My Journey to Appalachia: A Year at the Folk School

My Journey to Appalachia A Year at the Folk School In three months after graduating from Vassar College Ellie Lambert arrived in Brasstown North Carolina to join the staff at the John C Campbell Folk School an experiment in adult education m

  • Title: My Journey to Appalachia: A Year at the Folk School
  • Author: Eleanor Lambert Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780914875314
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 1941, three months after graduating from Vassar College, Ellie Lambert arrived in Brasstown, North Carolina, to join the staff at the John C Campbell Folk School, an experiment in adult education modeled on Scandinavian folk schools Nave and idealistic, she decided to see the world by working in whatever different environments were open to a liberal arts major of theIn 1941, three months after graduating from Vassar College, Ellie Lambert arrived in Brasstown, North Carolina, to join the staff at the John C Campbell Folk School, an experiment in adult education modeled on Scandinavian folk schools Nave and idealistic, she decided to see the world by working in whatever different environments were open to a liberal arts major of the Great Depression years Ellies one year commitment grew into a lifetime commitment After World War II, she married a local boy and returned to Brasstown to farm and raise a family She watched the Folk School grow into a thriving arts and crafts institution attended by people from all over the world.

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    1. Personal reason for reading this one, my dad was dear friends with the author and edited this book for her. Full of rich descriptions of the people and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, N.C. in 1941.

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