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Appalachian History - this newly published 1930s W.Va. memoir has it in spades

Kenneth A. Tabler, author of " The Day is Far Spent ," rose from a poor, sleepy milltown in West Virginia and propelled himself to a PhD and a high profile career with...
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Kenneth A. Tabler, author of "The Day is Far Spent ," rose from a poor, sleepy milltown in West Virginia and propelled himself to a PhD and a high profile career with that newly invented thing called "the computer."  This book reads folksy without being sentimental about the very real people it depicts struggling to live through the Depression and its aftermath.

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