Appalachian Daughter: The Exodus of the Mountaineers from Appalachia
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The Stuff of Legends: Tales of Van Buren Township of Brown County’S People by Helen C. Ayers
Morgantown is just a short detour through rolling, forested farmland on Highway 68, making it an ideal stopover for those headed west or north. Parties aside, few places top Morgantown for visible school spirit.
On the weekend I spent there, the goldenrod-yellow of the Mountaineers shone from literally every block: on T-shirts and gym shorts, car bumpers and window dressings, even front-porch trim. For a place defined by mountains, though, Morgantown is more hills than peaks. Rolling, tree-covered foothills extend in all directions; neighborhoods are full of steep, San Francisco-style roads with often-stunning views at the top.
Fall lingers late in West Virginia; while the New England maples are already bare, the Morgantown countryside still blazes with color. It lies, after all, below the Mason-Dixon line, though this hybrid region identifies more as Appalachian than Southern.