Here are some Appalachian Heritage links that you might be interested in looking into. If you do no back track to the TNFirst page, we want to thank you at this time for visiting and please visit again.
THE MUSEUM OF APPALACHIA A fascinating look at how Tennesseans have lived and worked for the past two hundred years with great special events and stunning recreations of frontier life.
ARCHIVES OF APPALACHIA from East Tennessee State University. This site has loads of information on reference materials on Appalachia.
SOUTHERN FESTIVALS Check out current calander listings of festivals, fairs, special places and events in the south.
MOUNTAIN HERITAGE CENTER The Mountain Heritage Center, at Western Carolina University, celebrates the natural and cultural heritage of the southern Appalachina region.
OLD TIME FAMILY PHOTO ALBUM Album includes pictures covering five generations of the Simpson family,
THE MOONLIT ROAD Stories from the American South on the paranormal. You can read stories in text version, or use RealAudio or Shockwave software to hear an audio version by a Southern storyteller.
APPALACHIAN COOK BOOK Try some of the old time favorites and some of the more unusual ones.
JOHN C. CAMPBELL FOLK SCHOOL in Brasstown, North Carolina offers over 450 week long and weekend long classes covering traditional and contemporary crafts, music, dance, photography, storytelling, etc.
APPALACHIAN CULTURE MUSEUM The Appalachian Culture Museum is a part of Appalachian State University in Boone, NC.
THE FOXFIRE MUSEUM Vistors to Foxfure receive a rare glimpse of what life was like for mountaineers who settled the area 150 years.
THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL An online journey into "the Heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains."
STANLEY HICKS Musician, instrument maker, storyteller.