Students at Arlie Boggs Elementary School in Eolia and Letcher County Central High School illustrate the gains and losses in education since 1963 when a country lawyer's book riveted the nation's attention on the region and its struggles.
Students at Arlie Boggs Elementary School in Eolia and Letcher County Central High School illustrate the gains and losses in education since 1963 when a country lawyer's book riveted the nation's attention on the region and its struggles. Lexington Herald-Leader
Students at Arlie Boggs Elementary School in Eolia and Letcher County Central High School illustrate the gains and losses in education since 1963 when a country lawyer's book riveted the nation's attention on the region and its struggles. Lexington Herald-Leader

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