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Resource references:

ACRInc WORD PRESERVE Archive Anthology

nytimes 2015-year-in-weather-temperature-precipitation

internetarchive waybackmachine acountryrag: backups December 21, 1996 thru November 4, 2013

newyorker spotlight-and-its-revelations

"Archive Amens: 2016-1996"

1996 Slivinsk: Nature's Bonus

1996 Soper: The Pretty Girl

1997 Janzen: Verse to Music

1997 Cubbage: Virginia Boy

1998 Brenner: My Retreat

1998 Blair: Eagle Feather

1999 Bowman: Red Joe Martin

1999 clarke: Wanting

2000 Ballon: That State of Grace

2000 Brooks: Hanger Gales

2001 Arrowood: Centers of Limbic Learning

2001 Lamberts: How Do Frogs Do It?

2002 Harris: That Unspeakable God

2002 Jones: Index of Art

2003 Harris: Acrylics

2004 Harris: The Under-The-Railroad Gang


2006 Harris: Poetry:a short story

2007 Harris: Hell Will Wait

2008 Harris: Joie Plaisir Eibr

2009 Waldrop: More Verse

2009 Farley: Slaveship Down: The Silver Wire

2010 Gillaine: Love From Haiti

2010 Lamberts: Granny D

2011 Bluestein: Australia

2011 Cope: The Invisible Energy Surrounding Us

2012 various authors: The Cross in the Mountains

2012 Fortune: Dancing as Fast as We Can

2013 Janzen: Three Pieces

2013 Bandpey: Equations of Peace

2014 Mirandy: Persimmon Breezes

2014 Fortune: Saturdays

2015 ACRInc: 2015 Holy Days

2015 ACRInc: Vintage Vignette 2015

2015 ACRInc: Patina

2016 Harris: Trinity

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Water Play Area “Archive Amens”

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Doll Show Historic Jobo TN 
Sky Symposium
by Jeannette Harris

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Veterans Memorial

Lounge & Library

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Family Bunk Room Historic Jobo TN 
River Dam and Lakes

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Independence Day Celebration
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Rose Garden Inn Motel

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Main Street Bistro

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Poolground Historic Jobo TN 
Shopping Mall

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Historic Jobo TN Independence Day Picnic--click for larger view "The Appalachian Region's economy, once highly dependent on mining, forestry, agriculture, chemical industries, and heavy industry, has become more diversified in recent times, and now includes manufacturing and professional service industries. Appalachia has come a long way in the past four decades: its poverty rate, 33 percent in 1965, was 18 percent in 2008. The number of high-poverty counties in the Region (those with poverty rates more than 1.5 times the U.S. average) declined from 295 in 1965 to 116 in 2000.

"But despite progress, Appalachia still does not enjoy the same economic vitality as the rest of the nation. Central Appalachia in particular still battles economic distress, with concentrated areas of high poverty, unemployment, poor health, and severe educational disparities. And recent economic data show that the Region has fared far worse in the current recession than the rest of the nation." -- ARC

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Playtown finis Historic Jobo TN 
Toyland Mall

ACR Banner Page -- ACR Supersection Archives

Historic Jobo TN County Fair--click for larger view ACR Microbiotics Supersection

Jazz Notes Cover

Jobo TN Digital Folk Art Village
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Jobo TN Village-In-A-Box


"The way of the Cross is not easy, yet it is the tuneful, the rhythmic, the beautiful, the lovely way."
-- Edgar Cayce, Association for Research and Enlightenment

Original text and graphics c. A Country Rag, Inc. and Jeannette Harris, Jonesborough TN, 2016.