Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People: Season 1, Episode 4

Power and Place (30 Apr. 2009)

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A rich, deeply conflicted region forges its own identity amidst continual exploitation and renewal- from the first American school of scientific forestry to the death of the American ... See full summary »

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Judy Bonds ...
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Ron Eller ...
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Barbara Kingsolver ...
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E.O. Wilson ...
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A rich, deeply conflicted region forges its own identity amidst continual exploitation and renewal- from the first American school of scientific forestry to the death of the American Chestnut, from union battles to the conservation , from the War on Poverty to the Cherokee Renaissance. Form the heartbreak of mountaintop removal mining to the hope of a new American Chestnut tree, the struggle to find a proper relationship to the natural world remains the real Appalachian story. Written by Ross Spears

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