Friday Fare to Appalachia Since at least the 1800’s, there has been a mixed blood strain of people living in pockets of Appalachia called Melungeons.
I started to write this blog post about what Independence Day, the Fourth of July, meant to me. But, I changed my mind. Independence Day
Storytelling is a tradition in Appalachia. Down through the decades, many Appalachian children and adults have spent nights on the front porch, gathered around an
Friday Fare to Appalachia Do the people of a geographic region like Appalachia have unique personality traits? Some think so. A number of studies have
The Song of Hiawatha, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, was written in 1855 and set on the southern shore of Lake Superior, the largest of the
Friday Fare to Appalachia Caves. Rock ledge overhangs. Primitive cabins. In that order. That is where the mountain people of Kentucky settled after they made