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Appalachian People, Culture, and History - ROBERT SEPEHR - YouTube

While the Appalachian Mountains stretch from parts of Canada to Alabama, the cultural region of Appalachia typically refers only to the central and southern ...

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Appalachian culture is full of myths, monsters, and ghost stories. Read on for the most famous Appalachian folklore stories and superstitions.

Shelby Lee Adams-Gateway to Heaven Church, Pastor Bill Noble, 1995, Lost Creek, Kentucky.

salt & truth The Roots of Inspiration, Shelby Lee Adams Coal Miner, 93, Little Leatherwood It is the spirit of the mountaineer living in the hollers that motivates and interests me. The visual representation of this culture has rarely been made from inside. I don’t deny, nor do I see poverty as a focus in my work; once the “poverty” filter is removed a different world emerges. The culture is multi-layered in expressing the fullness of life. Mountain people are more accepting of diverse…

Appalachian girl in Leatherwood, Kentucky, by William Gedney in 1964.

Photographs taken of the Cornett family of Eastern Kentucky in 1964, by a 28 year old William Gale Gedney.

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Hiking the mighty Katahdin is the iconic start of the AT Southbound. The mountain is a deeply sacred site to the Native American peoples; especially the Penobscot, and is a humbling and difficult climb. It's my AT start point, but also the finish point for thousands of Northbound hikers. Join me as I take the long ride into Baxter State Park full of nerves, and set off up to the mighty Katahdin summit. -Click the link for my full blog.
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