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AUDIOVISUALS
Title The Appalachians / a production of Evening Star Productions ; Nashville Public Television.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : "The Appalachians" Home Video Ltd., [2005]

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 MUSKINGUM DVD  F217.A65 A67 2005  pt. 1    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  F217.A65 A67 2005  pt. 2    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  F217.A65 A67 2005  pt. 3    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM DVD  F217.A65 A67 2005  pt. 1    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  F217.A65 A67 2005  pt. 2    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  F217.A65 A67 2005  pt. 3    AVAILABLE  
Subject Appalachians (People) -- History.
Music -- Appalachian Region -- History and criticism.
Documentary television programs.
Appalachian Region -- Social life and customs.
Appalachian Region -- Social conditions.
Appalachian Region -- Economic conditions.
Alt Name Geller, Phylis.
Evans, Mari-Lynn.
Mahoney, James, 1949-
Evening Star Productions.
WNPT (Television station : Nashville, Tenn.)
Description 3 videodiscs : sound, color, with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD.
Performer Interviewees: Johnny Cash, Ricky Skaggs, Loretta Lynn, Marty Stuart, Little Jimmy Dickens, and others.
Credits Writer and producter, Phylis Geller ; executive producer, Mari-Lynn C. Evans ; project developers, Mari-Lynn C. Evans and Tom Robertson ; narrator, J.W. Mahoney.
Note Originally produced for public television broadcast.
Bonus feature: exclusive, never before released interview with Johnny Cash.
Summary The Appalachian mountains have been called America's "first frontier." The story of the brave pioneers who settled this great wilderness is the story of America: immigration, settlement, the Revolution and the Civil War, the growth of industry and the use and abuse of land. In addition, Appalachia has had a powerful impact on American music, folklore and culture, giving birth to what we know today as country music. Appalachia has always played a critical role in American history. It has been closely tied to the nation's economic fate--in particular, the roller-coaster cycles of boom and bust with coal, timber and steel. --from back cover
OCLC # 61669127