Appalachian Families Past and Present

Clay Coker Family

McDuffy Coker Family Cherokee County, North Carolina 1930 (Private Collection of Janice Harburn Digital ID#022702-9)

 

Grade Level: Kindergarten

Subject: Social Studies, Information Skills, Computer Technology

By Janice Harburn

Hayesville Elementary School – Clay County Schools

This unit will focus on the comparison of families in the Appalachian Mountains.

Adventure of the American Mind – Western Carolina University

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