Appalachian Studies

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Welcome to Appalachian Studies at Wikiversity!

Where is Appalachia?[edit]

Geological Definitions[edit]

Geographical Definitions[edit]

Political Definitions[edit]

Cultural Definitions[edit]

Appalachian History[edit]

First Contact: Etymology of "Appalachia"[edit]

Colonization of Appalachia[edit]

Appalachia in the Civil War[edit]

Peoples of Appalachia[edit]

Native Americans[edit]

European Americans[edit]

African Americans[edit]

Mixed Peoples of Appalachia[edit]

Melungeons[edit]

Gender in Appalachia[edit]

LGBT in Appalachia[edit]

Appalachian Geography[edit]

Canada[edit]

New York[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

Ohio[edit]

Maryland[edit]

West Virginia[edit]

Virginia[edit]

Kentucky[edit]

Tennessee[edit]

North Carolina[edit]

South Carolina[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Alabama[edit]

Mississippi[edit]

Appalachian Cultures[edit]

Language in Appalachia[edit]

Appalachian English[edit]

Religion in Appalachia[edit]

Appalachian Music[edit]

Appalachian Stereotypes[edit]

Economics & Politics of Contemporary Appalachia[edit]

Energy[edit]

Coal[edit]

Fracking[edit]

Wind[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Healthcare[edit]

Resources for Appalachian Studies[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Encyclopedia of Appalachia
  • race in Appalachia:
    • Appalachians and Race
    • Blacks in Appalachia
    • Slavery in the American Mountain South

Films[edit]

  • coal wars (WV): Matewan