Where the Lilies Bloom ~ "A family of Appalachian children live together in the backwoods so that they can stay together after the death of their widower father." (Note by Pat: This is one of the best movies I've watched. Wish I had a copy on DVD!
'English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians', Cecil J Sharp, Maud Karpeles transcribing a song from an Appalachian woman, who - as a descendant of English settlers - still sings ballads that our mutual ancestors knew, two hundred years before.
Appalachian People - The Turpins The Turpin family was among Horace Kephart's first mountain acquaintances. Shown in the photograph above, this family typifies an often overlooked view of the early century Appalachian home.