Geographic Term ID: CBA000114261

Appalachian region (North America)

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Article Cody Miller (2023)
Soils as Archives: Cultivating an Integrative Pedagogy for Soil History and Place-Based Education in Appalachia. Agricultural History (pp. 649-655). (/isis/citation/CBB354598834/) unapi

Article Zada Komara (2023)
Healer’s Choice: Gender, Self-Care, and Women’s Wellness Products in an Appalachian Coal Town. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 158-182). (/isis/citation/CBB181354303/) unapi

Article Steven Stoll (January 2021)
Theorizing the Mountains. Environmental History (pp. 23-28). (/isis/citation/CBB356380835/) unapi

Article Swanson, Drew A.; Steven Stoll; Kathryn Newfont; et al. (2021)
Forum: Appalachia’s Environmental History. Environmental History (pp. 7-8). (/isis/citation/CBB155125023/) unapi

Article Kathryn Newfont (January 2021)
Understory Environmental History: Learning from the Appalachian Commons. Environmental History (pp. 29-38). (/isis/citation/CBB758603464/) unapi

Book Barbara Barksdale Clowse (2020)
A Doctor for Rural America: The Reforms of Frances Sage Bradley. (/isis/citation/CBB837947269/) unapi

Book Horace Kephart; Claxton, Mae Miller; George Frizzell (2020)
Horace Kephart : writings. (/isis/citation/CBB154285362/) unapi

Chapter Audrey Horning (2019)
Removal and Remembering: Archaeology and the Legacies of Displacement in Southern Appalachia. In: The archaeology of removal in North America (pp. 127-156). (/isis/citation/CBB288404577/) unapi

Book Michael Camp (2019)
Unnatural resources: Energy and environmental politics in Appalachia after the 1973 oil embargo. (/isis/citation/CBB263169855/) unapi

Book Timothy Thoresen (2018)
River, Reaper, Rail: Agriculture and Identity in Ohio’s Mad River Valley, 1795–1885. (/isis/citation/CBB959233169/) unapi

Book Edward Slavishak (2018)
Proving Ground: Expertise and Appalachian Landscapes. (/isis/citation/CBB366779621/) unapi

Article William Johnston (April 2018)
Blood on the Mountain. Environmental History. (/isis/citation/CBB860452348/) unapi

Book Shannon Elizabeth Bell (2016)
Fighting King Coal: The Challenges to Micromobilization in Central Appalachia. (/isis/citation/CBB411809870/) unapi

Book Phoebe Ann Pollitt (2016)
African American and Cherokee Nurses in Appalachia: A History, 1900-1965. (/isis/citation/CBB208191630/) unapi

Chapter John C. Inscoe (2015)
“The Strength of the Hills”: Representations of Appalachian Wilderness as Civil War Refuge. In: The Blue, the Gray, and the Green: Toward an Environmental History of the Civil War (pp. 113-143). (/isis/citation/CBB591936630/) unapi

Article Wright, Alice P.; Loveland, Erika (2015)
Ritualised Craft Production at the Hopewell Periphery: New Evidence from the Appalachian Summit. Antiquity (pp. 137-153). (/isis/citation/CBB001422586/) unapi

Article Lee, Tom (2014)
Southern Appalachia's Nineteenth-Century Bright Tobacco Boom: Industrialization, Urbanization, and the Culture of Tobacco. Agricultural History (pp. 175-206). (/isis/citation/CBB001421783/) unapi

Book Mittlefehldt, Sarah (2013)
Tangled Roots: The Appalachian Trail and American Environmental Politics. (/isis/citation/CBB001452010/) unapi

Chapter Matthew C. Ward (2013)
Guns, Violence and Identity on the Trans-Appalachian American Frontier. In: A Cultural History of Firearms in the Age of Empire (pp. 17-38). (/isis/citation/CBB725115041/) unapi

Book Newfont, Kathryn (2012)
Blue Ridge Commons: Environmental Activism and Forest History in Western North Carolina. (/isis/citation/CBB001421805/) unapi

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