Reviving a neglected apple tree

I recently bought a home in the Shenandoah Valley. There are several old fruit trees on the property. Most have been neglected for many years. I want to start trying to restore them a bit. The apple trees are first on my list. One is a bit over 20 foot high. I don't think they've been pruned for decades. How should I start with these trees? Can someone point me to a source online that would help me with pruning them? It's been 20 years since I lived in a house with enough yard to have any trees so what little experience I've had is nearly gone from my memory. Next project will be the mulberries. There are even a couple of white ones that have been going wild for a long time. I'm told they were planted in this area way back in an attempt to raise silk worms.
Thanks for any help Scott
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wrote:

They just did this on "This Old House Hour" the other day.
See: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/tvprograms/asktoh/showresources/episode/0,16663,1110925-1147772,00.html
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Dave in Columbus

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On Thu, 26 Jan 2006 00:53:20 -0500, Dave in Columbus wrote:

http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/tvprograms/asktoh/showresources/episode/0,16663,1110925-1147772,00.html
Thank you, I'll check this out when I get home.
Scott
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