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Page 3 of Anglo-Saxons of the Kentucky mountains : a study in anthropogeography / by Ellen Churchill Semple.

Th7e Anglo-axons of the Kentucky Mountains EASTERN PART OF KENTUCKY. Note the very small development of railroads. and Monongahela River coal have tended to retard the construction of railroads within the mountains, and even those on the margin of this upland region have been built since i88o. Man has done so little to render this district accessible because nature has done so little., There are here no large streams penetrat- ing the heart of the mountains, as in Tennessee, where the Tennessee River, drawing its tributaries from the easternmost ranges of the 3