Aunt Arie

Aunt Arie was living proof of the fact that persons in direct control of their own destinies are the most energetic, the most vibrant human beings. Today, with technology easing the responsibilities of mankind, people increasingly ...

Author: Linda Garland Page

Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press

ISBN: 0807866563

Category: History

Page: 230

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Of all the people documented by the Foxfire students since 1966, none has been more appealing to readers than Arie Carpenter. For all those who have read and cherished the Foxfire books, here is a loving portrait of a fondly remembered friend. This book is not just about Aunt Arie; it is Aunt Arie. In her own words, she discusses everything from planting, harvesting, and cooking to her thoughts about religion and her feelings about living alone. Also included are testimonials from many who knew her and a wealth of photographs.

My Golfer and Me

Aunt Arie. Aunt Arie owned the Cameron Creek grocery store. She gave me a little ceramic of a boy and a pot. My babysitter Grandma Rose didn't like it one bit because immodesty was against her religion, and Aunt Arie was her daughter.

Author: K.T. Rome

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1098001001

Category: Fiction

Page: 76

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My Golfer and Me is about that blissful exciting first love of a teenager innocently experienced and portrayed. The first part of the book gives a glimpse of a little girl of an Arky and an Oakie in the 1950s as she learns about God's forever love from babysitters and relatives. Love grows. The girl is a happy teenager in the second part of the book. Girls from twelve to ninety-two will enjoy the 1960s settings, happenings, and love of a cheerleader and a golfer.

Household Crafts and Tips

face, Aunt Arie greeted us early one hot summer day. I first met Aunt Arie in June. My immediate reaction was one of shock. How could such a tiny, delicate woman, eightyfive years old maintain her own garden, do all her cooking and ...

Author: Foxfire Fund, Inc.

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 0307948315

Category: House & Home

Page: 109

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A collection of how-tos celebrating the domestic arts of Appalachia, “Household Crafts and Tips” includes traditional advice on soapmaking and quilting, as well as in-depth instructions for making baskets, hampers, cornhusk brooms, and hanging gourds for purple martins. Foxfire has brought the philosophy of simple living to hundreds of thousands of readers, teaching creative self-sufficiency and preserving the stories, crafts, and customs of Appalachia. Inspiring and practical, this classic series has become an American institution. In July 2016, Vintage Shorts celebrates Foxfire's 50th Anniversary.

Mediated Images of the South

Then I met Aunt Arie. It was a cold day, and I can remember the jeep traveling far back into a remote area. I was apprehensive because I didn't know what to expect. Her log cabin was a time machine taking me back to the eighteen ...

Author: Alison Slade

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 0739172654

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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Mediated Images of the South: The Portrayal of Dixie in Popular Culture, edited by Slade, Givens-Carroll, and Narro, seeks to explore and understand the impact of the image of the Southerner within mass communication and popular culture by looking at images in politics, film, television, public relations, advertising, sports and social media.


Until She Comes Home

“I would have thought you knew better,” Aunt Julia says. “Izzy did it,” Arie says, holding the knife in one hand and the belt in the other. The clear jewels on the small buckle shine because she cleaned them with a cotton ball and ...

Author: Lori Roy

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101624329

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Nominated for a 2014 Edgar Award for Best Novel “You won’t be able to put [it] down.” —Ladies Home Journal Lori Roy follows her Edgar® Award-winning debut novel, Bent Road, with a spellbinding tale of suspense set against the crumbling façade of a once-respectable Detroit neighborhood in 1958. The ladies of Alder Avenue—Grace, Julia, and Malina—struggle to care for one another amidst a city ripe with conflict, but life erupts when child-like Elizabeth disappears. A black woman was recently murdered at the factory where their husbands work, and the ladies fear that crime may foretell Elizabeth’s fate. When an unmistakable sound rings out, will the vicious secrets that bind them all be revealed?

Chimes of Change and Hours

Life is easier today , Aunt Arie said . She remembers hoeing corn many a day for a quarter , and picking huckleberries and swapping two gallons of them for one gallon of syrup . But in those days there was always plenty to eat .

Author: Audrey Borenstein

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN: 9780838631706

Category: Social Science

Page: 518

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Encompassing a variety of perspectives on the lives of older women in modern America, this book is a rich mosaic, drawing on demographic, social-psychological, social-historical, economic, and gerontological data, and incorporating transcripts of oral histories, interviews with women artists, fiction and essays by and about women in the second half of their lives, autobiographies, diaries, journals, letters, and other sources.

A Sephardi Life in Southeastern Europe

The Autobiography and Journals of Gabriel Arié, 1863-1939 Esther Benbassa, Aron Rodrigue ... 226, 227, 228, 278 Arié, Raphaël (G.'s paternal uncle), 60 Arié, Rébecca (Mme Kaimzioglu |Kuyumji); G.'s paternal aunt), 60, 62, 98 Arië, ...

Author: Esther Benbassa

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: 0295998571

Category: Social Science

Page: 333

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Autobiographical texts are rare in the Sephardi world. Gabriel Ari�s writings provide a special perspective on the political, economic, and cultural changes undergone by the Eastern Sephardi community in the decades before its dissolution, in regions where it had been constituted since the expulsion from Spain in 1492. His history is a fascinating memoir of the Sephardi and Levantine bourgeoisie of the time. For his entire life, Ari�teacher, historian, community leader, and businessman�was caught between East and West. Born in a small provincial town in Ottoman Bulgaria in 1863, he witnessed the disappearance of a social and political order that had lasted for centuries and its replacement by new ideas and new ways of life, which would irreversibly transform Jewish existence. A Sephardi Life in Southeastern Europe publishes in full the autobiography (covering the years 1863-1906) and journal (1906-39) of Gabriel Ari�, along with selections from his letters to the Alliance Isra�lite Universelle. An introduction by Esther Benbassa and Aron Rodrigue analyzes his life and examines the general and the Jewish contexts of the Levant at the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries.

Foxfire

Aunt Arie is back ! At long last Aunt Arie : A Foxfire Portrait is back in print ! It has been republished by UNC Press . The editors of Aunt Arie are Linda Garland Page , a former Foxfire student and the director of the Foxfire Press ...

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Finding My Way Home

Uncle Boss, Aunt Arie, and the girls came to see the baby too. Aunt Arie brought Carol a whole newborn ensemble she had crocheted. It included a blanket, sweater, hat, booties, and even bloomers. They were all done in a pastel pink ...

Author: Pam Estes

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 1636309011

Category: Fiction

Page: 490

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Finding My Way Home is a historical fiction book. It details the lives of the two main characters, Bobbie James, and Allie Stephens. The book is set in the 1940s and describes what life was like during this era. This is a fictional work, but the story is based on actual people, places, and events. Travel with Allie as she is forced to move from her childhood home in Elizabeth to Elm Springs, Arkansas. Experience what it was like for her to work in the strawberry fields, begin a new school, and weather the storms of life. Journey with Bobbie through cotton fields, a haunted house, and an encounter on a train. You will laugh at the predicaments these two individuals find themselves and be brought to tears by their struggles. Above all, you will be entertained and inspired by this simple story of faith, family, and fun.