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The bottle tree - Appalachian History

"The Bottle Tree," Dave Tabler. Ever drive through appalachia and notice bottles neck down through tree branches?

War on Poverty: Portraits From an Appalachian Battleground, 1964 | LIFE.com

War on Poverty: Portraits From an Appalachian Battleground, 1964

Abraham Lincoln Ghostbuster - La boite verte

An extremely rare photograph of President Abraham Lincoln taken during his brief yet memorable stint as a paranormal investigator and eliminator circa 1864

America's poorest county: Proud Appalachians who live without running water or power in region where 40% fall below poverty line    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2134196/Pictured-The-modern-day-poverty-Kentucky-people-live-running-water-electricity.html#ixzz1sxFj2NRj

America's poorest county: Proud Appalachians who live without running water or power in region where 40% fall below poverty line

Mose Noble's nephew Johnny Noble, sits in Mose's trailer during a visit on April 2012 in Owsley County, Kentucky. Photographed by Mario Tama for Getty.

Leonard Arbogast Standing on his Porch -  Monongahela National Forest,WV,VERY COOL TO SEE A PIC!!! his wife in the window is Katie Bennett & the baby is probably Elmer who was born 27 Feb 1927 The photos say they were taken in 1927 & 1928 but obviously they were take within seconds apart, They had 7 children & were married in 1922 ...

Leonard Arbogast Standing on his Porch - Monongahela National Forest,WV. His wife in the window is Katie Bennett & the baby is probably Elmer who was born 27 Feb The photos say they were taken in 1927 & They had 7 children & were married in

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