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Storytelling Festivals

Storytelling is one of the ancient arts of communication, existing all the way back to prehistoric times. In Appalachia, storytelling has been perfected. This weekend, Cave run Storytelling Festival will be held on the banks of Cave run Lake, outside

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Appalachia: The Foxfire Books and Magazine

  The Foxfire Magazine and the Foxfire series of books are some of the most fascinating works you will ever read on the culture and traditions of Appalachia. The Foxfire Magazine was started in 1966 in Rabun County, GA and

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Posted in Appalachia, Eastern Kentucky

Roundup of Appalachian Blog Posts

Roundup of Appalachian blog posts

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Appalachian Folklore: The Jack Tales

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 elder, listening to stories that have seldom found a place in written forklore. Most of

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Posted in Appalachia, Eastern Kentucky, history
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