Letters to My Son: Reflections of Urban Appalachia at Mid Century
A different perspective of Appalachian living during the mid 20th century years. Recounted stories for a son take the reader on a journey through the experiences of the urban population of Appalachia. No hogs butchered in the backyard, or outhouses to contend with; none of the stereotypes typically assumed of the Appalachian American. Sometimes humorous, occasionally poignant, and always on point, Letters to My Son - Reflections of Urban Appalachia at Mid-Century is a fascinating glimpse into perhaps the most mislabeled population in America.
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