ALL 52 issues of The Appalachian Quarterly and The Appalachian are in portable digital file format – pdf.
These files are available for purchase on cd’s. Each year’s cd will retail at $12.00 plus tax and shipping.
$150.00 plus $10.00 Shipping & VA tax for the whole set.
Appalachian Quarterly Issues
1996 – 3 issues, 1997 – 4 issues, 1998 – 4 issues, 1999 – 4 issues, 2000 – 4 issues, 2001 – 4 issues, 2002 – 4 issues, 2003 – 4 issues, 2004 – 4 issues, 2005 – 4 issues, 2006 – 4 issues, 2007 – 4 issues, 2008 - 3 issues, 2009 – 2 issues, April and October.
The Appalachian Quarterly and The Appalachian feature stories of the heritage and history of the Appalachian sections of the states of Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia and Virginia. Stories such as the lineage of families of Daugherty, Wood, Lane, Porter, Lawson, and many, many more.
Send orders to: Wise County Historical Society
P. O. Box 368, Wise, VA 24293
Rhonda S. Robertson
COVERING THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS
KENTUCKY, NORTH CAROLINA, TENNESSEE,
VIRGINIA AND WEST VIRGINIA
112 page magazine of genealogy and history. Published by Wise County Historical Society.
See Order Form & Postage Chart
LAYOUT and SETUP and Co Editor
Contains: Family and Area History, From the Hills of Appalachia, Reaching Out, Children of the Appalachians, Regular Features, Special Focus, Melungeon, On The Bookshelf
Wanda proof reads the magazine, prepares it for mailing and mails it with help from her husband Stuart, volunteers Bill Porter, Mildred Hughes and Wanda Manicure, who helps package the magazine for mailing and Bill Gobble who keeps a database of names and addresses of subscribers to the magazine There are many elements of preparing the magazine for shipment.
On The Bookshelf: What’s new in book releases, Articles on people, music, food, flora & fauna, culture, folklore, military and much more… anything pertaining to that which is uniquely Appalachian.
SPECIAL FOCUS EDITOR
Special Focus: highlighting *Appalachian legends & mysteries, Ghost Towns, Historic towns, Counties, Treasure stories, etc. * Special Features: Soldiers, women in history, recipes, Native Americans, archaeology sites, etc.
From the Desk of the Editor
It is with much sadness that we submit this (last) issue of the Appalachian; and a profound sense of pride in what The Appalachian and the Appalachian Quarterly has accomplished.
It began as a composite of historical events, people, places in five states; Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. We believe that we have achieved our goal of projecting a positive image of people and places in the Appalachian mountains. The heritage that has been handed down to the present generation is a great one and one for all of us to be proud of.
Of all the books published by the Wise County Historical Society, “Between Brothers,” the biographic history of the Civil War soldiers from Wise and Dickenson Counties, Va., was instrumental in preserving not only their service records, but their photos as well. All counties in the U.S. should produce Civil War Biographical histories before all the stories and photos are gone.
We have this issue Applachian Quarterly Volume 1, Number 1 in pdf digital files. The CD’s can be purchased for $18.00 which consists of 4 magazines.
The Appalachian Quarterly
ALL issues of The Appalachian Quarterly and The Appalachian are in portable digital file format-pdf.
These files are available for purchase on cds. Each year’s cd will retail at $18.00 plus tax and shipping.
It is with much sadness that we had to submit our last issue of THE APPALACHIAN in October of 2009 due to circumstances beyond our control. However we are proud to offer all issues on portable digital file format-pdf. These files are available for purchase on cds. Each year’s cd will retail at $18.00 plus tax and shipping.