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Depression Days on an Appalachian Farm Poems by Robert L. Tener

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Published by Bird Dog Publishing .
Written in English


  • American - General,
  • General,
  • Personal Memoirs,
  • Appalachia, Midwest, Southern Ohio,
  • Poetry / Single Author / American,
  • sense of place, history, poetry, memoir,
  • Poetry

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatMass Market Paperback
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8815739M
ISBN 101933964030
ISBN 109781933964034

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An Appalachian Summer’s historical setting is Kentucky during the Great Depression, and more specifically the Frontier Nursing Service in the Appalachian Mountains founded by Mary Breckinridge (who plays a small, but important role in the book)/5.   The Appalachian Region's economy, once highly dependent on mining, forestry, agriculture, chemical industries, and heavy industry, has become more diversified in .   A few months back, I came across a novel by Kentucky writer Kim Michele Richardson, “The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek.” Compulsively readable, Richardson’s novel tells the story of Cussy Carter, the last of the “Kentucky Blue” people, who takes a job with the Depression-era WPA Pack Horse Library project to deliver books into the remote mountains of eastern : Joan Vannorsdall. Though Kentucky is certainly an Appalachian state, I've never claimed to have an Appalachian upbringing. It was mostly Southern with a large dose of Midwestern/Heartland culture added to the mix. Though I (we) love our fellow Kentuckians in the East, we speak differently, vote differently, worship differently, farm differently, and and thrive.

  Appalachian Thursday – Back on The Farm. We just returned from spending several days at The Farm in West Virginia. My niece is the eighth generation of my family to grow up on that land. The house we stay in is just a few months older than I am since my parents built it while Mom was pregnant with me. It’s come a long way from my.   John Dominis' s pictures show day-to-day life for the forgotten people of America's Appalachia who sustained themselves on a bare government subsistence level and lived in shacks.   However, shifts in industry coupled with a sharp decline in coal mining have led many residents and businesses to move west, leaving most of those remaining in the heart of Appalachian in financial and emotional depression. Psychologist Steve Tackett, of Greenup, Kentucky, said financial difficulty is often a major contributor to the depression of his patients.   The Foxfire Books. A comment below reads, “People need to be familiar with the Foxfire series of books. Contains a ton of depression era type skills that have been superseded by today’s high tech world.” Years ago I bought the set. For your interest, here are the links via amzn books: The Foxfire Book. Foxfire 2. Foxfire 3. Foxfire 4.

  Meet 10 Depression-Era Photographers Who Captured the Struggle of Rural America Two women and eight men were sent out with their cameras in .   Comment.***SHIPS SAME DAY-all orders placed M-F before ET ship same day***Book is in very good condition, has had minimal use and is in great are clean and perfectly readable. Cover may shows signs of light wear***Don't hesitate to contact us if we can ever be of assistance!***For every book we sell, we donate a book to a local or global charity in s: 1. Welcome to The Book Farm, Inc! The Book Farm, Inc. is your best source of books for Libraries, Public Schools and Nonprofit Organizations. We carry thousands of titles from hundreds of publishers, so we have what you need. One of our expert sales representatives will be glad to help you build your collection.   “In Louisville, Kentucky, even the ongoing economic depression cannot keep Piper Danson's parents from insisting on a debut party. After all, their fortune came through the market crash intact, and they've picked out the perfect suitor for their daughter.