Women in Appalachia and the South: Gender, race, region, and agency
- `Beyond the mountains': The paradox of women's place in Appalachian history. Smith, Barbara Ellen // NWSA Journal;Fall99, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p1
Argues that women's history in Appalachia requires an approach that looks beyond orthodox sources of data and fields of action to locate women's history-making and the contestation of gender. Gendered constructions of Appalachia; Narratives of regional history featuring men as determinant...
- 'The Smoky Time': Ohio Frontier Valley. Swick, Ray // History Today;Apr77, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p234
Reports on the settlement of White men in the Appalachian region. Lifestyle of the settlers in Ohio, New England and Pennsylvania; Environmental implication of the community formation; Historical account of the social and economic condition of the United States during the 18th century.
- The war on poverty in Appalachia: Oral history from the `top down' and the `bottom up'. Glen, John M. // Oral History Review;Summer95, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p67
Presents a thirty-year collection of testimonies on the War on Poverty in Appalachia to demonstrate the interaction of oral history and Appalachian Studies. Two common problems in oral history; Location of interpretative authority; Description of collected testimonies; Movement of oral history...
- REPRINTS. // Appalachian Heritage;Fall2011, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p119
A bibliography of reprinted books received for review in the Fall of 2011 is presented, including "The Battles of Chickamauga and Chattanooga and the Organizations Engaged," by Henry V. Boynton, "A Strike Like No Other Strike: Law and Resistance During the Pittston Coal Strike of 1989-1990," by...
- TO THE EDITORS. BUKOWCZYK, JOHN J. // American Historical Review;Oct2008, Vol. 113 Issue 4, p1300
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The Significance of the Trans-Appalachian Frontier in Atlantic History," by François Furstenberg in the June 2008 issue.
- FRANÇOIS FURSTENBERG RESPONDS. FURSTENBERG, FRANÇOIS // American Historical Review;Oct2008, Vol. 113 Issue 4, p1300
A response by François Furstenberg to a letter to the editor about his article "The Significance of the Trans-Appalachian Frontier in Atlantic History" in the June 2008 issue is presented.
- Using witness trees to assess forest change in southeastern Ohio . Dyer, James M. // Canadian Journal of Forest Research;Oct2001, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p1708
Reports on how, in 1787, the U.S. Congress authorized the sale of the "Ohio Company Purchase", ca. 5000 km2 in Appalachian Ohio. How the land was surveyed using a township and range system shortly thereafter.; Number of trees which were transcribed from the survey records, and witness tree...
- Book reviews. Snay, Mitchell; Quist, John W. // Journal of the Early Republic;Winter97, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p713
Reviews the book `An Abolitionist in the Appalalchian South: Ezekiel Birdseye on Slavery, Capitalism, and Separate Statehood in East Tennessee,' by Durwood Dunn.
- Interview with John Ehle. Boggess, Carol // Appalachian Journal;Fall2005, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p32
Presents an interview with author John Ehle. He described his house near Penland School, originally known as the old Willis homeplace. When asked about some of his impressive snake scenes in his books, Ehle explained that they were part of the story of Appalachia. He talked about his family and...