Appalachia Journal

Appalachia Journal Archive: 2011

February 4, 2016

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IN THIS ISSUE: OFF THE TURNPIKE

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  • Wake Up: The most densely populated state has preserved one-fifth of it’s land. Ronald J. Dupont, Jr., with Paul E. Decoste
  • Doing Time in New Jersey: A Thoreau scholar in Princeton finds comfort in the nascent Appalachians. Will Howarth
  • Nowheres: The sheer physiographic intensity of New Jersey. John McPhee
  • Climbing Detectives on Mount Willard: Unearthing a long-neglected route. Geoff Wilson
  • Living with Wind: Gathering impressions of the newest power technology. William T. Smith and Timothy Paul Smith
  • Night News: Trailside, hearing of the financial collapse. Sandy Stott
  • The Shawangunks, Now and Then: A personal history by the only climber from 1952 still out there. Steven Jervis
  • White Mountains, 1964: 25 impressions. Guy Waterman, with photos by George Bellerose
  • Ice House Cabin: A bittersweet return to beautiful memories. Marcyn Del Clements
  • The Stones of Rome: A walk along Hadrian’s Wall. Parkman Howe
  • Ice and Ashes: A young sled driver takes on a moral imperative. Blair Braverman

POETRY

  • Haul Out Francis Blessington
  • To Read The World Polly Brown
  • Polar Wind James Doyle
  • Porcupine Mountains Robin Chapman
  • The Last Word About Fox (Maybe) Mary Oliver
  • Top of the Ridge Wally Swist
  • Spring Island, South Carolina Marjory Wentworth

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • Letters
  • A Peak Ahead

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IN THIS ISSUE: UP FROM DEVASTATION

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  • The Slide Show That Saved the Whites: How Phillip Ayres made the public care. Christopher Johnson and David Govatski
  • Public Land Conservation in the East: The Weeks Act story. Tom Wagner
  • A Northern Forest Mosaic: Community-based conservation after the Weeks Act. Sally Manikian
  • Pemigewasset Dreams: Perched on the edge of cataclysm. Jonathan Mingle
  • Mountain Voices: Ben English. Quiet and unassuming, his reach in the White Mountains is far and wide. Doug Mayer and Rebecca Oreskes
  • Hunting the Woolly Adelgid: The winning essay in the Waterman Fund contest. Dianne Fallon
  • Passing Time on a Mountain: Building walls and reaching beyond them on Denali. Brian J. Glenn
  • Mr. Snow: John Fry’s influence on skiing in the East. Peter Bronski
  • Mixing Business with Pleasure: Creating a trail guide for Rwanda’s Nyungwe National Park. Doreen Bolnick, with Bruce Bolnick

POETRY

  • Haul Out Francis Blessington
  • To Read The World Polly Brown
  • Polar Wind James Doyle
  • Porcupine Mountains Robin Chapman
  • The Last Word About Fox (Maybe) Mary Oliver
  • Top of the Ridge Wally Swist
  • Spring Island, South Carolina Marjory Wentworth

IN EVERY ISSUE

  • The Long Way Home
  • Accidents
  • Alpina
  • News and Notes
  • Research
  • Books of Note
  • Letters
  • A Peak Ahead

AT ANY TIME

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