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Jobo TN Touring Time--click for enlargement Jobo TN Airport--click for enlargement

Where the Hills and Hollows Are Alive With Music

Hometown LINKS

  1. Historic Jonesborough Tennessee Town Services Cyberport

    Historic East TN UDC CSA stone memorial marker

  2. Historic Jonesborough Tennessee Town Visitor Center Online

  3. Historic Jonesborough Tennessee Senior Center Activities Calendar and Newsletter

  4. The Heritage Alliance of Northeast Tennessee & Southwest Virginia

  5. Washington County Public Libraries

    Historic Jobo TN Ethnic Dine & Dance

  6. Jonesborough TN International Storytelling Center

  7. Jonesborough TN Yarn Exchange
    "Exchanging our stories for a stronger community!"

  8. Jonesborough TN Herald & Tribune weekly community newspaper

  9. Jonesborough TN Herald & Tribune Online Photograph Shop by Charlie Mauk
    "The Herald & Tribune is located in Jonesborough, Tennessee, the state's oldest town. First published in 1869, the Herald & Tribune is now the fastest-growing newspaper in upstate Tennessee. Our photographs illustrate the historic, progressive and fun-loving spirit of the region. Vibrant beautiful photos of our kids, our neighbors, our community - they're all here. Check our gallery frequently so you don't miss a single shot of the people, events and landscape which makes Northeast Tennessee such a special place to visit and an even more special place to live!"
  10. East TN's The Loafer weekly arts & entertainment venerable newzine

  11. Jonesborough TN Farmers Market Online

  12. Kingsport TN Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium

  13. Jonesborough TN Bright's Zoo

  14. Jonesborough TN Joyful Gardener by Jeanne Cope

  15. Jonesborough TN ReverbNation Music Online

  16. Jonesborough TN Repertory Theatre

  17. South Arts

  18. **** Gatewood Journal: Mountain Empire Arts, Literature, Alternative Thought

  19. ACR's Mother of all Mountain Music Link of Links Listing

    Jobo TN Journey People--click for enlargement

  20. **** North Carolina's Blue Ridge Music Trails

  21. Appalachian Voices Hillbilly Savant Blog, Links & Podcasts

  22. Catch the Spirit of Appalachia

  23. Old Fields Singers (Shape Note)

  24. GoTriCities Nights/Music/Events

  25. Johnson City TN Community News/Events

  26. Jonesboough TN Flea Market

  27. ETSU Natural History Museum (Video Channel)

  28. ETSU Natural History Museum (website)

  29. My Old Kentucky Blog Indie Music SuperSite

  30. The Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association

  31. the Johnson City TN News and Neighbor
    "It's all about you... only the good news about people, places and organizations in our wonderful community. That's why the Johnson City News & Neighbor has the largest circulation of any newspaper in Johnson City and Washington County... and we can prove it. Visit our website to view our yearly circulation audit from the Circulation & Verification Council. Delivered to 31,000 homes each Saturday by adult carrier."
  32. HIGHLANDER: Mountain Empire Traveler Info Cyber-Center

  33. Smoky Mountain Living magazine "... celebrates the area’s environmental riches, its people, culture, music, arts, history, and special places. Each issue brings the Appalachians to life...."

  34. Mountain Photographics by Peter Montanti

  35. Classic Craft Chairmaking Video Demos by Curtis Buchanan (You Tube Channel)

  36. NETTA: Northeast Tennessee [America's First Frontier] Tourism Association

  37. Zenfolio's Richie Hayward Photography

  38. Archives of Appalachia

  39. The Tweetsie Trail

  40. International Appalachian Trail

  41. Appalachian Trail Conservancy

    The App Trail is an awesomely mystical real remnant of our pioneer moments as a questing people and as a nation of self-constructed communities -- a place of reverence and relevance still remaining extantly to test and teach "the brave and the free."--jH

  42. Appalachian Trail Museum

  43. Appalachian Treks BlogSpot

  44. Old Appalachia BlogSpot

  45. Old Appalachian Voice Journal

  46. Blue Ridge National Heritage Area

  47. black mountain college

  48. New Hampshire's Old Farmers Almanac

  49. Maine's Life, Liberty and Lobster Thing of news and views from The Trail's north star reaches

  50. Vermont's Yankee Magazine with webcam!

  51. Georgia's Foxfire Magazine with legendarily-acclaimed history, events and content!

Jobo TN Town Farmer Market--click for enlargement Jobo TN River Boat Rental--click for enlargement ARTS ALLIANCE MOUNTAIN EMPIRE

The White House omnisite

The Internet Archive omnisite
"The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format. Founded in 1996 and located in San Francisco, the Archive has been receiving data donations from Alexa Internet and others. In late 1999, the organization started to grow to include more well-rounded collections. Now the Internet Archive includes: texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages in our collections, and provides specialized services for adaptive reading and information access for the blind and other persons with disabilities."

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ACR Table of Contents -- ACR Up-To-Date Archives

'Nascence' -- click for enlargement ACR Cover

ACR CaveArt Cafe': Misty Blue Visitor Centers

ACR New QuickStart

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USA Mountain Empire Map & Tour ACR SuperSection

Tennessee Pearl Gallery ArtMart ACR MultiSection

The Sumptuous Cave ArtCafe' ACR SuperSection

ACRInc FolkArt Interactive Puzzle Gallery ACR, Angry Seas--click for enlargement

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"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

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Original text and graphics c. A Country Rag, Inc. and Jeannette Harris, Jonesborough TN. January 2014, May 2015 A.D.