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Updated 12/10/2013


Accidents and Industrial Disasters
“Daddy Please Don't Go Down in That Hole Today”   2:1;p23
Danger in the Hole: 1958 Mine Rescue Team  36:1;p34
December 6, 1907: No Christmas at Monongah  19:4;p9
December 6, 1907: No Christmas at Monongah   25:4;p12
An Easter Tragedy: The Weirton Bus Crash of 1951  30:1;p26
Echoes of Buffalo Creek: An Introduction  35:4;p9
Echoes of Buffalo Creek: Leon Ball  35:4;p14
Echoes of Buffalo Creek: Lewis Bondurant  35:4;p18
“I Know Them All”: Monongah's Faithful Father Briggs   25:4;p21
MacDunn and the 1934 Train Explosion   31:2;p50
Mine Mishap  18:2;p54
Miner's Widow: Sara Kaznoski, Fighter and Survivor  14;2;p52
Nightmare at Point Pleasant: The Fall of the Silver Bridge    21:4;p46
November 14, 1970: Remembering the Marshall Tragedy    21:3;p65
"Sleeping Beneath the Sand": Songwriter John W. Unger  19:4;p61
A Spruce Knob Miracle   26:3;p56
“Thankful to Be Alive”: Survivor Chris Valenti Barker  30:1;p30
Was Witt Jennings Involved?: The Hawks Nest Tragedy  23:1;p44


Agriculture
“All They Knew Was Pull and Get It”: Daniel Richmond About Then and Now  23:2;p10
Angus Cattle in West Virginia and America  9:2;p45
Apple Royalty: Berkeley County's Miller Family   27:3;p6
The Art of Pressing Apples 34:3;p66
Barn Builder: The Working Wisdom of Lawson Kimbrew  13:4;p32
The Barns of Pendleton County   24:1;p50
Beekeeping in West Virginia  30:2;p43
Bees and Vines: Frank Androczi's Little Hungary Winery  18:3;p18
Belgians and Other Draft Breeds  12:2;p14
Ben Gravely's Garden Tractor  23:2;p26
Bärg Käss: Cheesemaking Among the West Virginia Swiss  20:1;p28
“Boy, That Was A Fine Bean!”: A Harvesttime Interview With An Old-Fashioned Gardener   10:3;p9
“Boy, That Was a Fine Bean!”: A Harvesttime Interview with an Old-Fashioned Gardener  25:3;p10
Breaking New Ground: A Century of Agricultural Experimentation  14:1;p46
The Buckwheat Stops Here: Preston County’s Hazelton Mill 39:3;p58
Building Cedar Lakes  16:3;p18
Business, Country-Style: Buying a Truck and Hunkering Down with the Neighbors  22:3;p22
By the Signs  23:1;p68
Canning and Camping: Girls' 4-H in Mason County  17:2;p22
The Cattle Drive  10:2;p8
Cedar Lakes: Recalling the Farm Years  16:3;p14
Christmas Year-Round: The Annual Cycle at the Tree Farm  18:4;p14
Country Vet Doc White   24:4;p10
Dad's Sheep  15:1;p8
Don Bosco: Agricultural Education in Randolph County   27:1;p32
Early Life on the Nuzum Dairy Farm   29:1;p38
Electricity Comes to the Country: Recalling Rural Electrification  15:2;p48
Family Farming  17:2;p45
The Farmer's Friend: The West Virginia Market Bulletin 19:2;p57
A Fence Full of Apples: Espalier in Sistersville   27:3;p19
“The Finest in the State”: Shadle's Mount Vernon Farm  19:2;p48
First Cutting  13:2;p2
For Love and Money: Jefferson County Horse Racing  15:1;p48
Gentle Giants: The Draft Horse Revival  12:2;p9
Getting Started on Spring: Grandfather's Garden   24:1;p68
“Go See Willard”: Selling Farm Machinery in Preston County  21:1;p32
Grandma and the Gentleman 32:1;p50
Guy Kelley: The Beekeeper of Bloomingrose  30:2;p38
"The Greatest Apple in the World": Striking Gold in the Clay County Hills  21:3;p31
Grinding Grist: The Inner Workings of Mollohan Mill  10:4;p13
Growing Christmas: John Cooper and Santa's Forest  18:4;p9
Hard Ground and Weeds: Will Bruner's Gardening Memoir  13:2;p60
Hard Times and Higher Learning: Education on the Family Plan  12:2;p52
Hard Work and Independence: The Showalters of Eagle's Nest Ranch  11:1;p34
Harvesting and Threshing the Grain: Working for Our Daily Bread  23:3;p49
Harvesting the Victory: Richwood Joins the WWII Effort  17:3;p18
Head, Heart, Hands and Health: The West Virginia 4-H Movement  10:2;p9
Heirloom Apples   27:3;p14
The Hill Farm: Making a Living from Mountain Land  15:2;p18
Hog Butchering  10:3;p69
A Home for the Homeless: Remembering the Pleasants County Poor Farm  20:3;p45
How We Fed Ourselves Back Then: Eating Well in Barbour County   33:2;p26
I Remember Chickens  36:2;p18
Keeper of the Bees: Howard Collins of Wirt County  12:4;p42
The Leetown Mill  12:4;p27
Low Tech: The Workings of a Water Mill  17:1;p16
Making It On His Own: Hardy County Farmer Dayton Bradfield  10:3;p51
A Man and his Mill: Jim Wells Takes on the Greenville Mill  17:1;p9
Maple Croft: A Mineral County Farm  9:2;p41
Maple Sugar Time  11:1;p64
The Milk Had to Get Through: Home Delivery in Tucker County  25:1;p26
A Modern Noah: Penny Miller of Wheeling  15:3;p40
The Mortgage Lifter: A Man and his Tomato  20:2;p9
Mountain Cattle Drives   24:2;p48
Never Going to Quit: Maurice G. Brooks  14:1;p52
No Place Better to Live: The Campbells of Monroe County  11:3;p25
On Bower's Ridge: Family Life in Wyoming County  19:3;p36
On Flag Run: Looking Back on a Taylor County Family  12:3;p16
Obert Parsons: Boone County's Apple Expert   27:3;p22
“Part P.T. Barnum and Part Billy Sunday”: James Morris Remembers 'Teepi' Kendrick  10:2;p16
A Pattern To Life: Folk Dancers Rush & Ruby Butcher   26:1;p58
“A Place for Memories”: The Leatherman Barn of Hardy County  20:4;p26
Perfecting the Pawpaw: A Fruit and Its Foundation  17:1;p37
Pulling the Weight, Doing the Work: Barbour County's Horse Pull  23:2;p20
Puttin’ Up Hay in Doddridge County 39:2;p52
Raising Calves in Monroe County   32:1;p44
Raising Cane: A Sweet Story From Calhoun County  21:3;p20
Randolph County Cattleman Herman Isner  37:1;p22
“A Really Fine Place”: Talking About Kenna  11:3;p50
Recalling Life along the Little Kanawha   38:4;p30
Recalling Will Bruner  13:2;p62
Red Clay Memories: My Early Life in Turner Hollow   27:1;p38
Remembering a Mountain Neighbor: The Man from River Ridge  22:4;p25
Round Bottom: Home of the New River Gwinns  10:2;p16
"Satisfied to Stay Here": Nellie Funk Hill of Sunnyside Farm  11:1;p52
Saving Garden Seed  20:2;p12
Seed Saving  10:3;p18
Seed Saving   25:3;p18
“Something for Everybody”: Going to the State Fair with the Tuckwillers   25:2;p30
Stepping Back in Time: Another West Virginia Gristmill  17:1;p20
“Those Weren't Bad Days”: Ritchie County Farm Life 22:3;p9
Tending the Herd in Jackson County: Mitzie Rival and her Goats  33:2;p32
Tobacco Barns  11:4;p60
Tools of Mountain Living: The Grain Cradle  19:4;p8
Tools of Mountain Living: The Knot Maul  20:1;p8
The View from Brandywine: Looking Back with Lester Hoover  18:4;p25
Water Witching  20:4;p40
“We Drove Cattle from Beverly to Oceola”   24:2;p51
"We Toiled and Labored and Grew Up": Looking Back in Ritchie County  16:3;p55
“We’re Very Blessed”: Sweet Life at Laurel Fork Farm     37:1;p16
West Virginia Back Roads: “Farmer Lessons” in Preston County   36:4;p64
West Virginia Back Roads: The Great Pumpkin of Preston County   36:3;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: PIGS Haven in Shepherdstown   35:2;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Pressing Cider in Preston County    34:3;p64
The West Virginia Honey Festival  12:4;p47
West Virginia Silos  10:3;p20
The West Virginia State Farm Museum  12:4;pll
Whatever It Takes: Elmer Mollohan of Webster County  10:4;p9
While the Iron is Hot: From Blacksmithing to Modern Welding  17:4;p46
Young Days on our Stone Lick Farm  31:1;p24


American Folklife Center(Library of Congress)
Ethnic Music: A Neglected Part of Appalachian Culture  3:2;p41
An Interview with Alan Jabbour  3:3;p10


Appalachian South Folklife Center
Don West, Poet and Preacher  5:4;p47
“More Than Butterfly Words”: Don West Comes Home to Pipestem  14:4;p67


Architecture
An Acre of Comfort: The Architecture of Eleanor  14:1;p32
Another Roadside Attraction: The Chester Teapot  17:1;p62
The Barns of Pendleton County   24:1;p50
The Barns of West Virginia  4:2/3;p51
The Barns of West Virginia  7:4;p56 
Berkeley Castle: Living in a Landmark    37:4;p8
Bluefield's Biggest: The Grand West Virginia Hotel  19:2;p15
Bringing Back the Beauty: Stained Glass Restoration in Randolph County   29:1;p10
Building the Capitol  8:2;p16
Building the State Capitol: The Official Construction Photographs from the West Virginia State Archives  8:2;p9
Capitol Cover-up: Gold-leafing the Dome  15:3;p25
Capitol Street, Charleston: Commentary on a Central Business District  4:2/3;p43
“Cheap, Quick and Drafty”: The Jenny Lind House  16:1;p65
Cool Springs Park: Harlan Castle Goes Into Business  17:1;p57
Conversation with An Old House  22:4;p63
The Curio House at Harpers Ferry   35:2;p60
Diving Into History: Pools of the Northern Panhandle   28:2;p24
Everbreeze: Life at an Ohio County Landmark     39:3;p52
Finding the Barns of Summers County  37:4;p52
Graceland: The Past and Future of an Elkins Landmark  5:3;p39
The Graceland Restoration  5:3;p48
Grafton’s B&O Station: Revisiting a Railroad Treasure  30:3;p10
“Happy to be a West Virginian”: Architect Alex Mahood  19:2;p18
Hopemont: Curing Tuberculosis in Preston County  12:1;p30
A House and a Home: Recalling a Wayne County Homeplace  22:4;p57
Huntington’s Memorial Arch   36:3;p48
Jefferson County Courthouse and Jail     32:2;p31
Job's Temple: A Gilmer County Landmark  17:2;p58
Jones Mansion: The Checkered History of a McDowell County Landmark  31:2;p52
Koolwink Motel: The American Dream in Romney      35:1;p54
The Leetown Mill  12:4;p27
Life in the Levi Shinn House  31:3;p58
Log Barns of West Virginia  9:1;p40
Mail Order Housing: An Architect's View   8:2;p40
Making It Stick  15:3;p28
Millionaires' Town: The Houses and People of Bramwell  8:4;p43
No Place Better to Live: The Campbells of Monroe County  11:3;p25
One Order Brought It All: A Morgantown Mail-Order House  8:2;p36
The Other Coal House   28:1;p60
Our Capitol: Architect Cass Gilbert Speaks  8:2;p19
Our Lady of the Pines: The Small Church With a Big Heart   26:1;p52
Our Old House: Recalling a Wayne County Homeplace  22:4;p
The Passing of a Grand Hotel: Recollections of the Daniel Boone Hotel in Charleston  8:2;p54
Rebuilding a Dream: The Other Mill at Jackson's Mill  20:3;p51
Recasting a Landmark: New Life for an Old Sutton Church  14:3;p65
Religion by the Roadside: The Halltown Memorial Chapel  22:4;p52
Ritchie County Cellar Houses  30:3;p40
The Roosevelt Outhouse   24:4;p28
Shipshape in Philippi: The House that Lair D. Morrall Built  15:4;p18
Smaller Than the Smallest   26:1;p54
“So Charitable a Mission”: The Odd Fellows Home in Elkins   29:3;p18
Tales from the Cells: Recalling the Tucker County Jail   32:3;p42
Tobacco Barns  11:4;p60
Twin Houses of Maken 39:4;p58
Vitrolite  18:3;p34
West Virginia Back Roads: Chapel for a Boy in Upshur County   35:4;p64
West Virginia Cribs and Granaries  9:4;p47
A Wheeling Sketchbook  8:3;p70
When the Capitol Burned  12:1;p8
Williamson's Coal House   28:1;p24
A Wonderland of Books: Recalling Parkersburg’s Carnegie Library   36:3;p52


Archaeology
Blennerhassett Island: Report on a Wood County Archaeological Dig  6:2;p53


Art
Alive and Working: Folk Sculptor Connard Wolfe  20:1;p9
Art From Steel   12:1;p12
Beauty In Rocks: Earl Ellifritz and His Museum   26:3;p8
Between Hammer and Anvil: Jeff Fetty and West Virginia Blacksmithing  12:1;p9
A Bird's-eye View of West Virginia: The Panoramic Maps of Thaddeus Mortimer Fowler  15:2;p9
Bringing Lincoln to West Virginia  7:3;p65
Chesney’s Totem Pole: Tribute to a Fairmont Landmark   34:3;p34
Coal Art: The “Other” West Virginia Coal Industry      34:4;p10
Dugan Drew It All: Recalling a Great Huntington Cartoonist  15:1;p22
Early Art and Artists in West Virginia: Book Review   29:3;p17
“Finding a Face in the Stone”: Folk Artist Earl Gray     32:1;p56
Flour Sack Art: The S. George Company Wood Block Prints  6:3;p9
“The Harder It Is, The Better I Like It”  2:2;p40
A Heritage of Regional Landscapes: Appalachian Baptistry Paintings  6:2;p40
“I Never Gave Up the Art”: Boyd Boggs of Gilmer County   29:3;p10
James Tyree Rexrode, The Artist  3:3;p42
James Tyree Rexrode, The Man  3:3;p39
John B. Wright  1:1;p11
Living and Learning: Margaret Allen of Moorefield  13:2;p54
Mary S. Ferguson  2:1;p14
Old Tales, New Places  2:4;p40
“Parables in Picture Form”: The Art of Patrick J. Sullivan  6:2;p30
Preston County Educator is Expert Penman  3:2;p18
"Putting Things Together" Mark Blumenstein Finds the Spirit in Metal  16:3;p9
Red Clay Country Pilgrimage  2:2;p50
Rural Murals: New Deal Art in West Virginia  24:3;p36
S. George Company History  6:3;p13
Sandpaper   28:2;p64
Scissors, Paper and Glue: The Art of Mary Olive Eddy Jones  21:2;p20
Seeing in Black & White: Photographer Sam McCulloch    39:1;p32
The Seldom Seen Work of Huntington Model Maker and Painter  2:3;p33
Sharing the Weight: A Visit With Glassmaker Jennings Bonnell   25:4;p48
Telling Stories in Pictures  21:2;p24
Thermond L. Fletcher: Self-sufficient Farmer, Artist, Musician  2:3;p16
Turning and Learning: Paul Weinberger's Woodshop   26:4;p28
"A Whole Lot to it, Buddy, A Whole Lot: More Than Meets the Eye"  5:1;p5
The Wolfe Style  20:1;p17
West Virginia Back Roads: Character Farm in Morgan County     34:2;p66
“Wonderful Hands”: Metal Engraver Norris Sperry  12:3;p60
Woodcarver Matt Wilkinson: Boone County’s Tool Man     32:4;p24
Working on the Railroad  1:2;p28


Arthurdale
Arthurdale Craftspeople, 1974  7:2;p21
Arthurdale: The New Deal Comes to Preston County  7:2;p7
Dancing with Mrs. Roosevelt   38:2;p17
Growing Up in Arthurdale 38:2;p8
“Learning By Doing”: Teachers Remember Arthurdale School  8:1;p65
Teachers Remember Arthurdale School  8:1;p65
Weaver Dorothy Thompson   29:4;p10


Artists
Coal Sculptor James Stewart 34:4;p16
Doyle Kisner: Tucker County’s Single-Handed Clock Man   36:4;p36
“Finding a Face in the Stone”: Folk Artist Earl Gray     32:1;p56
Grover Ellison: Old Tales, New Places  2:4;p40
Howard McDaniel: “The Harder it is, the Better I Like it”   2:2;p40
“I Have All I Need Here”: Glass Artist Ron Hinkle      35:4;p56
“I Never Gave Up the Art”: Boyd Boggs of Gilmer County   29:3;p10
“I’m a Walking Miracle”: Jim Davis of Cunningham Run     34:4;p45
James Tyree Rexroad (1887-1976) The Artist  3:3;p42
James Tyree Rexroad (1887-1976) The Man  3:3;p39
John B. Wright: Retired Coal Miner and Self-taught Artist  1:1;p11
Modeling History: John Bowman and his Steamboats  37:1;p8
“A Person Has to Have Some Work to Do”: S.L. Jones, Wood Carver    8:1;p47
Seeing in Black & White: Photographer Sam McCulloch    39:1;p32
The Seldom Seen Work of Huntington Model Maker and Painter John Guerrant Smith   2:3;p33
Stages Costume Shop: 20,000 Characters for Rent in Wheeling   39:4;p30
Working on the Railroad: The Historical Wood Carvings of Charlie J. Permilia  1:2;p28


Auctions
Auctions and Auctioneers  11:2;p38
An Old-Fashioned Auction   39:1;p22
What’s it Worth to You?: Pendleton County Auctioneer Garry Propst    39:1;p16


Aviation
Dubie, Spanky, and Mr. Death: West Virginia's Pioneering Black Airmen  23:2;p42
Flight Memories  23:2;p41
Flying Frank Thomas: “Just Like a Preacher with the Calling”  18:2;p47
Flying Post Offices: Airmail Comes to Rural West Virginia  20:1;p48
The Joy of Flying: Squire Haynes and the Rainelle International Airport  34:2;p24
Lucky Lindy  23:2;p70
“I Was Never Afraid of Anything”: Pilot Rose Rolls Cousins  23:2;p36
November 14, 1970: Remembering the Marshall Tragedy  21:3;p65
Pilot Jean Pickering: 75 and Still Flying   34:2;p29
The Runaway Airplane!  36:1;p20
Smoke Pilot: Flying Forester Asher Kelly  17:3;p50
A Spruce Knob Miracle   26:3;p56
Wings Over Glen Dale: When Fokker Trimotors Flew Over West Virginia  17:4;p32


Ballard, Dr. Margaret B. (Dr. Maggie)
Dr. Margaret Byrnside Ballard: 1900-1976  3:2;p5


Barns
The Barns of Pendleton County   24:1;p50
The Barns of West Virginia  4:2/3;p51
The Barns of West Virginia  7:4;p56 
The Barn Raising  1:3;p15
Finding the Barns of Summers County  37:4;p52
Interviewing the Best: Tom Screven Talks to the Mail Pouch Man  20:4;p9
“A Place for Memories”: The Leatherman Barn of Hardy County  7:4;p50
“A Place for Memories”: The Leatherman Barn of Hardy County  20:4;p26
Shadows of the Past  34:2;p50
Treat Yourself to the Best  2:4;p13


Baseball
Baby Birds and P-Rays   24:3;p61
Baseball Crazy in Doddridge County  37:2;p24
Baseball, Naugatuck-Style  16:1;p54
Clint Thomas and the Negro Baseball Leagues  5:4;p17
Coal Town Baseball  6:4;p31
A Former West Virginian in Detroit: A Sketch of his Life and a Tape Recorded Baseball Story  4:1;p22
Lew Burdette Day in Nitro   24:3;p63
Lew Burdette: The Pride of Nitro   24:3;p56
Over the Hill Is Out: Baseball in the Projects   32:2;p46


Black Culture
Black Cultural Festival  6:1;p66
Booger Man: Recalling Revenuer Mack Day  22:2;p50
Camp War: Remembering CCC Company 3538-C   27:4;p22
Camp Washington-Carver Opens  6:4;p5
Camp Washington-Carver: An African American Landmark in Fayette County   25:4;p56
Carter G. Woodson  13:4;p30
Carving a Niche: The Blacks of Bluefield  13:4;p19
Clarence Tross: Hardy County Banjoist  2:3;p7
Clint Thomas and the Negro Baseball Leagues  5:4;p17
“Colored People Had a Hard Time”: Miss Ruby Never Quit  22:4;p44
Conversations with the 'Ole Man': The Life and Times of a Black Appalachian Coal Miner  5:1;p58
Denmar  22:4;p49
A Distinguished Alumnus: Carter G. Woodson  19:3;p27
Doing Fine at 99: A Visit With Melvin Harris   28:1;p30
A Dream Fulfilled: The Life and Times of Parthenia Edmonds   26:4;p46
Dubie, Spanky, and Mr. Death: West Virginia's Pioneering Black Airmen  23:2;p42
Education and Activism in Gary: A Visit with Jessie Moon Thomas   32:4;p32
Elkhorn: A Tale of Two High Schools      39:3;p46
“The Finals”: West Virginia's Black Basketball Tournament, 1925-1957  9:2;p30
Fishing in Berwind  30:2;p46
The Franklins: A Barbour County Family Story  16:2;p38
General Edward Greer: West Virginia’s First Black General  37:4;p42
Getting Ready for Life: The Douglass High School Story  19:3;p21
A Good Life and a Full Life: John Wesley Harris of Shepherdstown  16:1;p42
Hand-Clapping and Hallelujahs: A Visit With Ethel Caffie-Austin  23:4;p28
Help a Belly Out!: The Story of Jebby Sauce  35:4;p38
Homecoming  5:4;p7
Hunting Squirrels and Leaving Home: A Story for Father's Day  12:2;p7
“I Am Going to Tell the Story”: Al Anderson of Osage   37:3;p26
“I Didn't Think I'd Live to See 1950”: Looking Back with Columbus Avery  8:1;p32
“I Was Never Afraid of Anything”: Pilot Rose Rolls Cousins  23:2;p36
John Henry: The Story of a Steel-Driving Man  22:2;p9
Kimball’s War Memorial     37:1;p44
Lafadie Belle Whittico: Black Medical Pioneer in Mingo County   29:4;p40
A Life in Time: Piano Man Paul Pannell  19:1;p33
“Lifting as We Climb”: Charleston Woman’s Improvement League  30:4;p54
"Make a Way Out of Nothing": One Black Woman's Trip from North Carolina to the McDowell County Coalfields  5:4;p27
Memories of a Mining Family: Tony Armstead Recalls Four Generations   26:4;p52
Mining in the Melting Pot: The African American Influx Into the McDowell County Mines  23:4;p46
“Moonfixer”: Basketball Pioneer Earl Lloyd      35:1;p44
Mostly Work: Making a Home in Widen  3:1;p7
"Nothing But Just Fighting": The 1936 CCC Race Riot   27:4;p30
On Tour With a Black String Band in the 1930's  2:4;p9
Out in the Weeds and Briers   4:2/3;p26
Out in the Weeds and Briers   20:4;p15
Photographer William H. Jordan: A Portrait of Ansted's Black Community   24:4;p44
Recalling Miss Lottie      39:4;p36
Religion by the Roadside: The Halltown Memorial Chapel  22:4;p52
Reunion: The Smoots Gather for the 60th Time   15:4;p9
Russell "Dick" Rittenhouse: Growing Up Black in Marion County  8:1;p17
“Salt Pork, West Virginia”: A Musical Mystery Solved  30:2;p30
Something to Give: Nat Reese's Early Life and Music  13:4;p9
“Something We Lived For”: Coach James Wilkerson Recalls Basketball and the Black Tournament   9:2;p37
“The Soulful Side of Mountain Life”: Ten Years of the John Henry Festival   9:3;p67
Steel Drums in Morgantown: Percussion Pioneer Ellie Mannette  32:4;p38
Stepping!  37:1;p46
Storer College: A Bygone Harpers Ferry Institution  16:1;p46
Surviving the Tough Times in Decota      37:2;p48
Teams and Teamsters in the Mannington Oil and Gas Field  3:4;p21
“This One is Ready, You Can Lock It Up:” Black Ghost Lore from Southern West Virginia  5:2;p55
“Today Everybody Wears Tennis Shoes”: George Blue and the Shoeshine Business  8:4;p30
A Tribute  5:1;p60
Uncle Homer Walker  6:3;p70
Viola Clark  13:4;p28
“We’re Here for Service”: United Gospel Singers   38:4;p18
The West Virginia Schools for the Colored Deaf and Blind   28:3;p22
“White and Colored Got Along”: Black Life in Pocahontas County  22:4;p41


Blennerhassett Island
Blennerhassett Island: Report on a Wood County Archaeological Dig   6:2;p53


Bluestone Dam
Aunt Nannie Meador and the Bluestone Dam  6:1;p24
The Lost Village of Lilly   24:2;p42


Books, Movies and Records
All About Abbagoochie      34:3;p72
Ancient Mountains  37:4;p72
Appalachian Films and Videos  15:4;p69
Appalachia in Pictures     36:1;p72
The Appalachian Photographs of Earl Palmer   16:2;p71
Appalachian White Oak Basketmaking: Handing Down the Basket  19:2;p12
"The Big Possum Stirs Again"  13:3;p8
Books about Mountain Music 36:4;p68
Books From the Mountains: West Virginia University Press  9:4;p68
Bootstraps and Biscuits 23:4;p59
Cacapon Valley Book  39:4;p72
Capitols: Past and Present  15:3;p32
Civil War Book       38:4;p72
Cranberry Wilderness Story 39:4;p29
Crum: The Novel: Why the Fuss?  32:2;p67
Decoration Day       38:1;p72
Early Art and Artists in West Virginia   29:3;p17
Early West Virginia Cinema (1919-1941)   28:1;p40
Eleanor Roosevelt in Print  31:2;p20
Elderberry Records  16:3;p72
Familiar and Rare  36:2;p72
Fascinating West Virginia   34:4;p72
Feud: Hatfields, McCoys and Social Change   14:3;p72
Films, Videos, and DVD’s about West Virginia and Appalachia     32:3;p68
Films, Videos, and DVD’s about West Virginia and Appalachia     33:3;p68
Films and Videos on West Virginia and Appalachia   29:4;p62
Films and Videos on West Virginia and Appalachia   31:1;p68
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  5:2;p52
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  9:2;p65
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  16:4;p7
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  17:4;p5
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  18:4;p68
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  20:1;p68
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  21:2;p70
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  24:1;p60
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  26:2;p68
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  34:3;p68
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  35:3;p68
Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  36:3;p68
Folklore Book  37:3;p72
A George Bird Evans Sampler: Hunting the Blackwater-Canaan  19:4;p36
Guide to Coal Mining Collections in the United States   5:2;p58
The Hawk's Nest Incident   13:1;p65
Hickory and Ladyslippers  3:1;p35
Hill Daughter: New & Selected Poems by Louise McNeill   17:4;p65
Historical Photos   36:3;p72
Ida L. Reed: 1864-1951  2:4;p25
Kessingers on Record  23:3;p24
The Last Forest    16:1;p7
Laughter in Appalachia    13:2;p71
Matewan    13:4;p7
McDowell County Book 37:1;p72
Midland Trail Book   38:2;p72
The Milkweed Ladies: From a Memoir by Louise McNeill  14:3;p48
Monongah Centennial   34:1;p72
More Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  6:2;p4
More Storytelling  36:1;p66
Mountain Music  18:1;p68
Mountain Music Roundup  19:9;p69
Mountain Music Roundup  23:3;p65
Mountain Music Roundup  25:4;p64
Mountain Music Roundup  26:4;p64
Mountain Music Roundup  27:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  28:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  29:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  31:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  30:4;p64
Mountain Music Roundup  32:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  33:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  34:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  35:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup  36:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup     37:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup     38:4;p66
Mountain Music Roundup     39:4;p66
Mountain Trace, Book I  7:3;p70
The Movie Man Remembers: Tim Sinn  17:2;p18
MTR in Pictures   35:4;p72
New Books About Music      32:4;p64
New Books About Music      34:4;p64
New Books Available   24:3;p68
New Books Available   26:3;p7
New Books Available   28:1;p9
New Books Available   28:2;p67
New Books Available   29:2;p70
New Books Available   31:2;p68
New Books Available   31:4;p62
New Books Available   33:2;p68
New Books Available   34:2;p68
New Books Available   35:2;p68
New Books Available   36:2;p68
New Books Available  37:1;p70
New Books Available  37:2;p68
New Books Available  38:2;p68
New Books Available  39:1;p60
New Books Available  39:3;p68
New Books Available  39:4;p7
New Deal Photo Book  39:1;p72
New Films and Videos on West Virginia and Appalachia   28:1;p68
New Films on West Virginia and Appalachia  14:4;p7
New Glass Book       38:3;p72
New Mountain State Music  15:3;p8
New State and Regional Books  15:4;p8
Old Southern Apples  27:3;p17
An Orphan’s Tale   35:2;p72
Pinnick Kinnick Hill 35:3;p72
Pioneer Tools   27:3;p47
Read More About It  34:2;p63
Read More Hoops   35:1;p72
“Ready, Wheeling and Able”: Movie Maker Ellis Dungan  22:3;p51
Remembering Bob Gates      39:2;p70
Sesquicentennial Book      39:2;p72
Special Music Edition: Films about West Virginia and Appalachia  37:4;p62
Sports History       39:3;p72
Starstruck by Stage Struck: Hollywood Comes to New Martinsville   28:1;p36
Storming Heaven   14:1;p70
The Unquiet Earth   18:4;p65
Vandalia Record  14:3;p8
Watch, Read, Listen  36:3;p15
Waterfall Book  37:2;p72
The Way We Were: Jefferson County, 1941  17:2;p17
The West Virginia Discs from Rounder Records  2:1;p51
West Virginia Gift Ideas: New Books and Videos Available  23:3;p68
West Virginia Glass Towns   34:2;p72
West Virginia Quilts and Quiltmakers: Echoes From the Hills (Book Review)   27:1;p19
“Westbound to Parkersburg”: The Opening Scene from Fools' Parade  21:2;p52
What's a Coal Miner To Do?  15:2;p7
When Hollywood Came to Moundsville: Filming Davis Grubb's Fools' Parade  21:2;p48
Work Relations in the Coal Industry: The Hand-Loading Era, 1880-1930   4:4;p66


Bridges (See also Covered Bridges)
Nightmare at Point Pleasant: The Fall of the Silver Bridge  21:4;p46
“A Rattle Heard 'Round the Nation”: The Saga of The Brinkley Bridge  22:3;p57
The Vulcan Bridge   36:2;p37


Capitol
Building the Capitol  8:2;p16
Building the State Capitol: The Official Construction Photographs from the West Virginia State Archives  8:2;p9
Capitol Cover-up: Gold-leafing the Dome  15:3;p25
Making It Stick  15:3;p28
One Hundred Years of Collecting: State Archives Centennial   31:4;p10
Our Capitol: Architect Cass Gilbert Speaks  8:2;p19


Carnivals and Circuses
Carnival  6:3;p65
Carving Memories: Making Chips Fly in the Northern Panhandle  21:2;p28
“A Circus is Coming!”: Touring Extravaganzas and Their Downtown Parades of the Past   4:4;p41
Circus!: Life Under the Big Top  35:3;p34
The Famous Latlips, Charleston's Premiere Show Family  5:2;p30
Mort Gamble’s Private Circus      35:3;p42
Virginia Latlip Picozzi Remembers   5:2;p34


Caves
Organ Cave: A World Within a World 34:2;p42
Saltpetre Mining in West Virginia  1:2;p36


Chinaware
Ed Carson of the Homer Laughlin China Company  11:1;p19
The Homer Laughlin China Company: “There's Something about Dinnerware”  11:1;p9
Wall of China: Recalling the Greatest Dump in the World  18:1;p52


Civil War
Beverly, West Virginia  1:3;p7
Bill Dysard of Lewisburg: “A Real Son” of the South   29:3;p38
“But After All Was She Not a Masterpiece as a Mother and a Gentlewoman...”  3:4;p29
Hidden in Plain Sight: Marion County’s Civil War-Era Landmarks 39:2;p18
Honestly Abe: Lincoln Impersonator Jim Rubin      36:4;p50
Dr. Margaret Byrnside Ballard: 1900-1976  3:2;p5
Reliving History: Memories of a Civil War Reenactor    39:2;p10


Civilian Conservation Corps
Cabwaylingo State Forest: Bonnie Watts’ Playground     32:3;p56
Camp War: Remembering CCC Company 3538-C   27:4;p22
The Civilian Conservation Corps and Babcock State Park  7:1;p51
Company 3538-C Reunion   27:4;p26
Crum Brothers: Witnesses to the Change   32:3;p62
“A Good Part of Life” Remembering the Civilian Conservation Corps  7:1;p42
The Man Who Fed the Animals: Nap Holbrook and the Early Days at Watoga   17:2;p50
“Nothing But Just Fighting”: The 1936 CCC Race Riot   27:4;p30


Coal
Aboard the Paul G. Blazer: Riding on the River  19:1;p14
According to Miss Alice: A Farm Girl Recalls Coal Town Life  23:1;p33
Another Coal Man Looks Back: A 1901 Interview with W. D. Thurmond  15:3;p62
Another Idea of Cinder Bottom: “Sure We Got Problems”  20:2;p65
Arden: Willie Nestor Recalls Life in a Barbour County Town    37:2;p43
The Armed March in West Virginia  13:3;p65
The Armed March in West Virginia: Battling at Blair and Crooked Creek  20:4;p54
A Battle John Lewis Lost  3:1;p11
“The Best of Times by Far”: A Visit with Sue Dingess of MacDunn   31:2;p46
Blair Mountain from the Other Side  13:3;p70
Burning Coal and Running Water: Recalling Life "Up Quick"   29:3;p52
A Busy Time in McDowell History: Looking Back with John J. Lincoln  15:3;p56
“By God, and Thomas Jefferson!”: Mother Jones on the Creeks  19:4;p24
Carl Rutherford: Music from the Coalfields  20:3;p30
Christmas at the Company Store  16:4;p8
Cinder Bottom: A Coalfields Red-Light District  20:2;p60
The Cliftonville Riot: A Forgotten Panhandle Mine War  20:2;p53
The Coal and the Call: The Life of Homer Dale Hacker  30:1;p34
Coal Art: The “Other” West Virginia Coal Industry      34:4;p10
Coal Camp: Remembering Life in Nellis  20:3;p9
Coal Fires and Memories   29:4;p38
Coal on the Kanawha  8:3;p40
Coal Towns  13:2;p53
Coalfields Vacations in the Mine Wars Era  17:2;p36
Conversations with the 'Ole Man': The Life and Times of a Black Appalachian Coal Miner  5:1;p58
“Daddy Please Don't Go Down in that Hole Today”  2:1;p23
Danger in the Hole: 1958 Mine Rescue Team       36:1;p34
December 6, 1907: No Christmas at Monongah  19:4;p9
December 6, 1907: No Christmas at Monongah   25:4;p12
Doing Fine at 99: A Visit With Melvin Harris   28:1;p30
The Don Chafin Era  15:3;p54
The Dust Settles: Felts Papers Offer More on Matewan  17:2;p39
Echoes of Buffalo Creek: An Introduction 35:4;p9
Echoes of Buffalo Creek: Leon Ball 35:4;p14
Echoes of Buffalo Creek: Lewis Bondurant 35:4;p18
Edwight: A Coal River Company Town  19:1;p38
89 Years in the Coalfields: A Satisfying Life in Wyoming County      34:1;p48
Eleventh Annual Raymond City and Plymouth: Miners' Reunion  5:3;p37
En las montañas: Spaniards in Southern West Virginia   27:4;p52
The Fighter: Larry Gibson of Kayford Mountain  37:4;p30
“The First Time I Ever Rode a Lear Jet”: Boone County Coal Sculptor James Stewart  8:4;p21
Follow the Coal: A Visit with Oreste Leombruno   31:3;p6
Forgotten Heroes of the 1912-13 Miners' Strike: Hunt for UMWA Grave Markers Produces Research and Mystery  4:4;p23
The Franklins: A Barbour County Family Story  16:2;p38
Gary: A First-Class Operation  14:3;p28
Glen Jean: Echo of an Empire  14:4;p9
The Great Itmann Pig Invasion  19:3;p40
Growing Up in the Coalfields  6:2;p7
Growing Up on Cabin Creek: An Interview with Arnold Miller  7:2;p35
“Guards with Guns”  20:2;p57
Guide to Coal Mining Collection in the United States   5:2;p58
The Gunfight at Matewan  17:2;p36
“A Hard Life, Anyway You Take It”: Recollections of a Putnam County Miner and Mine Foreman  5:3;p30
“Hard Work for a Boy”: Growing Up in McKeefrey  18:3;p62
Historic Coalwood   27:2;p52
A Home in Cassity   28:2;p50
Homecoming  5:4;p7
“I Didn't Think I'd Live to See 1950”: Looking Back with Columbus Avery  8:1;p32
“I Might As Well Go Back In”: Remembering the Eccles and Layland Explosions   8:1;p54
“I Know Them All”: Monongah's Faithful Father Briggs   25:4;p21
Island Creek and the Building of Holden  8:4;p57
John B. Wright: Retired Coal Miner and Self-taught Artist  1:1;p11
Juanita Farmer Hamby: "In Life You Do What You Have To Do"  11:4;p42
“Just 48 Years, That's All”: Harry Sydenstricker, Company Store Manager  5:2;p17
Kaymoor: A New River Community   12:4;p8
Kingmont: The First Place They Called Home  12:3;p44
“Lavoro e Casa”: Memories of an Italian Mining Family   25:1;p48
Let 'Em Hit It!: Former Athletes Recall a Forgotten Sport  8:3;p15
“Let’s Show Them What a Fight We Can Give Them”: The Black Lung Movement in West Virginia         32:2;p6
Life in Breece Coal Camp: Memories of a Coal Miner's Wife   27:2;p40
Lillybrook: The Memories Never Die 34:2;p53
Love Story of a Coal Miner's Widow  4:4;p28
MacDunn and the 1934 Train Explosion   31:2;p50
Mack Jenks, Union Bard  3:1;p7
“Make a Way Out of Nothing”: One Black Woman's Trip from North Carolina to the McDowell County Coalfields  5:4;p27
Matewan   13:4;p7
McKeefrey: A Marshall County Coal Town  18:3;p58
Memories of a Mining Family: Tony Armstead Recalls Four Generations   26:4;p52
Millionaires' Town: The Houses and People of Bramwell  8:4;p43
Mine Mishap  18:2;p54
A Miner’s Life: Clyde Lockard’s Diary   31:2;p38
Miners' Town: The W. B. Reece Photographs of Holden  8:4;p55
Miner's Widow: Sara Kaznoski, Fighter and Survivor  14:2;p52
Mining Coal and Minding Cows: Garland Skaggs of Ansted  13:2;p47
Mining in the Melting Pot: The African American Influx Into the McDowell County Mines  23:4;p46
A Model Town (Nellis)  20:3;p15
Mostly Work: Making a Home in Widen  3:1;p7
My First Night in the Mines   25:4;p25
“My Line of Work”: Augusta Gallozzi Recalls the Mining Life  8:1;p60
Naming the Coal Towns: A Study in West Virginia Place Names  4:1;p34
New River Towns: 1900-1920  2:2;p17
“Nothing Will Ever Bring Them Back”  2:1;p35
Otsego: Remembering a Wyoming County Coal Camp   26:3;p44
Portraits of Gary: Photographs from the Mike Hornick Collection  14:3;p33
Putney: “Model” Coal Town in Kanawha County     38:3;p42
Quinnimont: Going Back to a New River Town  16:3;p23
The Red Neck War of 1921  7:2;p44
Red Ribble, Coalfield Photographer  7:1;p9
The Reliable Bill Trevey: Glen Jean's Photographer  14:4;p17
Remembering Bill McKell  8:3;p21
Revelation in the Mountains: West Virginia FSA Photographs    36:3;p30
Riding Route 52: The Old Coal Road   28:1;p10
Roxie Gore: Looking Back in Logan County  16:2;p23
Russell Foglesong: A Boyhood in the Coalfields  15:3;p48
Sedor Fedukovich: A New American in Fayette County  22:3;p16
The Seige of Crooked Creek Gap  7:2;p52
Sidney Box, West Virginian  5:2;p59
Sisters in Coal: A History of Women in the West Virginia Mines   33:1;p10
Something to Give: Nat Reese's Early Life and Music  13:4;p9
Son of the Struggle: A Visit with William C. Blizzard   32:2;p20
Storming Heaven   14:1;p70
Strike Duty: A Trooper Recalls Trouble in the Coalfields  21:4;p32
The Taste of Coal  32:2;p36
Three Sides to the Story: Governor Hatfield and the Mine Wars  11:2;p53
Too Many Tragedies: Survivors Account Details of 1940 Bartley Mine Disaster  4:4;p50
A Tribute  5:1;p60
24 Tons Was Enough: Gene McGraw Recalls Old-Time Mining  18:1;p23
The Unquiet Earth  18:4;p65
The 'Ups and Downs' of a British Coal Miner in the West Virginia Coal Fields  2:4;p35
A Visit with Mary Coulter  4:4;p30
Walter Seacrist: A Songwriting Miner Remembers the Mines Wars  11:2;p60
Warm Receptions and Cordial Invitations for Mother Jones in West Virginia  4:1;p14
West Virginia Coal Company Scrip  5:4;p68
"What Next?": The Busy Life of Deemy Dick  11:3;p37
Where Coal People Meet: 2011 Bluefield Coal Show  37:4;p24
"Why Don't You Bake Bread?": Franklin Trubee and the Scotts Run Reciprocal Economy  15:1;p34
Widen, The Town J. G. Bradley Built  3:1;p2
Wilcoe: The People of a Coal Town  16:1;p28
“Worth Their Weight in Gold”: Recalling Red Jacket Safety Day   33:2;p38
Work Relations in the Coal Industry: The Hand-Loading Era, 1880-1930 (Book Review) 4:4;p66


Commerce
“All Greek and All Hard Workers”  8:3;p57
Allegheny Treenware: Carving Out a Living in Preston County   38:4;p48
“Are You Sick?”: Dr. J.W. Myers and his Remedy Company   31:1;p36
Auctions and Auctioneers  11:2;p38
Bear Fork Trading Post: Live Music in Calhoun County      35:1;p16
Bees and Vines: Frank Ancroczi's Little Hungary Winery  18:3;p18
Berdines: A Visit to Ritchie County’s Old-Time 5 & Dime   34:3;p24
The Buckwheat Stops Here: Preston County’s Hazelton Mill 39:3;p58
“A Chance to Make a Dollar” Grace Lowther, Tyler County Grocer and Innkeeper  7:3;p41
Clingman's Market   25:1;p58
Coleman’s Fish: A Great Catch in Wheeling  37:2;p30
The Coon Dog Truth: Charlie Blevins at the Red Robin Inn  8:4;p35
Cornfield Navigation: The Boat Wreck at Willow Grove  21:4;p18
Crider's Store   28:4;p34
Early Life on the Nuzum Dairy Farm   29:1;p38
“Enough World for Me”: Stella Gordon of Newberne  12:4;p57
“Fair Dealing”: Richardson’s Hardware in Marlinton     38:1;p38
Fenton: A Century of Art Glass in Williamstown   34:2;p8
First-Class: Bill Buckley and the Parkersburg Post Office   24:3;p42
“Fleetie Belle”: Adventures of a Tucker County Milk Truck   31:1;p18
Fountain Hobby Center: Passing the Test of Time   29:4;p26
Free Drinks in Nature's Air-Conditioned City: Bluefield's Lemonade Escapades  23:2;p65
Friendly Spirits at the Sportsman's Club   29:3;p58
From the Fields of Clover: Looking Back with Georgie Chambers Webb  11:3;p42
Front Street Saturday Night  12:3;p8
"Getting on the Job Early": The Priest Family of Franklin 11:3;p18
The Girl from Ireland      38:4;p36
Going 'Senging  11:4;p16
The Golden Rule: Doing Business in Barbour County  18:1;p16
"The Greatest Apple in the World": Striking Gold in the Clay County Hills  21:3;p31
Growing Up in a Family Store   28:1;p44
Growing Up in a Hardware Store 39:1;p54
Heinz Horses at Oglebay  15:3;p46
The Honeymoon's Over: Selling Souvenirs on U.S. Route 50   27:1;p20
How I Came To the Thorn Street Diner   26:1;p34
The Howes Tannery: Making Leather in Pocahontas County  37:3;p50
“I Have All I Need Here”: Glass Artist Ron Hinkle      35:4;p56
“I Was Born Talking”: Lois Koontz Nypl on Selling Cars   29:2;p45
Interviewing the Best: Tom Screven Talks to the Mail Pouch Man  20:4;p9
“It Feels Like Coming Home”: Old-Time Hospitality at the Park View Inn   34:1;p40
“It Was Crowded Up There”: Paddlewheelers on the Little Kanawha  20:2;p17
The Joy of Flying: Squire Haynes and the Rainelle International Airport   34:2;p24
“Just Get it Done”: Synthetic Rubber in Institute      38:1;p24
“Kelly Perfect”: Annabelle Rhodes Recalls Kelly Axe    38:2;p20
Life On the Road: Selling Hardware for Kane & Keyser   28:2;p38
Local News: Phoebe Heishman and the Moorefield Examiner  12:1;p49
Locking Through Remaking History on the Ohio  19:1;p9
Mail Pouch: Wheeling's Other Tobacco Giant  15:4;p46
Making It Legal: A Visit to the Isaiah Morgan Distillery in Summersville   34:2;p64
Marx Toy Company: Making Memories in Glen Dale   33:4;p8
The Milk Had to Get Through: Home Delivery in Tucker County   25:1;p26
More Than a Century: Looking Back with Doc Elliott  20:4;p32
“The Most Busiest Man in the County”: Tom Knotts of Fellowsville     36:2;p60
Nickels and Dimes in Parsons   28:3;p37
Norman's Store   8:3;p51
“Not a Going Business”: Ed Weaver's Service Station Museum  19:3;p14
Original and Genuine: The Story of Marsh Wheeling Stogies  15:4;p39
Parking the Truck Store: Hale Arbuckle Makes a Change  15:4;p49
The Pepperoni Roll: State Food of West Virginia   32:1;p10
Postcards from the Pepperoni Highway     32:1;p15
The Purple Fiddle: New Tradition in Thomas      33:1;p54
“A Really Fine Place”: Talking About Kenna  11:3;p50
Russell Foglesong: A Boyhood in the Coalfields  15:3;p48
Selling Side-By-Side at Seneca Rocks       34:3;p18
Sharp's Country Store  14:1;p17
Sharp’s Store: 100 Years of Nostalgia in Pocahontas County    37:2;p59
Sprockets, Spokes, and Mountain Roads: A Visit with “Bicycle Bill” Currey   25:2;p52
Starting from Scratch: Mack Roberts and the Charleston Broom Company  12:2;p22
Talking Turkey: J.C. Legg of Clay County  8:4;p9
Thursday Night at the Wetzel Republican  30:1;p46
Tom Barney's First Job: The Hardware Man of Berkeley Springs  14:4;p35
Townsend’s Barbershop: Shave and a Haircut in Summersville    32:3;p26
The Union Carbide Story: Franklin Jividen Recalled     38:1;p26
The U.S. Rubber Story: Frank Sayre Recalls      38:1;p30
“Very Few Strangers”: Charlie Boyd and the Green Sulphur Store  12:2;p41
Visions of Heaven: Cameo Glass Artist Kelsey Murphy       38:3;p10
Waterborne: River Work in Winter  38;4;p24
West Virginia Back Roads: Driving A Bargain on Route 50   34:1;p62
West Virginia Back Roads: Eating Green with a View  39:3;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Friendly Glass, Glowing Memories  30:4;p60
West Virginia Back Roads: Grant Kimble’s Store: A “Scherr” Thing in Grant County   32:1;p62
West Virginia Back Roads: Johnson’s Corner: Wisdom, Inspiration, and Bargains at a Wide Spot in the Road  30:1;p60
West Virginia Back Roads: Old School Bookstore in Pocahontas County  39:2;p68
West Virginia Back Roads: Ramp Sunday at Mount Grove      36:1;p62
West Virginia Back Roads: Selling Daylilies in Bunker Hill    37:2;p66
“What America Is Made Of”: Country Ham in the German Tradition  15:4;p23
What’s it Worth to You?: Pendleton County Auctioneer Garry Propst    39:1;p16
Wheeling's "Fancy Grocers": A Bottle Collector Writes of Early Food Processing in the Northern Panhandle  7:2;p58
Where Coal People Meet: 2011 Bluefield Coal Show  37:4;p24
Whimmydiddles and FlipperDingers: A Visit with Toymaker Dick Schnacke  30:4;p10
Yokum’s Vacationland: Carving Out a Big Life at Seneca Rocks   34:3;p10
“You Always Want to Better Yourself”: An Immigrant Success Story  18:2;p24


Communications
“Are You in the Book?”: Early Telephone Service in a West Virginia Town  9:3;p9
The Buddy Starcher & Sleepy Jeffers Shows: Live Country Music on TV! 39:1;p8
Cable TV Comes to Red Jacket      38:4;p42
Flying Post Offices: Airmail Comes to Rural West Virginia  20:1;p48
Making Connections: Telephone History at the State Museum  9:3;p5
RFD: A West Virginia First  9:2;p52
“A Rattle Heard 'Round The Nation”: The Saga of The Brinkley Bridge  22:3;p57
Telegrapher at Thurmond: A Day's Work on the C&O  20:1;p58
When Dad Carried the Mail  9:2;p46
“Why Retire, Anyhow?”: Berkeley Postmaster Truman McCauley  15:3;p33
Women at Work: Veteran Telephone Operators Look Back  14:4;p40
WSAZ Radio: "The Worst Station from A to Z"   27:4;p40


Conservation
Battling the Blight: A Second Chance for the American Chestnut  21:4;p9
The Big Burn of ’52   35:3;p58
The Fighter: Larry Gibson of Kayford Mountain  37:4;p30
Grandview   22:2;p34
A Half-Century of Nature Work  17:2;p54
The Man Who Fed the Animals: Nap Holbrook and the Early Days at Watoga  17:2;p50
Smoke Pilot: Flying Forester Asher Kelly  17:3;p50


Construction
Barn Builder: The Working Wisdom of Lawson Kimbrew  13:4;p32
Bluefield's Biggest: The Grand West Virginia Hotel  19:2;p15
Building Blackwater: A Visit with Daniel “Boone” Pase   36:1;p56
Building Rigs the Old Way: Oilman U.S. Dye      35:4;p26
A “Dam” Good Worker: Dam Builder Ralph Poling   24:4;p37
Fighting a Good Fight: Billy Sunday Comes to Wheeling 38:2;p50
Fire Towers: “Pop” Wriston Built the Big Ones  13:1;p49
Glory Days for Grafton: Building the Tygart Dam   24:4;p32
“It Was Rough at Times”: The Memories of P. L. Johnston  11:1;p28
Leading Creek Baptist Church: Up from the Ashes in Gilmer County     34:1;p28
Lemuel Chenoweth  14:2;p36
Locking Through: Remaking History on the Ohio  19:1;p9
Spanning Time: Touring West Virginia's Covered Bridges  14:2;p32
Thoney Pietro's Castle  14:2;p59


Covered Bridges
Beverly, West Virginia  1:3;p7
Lemuel Chenoweth  14:2;p36
Saved – Again! Restoring the Barrackville Covered Bridge   25:3;p56
Songs of the Silver Bridge  5:4;p57
Spanning Time: Touring West Virginia's Covered Bridges  14:2;p32


Crafts and Craftspeople
Alive and Working: Folk Sculptor Connard Wolfe  20:1;p9
Allegheny Treenware: Carving Out a Living in Preston County   38:4;p48
Anna Guarascio Peluso: Preserving an Italian Art in West Virginia  7:4;p39
Appalachian Folk Crafts in Transition  2:2;p14
Art From Steel   12:1;p12
Arthurdale Craftspeople, 1974   7:2;p21
Augusta: A Reaffirmation of Homemade Values  8:2;p68
Augusta Festival  23:2;p53
Back in Time: Clock Maker Rick Dillon      36:4;p43
Ballads and Baskets: The Clyde Case Story  17:3;p31
Basket Making  17:3;p34
Beauty In Rocks: Earl Ellifritz and His Museum   26:3;p8
Between Hammer and Anvil: Jeff Fetty and West Virginia Blacksmithing  12:1;p9
“Big Andy” Boggs: In Search of the Legends and His Real-life Story  4:1;p5
Birds of My Hollow: Claude Kemper, Bird Carver  9:1;p21
Blacksville Pottery: Local Hands and Native Clay   26:1;p44
Born in the Hills: Bill & Mary Moats of Preston County   27:1;p27
Bow Making in West Virginia 34:3;p30
Boyd M. Henry, Gunsmith  5:2;p11
C.M. Troxell, Bookbinder  8:4;p26
Cabin Creek Quilts Coming Back  17:4;p66
The Caboose Man: A Visit with Jim Mullins of Madison      33:4:p16
Carnival   6:3;p65
Carving Memories: Making Chips Fly in the Northern Panhandle   21:2;p28
Coal Art: The “Other” West Virginia Coal Industry      34:4;p10
“A Cover for the Nation”: Ella Martin's Blue Eagle Quilt  14:3;p36
Doing the Impossible: An Interview with Don Mole  9:1;p33
Doyle Kisner: Tucker County’s Single-Handed Clock Man   36:4;p36
Ella Martin: An Uncommon Woman of the People  14:3;p42
Elmer Richmond: “Hard Work Was All We Knew”  14:2;p27
Father Time's Workshop: The Grandfather Clocks of Fred Reichenbach  22:4;p9
Fifth Augusta Heritage Arts Workshop  3:2;p3
"The First Century is the Hardest": A Morgantown Centenarian Reminisces on Glassmaking and Poetry Writing  6:1;p44
"The First Time I Ever Rode a Lear Jet": Boone County Coal Sculptor James Stewart  8:4;p21
Folklife at the Cultural Center  12:2;p58
Friendship Quilts 39:4;p16
Garden Guardians: Some West Virginia Scarecrows  9:4;p41
The George McLean Diary: 1831-1849  2:1;p43
The Grandfathers of Oglebay  22:4;p12
The Harvest Day Quilt: A Pocahontas County Tradition  15:3;p65
Hearth & Fair: Don Page and the Roots of GOLDENSEAL  30:1;p52
John Hersey, Saddler  17:2;p8
Home Forever: Carving a New Life in Tucker County  18:2;p38
Home to the Hofeckers: A Story of Bridge Building, Inn Keeping and Fine Furniture  19:1;p54
“I’m a Walking Miracle”: Jim Davis of Cunningham Run      34:4;p45
“It's Always Well To Remember”: Bing Keller of Preston County  8:3;p29
“I've Enjoyed Every Minute of It”: Myrtle Auvil of Grafton  7:3;p25
J.E. Dillon: Master Blacksmith  1:2;p5
Jane George: Proud To Be a West Virginian  19:4;p47
Keeping to the Straight and Pure: The Stonewall Jackson Jubilee  11:2;p65
A Knife for the President  12:3;p65
Many West Virginians Invited to Smithsonian: Institution's Festival of American Folklife  2:3;p5
“Most Radiant Windows”: West Virginia Stained Glass  8:2;p21
A Mother's Legacy: Quiltmaker Catherine Mann  20:2;p26
The Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival  19:3;p65
Mountain State Art & Craft Fair  39:2;p38
Music From the Woodpile: Musician and Craftsman Ray Epler  11:3;p9
Musical Wood: Violin Maker Harold Hayslett      33:1;p46
The Natural World of Bernard Cyrus 35:1;p10
"Objects of Beauty and Light": Glassmaking in West Virginia   9:1;p51
The Old-Timey Way: Lillian Mann of Talcott  14:1;p36
One Piece at a Time: The Small World of Leland Feamster  11:1;p59
Patchwork in the Glen  18:2;p7
Patience and Sawdust  18:2;p42
Piecing Together the Past: Documenting the Mountain State Quilt Heritage  16:4;p65
“A Person Has to Have Some Work to Do”: S.L. Jones, Wood Carver  8:1;p47
Production Line Glass at Pilgrim Glass Company   9:1;p57
Putney: “Model” Coal Town in Kanawha County     38:3;p42
"Putting Things Together": Mark Blumenstein Finds the Spirit in Metal  16:3;p9
Quilter Ada Grimes  15:3;p70
“A Real Good Life”: Silas S. Ritchie, Hardy County Mountaineer  6:1;p49
Redeeming the Wood: Self-Taught Woodcarver Herman Hayes   25:2;p20
Remembering Jenes Cottrell  7:2;p70
Rube Stump: Calhoun County’s King of Swing   31:2;p28
Scaring Crows and Scaring People  9:4;p42
Scissors, Paper and Glue: The Art of Mary Olive Eddy Jones  21:2;p20
The Seat of Choice: West Virginia Split-Bottom Chairs  20:4;p46
Sharing the Weight: A Visit With Glassmaker Jennings Bonnell   25:4;p48
Stages Costume Shop: 20,000 Characters for Rent in Wheeling  39:4;p30
A Stitch in Time: The Needle Neighbors of Monongalia County  13:3;p37
Stonecutting: Passing on an Old Tradition  16:4;p28
The Stones of Stanley Paczosa  18:2;p44
Stonewall Jackson Heritage Jubilee  23:2;p60
Stories in Wood and Metal: Marshall Fleming's Little Hidden Valley  18:2;p58
Thank You, Homer: A Basket Making Tradition  19:2;p9
“That's the Difference”: An Interview with Pemperton Cecil, Toymaker   6:1;p52
Thoney Pietro's Castle  14:2;p59
3,000 Points of Light: Kenova’s Pumpkin House   32:3;p10
Tracking the James Gang: Folklore of the Great Huntington Bank Robbery of 1875   9:3;p53
Turkey Talk with Peck Martin   31:3;p24
Turning and Learning: Paul Weinberger's Woodshop   26:4;p28
The Tusings of South Branch Mountain: Lynn Tusing Recalls Family Life in Hardy County  7:3;p17
Treat Yourself to the Best  2:4;p13
Visions of Heaven: Cameo Glass Artist Kelsey Murphy    38:3;p10
Weaver Dorothy Thompson   29:4;p10
Weaving White Oak  13:1;p46
West Virginia Back Roads: Chain-Saw Art in Horner      35:3;p66
West Virginia Back Roads: Dwar Cooper’s Chain Saw Shop in Harman  37:1;p68
West Virginia Split Bottom: The Seat of Choice  12:3;p9
While the Iron is Hot: From Blacksmithing: to Modern Welding  17:4;p46
Whimmydiddles and FlipperDingers: A Visit with Toymaker Dick Schnacke  30:4;p10
Wilkie Dennison: Country Fiddlemaker  14:1;p24
The Wolfe Style  20:1;p17
“Wonderful Hands”: Metal Engraver Norris Sperry   12:3;p60
Wood Block Printing  6:3;p19
Woodcarver Matt Wilkinson: Boone County’s Tool Man     32:4;p24
Worley Gardner: Mountain Music, Dance and Dulcimers  18:2;p9


Crime and Punishment
"All in a Day's Work": Former State Trooper William R. Seal   25:1;p43
Another Idea of Cinder Bottom: "Sure We Got Problems"  20:2;p65
The Bishop of Cinder Bottom  20:4;p66
Booger Man: Recalling Revenuer Mack Day  22:2;p50
A Boy's Dream   25:1;p38
"Boys, He'll Hang": An Eyewitness Report  16:1;p17
The Buffalo Bank Robbery: Further Adventures in the West Virginia State Police  22:1;p45
Cinder Bottom: A Coalfields Red-Light District  20:2;p60
The Cliftonville Riot: A Forgotten Panhandle Mine War  20:2;p53
The Creed Cox Murder  21:1;p26
Death in Durbin: New Questions About an Old Case  20:1;p20
The Death of Bascom McFall  20:1;p24
Doing Time in Style: The State Prison for Women at Pence Springs  16:2;p48
Doing Time on Kennison Mountain: Pocahontas County's Forgotten Prison  11:1;p38
The Executioner’s Story: Bob Harness and the Moundsville Pen   31:3;p38
Following The Old Ways: Bill Jeffries Recalls Country Life  10:2;p32
Frank, Cole, Devil Anse, and Senator Elkins   9:3;p61
“Guards with Guns”  20:2;p57
Hatfield History: Reconsidering the Famous Feud  21:3;p9
Hollidays Cove Murder Mystery   28:2;p30
The Huntington Bank Robbery: The Facts Behind the Folklore   9:3;p63
“I Like to Tell This History”: William O. Macoughtry, Jr. Recalls the Treason Trials   32:2;p27
"I Remember Well": Events Surrounding the Last Public Hanging in West Virginia  16:1;p10
“It Was the Talk of the Town”: Russell Davisson Recalls the Quiet Dell Murders    33:3;p60
John Hardy: The Man and The Song  18:1;p47
Jones Mansion: The Checkered History of a McDowell County Landmark   31:2;p52
Ketchum Caught 'Em: Remembering a Wayne County Lawman   15:2;p31
The Ketchums Comes to Town  15:2;p34
Leading Creek Baptist Church: Up from the Ashes in Gilmer County     34:1;p28
"The Lincoln County Crew": A Feud Song  12:2;p46
Making Whiskey in Greenbrier County   34:2;p58
Mary's Father Speaks: The Trial Testimony of John Chancey   16:1;p13
Mayberry in Harrisville: Keeping the Peace in Ritchie County   21:1;p23
The Murder of Snowden Crane  30:3;p62
Pence Springs Resort Lives Again  16:2;p54
Pruntytown: "A Good Place to do Time?"  9:3;p42
The Quiet Dell Murders: West Virginia’s Crime of the Century   33:3;p54
Recalling the Robbery: "We Were Scared"  22:1;p48
The Redhead Murder Case: An Unsolved Mystery from 1950  37:3;p62
The Reverend Reneau: 33 Years as a Pruntytown Chaplain  9:3;p50
Second to None: Eighty Years of the West Virginia State Police   25:1;p32
Street Life in the Capital City  22:1;p50
Strike Duty: A Trooper Recalls Trouble in the Coalfields  21:4;p32
Tales from the Cells: Recalling the Tucker County Jail   32:3;p42
Teaching At Huttonsville  10:2;p39
"To Keep the Peace": Captain Charles W. Ray, State Policeman  6:4;p46
"A Tough Joint": The West Virginia Penitentiary at Moundsville  21:2;p39
Tracking the James Gang: Folklore of the Great Huntington Bank Robbery of 1875  9:3;p53
"What Made you Kill Poor Jay?": A Clay County Murder Ballad  12:3;p66
William Holly Griffith: West Virginia Desperado   36:3;p40
“You Never Know...”: Clarence “Bones” Wright of Shepherdstown   32:4;p54


Dance
Dancing at Ireland   23:1;p28
“I Dearly Love to Dance”: Mountain Dancer Lou Maiuri     34:1;p8
Join Hands & Circle: Old-Time Dancing Alive and Well   23:1;p25
“A Neat Way to Live”: Vandalia Award Winner Mack Samples  30:1;p10
A Pattern To Life: Folk Dancers Rush & Ruby Butcher   26:1;p58
Sarah Singleton: A Fiddler All Her Life   18:2;p16
16 Years of Foot-Stomping: The FOOTMAD Story   23:1;p31
So You Wanna Dance?   18:2;p20
Stepping!  37:1;p46
Welcome to the Dance   18:2;p18
West Virginia Back Roads: A Real Barn Dance in Aurora   33:3;p66
Worley Gardner: Mountain Music, Dance and Dulcimers   18:2;p9


Davis, Henry Gassaway
Graceland: The Past and Future of an Elkins Landmark  5:3;p39


Domestic Life
Conversation with An Old House  22:4;p63
89 Years in the Coalfields: A Satisfying Life in Wyoming County   34:1;p48
Food and Rebellion in Monroe County: Recalling Georgia Wickline      33:3;p40
My Mother’s Apron  30:1;p42
Our Old House: Recalling a Wayne County Homeplace   22:4;p57
"A Splendid Job Done": Mattress Making in the Great Depression  22:3;p46
Sunday Dinner in Ritchie County   35:3;p26
Surviving the Tough Times in Decota  37:2;p48


Education
"46 Years Was Enough": Wetzel Schoolteacher Opal Minor  10:3;p33
"Adolph Was Home": Thelma and Giff Zickefoose  13:3;p28
Alderson Baptist Academy  16:3;p27
America’s First Modern Tea Party  38:2;p60
Augusta: A Reaffirmation of Homemade Values  8:2;p68
Aunt Ruth  12:4;p30
"Avery, Dear Avery"   26:3;p30
Back to School at Big Laurel  13:3;p60
Back to Williams Mountain  17:3;p65
Basic Education: Gladys Fox Recalls Her One-Room Schools  17:3;p60
The Bethany Trolley  37:2;p16
Breaking New Ground: A Century of Agricultural Experimentation  14:1;p46
By Faith and Sacrifice: Salem College Celebrates Its First 100 Years  14:2;p20
Camp Washington-Carver: An African American Landmark in Fayette County   25:4;p56
A Campus Called Home: The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind   28:3;p10
Canning and Camping: Girls' 4-H in Mason County  17:2;p22
Carter G. Woodson  13:4;p30
"Coach": A Visit With Bill Weber   26:2;p19
Coach Bobby Stover: The Making of a Clay County Legend   33:3;p36
Doing Fine at 99: A Visit With Melvin Harris   28:1;p30
Don Bosco: Agricultural Education in Randolph County   27:1;p32
Education and Activism in Gary: A Visit with Jessie Moon Thomas   32:4;p32
Education at Sand Hill   22:3;p30
Elkhorn: A Tale of Two High Schools  39:3;p46
Faith and Works: The Sisters of DeSales Heights  16:4;p9
"The Finals": West Virginia's Black Basketball Tournament, 1925-1957  9:2;p30
“Fleetie Belle”: Adventures of a Tucker County Milk Truck   31:1;p18
Football 1960: Philippi High School’s Perfect Season 39:3;p40
Friday Night Rites: High School Football in the Northern Panhandle  17:3;p55
From Academy to University: Marshall Turns 150  13:1;p58
From Seminary to University: The First Century  14:4;p50
From Students to Teachers   28:3;p14
From the Ashes: Saving Eglon School      38:1;p50
From the Hills to the Classroom: Folklife Goes to College  39:3;p10
"Getting Down the Originals": Folk Song Collector Marie Boette  14:3;p14
Getting Ready for Life: The Douglass High School Story  19:3;p21
A Good Life and a Full Life: John Wesley Harris of Shepherdstown  16:1;p42
A Grand Move: Morris Harvey College Comes to the City  14:4;p46
Great Kanawha County Textbook War   37:3;p34
Hard Times and Higher Learning: Education on the Family Plan  12:3;p52
Head, Heart, Hands and Health: The West Virginia 4-H Movement  10:2;p9
Holding Court: West Virginia’s First Girls’ High School Basketball Tournament 39:1;p24
Home Again: Don Neill of Buckhannon  14:2;p46
“I Never Dreamed I’d Be This Old!”: Gilmer County’s Roxy Ellyson at 105   31:3;p30
"I Was Never Afraid of Anything": Pilot Rose Rolls Cousins  23:2;p36
"An Important Part of our Heritage": Walden Roush Recalls Mason County's One-Room Schools  12:4;p9
In Close Touch with Reality: Photographer Lewis Hine 38:1;p44
"I've Enjoyed Every Minute of It": Myrtle Auvil of Grafton  7:3;p25
Katherine Reemsnyder of Buckhannon: A Wesleyan Family Legacy   33:3;p30
Kelton Roten: "The Word Handicap Never Bothered Me"  10:4;p40
Knighted a Long Time Ago: Memories of the Golden Horseshoe  22:1;p68
"Learning By Doing": Teachers Remember Arthurdale School  8:1;p65
A Lewisburg Institution: The Greenbrier Military School  22:2;p65
Life in College Park: The G.I. Bill Changes WVU  21:3;p25
Marching on the Road to Excellence: Huntington Music Man Henry Shadwell   12:1;p16
“Moonfixer”: Basketball Pioneer Earl Lloyd      35:1;p44
My Boys: Teaching at Pruntytown  16:1;p58
My Life as a Mason County Educator  31:3;p36
My Memories of Mark Twain High School   25:3;p38
"A New and Wonderful Goal": Musician Virgil W. Bork  16:3;p32
Never Going to Quit: Maurice G. Brooks  14:1;p52
North-South: The Big Game of '43  20:3;p58
One Room Was Enough: Ed and Julia Viers, Wayne County Educators  22:3;p26
Out In The Field: An Interview With Botanist Elizabeth Ann Bartholomew  10:1;p47
"Part P. T. Barnum and Part Billy Sunday": James Morris Remembers 'Teepi' Kendrick   10:2;p16
Reading, Riding, and 'Rithmetic: Monroe County School Life  12:1;p43
Readin’, Writin’, and Ridin’ the Rails  39:3;p18
Recalling Miss Lottie      39:4;p36
Reliving History: Memories of a Civil War Reenactor    39:2;p10
Respecting Miss Skaggs       34:3;p46
School Days at Davis Creek  18:4;p66
School Work  11:4;p65
Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca: A Summer Camp on the Greenbrier   22:2;p58
"Something We Lived For: Coach James Wilkerson Recalls Basketball and the Black Tournament   9:2;p37
"Special Music and Dedicated Service": Miss Autumn Amos of Braxton County  9:4;p23
Steel Drums in Morgantown: Percussion Pioneer Ellie Mannette  32:4;p38
Stepping!  37:1;p46
Storer College: A Bygone Harpers Ferry Institution  16:1;p46
Teaching at Huttonsville  10:2;p39
“There Was Always Music”: Vandalia Award Recipient Buddy Griffin  37:3;p20
Three Years at Three Mile School: Memories of a Calhoun County Educator   32:3;p36
"These Times Stand Out in Memory": Reminiscences by Chessie Clay Bennett  15:1;p30
A Time Out Of Time  10:1;p62
“To Live as One Like Brothers”: Remembering St. Joseph Seminary 39:1;p42
Top Score: Morris Harvey’s George King   35:1;p38
Tressie Dale Smith: More Than a Lunch Lady to Me  32:1;p20
Uphill, Both Ways: Stewart Sisters Went the Extra Mile for Education 38:3;p56
We Never Missed the Bus  16:3;p8
Weir Going West: A High School Band and a Very Big Parade     36:4;p10
The West Virginia Schools for the Colored Deaf and Blind   28:3;p22
"What Next?": The Busy Life of Deemy Dick  11:3;p37
When the “Big Green” Rolled: Newell’s Championship Season   31:1;p10
WVU’s Mountaineer: Mascot with a Mission   32:3;p30
"You Name It, and I Done It": A Visit with Agnes Runner Nestor  23:3;p36
Young Nurses Long Ago: Fairmont's Cook: Hospital Training School  18:4;p42


Elderberry Records
Elderberry Records  9:2;p8
Vandalia Record  14:3;p8


Entertainment
Bear Fork Trading Post: Live Music in Calhoun County     35:1;p16
The Blind Man’s Song: Recalling Blind Alfred Reed      34:4;p54
Brooks Smith: The Making of a Banjo Player   22:1;p53
The Buddy Starcher & Sleepy Jeffers Shows: Live Country Music on TV! 39:1;p8
Cable TV Comes to Red Jacket      38:4;p42
Carrying on the Music: Dulcimer Player Patty Looman  21:4;p61
Chautauqua: Bringing Culture to Clarksburg  17:4;p27
Circus!: Life Under the Big Top   35:3;p34
Clark Kessinger: Pure Fiddling  23:3;p10
Clowning Around: Shriner Jerry Conn  12:2;p66
Country Store Opry: Grant County's Music Capitol   29:2;p56
“Daddy Loved Music”: Recalling Guitarist Roy Harvey    33:4;p50
Days of Glory: Rock Music in the Kanawha Valley (1965-1975)   38:1;p12
Doc Williams: A Half Century at the "Wheeling Jamboree"  13:1;p32
Drama at Grandview: From the Prologue to Honey in the Rock  22:2;p39
Elmer Bird: The Banjo Man From Turkey Creek  23:2;p45
Finding Balance in Logan County: A Visit with Roger Bryant 39:4;p10
The First Picture Show in Chapmanville   30:4;p30
From Right Here in the Mountains: West Virginia Public Radio's "Mountain Stage"  14:3;p67
Grandma’s First TV Show   36:2;p39
Hank's Lost Charleston Show   28:4;p64
Hard Work and Music: Fiddler Elmer Rich  35:3;p44
Honestly Abe: Lincoln Impersonator Jim Rubin    36:4;p50
Hugh McPherson: "The Prince of Highland Swing"  14:2;p9
“I Dearly Love to Dance”: Mountain Dancer Lou Maiuri     34:1;p8
“I Like to Make People Happy”: Connie Mantini and His Accordion  30:3;p46
"I Won't Be Home No More": The Death of Hank Williams   28:4;p54
It Makes the World Go 'Round: A McDowell County Love Story  14:1;p66
Jazz in West Virginia  14:2;p15
JoAnn Davis: Singer, Author, Survivor    39:3;p34
Join Hands and Circle: Old-Time Dancing Alive and Well  23:1;p25
Joltin' Jim McCoy: Morgan County's Country Music Troubadour   28:1;p54
“Keep a-Goin’”: Musician Everett Lilly of Clear Creek   35:2;p26
Little John Graham and Cherokee Sue: A Radio Love Story  30:4;p42
Magic and Memories: Recalling Noble and Louise Conner   35:4;p40
“Mayor” Ivan Gorby of Bowman Ridge   31:2;p58
The Morris Brothers: Music from the Head of the Holler  37:1;p52
Mountaineer Opry House: Milton’s Home for Bluegrass Music     38:3;p36
Music on the Hill: The Cronin Family of Pleasants County      33:2;p52
Natural Tone: An Eastern Panhandle Family Band   14:4;p60
On the Trail of the Lonesome Pine Fiddlers      36:2;p40
Patti Powell: WWVA’s “Long Haul Widow”   36:4;p30
A Passion for the Drive-In: 1950's Institution Alive and Well at Grafton  21:2;p57
“Pure Entertainment”: Wallace Horn and the Friendly Neighbor Show    35:1;p20
“Raised Really Tough”: The Life and Music of the Bing Brothers 38:2;p40
“Ready, Wheeling and Able”: Movie Maker Ellis Dungan  22:3;p51
The Robey Theater of Spencer: A Roane County Tradition  7:4;p57
“Seventh Heaven”: Saturday Night at the Sagebrush Round-up  30:4;p32
Silver Yodelin' Bill Jones  17:4;p22
Singing on the Back Porch: Roy Faulkiner of Moundsville  14:2;p40
“So Proud To Be Here”: A Visit With Comedienne Elsie Whitmer   29:2;p62
Something to Give: Nat Reese's Early Life and Music  13:4;p9
“Soul of the Mountains”: A Visit with Fiddler Bobby Taylor    36:3;p20
“Sounds of Home”: Songwriter Dorsey Wiseman   30:4;p48
Stages Costume Shop: 20,000 Characters for Rent in Wheeling  39:4;p30
Starstruck by Stage Struck: Hollywood Comes to New Martinsville   28:1;p36
"In Steel and Song": The Wheeling Steel Radio Show  18:4;p32
Sweet Harmony in Pennsboro   28:2;p58
“There Was Always Music”: Vandalia Award Recipient Buddy Griffin  37:3;p20
"We Like This Old Music": Wetzel County's Hillbilly Haven   29:2;p66
Weirton’s Singing Men of Steel   31:4;p28
West Virginia Back Roads: Drive-In Nights at Franklin  38:2;p66
The West Virginia Coon Hunters: On the Trail of a Lost String Band   29:1;p56


Ethnic Culture
Albert Estep Remembers St. Joseph Rural Life  9:1;p18
“All Greek and All Hard Workers”  8:3;p57
Asturian West Virginia       35:3;p14
Bärg Käss: Cheesemaking Among the West Virginia Swiss  20:1;p28
Bocce: An Old Game Lives in Harrison County  18:3;p51
A Bundle of Treasures: Greeks in West Virginia   23:4;p36
Camp Washington-Carver: An African American Landmark in Fayette County   25:4;p56
Death of a Gypsy King   24:4;p18
A Dream Fulfilled: The Life and Times of Parthenia Edmonds   26:4;p46
En las montañas: Spaniards in Southern West Virginia   27:4;p52
Every Tree, Every Bush, Every Rock: An Interview with Hyman Weiner, Charleston Tailor, Part I    4:2/3;p31
Faith, Knowledge and Practice: The Jews of Southern West Virginia  11:2;p16
Feast of the Seven Fishes   37:4;p56
Follow the Coal: A Visit with Oreste Leombruno   31:3;p6
A Frenchman in Clarksburg: Recalling Glassmaker Danton Caussin   27:2;p24
George Delforge and the Banner Window Glass: Company of South Charleston  1:3;p36
“Going Yander:” The West Virginia Guineas' View of Ohio  2:2;p9
Grandma and Grandpa Zekany: Growing Up Hungarian in Logan County  17:3;p9
Historical Sketch of Charleston's Jewish: Community  4:4;p37
Home Forever: Carving a New Life in Tucker County  18:2;p38
Home Winemaking: An Italian Tradition in the Upper Kanawha Valley  3:2;p35
Hoopies  12:2;p65
Humility, Enthusiasm and Time on his Knees: Home Missionary Alexander Moccia  15:4;p59
“I Dearly Love to Dance”: Mountain Dancer Lou Maiuri   34:1;p8
“I Like to Make People Happy”: Connie Mantini and His Accordion  30:3;p46
In the Beginning...: South Charleston’s Belgian Roots  37:4;p16
Irish Mountain: The Story of a West: Virginia Immigrant Community  17:1;p47
Jewish Merchants in the Coalfields  16:1;p34
“Just a Good, Clean Life”: Ben Borda of Marion County   28:4;p16
Kingmont: The First Place They Called Home  12:3;p44
La Familia Fernandez: Recalling a Spanish Family in Clarksburg   35:3;p19
Lavoro e Casa”: Memories of an Italian Mining Family   25:1;p48
Miriam Weiner's Story   4:4;p38
The Music Made Everything Okay: Michael Kline Interviews the Perkovic Family of Boggs Run   8:2;p27
My Childhood on Irish Mountain   24:1;p46
A New Home and Making Friends: Conclusion: of an Interview with Hyman Weiner   4:4;p32
Norm Julian: The Monongahela Valley’s Woodsman Philosopher 39:4;p52
One of the Faithful: Asaff Rahall, Church Founder   8:2;p51
Our Lady of Lebanon: The Maronite Church in Wheeling   16:2;p63
The Pepperoni Roll: State Food of West Virginia   32:1;p10
POW: The Italian Prisoners at Camp Dawson  19:1;p24
Purim: A Jewish Holiday Service  11:2;p20
Recalling an Irish Mountain Farm Family: The O'Leary-Gwinn Connection  17:1;p55
The Ricottillis of Barbour County: An Italian Family Carries On  32:3;p48
“Run Down to Gianato’s”: Kimball Memories  37:1;p40
Sedor Fedukovich: A New American in Fayette County  22:3;p16
The Spanish Picnic  35:3;p24
St. Joseph Settlement  9:1;p9
Tales from the Irish Tract   24:1;p38
Thomas and Its Opera House  6:4;p23
Thomas Greco: Shinnston Shoemaker  19:2;p22
“To Keep Their Faith Strong”: The Raleigh County Orthodox Community  8:2;p43
Two Hundred Pounds or More: The Lebanese Community in Mannington   4:2/3;p18
Visiting the Balli Sisters of Helvetia  36:2;p10
We, the People of Chestnut Ridge: A Native Community in Barbour County   25:3;p30
West Virginia Foodways: A Visit to the Lebanon Bakery  16:2;p57
West Virginia's Italian Heritage Festival  6:3;p68
“What America Is Made Of”: Country Ham in the German Tradition  15:4;p23
“What I Believe”: Frank Rushden's Life and Faith  20:3;p24
Wheeling's Irish Thread: An O'Brien Family Tale   25:1;p18
“When I Was Home as a Child”: Marie Miller Recalls St. Joseph Family Life  9:1;p15
“Where the Rails Turn Up”: Slovenes in Richwood   26:4;p38
“Win Or Lose, There's Always Tomorrow”: Sportsman John Zan  10:3;p65
“With Giant Steps I Hurried”: Building Church and Community in a New Land  20:3;p40
Working on the Island  15:4;p56
The World of the Gypsies   24:4;p24
Thomas and Its Opera House  6:4;p23
Thomas Greco: Shinnston Shoemaker  19:2;p22
“To Keep Their Faith Strong”: The Raleigh County Orthodox Community  8:2;p43
Two Hundred Pounds or More: The Lebanese Community in Mannington   4:2/3;p18
Visiting the Balli Sisters of Helvetia  36:2;p10
We, the People of Chestnut Ridge: A Native Community in Barbour County   25:3;p30
West Virginia Foodways: A Visit to the Lebanon Bakery  16:2;p57
West Virginia's Italian Heritage Festival  6:3;p68
“What America Is Made Of”: Country Ham in the German Tradition  15:4;p23
“What I Believe”: Frank Rushden's Life and Faith  20:3;p24
Wheeling's Irish Thread: An O'Brien Family Tale   25:1;p18
“When I Was Home as a Child”: Marie Miller Recalls St. Joseph Family Life  9:1;p15
“Where the Rails Turn Up”: Slovenes in Richwood   26:4;p38
“Win Or Lose, There's Always Tomorrow”: Sportsman John Zan  10:3;p65
“With Giant Steps I Hurried”: Building Church and Community in a New Land  20:3;p40
Working on the Island  15:4;p56
The World of the Gypsies   24:4;p24

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