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A beautifully produced companion volume to the Public Television documentary narrated by Naomi Judd, The Appalachians fills the void in information about the region, offering a rich portrait of its history and its legacy in music, literature, and film.
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PBSThe Appalachians DVD
 
4.8

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5.0

Great visual resource of My folk

By LuVonne (Dryman) Owens daughter Rachel

from Scaly Mtn, Macon County, NC

Comments about PBS The Appalachians DVD:

Love this DVD series. My maternal ancestors have lived in N.GA & SW NC since The American Revolution. The Appalachians series tells the story of the many resident families, especially my folk in the southernmost, and most beautiful I dare say, tip of the Appalachians known as the Blue Ridge Mtns. After immigrating from Western Europe (exclusively all parts of the English Scot Irish Isles and Bavaria in the 1700s & early 1800s, my ancestral families commingled with Native Cherokees. I love the history, the scenery, and the songs the series contains. I ordered 2, one for a London friend interested in the history of native Cherokees. A very pleasant resource and source for study.

 
5.0

Beautiful Series

By A Scot-Irish descendant

from Seattle WA

Comments about PBS The Appalachians DVD:

I've watched this twice on PBS and think it's fantastic. The historical significance is unmeasured, the personal comments are wonderful & the music enlightening. I look forward to seeing it again on PBS.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Watched and was Amazed.

By Otrdriver just a truck'n fool

from Grand Rapids, MI

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Comments about PBS The Appalachians DVD:

I was privileged to catch this on KET Kentucky Television recently and couldn't wait to buy the DVD. What a wonderful documentary of the culture and hardships the mountain people of the Appalachian Mountains and surrounding area have endured.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Bodacious addition to the home library!

By PC Smith

from Davisville, Wood County, West Virginia

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Comments about PBS The Appalachians DVD:

Tedddy Rooselvelt had a problem with "hyphenated" Americans, but this DVD brings out the toughness, pride, desire and strength to override all fires and floods thrown at us, the struggle of hard men and women with kindly souls and gentle hearts that certainly makes us a unique breed of people. This is not what a youngster will learn in middle school, yet should be required watching for all, as a humble reminder of the stock and breed from which we came. From the strong buttresses of the eastern mountains to the hills and valleys and streams emptying into the Ohio River in the western region, it's that very special portion of God's green earth that tells us all - eastern Buckeyes, Kaintuckians, western Virginians, Pennsylvanians, a few New Yorkers, Volunteer Staters, 'Baman's, and those others who have left but never forget nor lose their love for their old mountain homes. This movie is simply put, a delightful treasure trove, y'all! Buy two or more; one for you and your kin, and at least one for a friend or a few.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

music & History

By BG

from Bronx, NY

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Comments about PBS The Appalachians DVD:

If you have an intrest in our culture and its origns, and if you like the music, and the if you like history, this is a DVD for all the family.

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