Last year, about 100,000 visitors exited off Interstate 75, near Norris, Tennessee, to stroll the grounds and view the beautiful restored buildings of the Museum of Appalachia. The museum is the result of one man's vision and energy. For more than 30 years, John Rice Irwin, Tennessee-born and bred, has traveled onto backroads and into remote hollows in search of the artifacts of Appalachian culture. In his travels, he has collected everything from butter churns to tools to vintage banjos and quilts. And he has created a living legacy for a unique region of rural America.