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Urban Appalachian Council Publications

 Collection — other: Box 1
Identifier: AppMs-0011

Scope and Contents

The papers of the Urban Appalachian Council are a collection reports, publications, and papers dealing with the recent immigrants to Ohio urban areas such as Akron, Toledo, and Cincinnati from neighboring rural Appalachian areas. These documents are focused on the socioeconomic, education, health, and settlement patterns of these people from 1960 through 1978. Race relations, labor distributions, religious preferences, and historical backgrounds are also addressed. The collection includes Council publications, working and research papers, case studies, reports, maps, and several pamphlets.


  • Creation: 1974-1978


Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research.


0.50 linear feet

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Method of Acquisition

The Urban Appalachian Council Collection was given to Archives of Appalachia by Dan McKee, Research Associate, Urban Appalachian Council, October 27, 1978.

Processing Information

David H. Goodin completed the processing and the collection was opened for research on June 26, 1979.

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Repository Details

Part of the Archives of Appalachia Repository

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