Meet Trevor McKenzie!

The Special Collections team is pleased to welcome Trevor McKenzie as Project Archives Assistant.  Trevor will be processing materials from the W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection and will be posting updates about the grant project and highlights from the collections to this blog.

Trevor holds a Bachelor of Sciences in Applied and Public History and Master of Arts in Appalachian Studies, both from Appalachian State University. He served as the Editorial Assistant for the Appalachian Journal for two years and worked as a student assistant in Special Collections during the summer of 2011. His extensive knowledge of the Appalachian region, its history, culture, and music traditions will be instrumental as he works with the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection.

Welcome, Trevor!


Nice to make your (online) acquaintance, Trevor.  Looks like you and the other App. State staff have really hit the ground running on this project!  Keep up the great work! 

Alex Lorch 


Sorry to respond to you so late. We have been having trouble with some spam in our blog comments but I think we have a filter now which will help us sort those out.  I am delighted to be working on this project and look forward digging further into the collection.


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