Collections > Southern Oral History Program Interviews > Interviews > SOHP Series K. Southern Communities > K.002. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change > K.002.011. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Tradition and Development in Madison County's I-26 Corridor

K.002.011. Southern Communities: Listening for a Change: Tradition and Development in Madison County's I-26 Corridor

This collection of interviews by Rob Amberg documents the construction of a nine-mile section of Interstate 26. Amberg explored the history of daily life in the once isolated community of eastern Madison County and considered the consequences of highway development on community interaction and sense of place. Interviewees include the county sheriff; a probation officer; an environmental activist; the resident highway engineer of the I-0026 Corridor project; self-described hippies who moved to Madison County in the early 1970s to live off the land; the mayor of Mars Hill, N.C.; and the town manager of Mars Hill, N.C.

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