14.a. Coal Mining and Women, by Angela D. Vaughan, 1996.

Folder 8: 196.15.a. Lou Kassem's Stories of the Supernatural, by Jennifer Hammersley, 1996.

Folder 9: 196.15.b. A Study of Appalachian Children's Literature, by Kimberly Massie, 1996.

Folder 10: 196.15.c. Wilma Dykeman, by Stacy Meredith, 1996.

Box 23:

Folder 1: 196.16.a. Holdings of Bland County History Arvhives, 1996.

Folder 2: 196.16.b. Transcripts and Cemetery Catalog from Bland County History Archives.

Folder 3: 196.16.c. Bland County History Archives Web Site.

Folder 4: 196.17.a. Appalachian Museums in Virginia and a Brief History of Saltville, by Mary Jane Conklin, 1996.

Folder 5:196.17.b. A Study of a City and a Rural Newspaper in Southwest Virginia, by Julia Everett, 1996.

Folder 6: 196.17.c. The Depiction of Appalachian Women in Contemporary Films.

Folder 7: 196.17.d. Harold Mitchell: Country Misic Man, by Lola M. Coleman, 1996.

Box 24:

Folder 1: 196.17.e. Bear Tolley: A Legendary Hunter, by David Dwight Moore, 1996.

Folder 2: 196.17.f. Appalachian Dialect, by Kathy Tyree, 1996.

Folder 3: 196.17.g. Appalachia: A Journey in Time and Space, by Vicki B. Wert, 1996.

Folder 4: 197.1.a. Handbook for Preparing a Folklife Project, 1997.

Folder 5: 197.2.a. Myth as History and the History of Myth: The Blue Ridge Parkway and Mabry Mill, by Shannon Brooks, 1997.

Folder 6: 197.3.a. Producing the Sacred in Community Newspapers, by Jerusha Brooks, 1997.

Folder 7: 197.4.a. Journal of the Corn, by April Calkins, 1997.

Folder 8: 197.4.b. The Role of Corn in the Life of the Pueblo Indian, by Amanda Faircloth, 1997.

Folder 9: 197.4.c. Corn: What's it Good For?, by Caroline Gaskins, 1997.

Folder 10: 197.4.d. The Harvesting of Corn, by Erin Harcum, 1997.

Folder 11: 197.4.e. Corn in America, by Jennifer Honeycutt, 1997.

Folder 12: 197.4.g. Accomplishments of Wilma Mankiller, by Mindy Lee, 1997.

Folder 13: 197.4.h. The Ears are Listening, by Marcia McGill, 1997.

Folder 14: 197.4.i. Reliving Legends of Corn Through Children's Literature, by Susan Shifflett, 1997.

Folder 15: 197.4.j. Mosaic: The Art of Destruction, by Stacie R. Turpin, 1997.

Folder 16: 197.4.k. The Cherokee Nation: Civilized of Savage?, by Vickie Wells, 1997.

Folder 17: 197.4.l. A Golden Pedestal, by Holly N. White, 1997.

Folder 18: 197.5.a. Folk Culture: Instrument Making and Playing, by Maria Melius, 1997.

Folder 19: 197.5.b. Leona English's "Not So Raggedy" Ann: The Fine Art of Making of an Appalachian Doll, by Deanna Bradberry, 1997.

Folder 20: 197.5.c. One Black Man's Country Blues, by Theresa Burriss-Stanley, 1997.

Folder 21: 197.5.d. I Can't Believe It's Really Butter, by Nicole Owens, 1997.

Folder 22: 197.5.e. Thigmotropic Walking Sticks, by Sherri Quesenberry, 1997.

Folder 23: 198.1.a. Too Drunk to Fish: What's So Funny (And Not So Funny) About Redneck Jokes, by Anne Shelby, undated.

Folder 24: 198.2.a. Music From David Johnson.

Folder 25: 198.2.b. J.G.C. Schetky Duo: Sonata in E Flat for Violin and Cello, 1988.

Folder 26: 198.3.a. The Ghosts of the Appalachian Mountain Range, by Katherine Bilgin, 1998.

Folder 27: 198.3.b. The High Lonesome Sound: The Echo Still Heard, by Beth Brantley, 1998.

Folder 28: 198.3.c. Men and Women in Appalachian Culture, by Sara Brittingham, 1998.

Folder 29: 198.3.d. Sacrifice From the Heart, by Nicole Elizageth Columbus, 1998.

Folder 30: 198.3.e. Bluegrass in Appalachia, by Bobby Pickett, 1998.

Folder 31: 198.3.f. Life-Giver, by Rachel E. Swafford, 1998.

Folder 32: 198.3.g. Mountain Medicine, by Gretchen E. Youngblood, 1998.

Box 25:

Folder 1: 198.4.a. Miscellaneous Ink: A Journal of Art and Literature, 1994.

Folder 2: 198.5.a. Virginia Appalachian Notes, May 1991.

Folder 3: 198.6.a. Second Growth: Appalachian Nature and Culture, edited by Fred Waage, 1981.

Folder 4: 198.7.a. Artemis, 1980.

Folder 5: 198.8.a. Wildwood, 1981.

Folder 6: 198.9.a. The Journal of Kentucky Studies, Volume 13, 1996.

Folder 7: 198.10.a. Youth Magazine: Growing Up Appalachian, June 1982.

Folder 8: 198.10.a. Youth Magazine: Growing Up Appalachian, June 1982.

Folder 9: 198.11.a. First Person Vocal: A Reader for the Highland Summer Conference at Radford University, 1986.

Folder 10: 198.12.a. Anthology of Poetry and Prose of Appalachian Life...Something All of Us Can Enjoy, 1991.

Box 26:

Folder 1: 198.13.a. Coal Mining: Fact vs. Fiction, by Robert Anderson, 1998.

Folder 2: 198.13.b. The Dukes of Hazzard Television Show and Its Influence on Appalachia (Includes 1 Video and 1 Audio Cassette), by Lori Cramer, 1998.

Folder 3: 198.13.c. Appalachian Children's Literature: An Unexplored Media, by Wendy Dabbs, 1998.

Folder 4: 198.13.d. Appalshop: The Good Appalachian Media, by Sally Godsey, 1998.

Folder 5: 198.13.e. The Greenbrier Hotel: White Sulphur Springs, by Libby Hall, 1998.

Folder 6: 198.13.f. Appalachia in the Media: The Andy Griffith Show, by Jennifer Jacob, 1998.

Box 27:

Folder 1: 198.13.g. Growing Up in a Coal Camp: A Study of Appalachia, by Rebecca S. Long, 1998.

Folder 2: 198.13.h. Old Time Music in the New River Valley (Includes 12 Audio Cassettes and 3 Video Cassettes), by Louise Loveland, 1998.

Folder 3: 198.13.i. Appalachia on the Internet, by Tina Marie O'Sullivan, 1997.

Folder 4: 198.13.j. The Appalachian Dulcimer: Where 'Er Did Ye Come From? Where 'Er Did Ye Go? And Construction Through the Years, by Beatrice A. Riley, 1998.

Folder 5: 198.13.k. Appalachian Women in the Media: Fact or Fiction? by Angela Stump, 1998.

Folder 6: 198.13.l.The Soft Drink Industry: Born in Appalachia?, by Jim Winkler, 1998.

Box 28:

Folder 1: 198.14.a. Breaking the Silence: Emma Bell Miles, by Shannon Brooks, 1998.

Folder 2: 198.14.b. George Ella Lyon: An Appalachian Writer, by Sonya C. Burchett, 1998.

Folder 3: 198.14.c. The Pride and Self-Reliance of Ruth White's Appalachian Characters, by Rometta Carrico, 1998.

Folder 4: 198.14.d. George Ella Lyon: Appalachian Author, by Jenny Connor, 1998.

Folder 5: 198.14.e. Arnow's Women (Includes 1 Audio Micro-Cassette), by Willia Everhart, 1998.

Folder 6: 198.14.f. Chelsea Adams (Includes 1 Audio Cassette), by Faith Garrison, 1998.

Folder 7: 198.14.g. George Ella Lyon: From Poetry to Children's Books, by Holly Lee, 1998.

Folder 8: 198.14.h. Sherry Vaughn: Appalachian Author, by Maria Little, 1998.

Folder 9: 198.14.i. Fred Chappell, by Jennifer Maxwell, 1998.

Folder 10: 198.14.j. The Flight of the Appalachian Poet, by Lauri McCarthy, 1998.

Folder 11: 198.14.l. Lou Crabtree: An Accomnplished Appalachian Writer, by Jami McDonald, 1998.

Folder 12: 198.14.m. Sharyn McCrumb: Appalachian Liteary Writer (Includes 1 Audio Cassette), by Shelli D. Meade, 1998.

Box 29:

Folder 1: 198.14.n. Gail E. Haley: Award-Winning Author, Artist, and Illustrator, by Katie Mitchell, 1998.

Folder 2: 198.14.o. A Journey Through Appalachian Values with Lou Kassem, by Kimberly B. Ogden, 1998.

Folder 3: 198.14.q. Literary Field Project of John Fox, Jr., by Valerie D. Rife, 1998.

Folder 4: 198.14.r. Jim Minick (Includes 1 Audio Cassette), by Jamie Royles, 1998.

Folder 5: 198.14.s.Gloria Houston: fighting Stereotypes with Children and Appalachian Values, by Erin Speer Smith, 1998.

Folder 6: 198.14.t. Nikki Giovanni: Presented by Jessica O. Smith, 1998.

Folder 7: 198.14.u. Lou Kassem (Inclueds 1 Audio Cassette), by Robyn Smith, 1998.

Folder 8: 198.14.v. The Unquiet Earth: A Craft of the Appalachians, by Kelley Trear, 1998.

Folder 9: 198.14.w. Fire and Water: Adapting Literature for the Screen, by Michael White, 1998.

Folder 10: 198.15.a. Appalachian Studies Guide, edited by Judy Adamson, 1977.

Folder 11: 198.16.a. The Blue Ridge Sampler.

Folder 12: 198.17.s. Mill Facing, by Matt Lambert, 1991.

Folder 13: 197.4.f. The Plymouth Thanksgiving, by Crista Jones, 1997.

Box 30:

Folder 1: Folder 34: 198.14.x. Cynthia Rylant: Her Writing and Her Life in Appalachia, by Brenda Wyatt, 1998.

Folder 2: 198.17.a. Apple Butter Making, by Wendy Turner, 1991.

Folder 3: 198.17.aa. Sock Dolls, by Erica McClean, 1989.

Folder 4: 198.17.b. The Tradition of Appla Butter Making, by Catherine Vest, 1991.

Folder 5: Slingshots, by Tony Twitchell, 1989.

Folder 6: 198.17.c. On a Tangent with the Animals, by Rani Lankford, 1989.

Folder 7: Steam Powered Tractor, by Philip A. Wise, 1989.

Folder 8: 198.17.d. The Snake Man, by Connie Hayner, 1989.

Folder 9: 198.17.dd. The Tradition of Rag Dolls, by Jennie Miller, 1991.

Folder 10: 198.17.e. Ferrum Field Trip: Dog Trials, by Sylvia M. Medley, 1989.

Folder 11: Thelma Goodpasture: Tatting Demonstrator, by Susie Cutlip, 1988.

Folder 12: 198.17.f. Blacksmithing, by Lisa Spencer Martin, 1989.

Folder 13: 198.17.ff. The Art of Tatting, by Elizabeth Sturgill, 1991.

Folder 14: 198.17.g. Bread Baking, by Richard D. Martin, 1991.

Folder 15: Folkcraft in Tobacco: A Lost Art, by Phillip R. Leonard, 1989.

Folder 16: 198.17.h. Farm Sleds, by Ann Yearick, 1991.

Folder 17: 198.17.hh. Treeing at Ferrum, by Darek Pullin, 1991.

Folder 18: 198.17.i. Ferrum College Blue Ridge Folk Life Festival, by Wendy Beschar, 1989.

Folder 19: 198.17.j. Ferrum College Blue Ridge Folk Life Festival, by Terry Anderson, 1989.

Folder 20: 198.17.k. Funnel Cakes, by Jennifer Joyce, 1989.

Folder 21: 198.17.l. Hooking, by Ann Morton, 1991.

Folder 22: 198.17.m. Horse Pulling, by Lisa Cook, 1989.

Folder 23: 198.17.n. Knife Making, by Julie Bryant, 1991.

Folder 24: 198.17.o. Knifecraft: An Analytical Look at Horn Knife Making, by Marianne Moore, 1989.

Folder 25: 198.17.p. Blue Ridge Folk Festival: George Cromer, Knife Maker, by Randy Finchum, 1989.

Folder 26: 198.17.q. Blue Ridge Folk Festival: Knife Making, by James E. Martin, 1989.

Folder 27: 198.17.r. Ferrum Field Project, by Jeff Sandoe, 1989.

Folder 28: 198.17.t. Blue Ridge String Band, by Mandy Culbertson, 1991.

Folder 29: 198.17.u. Three Approaches to Mountain Music, by Kevin Stewart, 1991.

Folder 30: 198.17.v. The Sacred Music Show at the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival at Ferrum College, by Mary Lee Sutherland, 1991.

Folder 31: 198.17.w. The Ferrum Folklife Festival: Music of the Mountains, by Bill Crawford, 1991.

Folder 32: 198.17.x. Altha Guilliams: Quilter, by Christine Marie Barrow, 1991.

Folder 33: 198.17.y. Quilting in Appalachia, by Jenny Moore, 1991.

Folder 24: 198.17.z. Analytical Paper on the Blue Ridge Folklife Festivao- Josephine Sink: Sock Doll Maker, by Melissa Price Rector, 1991.

Folder 35: 198.18.a. Scotch-Irish Farm at the Museum of American Frontier Culture, by Linda Ely, 1993.

Folder 36: 198.19.a. Handmade Bowls for Christmas, by Jim Minick, 1998.

Folder 37: 198.20.a. 'The Tall Woman', by Sara Brittingham, 1998.

Box 31:

Folder 1: 199.0.a. Appalachian Culture Issues, by Sallie Holsinger, 1999.

Folder 2: 199.0.b. Appalachian Media Journals Study, 1989.

Folder 3: 199.0.c. Rorrer Family of Patrick County, Va, by Thomas Rorrer, 1999.

Folder 4: 199.1.a. Covers of Radford Magazine: Fall 1981.

Folder 5: 199.2.a. Resources for Teaching Appalachian Literature in the Junior High and High School Classroom, edited by George Brosi, 1986.

Folder 6: 199.3.a. Appalachian Voices: New River Free Press Literary Supplement, 1989.

Folder 7: 199.3.b. Appalachian Voices: New River Free Press Literary Supplement, 1990.

Folder 8: 199.3.c. Appalachian Voices: New River Free Press Literary Supplement, 1985.

Folder 9: 199.4.a. The Mountain Laurel: Monthly Journal of Mountain Life, 1984-85.

Folder 10: 199.5.a. The Virginia: Supplement to The News Journal, 1985.

Folder 11: 199.6.a. Country Roads, V.1, #1, 1983.

Box 32:

Folder 2: 199.7.a. Mountainside Magazine, 1981; In and Around Craig County, October 1991.

Folder 3: 199.7.b. In and Around Craig County, October 1992.

Folder 4: 199.7.c. In and Around Craig County, October 1993.

Folder 5: 199.8.a. The Mountain Laurel: Monthly Journal of Mountain Life, 1990.

Folder 6: 199.8.b. The Richard Montgomery Foundation, Incorporating Mountainside Magazine, V.2, #1, 1982.

Folder 7: 199.8.c. In and Around Craig County, October 1994.

Folder 8: 199.9.a. Mosaic: Shawsville High School's Literary Magazine, 1997.

Folder 9: 199.10.a. Your Local History, by Shawsville High School, 1997.

Folder 10: 199.11.a. Christiansburg, Virginia: A Self Guided Historical Tour, 1983.

Folder 11: .199.12.a. Reflections on the Roan: Roan Mountain State Park, Tennessee, by Jennifer Garland, 1982.

Folder 12: 199.13.a. The Rural to Urban Shift in the Appalachian South: Town Building and Town Persistence in Virginia's Blue Ridge, 1880-1920, by Barry T. Whittemore, 1996.

Folder 13: 199.14.a. Coalminer Crossing America in a Camper (And Other Poems of Appalachia), by Ron Coleman, 1988.

Folder 14: 199.15.a. Mountainside Magazine, V.1, #4, 1981.

Box 33:

Folder 1: 199.16.a. Photographs of Schools in Appalachia: Old and New.

Folder 2: 199.16.b. Photographs of Schools in Appalachia: Old and New.

Folder 3: 199.17.a. The Migration of the Scotch-Irish From Their Homelands to the Appalachian Region, by Maria Melius, 1998.

Folder 4: 199.18.a. The Quilting Tradition: Then and Now, by Amy Hagenrater, 1998.

Folder 5: 199.18.b. Analytical Paper: Blue Ridge Folk Festival, Ferrum College, by Jennifer Moreman, 1998.

Folder 6: 199.18.c. Analytical Paper: Tradition of Sock Doll Making, by Staphanie R. Moore, 1998.

Folder 7: 199.19.a. Rockbridge Baths Folklore: A Collage of Personal and Social Histories, by Harriet Mauck, 1994.

Folder 8: 199.20.a. Appalachian Women and Their Struggle to Break Into a Male Dominated Workforce: How Far Have We Come?, by Ann Thomas Davenport, 1999.

Folder 9: 199.20.b. The Cooking Decade, by Terra Hosp, 1999.

Folder 10: 199.20.c. The Connection, by Terra Hosp, 1999.

Folder 11: 199.20.d. Robert Porterfield: The Barter Man, by Mike Jones, 1999.

Folder 12: 199.20.e. The Whispering Buildings of Charles Town, West Virginia, by Nicole L. Ruble, 1999.

Folder 13: 199.20.f. Good Old-Fashioned Entertainment, by Lori Johnson, 1999.

Folder 14: 199.21.a. The Media Versus Appalachia and Changing Times, by Janice S. Caldwell, 1999.

Folder 15: 199.21.b. Appalachia on the Radio, by Mark Folks, 1999.

Folder 16: 199.21.c. Cultural Aspects of Bluegrass Music in Appalachia, by Jeff George, 1999.

Box 34:

Folder 1: 199.21.d. Stereotypes in Cyberspace: The Perception of Appalachia on the Internet, by Amy Hagenrater, 1999.

Folder 2: 199.21.e. Country Music in Mainstream Media, by Barry Herndon, 1999.

Folder 3: 199.21.f. Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge: Hillbilly Haven or Hillbilly Nightmare, by Maria Melius, 1999.

Folder 4: 199.21.g. The Waltons, by Rebecca Moles, 1999.

Folder 5: 199.21.h. The Portrayal of Appalachia in Area Museums, by Tami Mueggenborg, 1999.

Folder 6: 199.21.i. Media: The Affect It Has on Children, by Karen Ratckiff, 1999.

Folder 7: 199.21.j. The Representation and Reflections of Appalachia in its Living Museums, by Amity Stein, 1999.

Folder 8: 199.21.k. Ghost Stories: A Rich Appalachian Tradition, by Ellen R. Taylor, 1999.

Box 35:

Folder 1: 199.22.a. The Lesson Within the Seed, by Shannon Bohn, 1999.

Folder 2: 199.22.b. The Sources of Misconception, by Jeff Davis, 1999.

Folder 3: 199.22.c. Merriment in the Mountains, by Renee Dickenson, 1999.

Folder 4: 199.22.d. Snake Handling: A Trend Towards Religious Freedom, by Steven J. Hopkins, 1999.

Folder 5: 199.22.e. A Taste of Appalachian Dance, by Libby Jefferys, 1999.

Folder 6: 199.22.f. Appalachia: Ghost Stories From the Beyond, by Latosha Johnson, 1999.

Folder 7: 199.22.g. Piecing Together the Values of Appalachia, by Ann Marie Kovach, 1999.

Folder 8: 199.22.h. Never at Night: Harpers' Ferry Hauntings, by Nicole L. Ruble, 1999.

Folder 9: 199.22.i. The Appalachian Trail: The Ultimate Appalachian Experience, by Misty NIcole Stidham, 1999.

Folder 10: 199.22.j. Appalachian Women, by Angela Taylor, 1999.

Folder 11: 199.22.k. The Place of Women in the Baptist Region of Appalachia, by Vickie Wells, 1999.

Folder 12: 199.22.l. Mountain Dew, by Joey Wilkerson, 1999.

Folder 13: 199.23.a. Giles County: The County Where Pride is Worth Sharing,(Paper) group project, 1999.

Folder 14: 199.23.b. Giles County: The County Where Pride is Worth Sharing,(Scrapbook) group project, 1999.

Folder 15: 199.23.c. Coal, group project, 1999.

Folder 16: 199.23.d. Appalachian Campfire Tales, group project, 1999.

Folder 17: 199.23.e. Explore the World of Appalachia and Its Values, group project, 1999.

Folder 18: 199.24.a. Bibliography of Appalachian Folktales, by Tina Hanlon, 1999.

Folder 19: 200.1.a. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1979.

Folder 20: 200.1.b. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1980.

Folder 21: 200.1.c. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1981.

Folder 22: 200.1.d. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1982.

Folder 23: 200.1.e. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1983.

Box 36:

Folder 1: 200.1.f. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1984.

Folder 2: 200.1.g. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1985.

Folder 3: 200.1.h. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1986.

Folder 4: 200.1.i. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Program, Ferrum College, 1994.

Folder 5: 200.2.a. Blue Ridge Institute Information Booklet, Ferrum College, 1986.

Folder 6: 200.3.a. Piecing Together Public Speaking, 1996.

Folder 7: 200.4.a. Festival of American Folklife Program, edited by Thomas Vennum Jr., 1986.

Folder 8: 200.4.b. Festival of American Folklife Program, edited by Thomas Vennum Jr., 1988.

Folder 9: 200.4.c. Festival of American Folklife Program, by Frank Proschan, 1989.

Folder 10: 200.5.a. Appalachian Studies Conference Program, Radford University, 1988.

Folder 11: 200.6.a. Student Poetry from ENGL 410, Advanced Poetry Writing, Radford University, 1993.

Folder 12: 200.7.a. Mountain Life and Work: The Magazine of the Appalachian South, March 1981-1982.

Folder 13: 200.8.a. The Sow's Ear, v.1, #2, 1989.

Folder 14: 200.8.b. The Sow's Ear, v.3, #3, 1992.

Box 37:

Folder 1: 200.9.a. Appalachian Humor: How Laughter and Humor is Portrayed Through the Media, by Adrienne Barlow, 2000.

Folder 2: 200.9.b. Appalachian Music: Bluegrass: May the Circle Be Unbroken, by Jason Bellows, 2000.

Folder 3: 200.9.c. Mabry Mill: "The Most Photographed Place On the Parkway", by Amanda Brown, 2000.

Folder 4: 200.9.d. Surfing: A Look at Appalachia on the World Wide Web, by Carrie Colter, 2000.

Folder 5: 200.9.e. Appalachia: As Seen Through the Lens of a Camera, by Abigail Lee Estes, 2000.

Folder 6: 200.9.f. The Tuesday Night Old Time Jam: Blacksburg, Virginia, by Christina L. Hall, 2000.

Folder 7: 200.9.g. Appalachia in the Media, by Jennifer Kahn, 2000.

Folder 8: 200.9.h. Appalachian Values vs. Yankee Values, by Tiffini Marano, 2000.

Folder 9: 200.9.i.Appalachian Stereotypes, by Kendal Myers, 2000.

Box 38:

Folder 6: 200.9.j. October Sky: Relevant Research and Background Information, by Bobby Pickett, 2000.

Folder 7: 200.9.k. The Influences the Dukes of Hazzard Had on Appalachia, by Holly Shoemaker, 2000.

Folder 8: 200.9.l. The Andy Griffith Show, by Deena R. Shough, 2000.

Folder 9: 200.9.m. Natural Bridge, by Traci Vanderpool, 2000.

Folder 10: 200.9.n. Faces of Appalachia, by Emily Wallin, 2000.

Folder 11: 200.9.o. The True Faces of Appalachia, by Joey Wilkerson, 2000.

Folder 12: 200.9.p.Coal Miner's Daughter, by Amber S. Yates, 2000.

Folder 1: 200.9.aa .Technological Economic Development in Appalachia, by Seth Peery, 2000.

Folder 2: The Impact of a Sense of Place, by Seth Peery, 2000.

Folder 3: The Long Way Home, by Jamie Webb, 2000.

Folder 4: 200.9.dd. "Veins" of Appalachia, by Lori Stillwell Dye, 2000.

Folder 5: Interview on Lee Smith, by Kathy Combiths, 2000.

Box 39:

Folder 1: 200.10.a. Dreaming of Log Cabins, by Aaron Garland, 2000.

Folder 2: 200.10.b. Working Women: Gender Roles Differ in Appalachia, by Susan Hill, 2000.

Folder 3: 200.10.c. The Living Legacy of Mary Draper Ingles, by Susan Hill, 2000.

Folder 4: 200.10.d. Herbal Remedies in Appalachia, by Natalie Huvar, 2000.

Folder 5: 200.10.e. Fear of the Unknown, by Becky Lentz, 2000.

Folder 6: 200.10.f. Cherokee Hardship, by Maranda Maxey, 2000.

Folder 7: 200.10.g. Characteristics of Appalachian Folklore, by Amanda Montag, 2000.

Folder 8: 200.10.h. True Appalachian Heroes: Coal Miner's Wives, by Rebecca Eveleth Mullins, 2000.

Folder 9: 200.10.i. Appalachian Values in Today's Culture, by Kay Nash, 2000.

Folder 10: 200.10.j. Mountain Talk, by Kya Parker, 2000.

Folder 11: 200.10.k. Grandma's Wooden Spoon: Old Herbal Remedies, by Heather Rogers, 2000.

Folder 12: 200.10.l. The Tallest Woman in My Life, by Kristin Walker, 2000.

Folder 13: 200.10.m. Hicks in the Mountains: Stereotypes of Appalachia, by Brent T. Wilson, 2000.

Folder 14: 200.10.n. Life Before Exposure, by Andrea Wright, 2000.

Folder 15: 200.11.a. Wilma Dykeman: Extraordinary Conversationalist, by Karen Brown, 2000.

Folder 16: 200.12.a. Appalachia and the Baptist, by Jennifer Conner, 2000.

Folder 17: 200.12.b. The Role of Women in Appalachia, by Summer East, 2000,

Folder 18: 200.12.c. The History of Clogging in Appalachia, by Laura Fry, 2000.

Folder 19: 200.12.d. Quilt Making in the Appalachian Mountains, by Shauna Megan Hurley, 2000.

Folder 20: 200.12.e. Explanations on the Barbarians of Appalachia, by Karen Lanham, 2000.

Folder 21: 200.12.f. In the Spirit of the Cherokee: Marilou Awiakta and Awi Usdi, by Deena Shough, 2000.

Folder 22: 200.12.g. Bluegrass Music: A Part of Appalachia's Soul, by Tracy Shulsinger, 2000.

Folder 23: 200.12.h. Trashing Appalachia: Corporations Bring More Jobs to Mountain Towns, by Tracy Smith, 2000.

Folder 24: 200.12.i. The Poetry of a Region, by Meredith Streeper, 2000.

Folder 25: 200.12.j. The Galax Old Time Fiddlers' Convention, by Rick Whisenhunt, 2000.

Folder 26: 200.12.k. Hillbillies: Stereotypes or Accurate Characteristics, by Sally Shimchick, 2000.

Folder 27: 200.12.l. Underground Coal Mining vs. Mountain Top Removal, by Sara Nicole Hyden, 2000.

Folder 28: A200.12.m. ppalachian Food and Other Family Recipes, by various authors, 2000.

Folder 29: 200.12.n. Appalachian Cooking, by various authors, 2000.

Folder 30: 200.12.o. An Appalachian Patchwork: Pieced with Values, Stitched with Memories, by various authors, 2000.

Folder 31: 200.12.p.Family Food Traditions, by various authors, 2000.

Box 40:

Folder 1: 200.13.a. The Man That Moved a Mountain, by Rhonda Anderson, 2000.

Folder 2: 200.13.b. Sherry Vaughn, by Rebecca Baldwin, 2000.

Folder 3: 200.13.c. Marilou Awiakta: My Perceptions, by Kathy Baron, 2000.

Folder 4: 200.13.d. Donald Secreast, by Victoria Belcher, 2000.

Folder 5: 200.13.e. The Poetic Side of Appalachia: David Owens, by Amanda Brown, 2000.

Folder 6: 200.13.f. Lee Smith and Ivy Rowe: Writing From the Heart, by Kathy Combiths, 2000.

Folder 7: 200.13.g. Marilou Awiakta, by Myra Combs, 2000.

Folder 8: 200.13.h. Lou Crabtree: Appalachian Writer and Folklorist, by Lori Stillwell Dye, 2000.

Folder 9: 200.13.i. Rita Sizemore Riddle: "Pieces for Emma", by Kelly Gleason, 2000.

Folder 10: 200.13.j. Parks Lanier, Jr., by Crystal Gowland, 2000.

Folder 11: 200.13.k. Dr. Rita Sizemore Riddle, by Jill Harrison, 2000.

Folder 12: 200.13.l. Denise Giardina, by Barry Herndon, 2000.

Folder 13: 200.13.m. Rita Sizemore Riddle: How Poems Come, by Debra Kincaid, 2000.

Folder 14: 200.13.n. "Pieces for Emma": Rita Sizemore Riddle, by Lauren Magill, 2000.

Folder 15: 200.13.o. Images of Appalachia Through Carolyn Reeder, by Misti Mannon, 2000.

Folder 16: 200.13.p. Clear Vision: A Look at Rita Sizemore Riddle's Prose, by Heather L. Matlock, 2000.

Folder 17: 200.13.q. Personal Perspectives: Donald Secreast, by Kelly McCarty, 2000.

Folder 18: 200.13.r. Marilou Awiakta: The Eye of the Deer, by Jaclyn Patten, 2000.

Folder 19: 200.13.s. Dr. Gloria Houston: Tribute to an Appalachian Woman, by Amy Porter, 2000.

Folder 20: 200.13.t. Denise Giardina, by Bethleigh Stone, 2000.

Folder 21: 200.13.u. Lou Kassem, by Mandie Vest, 2000.

Folder 22: 200.13.v. Ricky Cox: Thinking and Writing, by Joli Wade, 2000.

Folder 23: 200.13.w. Literary Field Work Project: Dr. Carolyn Mathews, by Jamie Webb, 2000.

Folder 24: 200.13.x. "Quiet Fire and Mountain Magis": Sharyn McCrumb, by Vanessa White, 2000.

Folder 25: 200.13.y. Author Study: Ruth White, by Amber Yates, 2000.

Box 41:

Folder 1: 201.1.a. "Classic Jan Karon?", by Cammie Abell, 2001.

Folder 2: 201.1.a.a. Frank X. Walker Awakens the Sleeping Muse (Ferrum Students Connect with Affrilachia), by various authors, 2001.

Folder 3: 201.1.b. Down in the Proving Ground: Breece Pancake's Legacy of Hard Lessons, by Curt Alderson, 2001.

Folder 4: 201.1.c. Lee Smith: Nominee for "Classics" Status, by Kathy Combiths, 2001.

Folder 5: 201.1.d. Natural Elements: Fred Chappell's 'Midquest' as Appalachian Literary Classic, by Clay Dishon, 2001.

Folder 6: 201.1.e. Adriana Trigiani, by Donia Eley, 2001.

Folder 7: 201.1.f. "Innovative" Classic: "Selu: Seeking the Corn Mother's Wisdom", by Kimberly S. Gross, 2001.

Box 42:

Folder 1: 201.1.g. Frank X. Walker: An Appalachian Classic Writer? A Candidate for Appalachian Classic Status, by Peter Laws, 2001.

Folder 2: 201.1.h. Some of the Bluegrass is Back: The Politics of Place and the Case for Crystal Wilkinson as Classic Appalachian Author, by Susan Lazear, 2001.

Folder 3: 201.1.i. 'I Came From a Race of Storytellers': The Inclusion of Sharyn McCrumb in the Appalachian Canon, by Tonya Luster, 2001.

Folder 4: 201.1.j. Why Divine Right and Wilgus are "Classic", by Shawn Mullins, 2001.

Folder 5: 201.1.k. Denise Giardina, by Kathy Shambaugh, 2001.

Folder 6: 201.1.l. 'October Sky': An Appalachian Classic, by Joli Wade, 2001.

Folder 7: 201.1.m. (That) Classic Appalachian Beat, by Robert Williams, 2001.

Folder 8: 201.1.n. Natural Wonders of Appalachia, by various authors, 2001.

Box 43:

Folder 1: 201.3.a. "Dancing Outlaw", by Valerie Bennett, 2001.

Folder 2: 201.3.b. Willard Gayheart's Nostalgic Glimpses of Appalachia, by Donia S. Eley, 2001.

Folder 3: 201.3.c. Hillbilly Trinkets, by Krissy Howell, 2001.

Folder 4: 201.3.d. Covington, VA, by Anna Kozicki, 2001.

Folder 5: 201.3.e. The Rock House and the Thomas J. Boyd Museums, by Pamela Shumate, 2001.

Folder 6: 201.3.f. Items Commonly Found Within the Appalachian Culture, by Kristen Snellbaker, 2001.

Folder 7: 201.3.g. Hikers and Appalachia, by Robert J. Trout, Jr., 2001.

Folder 8: 201.3.h. Making Music in Appalachian Mountains, by Nancy J. Waddle, 2001.

Folder 9: 201.3.i. Not Where I Am From, by Jennifer Whittemore, 2001.

Folder 10: 201.4.a. The X-Files and Appalachia, by Michael Blankenship, 2001.

Folder 11: 201.4.b. On the Craft Trail in Western North Carolina, by Kathy Combiths, 2001.

Folder 12: 201.4.c. Dispelling Stereotypes, by Myra Combs, 2001.

Folder 13: 201.4.d. Through the Eyes of Children, by Willie Everheart, 2001.

Folder 14: 201.4.e. Deliverance from Evil, by Shelly Ferraraccio, 2001.

Folder 15: 201.4.f. Stereotypes in Appalachia: An Examination into Student Beliefs and Media Portrayal of Appalachian Culture, by Kimberly Sutphin Gross, 2001.

Folder 16: 201.4.g. Appalachia and Its Images, by Kelley Trear, 2001.

Folder 17: 201.4.h. Regret for Breakfast: Poetry by David Owens, 2000.

Box 44:

Folder 1: 202.2.a. We Know the Truth: A Survey of Appalachian Stereotypes in National News Media Coverage of Grundy and Beyond by Mary Bernadette Altizer, 2002.

Folder 2: 202.2.b. Out in the Sticks, by Kay Altizer, 2002.

Folder 3: 202.2.c. Appalachian Music in the Media, by Aaron Davis, 2002.

Folder 4: 202.2.d. The Media's View of Religion in Appalachia, by Rhonda Hawley, 2002.

Folder 5: 202.2.e. Reading Across a Culture: Appalachian Youth Responding to Stereotypes in Literature, by Hilary Hunt, 2002.

Folder 6: 202.2.f. Coloring the Kettle Black: An Interview with Ms. Anndrena Belcher, by Angie Lytton, 2002.

Folder 7: 202.2.g. How Do College Students Perceive Appalachian Women in the Media?, by Margaret Koerner, 2002.

Folder 8: 202.2.h. Into the Woods: Appalachian Undertones in Sam Raimi's Evil Dead Trilogy, by Shawn Mullins, 2002.

Folder 9: 202.2.i. Now and Then Appalachia int he Media, by Amy Phillips, 2002.

Folder 10: 202.2.j. Appalachia in the Media: Loretta Lynn's Coal Miner's Daughter, by Joli Wade, 2002.

Box 45:

Folder 1: 202.13.a. A Spring of Life (Arbutus Baine), by Lydia Bryant, 2002.

Folder 2: 202.13.b. The Melungeon Mystery, by Carey Addison, 2002.

Folder 3: 202.13.c. Justifications for Atrocity (Trail of Tears), by Benjamin Bradburn, 2002.

Folder 4: 202.13.d. Typhoid Fever (North Carolina), by Gregory Broz, 2002.

Folder 5: 202.13.e. Words of Wisdom (Oral Traditions), by LeeAnn McKnight, 2002.

Folder 6: 202.13.f. Just a Quilt? Look Again!, by Marlene Pariser, 2002.

Folder 7: 202.13.g. Saint Augustine, by Martha Phillips, 2002.

Folder 8: 202.13.h. High Lonesome Sound (Banjo), by Jessica Woods, 2002.

Folder 9: 202.14.a. Appalachia Cola Mining Bibliography.

Folder 10: 202.15.a. Radford Then and Now, edited by Elmer D. Johnson, 1975.

Folder 11: 202.17.a. Evaluation Report of 1999 Internship at Pocahontas Press, by Louise Loveland, 1999.

Folder 12: 202.19.a. Changing in the Colafields 2001: Life After the Union, by Kim Clark, 2001.

Folder 13: 202.20.a. Where are You Now, Marlos Perkos? Llamas, by Ricky Cox, 1999.

Folder 14: 202.21.a. Haircuts, by Ricky Cox, undated.

Folder 15: 202.22.a. L.H. Bowles Remarks Upon the Dedication of "Big John's Laughing Place", by John Bowles, 1998.

Folder 16: 202.23.a. Analytical Paper on BRFF, by Michael Blankenship, 1999.

Folder 17: 202.23.b. The Tradition of Quiltmaking, by Kathy Comiths, 1999.

Folder 18: 202.23.c. Wayne C. Henderson (Instrument Making), by Myra Combs, 1999.

Folder 19: 202.23.d. Chair Caning, by Laura Dumin, 1999.

Folder 20: 202.23.e. Roots and Yarbs, by Lori Stillwell Dye, 1999.

Folder 21: 202.23.f. Analytical Paper (Emma Bell Miles), by Willie K. Everhart, 1999.

Folder 22: 202.23.g. Interview with a Tradition Bearer, by Shelly Ferraraccio, 1999.

Folder 23: 202.23.h. Music of the Blue Ridge, by Jim Holt, 1999.

Folder 24: 202.23.i. A Rocking Chair, a Needle and Some Thread Can Teach Today's Youth a Lesson, by Jamie McDonald, 1999.

Folder 25: 202.23.j. The Tobacco Twister, by Tempi Hale, 1999.

Box 46:

Folder 1: 202.10.a. Frank X. Walker Awakens the Sleeping Muse, by Susan Virginia Mead, 2001.

Folder 2: 203.1.a. Chirs Holbrook, Classic Appalachian Writer, by Mary Anne Barnard, 2003.

Folder 3: 203.1.a. Appalachian Museums, by Heather Boggs, 2003.

Folder 4: 203.1.b. Making Room for Something Wonderful: Adriana Trigiani as Classic Appalachian Author, by Jenny Brown, 2003.

Folder 5: 203.1.b. Appalachia and it's Representation on the Internet, by Lindsay Coada, 2003.

Folder 6: 203.1.c. Be Still and Know: Coming Home to the Poetry of Jeff Daniel Marion, by Christine J. Christianson, 2003.

Folder 7: 203.1.c. Influences of "Big Tom" from "Survivor" in Saltville, VA., by

Folder 8: 203.1.d. Kay Byer: Writing into Appalachian Classics, by Kimberly Edwards, 2003.

Folder 9: 203.1.d. Gateway to the Great Smokey Mountains: Cherokee, NC, by Ivan Levin, 2003.

Folder 10: 203.1.e. Folklore of the Academy, by Joli Huynh Wade, 2003.

Box 47:

Folder 1: 203.1.a. Historic Relics, by Daniel Blake, 2003.

Folder 8: 203.1.b. Fly Fishing for Zen in Appalachia, by Nate Clark, 2003.

Folder 9: 203.1.c. The 3 Sisters, by Nicole Kolar, 2003.

Folder 10: 203.1.d. Biblical References in The Tall Woman, by Nicole Long, 2003.

Folder 11: 203.1.e. Native American Eastern Woodland Culture, by Melinda Dawn Mills, 2003.

Folder 12: 203.1.e. Matewan: Content Analysis & Historical Review, by April McPherson, 2003.

Folder 13: 203.1.f. Jefferson National Forest,: A History, by Amy Ratliff, 2003.

Folder 14: 203.1.f. A Window Through Which They View Our World, by Ashley Robbins, 2003.

Folder 15: 203.1.g.A Local Color Writer: John Fox Jr., by Jessica Salyer, 2002.

Folder 16: 203.1.g. Mt. Airy NC...Mayberry RFD??, by Jennifer Street, 2003.

Folder 2: 203.2.a. Pastimes of a People: Crafts of Appalachia, group project, 2003.

Folder 3: 203.3.a. Murders on the AT (Appalachia Trail), group project, 2003.

Folder 4: 203.4.a. Water: Friend or Foe, group project, 2003.

Folder 5: 203.5.a. Foods from the Four Corners, group project, 2003.

Folder 6: 203.6.a. A Taste of Appalachian Music and Dance, group project, 2003.

Folder 7: 203.7.a. Foods of Appalachia, group project, 2003.

Box 48:

Folder 1: 203.1. From Mountainsides to the Flatlands: The Creation of Little Patrick, by Mary Ann Barnard, 2003.

Folder 2: 203.2. "Dinner is Served Madam: The Aristocratic Lifestyles of the Bramwell Millionaires, by Leslie Bratton, 2003.

Folder 3: 203.3. "It's Funny But It's True": Sammie Johnston's Life in Appalachia, by Jenny Brown, 2003.

Folder 4: 203.4. Transplanted Trees: The Emerich Family in Franklin County, by Sara Jo Emmerich, 2003.

Folder 5: 203.5. Family Quilting Traditions: A Matrilineal Experience, by Serena Frost, 2003.

Folder 6: 203.6.a. "This Old Homestead: Body and Soul", by Tracey Mattson, 2003.

Folder 7: 203.6.b. "This Old Homestead: Body and Soul" (Photos & Illustrations), by Tracey Mattson, 2003.

Folder 8: 203.6.c. "This Old Homestead: Body and Soul" Part Three, by Tracey Mattson, 2003.

Box 49:

Folder 1: 203.7. Women of the Mountains: Superstitions and Remedies of Appalachia, by Lauren North, 2003.

Folder 2: 203.8. Filling the Gaps: Recollections of Two Nicholas County, WV Coal Mining Accidents, by Debra Pugh, 2003.

Folder 3: 203.9.a. Faith, Vision, Reality: Celebrating the Community and History of the First United Methodist Church of Pembroke, VA, by Kristin Radford, 2003.

Folder 4:203.9.b. Faith, Vision, Realty: Celebrating the Community and History of the First United Methodist Church of Pembroke, VA, by Kristen Radford, 2003.

Folder 5: 203.10. The Edmonds Family Singing Tradition, by Sonya Redd, 2003.

Folder 6: 203.11. Mrs. Wilma Testerman and the Mount Rogers School: A Community at Whitetop Virginia, by Peter Sprano, 2003.

Box 50:

Folder 1: 204.1. The Democracy of Quilting: How the Media Has Helped the Design of Quilt Patterns, by Elaine Machelor, 2004.

Folder 2: 204.2. Hillbilly Humor on the World Wide Web, by Kathy Murphy, 2004.

Folder 3: 204.3. Appalachian Tabloid: A View of Appalachian Women Through Song, by Shai Cullop, 2004.

Folder 4: 204.4. Appalachia in Children's Literature, by Kendall Mattice, 2004.

Folder 5: 204.5. Appalachian Tourism, by Josh Stitt, 2004.

Folder 6: 204.6. Clothing in Appalachia from the 1920's-1950's, by Anna Smythers, 2004.

Folder 7: 204.7. Appalachian Cultures Survey: Hillbilly Trinkets, by Melissa Bellows, 2004.

Folder 8: 204.8. Entertainment in Appalachia: Literature and Radios in the 1930's, by Kerri Huff, 2004.

Folder 9: 204.9. Mattewan: The Movie and the Reality, by Diane M. Thompson, 2004.

Box 51:

Folder 1: 204.10. Radio in the 1930's, by Justin Horton, 2004.

Folder 2: 204.11. The Real Cold Mountain: An Examination of Miramax Films' Portrayal of Cold Mountain, NC, by Valerie Beelman, 2004.

Folder 3: 204.12. Stereotypes in Mayberry?, by Joshua Spencer, 2004.

Folder 4: 204.13. Technology and Pride in Appalachian Education, by Daniel Feagans, 2004.

Folder 5: 204.1.a. Wild and Crazy and Can't Be Stopped: Jesco White as Hillbilly Fool in Dancing Outlaw, by Jenny Brown, 2004.

Folder 6: 204.1.b. The Bristol Country Music Alliance: Promoting Positive Representations of Appalachia, by Mary Anne Barnard, 2004.

Folder 7: 204.1.c. A Diamond in the Coal Fields: The Real Coalwood, WV, by Lauren North, 2004.

Folder 8: 204.2.a. The Birth of a New Classic: Gretchen Moran Laskas' The Midwife's Tale, by Lauren North, 2004.

Folder 9: 204.2.b. Timeless Voices Living Through Poetry: A Review of "What The Night Told Me", by Angela Stevens, 2004.

Folder 10: 204.2.c. Light Through Darkness: Celebratory Song & Resonant Spirituality in the Poetry of Kathryn Stripling Byer, by Kristin Radford, 2004.

Folder 11: 204.2.d. Ron Rash, by Leslie Bratton, 2004.

Folder 12: 204.2.e. George Ella Lyon: A Classic "Classic" Author, by Sonya R. Redd, 2004.

Folder 13: 204.2.f. Real Writers Can Live Anywhere: Denise Giardina A Critical Review, by Juliana Alexander, 2004.

Box 52:

Folder 1: 205.1. The NASCAR Fan Base in Appalachia, by Amanda Dye, 2005.

Folder 2: 205.2. Junior Johnson- Appalachian Legend, by Megan Wolfrey, 2005.

Folder 3: 205.3. Appalachia on the Internet: A Look Into Three Different Types of Websites, by James Chapman, 2005.

Folder 4: 205.4. Bluegrass Music in Appalachia, by Robert Murphy, 2005.

Folder 5: 205.5. The Art of Appalachian Craftsmanship, by Tammy Stiles, 2005.

Folder 6: 205.6. The Pulaski Project: A Survey of Appalachia Among Young Adults, by Morgan Pike, 2005.

Folder 7: 205.7. Analytical Paper: Quilting, by Tiffany Lynch, 2005.

Folder 8: 205.8. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Erik Taylor, 2005.

Folder 9: 205.9. Crocheting- An Appalachian Legacy, by Rhonda Hawley, 2005.

Folder 10: 205.10. Mud Draggin', by Charley Brew, 2005.

Folder 11: 205.11. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Julie Alexander, 2005.

Folder 12: 205.12. The 57th Annual Lee County Tobacco/Fall Festival, by Terry Ferrell, undated.

Folder 13: 205.13. Appalachian Folklore, by Donna Ogle, 2005.

Box 53:

Folder 1: 206.1. Historic Crab Orchard Museum and Pioneer Park: A Study of Appalachian Culture and Awareness, by Teresa S. Jewell, 2005.

Folder 2: 206.2. Using Auditory Queing to Elicit Emotional Change in Visual Media: The Use of Old-Time and Bluegrass music to Influence the Storylines of Movies and Television, by Jason Decker, 2006.

Folder 3: 206.3. The Rest of the Story: Commercial Media Projects Filmed on Location in Tazewell County, Virginia and McDowell and Mercer Counties, West Virginia, by Dana Cochran, 2006.

Folder 4: 206.4. The Politics of Reposession and Resistance: A Study of Appalachian Stereotyping as a Function of Cultural Syncretization and the Resistance of the Subaltern Through the Media, by Erik C. Taylor, 2006.

Folder 5: 206.5. Analytical Paper: Moonshine, by Shellie Austin, 2006.

Folder 6: 206.6. Is Feminism Thriving in Appalachia? by Juanita Thornton, 2006.

Folder 7: 206.7. "Ya'll Be Careful Up in Them Woods: Myths of Appalachia in American Horror Films, by Philip Ferguson, 2006.

Folder 8: 206.8. Small Town Newspapers, by Julie Alexander, 2006.

Box 54:

Folder 1: 206.1. "Diamonds in the Rough" (Story of Carter Family), by Sarah Burke, 2006.

Folder 2: 206.2. Appalachian Poverty: David Sutherland's County Boys, by Donna Ogle, 2006.

Folder 3: 206.3. The Waltons: The Epitome of Appalachian Values?, by Roxanne H. Thompson, 2006.

Box 55:

Folder 1: 206.1.a. Group Project Synopsis: Patriotic Songs of America, by Stella Borchelt, 2006.

Folder 2: 206.2.a. Songs of the Nation, by Emily Noren, 2006.

Folder 3: 206.3.a. Songs of the Nation, by Jennifer Bennett, 2006.

Folder 4: 206.4.a. The Songs of the Nation, by Keri Melander, 2006.

Folder 5: 206.5.b. Martinsville, by Ashley Martin, 2006.

Folder 6: 206.6.b. Synopsis, by Jessica Bradshaw, 2006.

Folder 7: 206.7.b. Homestyle Recipes, by Christine Hillegass, 2006.

Folder 8: 206.8.c. Bidialectal, by Amanda Newberry, 2006.

Folder 9: 206.9.d. The Old and New Remedies for Ailments in the Appalachian Region, by Richard Johnson, 2006.

Folder 10: 206.10.e. Ghost Stories of Radford University: Real or Fake? by James Streett, 2006.

Folder 11: 206.11.e. Campus Ghosts, Why? Where?, by Jonathon Dixon, 2006.

Folder 12: 206.12.f. Synopsis, by Ashley Thomas, 2006.

Folder 13: 206.13.f. Art in History and Literature, by Anne Kouguell, 2006.

Folder 14: 206.14.f. Native Americans, by Jason Fitzgerald, 2006.

Folder 15: 206.15.g. Familiar and Strange: Appalachian Superstitions and Rituals, by Alli Smith, 2006.

Folder 16: 206.16.h. Appalachian Games: Past and Present, by Stacey Corbin, 2006.

Folder 17: 206.17.i. Generation to Generation, by Martha Foster, 2006.

Folder 18: 206.18.j. Appalachian Crafts, My Grandmother's Beauty, by Morgan Hawkins, 2006.

Folder 19: 206.19.k. FloydFest, by Jessica Zeman, 2006.

Folder 20: 206.20.l. Appalachian Stereotypes Synopsis, by Heather Amon, 2006.

Folder 21: 206.21.l. Hick Flicks- Synopsis, by Bec Koop, 2006.

Folder 22: 206.22.l. Stereotypes in Appalachia, by Allan Decipulo, 2006.

Folder 23: 206.23.l. Appalachian Stereotypes, by Matthew Rogers, 2006.

Folder 24: 206.24.m. Cooking in the Appalachian Lifestyle, by Corin O'Donnell, 2006.

Folder 25: 206.25.n. The History of the Slave Diet, by Crystal Hrusovsky, 2006.

Folder 26: 206.26.n. African Food Staples, by Chris Brown, 2006.

Folder 27: 206.27.n. Soul Food, by Sabrina Lacy, 2006.

Folder 28: 206.28.o. Bluegrass: The Past, The Present, and The Future, by Karen Tucker, 2006.

Folder 29: 206.29.o. Synopsis: Bluegrass Music, by Jeff Joyce, 2006.

Box 56:

Folder 1: 200.1.a. Stepping Stones, by various authors, 2000.

Folder 2: 207.1.a. Appalachian Awareness Day, by Matthew Miller, 2007.

Folder 3: 205.2.b. Discovering Place: A Peek Behine Our Eyes and Into Our Lives, by various authors, 2005.

Folder 4: 206.3.c. Discovering Place: A Place to Call Home, by various authors, 2006.

Folder 5: 205.4.d. Supernatural Themes in Appalachian Folk Music, by Dan Boothe, 2005.

Folder 6: A 205.5.d. True Inspiration, by Megan Foxwell, 2005.

Folder 7: 205.6.d. Cooking: A Regional Comparison (New England, Eastern Shore of Maryland, Appalachia), by Lauren Dunbar.

Folder 8: 206.30.p. Marilou Awiakta, Appalachia and the Atom, by Robin Pulliam, 2006.

Folder 9: 206.31.p. Marilou Awiakta and the Atom, by James Inman, 2006.

Folder 10: 206.32.p. Italian-American Stereotypes, by Megan Colson, 2006.

Box 57:

Folder 1: 206.1.a. Male-Female Relationships in Moon Women, by Daniel Cline, 2006.

Folder 2: 206.2.b. Back to Indian Creek: Crystal Wilkinson and her Country Voice, by Dana Cochran, 2006.

Folder 3: 206.3.c. Home Hickam: A Classic Appalachian Author, by Shai Cullop, 2006.

Folder 4: 206.4.d. Cathy Smith Bowers: A True Classic, by Ruth Derrick, 2006.

Folder 5: 206.5.e. Mary Elizabeth Hawkins: Appalachian Writer and Mentor, by Janet A. Little, 2006.

Folder 6: 206.6.f. Sharyn McCrumb as Classic Appalachian Literary Writer, by Brittany S. Mullins, 2006.

Folder 7: 206.7.g. George Ella Lyon: Encountering the "Geography of [Her] Imagination, by Elizabeth Mulvaney, 2006.

Folder 8: 206.8.h. Appalachian Canon Nominee: Breece D'J Pancake, by Donna Ogle, 2006.

Folder 9: 206.9.i. Jo Carson: A New American Classic, by Ashley Roberts, 2006.

Folder 10: 206.10.j. Adriana Trigiani: Classic Appalachian Author, by Jamie Rowlett, 2006.

Folder 11: 206.11.k. The People of Clay's Quilt, by Jay Settle, 2006.

Folder 12: 206.12.l. Precipitous Mountain Viewpoints: An Examination of the Appalachian Works of Romulus Linney, by Jim Wake, 2006.

Box 58:

Folder 1: 207.1.a. Traditional Food and Cooking in the Appalachian Highlands, by Louis Campbell, 2007.

Folder 2: 207.2.b. No Appalachian Left Behind: Appalachian Stereotypes in Secondary Schools, by Shai Cullop, 2007.

Folder 2: 207.3.c. Shelby Lee Adams: The Female Perspective, by Elizabeth DiSalvo, 2007.

Folder 4: 207.4.d. Bluegrass Music: A Tale of Survival and Revival, by Ruth Derrick, 2007.

Folder 5: 207.5.e. The Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail, by Brittony Fitzgerald, 2007.

Folder 6: 207.6.f. Stereotyping in Appalachia and Beyond, by Gisela Hornberger, 2007.

Folder 7: 207.7.g. A Street Named Desire Street and Road Signs in Three Appalachian Counties, by Patricia Jacobs, 2007.

Box 59:

Folder 1: 207.8.h. Hillbilly Survey: Results Analysis, by Janet A. Little, 2007.

Folder 2: 207.9.i. Hillbilly Stereotypes Prevail in Two Appalachian Documentaries, by Brittany Mullins, 2007.

Folder 3: 207.10.j. "If We Changed The Covers, You'd Buy It Again": Book Covers Marketing Appalachian Stereotypes, by Kathy Murphy, 2007.

Folder 4: 207.11.k. Old Time Music Jams: Bringing Communities Together, by Jamie Rowlett, 2007.

Folder 5: 207.12.l. Reconciliation of the Sacred and Secular, by Jay Settle, 2007.

Folder 6: 207.13.m. We Are...Marshall, by Andrea Yaun, 2007.

Box 60:

Folder 1: 207.1.a. Appalachian Folk Culture Assignment, by Shanna Bryant, 2007.

Folder 2:207.1.aa. APST 495: Shining Light on Our Youth for Our Future: Celebrating Ten Years of AASIS, by JoAnn Asbury, 2007.

Folder 3: 207.2.a. The Music of Floyd, the Values of Appalachia, by Matthew Miller, 2007.

Folder 4: 207.2.b. Ferrum Festival Project, by Daniel Cline, 2007.

Folder 5: 207.3.a. The Aura of Friendliness, by James Gearhart, 2007.

Folder 6: 207.3.c. Folk Culture Assignment, by Shai Cullop, 2007.

Folder 7: 207.4.b. Summary of UG/G Forum Presentation, by Johannah Mosley, 2007.

Folder 8:207.4.d. Making Apple-Butter and Making Time, by Jessica Curulla, 2007.

Folder 9: 207.5.a. Every Friday Night is a Dance, by Krista Hanks, 2007.

Folder 10: 207.5.e. A Double Dose of Dexterity, by Ruth Derrick, 2007.

Folder 11: 207.6.e. Family Remedies vs. Modern Day Medicine, by Alex Goodson, 2007.

Folder 12: 207.6.f. James Artis White, by Antonia Garcia, 2007.

Folder 13: 207.7.c. Family Influences, by Stacey Fernandez, 2007.

Folder 14: 207.7.g. The Ferrum Blue Ridge Folklife Festival: Interview with Gerald Anderson, by Teresa Jewell,  2007.

Folder 15: 207.8.g. Stereotypes in American Films: Past and Present, by Tiana Lovelace, 2007.

Folder 16: 207.8.h. "Come on Boys, Let's Go To Hunting", by Eric Linkenhoker, 2007.

Folder 17: 207.9.g. Stereotypes in Film, by Kara Gordon, 2007.

Folder 18: 207.9.l. Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Paper: Appla Butter and Blacksmithing, by Phillip McReynolds, 2007.

Folder 19: 207.10.j. Food and Fun at the Blue Ridge Folklife Festival, by Jamie Rowlett, 2007.

Folder 20: 207.10.l. My Family Secrets, by Jessica Wickline, 2007.

Folder 21: 207.11.e. Family Remedies vs. Modern Day Medicine, by Whitney Spradlin, 2007.

Folder 22: 207.11.k. A Pastor's Chair Bottoming, by Jae-Young Seo, 2007.

Folder 23: 207.12.e. Portuguese Remedies Compared to Modern Day Medicine, by Ashley DeFreitas, 2007.

Folder 24: 207.12.l.Molasses: Southwest Virginia Style, by Laurel Sutton, 2007.

Folder 25:207.13.l. Discovering My Family, by Heather Tickle, 2007.

Folder 26: 207.13.m. "...Weave in enough of the melody so you don't lose the tune, you know.", by Tim Thornton, 2007.

Folder 27: 207.14.l.My Family Traditions, Superstitions, and Recipes, by Ashley Tilley, 2007.

Folder 28: 207.15.l. Our Different Families, by Tilley, Wickline, and Tilley, 2007.

Folder 29:207.16.g. Stereotypes in American Film, by Megan Croughwell, 2007.

Folder 30: 207.17.e. A Little Touch of Family in the Modern World, by Emily Williamson, 2007.

Folder 31: 207.18.h. Nuclear Progression, by Robert Davis, 2007.

Box 61:

Folder 1: 208.1.a. Fred Chappell: Classic Appalachia, by Kathryn Bondurant, 2008.

Folder 2: 208.1.aa. Discovering Place: The Lyrics Within (Vol. 1), by various authors, 2008.

Folder 3: 208.2.b. Preserving "Almost Heaven": The Works of Ann Pancake, by Lori Fuller, 2008.

Folder 4: Discovering Place: Where Our Souls Reside (Vol. 2), by various authors, 2008.

Folder 5: 208.3.c. Marilou Awiakta: In a Class All Her Own, by Teresa Stutso Jewell, 2008.

Folder 6: Discovering Place: Where We Find Who We Are (Vol. 3), by various authors, 2008.

Folder 7: 208.4.d. Rita Sizemore Riddle: An Appalachian Classic, by Eric Linkenhoker, 2008.

Folder 8: 208.4.dd .Carrying the Past to the Future, by Jamie Hutchinson, 2008.

Folder 9: 208.5.e. Planting the Seed: Jim Minick as Classic Appalachian Author, by Jeremy Miller, 2008.

Folder 10: 208.6.f. At First Blush: John Curtis Willis, by Jane-Erie, Shrestha, 2008.

Folder 11: 208.7.g. Changing Perceptions: Lee Smith as a Candidate for Appalachian Classical Status, by Emilee Sowers, 2008.

Folder 12: 208.8.h. Erik Reece: Classic Appalachian Author, How can you have any hillbillies if you tear down all the hills?, by Tim Thornton, 2008.

Box 62:

Folder 1: 209.1.a. The Freeway is Not a Multitasker: of Feasting on Asphalt, and the Cultural Importance of Alton Brown, by Matt Prater, 2009.

Folder 2: 209.2.b. Foods of Appalachia: Big Chains vs. Small Chains, by Kelly Samson, 2009.

Folder 3: 209.3.c. Portrayal of the Past: A Transatlantic Comparison of Two Museums on the History and Culture of Appalachia, by Jacob Spraker, 2009.

Folder 4: 209.4.d. Appalachian Nutrition and Those That Are Affected, by Whitney Stone, 2009.

Folder 5: 209.5.e. "The Beverly Hillbillies", by Kimberly Trimble, 2009.

Folder 6: 209.6.a. Perceptions of Appalachian Advertisements in Northern California, by Laurel Devoto, 2009.

Folder 7: 209.7.b. The Crooked Road: Appalachian Music Personified, by Lisa C. Hurst, 2009.

Folder 8: 209.8.c. The War on Poverty: John F. Kennedy: A Source of Hope, by Lori Hypes, 2009.

Folder 9: 209.9.d. Appalachia Through the Eyes of Music, by Eric Linkenhoker, 2009.

Folder 10: 209.10.e. The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia: Traditional Appalachian Music Enjoys a Comeback or Resurgence in Popularity, by Jeremy Miller, 2009.

Folder 11: 209.11.f. Cracker Barrel: "A mission to please people. Nothing more. Nothing less.", by Jane-Erie Shrestha, 2009.

Folder 12: 209.12.g. Bluegrass in Appalachia and Beyond, by Shaylin Surratt, 2009.

Folder 13:209.13.h. Appalachia as a Setting in Media, by Tessica Venteicher-Shulman, 2009.

Box 63:

Folder 1: 210.1.a. Denise Giardina's The Unquiet Earth, by Candace Adkins, 2010.

Folder 2: 210.1.b. She Walks These Hills: Analyzing the Appalachian Element of a Sharyn McCrumb Novel, by Shelly Caldwell, 2010.

Folder 3: 210.1.c. Marion's Tribute, by Bradley Childress, 2010.

Folder 9: 210.1.d. On Agate Hill, by Bradley Childress, undated.

Folder 10: 210.1.e. Lark and Termite, by Miranda Compton, 2010.

Folder 11: 210.1.f. The Big Beautiful by Pamela Duncan, by Shannon Gordon, 2010.

Folder 12: 210.1.g. Strange As This Weather Has Been, by Meagan Haley, undated.

Folder 13: 210.1.h. Appalachia's Mirror: Jim Wayne Miller, by Sarah Hunter, undated.

Folder 14: 210.1.i. A Feminine Aspect of Scottish Ancestry, by Sarah Hunter, undated.

Folder 15: 210.1.j. A Summer of Worth, by Bethany Kliewer, undated.

Folder 16: 210.1.k. Gap Creek: The Story of a Marriage, by Martha McComas, 2010.

Folder 17: 210.1.l. Tim Poland, by Mary Townshend, 2010.

Folder 4: 210.2.a. We Are Appalachian Women: Hear Us Roar, by Heather Hollingsworth, undated.

Folder 5: 210.2.b. A Little Bluegrass History, by Teresa Jewell, undated.

Folder 6: 210.3.a. Cades Cove: A Look at the Private and Public Preservation of an Historical Region of the Great Smoky Mountains, by Shelly Caldwell, 2010.

Folder 7: 210.3.b. Justified: Just a TV Show?, by Kelsey Lewis, undated.

Folder 8: 210.3.c. Cultural Exposure or, Get 'em While They're Young: Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM), by Donnie Martin, 2010.