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FYS: Take the Crooked Road, Appalachian Music (2019)

a guide for students in professor Bill Krause's first-year seminar on Appalachian Music and Culture, created by librarian Maryke Barber

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You can request books, films, and articles the library doesn't own via Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

ILL takes approximately 2-4 days for articles, 1-3 weeks for books and films.

For more information on how ILL works, watch this video.

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