Mike Templeton continues his urban Appalachian neighborhoods series in this week's blog post dedicated to East Price Hill. Appalachian presence in EPH began in the 1970s when Irish and German Catholic families moved out of the city and Appalachian migrants moved up the hill from Lower Price Hill and Over-the-Rhine. Read more about how urban Appalachians have influenced this multicultural neighborhood throughout the years below.
If you missed last week's Harvesting Our Stories: Urban Appalachian Story Gathering Project Zoom meeting, we've included two videos below that tell you everything you need to know about the project to get started.
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