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Appalachia

by Mary Ann Kelley

Resources for studying about Appalachia

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Looking for a curriculum that makes learning fun? You'll find it in Time4Learning's PreK-12 grade online homeschool curriculum.

Appalachian Mountains Printables  (Y)

Interactive map of the Appalachian Trail  (T)

Plants and Wildlife of the Appalachian Trail  (T)

Appalachian English  (T)
Listen to the unique accent and dialect of the people of Appalachia

Appalachian Culture  (M)
Appalachian people are considered a separate culture, made up of many unique backgrounds; Native Americans, Irish, English and Scotch, and then a third descendants of German and Polish immigrants. The mountains historically have kept Appalachia isolated from the rest of the country. This heavily influenced the development of a distinctive culture.

ACF Lesson Plan: How Was Coal Formed?  (M)
Grade Level: 5-8

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