2019 Goldenseal - Spring
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Item Type : Magazine Single Issue
Publisher : West Virginia Division of Culture and History
Date Published : Spring 2019

Description: The Spring 2019 GOLDENSEAL features stories about the late wood sculptor Wolfgang Flor (Upshur County), Julian Martin’s recollections of growing up in Emmons (Boone County), the 1937 Ohio River flood, the Braxton County town of Orlando, Mercer County sculptor Mike Sizemore, memories of the Big Ugly area (Lincoln County), salt rising bread, Earl Wilson Jr. of Beason (Ritchie County), brick making in Hancock County, Kanawha County educator Melanie Vickers’ experience in the NASA program that led up to the Challenger disaster, Oceana High School’s (Wyoming County) unlikely 1973 track and field championship, the gold mine of trout-fishing holes (Randolph County), an update on a lawsuit over the 1968 Farmington #9 Mine Disaster (Marion County), herbarist Marion Harless of Kerens (Randolph County), and Solar Mountain Records in Keyser (Mineral County). It also includes highlights of the 2018 Vandalia Gathering, with a tribute to Vandalia Award recipient Bil Lepp (Kanawha County) and Bil’s reflections on his brother Paul—both master storytellers.

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