The Appalachian Ethnicity project was created in 2001 from materials taken from two W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection collections: 119. Appalachian Regional Brochure Collection and 120. Appalachian Postcard Collection. The items are just a few of the representations of diversity in the Appalachian region.
|"The Making of Race and Gender: Memphis, the Delta and the Mid-South"||"America's First Frontier Tour: All Roads Lead to Northeast Tennessee"|
|"Heritage Tour: Smoky Mountain, New Expanded Version"||"Tennessee's Forbidden Caverns in the Great Smoky Mountains"|
|"Meigs County: The Shoreline County"||"Freedom's Altar by Charles F. Price"|