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Eliot Wigginton
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After reading the book, would you enjoy the life experienced by those living in the Appalachian Mountains? Explain your answer, using information from the text.

Using examples from the text, discuss the ways in which animals are used in everyday life in this region.

Throughout the book, religion and faith are shown to be driving forces in the lives of these individuals. Discuss the ways these articles show the importance of these themes.

In the introduction to "Making a Hamper" Mary Garth states, "I've learned tremendous respect for Beulah and all the others who share similar hardships, if you can call them hardships at all." What do you think Mary means by this statement?

In "Aunt Arie," Arie mentions the park service has offered her tremendous amounts of money to sell her land and move from the property, which she has...

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