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A Country Rag
USA Mountain Empire Map & Tour

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People from many nations will come and say, "Come, let us go up to the mountain of the LORD, to the house of Jacob's God. There he will teach us his ways, and we will walk in his paths." For the LORD's teaching will go out from Zion; his word will go out from Jerusalem.--Isaiah 2:3



Click graphic below for ACR 'Appalachian Ecology' section
graphic: Mountains, digital by jH -- click for 'Appalachian Ecology'

graphic: Mountains, digital by jH -- click for Index of Art by ACR Board Member Vera Tracy
Click graphic above for artwork by ACR contributing board member Vera Tracy


Related Mountain Empire info at. . .

Appalachian Scenes -- Appalachian Ecology

Country Calendar -- Our Music

Country Talk

Backwoods Recipes



Jazz Notes in the Misty Blue: A Mountain Anthology

Jobo TN Folk Art Village




See for yourself!
Live Action HIGH COUNTRY & OCEAN BEACH WEBCAMS









Map of the United States of Appalachia, i.e. The Mountain Empire

Map, not to scale, of The Mountain Empire of Appalachia -- click for history of State of Franklin


click collage for reportage, 'Tanasi:The Spirit of Freedom'













For an awesome catalogue collection of well-annotated photographs of the south-central Appalachian region's historic buildings and scenic terrain, take a self-paced virtual tour of the abundantly generous compilation at New River Notes.

Romantic Asheville NC, "The Paris of The South" or its San Francisco, is inarguably the colorfully and vibrantly avant guarde "mile-high" Capital City of The Land of the Blue Mist.

The Mountain Empire's oldest and most beloved town and its reknowned Storytelling Capital is "one of the best small towns in America," Jonesborough TN.









"
The Water Is Wide"



Knoxville[Tennessee] Jazz Orchestra








Videos above: Danny Knicely and friends; Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore; Rick Simmerly and Todd Wright; and
Eliza Lynn; Chicks With Sticks; Appalachian Trail Band








Related Mountain Empire info at. . .

Appalachian Scenes -- Appalachian Ecology

Country Calendar -- Our Music

Country Talk

Backwoods Recipes



Go to . . .

Up-To-Date Archives -- Table of Contents

ACR Cover Page


Text and graphics c. A Country Rag, Inc. and Jeannette Harris, Jonesborough, TN, February 2011. All rights reserved.


graphic: Mountains, digital by jH -- click for Index of Art by ACR Contributor Margaret Gregg

graphic: Mountains, digital by jH -- click for 'Appalachian Scenes & Listings'