THE ELECTRONIC FRONT PORCH: An Oral History of the Arrival of Modern Media in Rural Appalachia and the Melungeon Community
A revealing look at the impact of radio, television, and the Internet on the residents of rural Appalachia. The stories tracing the adoption of the Internet show how Melungeons used electronic media to establish communities despite their geographical isolation.
Publisher: Mercer UP
Item #: 7707258
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