Examples from the Web for appalachia
Vast pockets of both continued to exist well after that—in Appalachia and the inner cities, for example—and some exist still.
President Lyndon Johnson had just taken a tour of communities in Appalachia without electricity, running water, or sewage systems.
The coal industry is blowing the tops off mountains in Appalachia.Mark Ruffalo on the Gulf Gas-Well Blowout and Why We Need to Kick Fossil Fuels to the Curb|Mark Ruffalo|July 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Taliban has deep roots in this south-central Pashtun province, often described as "Afghanistan's Appalachia" by the Americans.
So repeat after me, from Orange County to Texas to Appalachia: President Obama is Christian.
She had gone with him on many exploratory trips into the caverns that the lower levels of Appalachia cut across.
And then he'd show Rusche some of the high spots of the low-number levels of Appalachia.
So in Appalachia, one steps shortly from the railway into the primitive.
The feud epoch has ceased throughout the greater part of Appalachia.
“The motives of two centuries ago” are the motives of present-day Appalachia.
British Dictionary definitions for appalachia
Culture definitions for appalachia
A mountainous region in the eastern United States, running from northern Alabama to Pennsylvania, and including parts of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, and all of West Virginia.