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Social Conditions, Social Life and Customs

Includes study of values, attitudes, identity, social activism, structure and change; humor; oral history; memoirs; foodways and recipes; festivals and holidays; feuds and domestic violence; Foxfire series; coal camp life; and more

Abbott, Susan.  1997.  “Gender, Status, and Values Among Kikuyu and Appalachian Adolescents” [Kenya and Eastern Ky.].  In African Families and the Crisis of Social Change, ed., T. S. Weisner, C. Bradley, and P. L. Kilbride, 86-105.  Westport, Conn.: Bergin & Garvey.

Accawi, Anwar F.  2002.  “Fear” [of persecution; a Lebanese resident of East Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Spring): 9-12.

Adams, Sheila Kay.  2005.  “A Real Man’s Hands” [memoir: Daddy].  Appalachian Heritage 33, no. 2 (Spring): 65-70.

Adams, Shelby Lee.  1998.  Appalachian Legacy [photographs; continues 1993 documentary Appalachian Portraits].  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  128 pp.

Adams, Shelby Lee.  2003.  Appalachian Lives [photographs; continues documentaries Appalachian Portraits (1993) and Appalachian Legacy (1998)].  Introduction by Vicki Goldbert.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  108 pp.

Adams, Shelby Lee.  2011.  “Exposures: Of Kentucky.”  New York Times Sunday Review, 13 November, 9(SR).  98 words.  Portrait photographer “Shelby Lee Adams captures the people who live in a holler where he was raised in Hazard, Kentucky.”  Multi media slide show, with 17 captioned images from the author’s new book, Salt & Truth (2011).  http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/13/opinion/sunday/of-kentucky.html?

Adams, Shelby Lee.  2011.  Salt & Truth.  Richmond, Va.: Candela Books. 125 pp.  Eighty new b&w photos comprise Adams’s fourth book of empathetic (stereotype-perpetuating?) “environmental portraits” of mountain people, from a hollow in Letcher County, Ky.

Addis, Joshua, and Gladys Addis.  1999.  “Canning: Gladys Addis Style” [Ga.; student interview about home canning].  Foxfire Magazine 33 (Spring/Summer): 77-80.

Alexander, Jerry L.  2006.  Where Have All Our Moonshiners Gone?: A Look at Truths, Half Truths and Plain Out Lies!  Seneca, S.C. : J. L. Alexander.  213 pp.

Allen, Robert Howard.  1997.  Simple Annals: 200 Years of an American Family [Tenn.: poems, short stories, folklore].  New York: Four Walls Eight Windows.  220 pp.

Aller, Joan E.  2010.  Cider Beans, Wild Greens, and Dandelion Jelly: Recipes from Southern Appalachia.  Kansas City, Mo.: Andrews McMeel.  212 pp.  150 recipes, sumptuous color photographs, and local lore.

Alther, Lisa.  2012.  Blood Feud: The Hatfields and the McCoys: The Epic Story of Murder and Vengeance.  Guilford, Conn.: Lyons Press.  286 pp.  Contents: Introduction: murderland | The path to Pikeville | Dark and bloody ground | Border states | Hog trial | Montagues and Capulets of the Cumberlands | Pawpaw murders | Devil Anse and the hellhounds | New Year’s night massacre | All over but the shouting | “The Hatfields made me do it!” | Survivors | Other feuds | The Corsica of America | The inner hillbilly | Man toys | Epilogue: the Hatfield-McCoy industry | Appendix: “Green are the woods” / by Abner Vance.

Alvarez, Raymond.  2003.  “The View from Fairmont: A Century in Postcards” [17 cards reproduced].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Winter): 18-25.

Alvarez, Raymond.  2008.  “Chesney’s Totem Pole: Tribute to a Fairmont Landmark.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 34-39.  Pole 24 feet high: carved by Dr. Chesney Ramage, erected 1942, removed 1984.

Alzo, Lisa A.  2006.  Slovak Pittsburgh [vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Contents: Old Country, New World |  Rodina |  From cradle to grave |  Religion |  Education |  At work |  Those who served | Slovak clusters |  Food, folklore, and tradition | Celebrations, events, and festivals.

Amberg, Rob.  2002.  Sodom Laurel Album [photos of Revere, Madison Co., N.C.; Dellie Norton (1898-1993); tobacco farming].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  192 pp., with 20-track music CD.

American Folklife Center.  [2001] 2005.  “Tending the Commons: Folklife and Landscape in Southern West Virginia.”  Library of Congress website; updates the initial 2001 site.  http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/tending/essay5.html  [718 sound recordings, 1,256 photographs, interactive maps, ten manuscripts, and seven essays including “Landscape and History at the Headwaters of the Big Coal River Valley” (35 pp.), by Mary Hufford].

Amerson, Anne.  2006.  The Best of “I Remember Dahlonega”: Memories of Lumpkin County, Georgia.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  127 pp.  Articles and interviews; photos.

Ammons, Stacy.  2005.  “Rabbits, Bees, and Bears: An Interview with Ervin Chastain” [b. 1923; S.C., Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 39 (Spring/Summer): 70-80.

Anderson, Belinda.  2003.  “Bill Dysard of Lewisburg: A ‘Real Son of the South’” [b. 1909, son of a Confederate veteran].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Fall): 38-43.

Anderson, Belinda.  2003.  “Coming Home: The George Hajash Story” [McDowell Co.; profile of seventh of seven brothers inducted to serve during WWII].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Spring): 26-33.

Anderson, Brett, ed.  2012.  Cornbread Nation 6: The Best of Southern Food Writing.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  297 pp.  Fifty essays under six section headings: Messing with Mother Nature | Southern characters | Southern drinkways | Identity in motion | The global South.  Includes “Wendell Berry’s Wisdom,” by Michael Pollan, 115-118.

Anderson, Colleen.  1998.  “A Pawpaw Primer” [horticulture and recipes].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25 (Spring): 21-25.

Anderson, Colleen. 2006.  “The Pepperoni Roll: State Food of West Virginia.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 10-14.

Anderson, Robert, and Aaron Crites.  2012.  Parkersburg [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Upper Ohio River town Parkersburg (Wood County) was a leader in the oil and gas industry early in the 20th century.

Andreescu, Viviana, John Eagle Shutt, and Gennaro F. Vito.  2011.  “The Violent South: Culture of Honor, Social Disorganization, and Murder in Appalachia” [map; tables].  Criminal Justice Review 36, no. 1 (March): 76-103.  North and South contrasted; “Using 1990-1992 argument-related homicide data for Appalachian counties and considering the effect of the religious culture.”

Anglin, Mary K.  1992.  “A Question of Loyalty: National and Regional Identity in Narratives of Appalachia.”  Anthropological Quarterly 65 (July): 105-116.  Special issue: Negotiating Identity in Southeastern U.S. Uplands.

Appalachian Humor.  1997.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 14 (Spring): 1-40.

Appalachian Lives: Articles, Essays, Fiction, Poetry, and Reviews.  1999.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 16 (Summer): 1-48.

Apple, R. W., Jr.  2003.  “Ah, the Sweet Smell of Spring” [annual Ramp Feed, Richwood, W. Va.].  New York Times, 30 April, 1(F).

Archer, William R.  2000.  Bluefield [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Archer, William R.  2001.  Mercer County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Archer, William R.  2005.  McDowell County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Archer, William R.  2006.  Welch [W. Va.; McDowell Co.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Arnold, Allen D.  2006 .  “Burgoo, the Stew” [hunters’ stew; annual Burgoo International Cook-Off at Webster Springs, founded 1995].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 30-33.

Arnow, Harriette Simpson.  [1977] 1996.  Old Burnside [memoir; Burnside, Ky.].  Rpt. ed.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  152 pp.

Arnow, Pat.  2006.  “Southern Theater for Social Change” [The Road Company; Highlander Center; Alternate ROOTS (Regional Organization of Theaters South)].  Chap. 9 in Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction, ed. C. Green, R. Rubin, and J. Smethurst, 190-209.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Arthur, Matt.  2006.  “‘From Tobacco Fields to Classrooms” [b. 1934; teacher; Ga.].  Interview by student Jessica Arthur.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Spring/Summer): 3-11.

Ashe County Historical Society.  2002.  Ashe County Revisited [N.C.; vintage photos, largely portraits].  Co-authored by John Houck, Clarice Weaver, and Carol Williams.  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Ater, Malcolm.  2006.  “‘You Never Know . . .’: Clarence ‘Bones’ Wright of Shepherdstown’ [four-term mayor; 1940s-1960s; Jefferson Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 4 (Winter): 54-61.

Atkins, Leah Rawls.  [1981, 1996] 2000.  The Valley and the Hills: An Illustrated History of Birmingham and Jefferson County [Ala.].  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  192 pp.  Originally published: Woodland Hills, Calif.: Windsor Publications.

Atkinson, Janet Frank.  2002.  “Pride and Sorrow: Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and the Aftermath of September 11” [crash site, United Flight 93].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Spring): 3-8.

B. B. Maurer West Virginia Folklife Award, 2005: Charles Kenneth “Ken” Sullivan, Writer, Editor, Historian, Humanist [editor, Goldenseal, 1979-1997].  2007.  Traditions: A Journal of West Virginia Folk Culture and Educational Awareness 10: 31.

Bageant, Joe.  2007.  Deer Hunting with Jesus: Dispatches from America’s Class War [colorful, profane analysis: white working-poor; Va.].  New York: Crown.  273 pp.

Bageant, Joe.  2011.  Rainbow Pie: A Redneck Memoir [1946-2011; W. Va.].  Victoria, Australia: Scribe Publications.  310 pp.  “God-fearing, Obama-hating ‘red-staters’....the ones hit hardest by America’s bad times....Their ‘tough work and tougher luck’ story stretches over generations, and Bageant tells it here with poignancy, indignation, and tinder-dry wit.”  First published, London: Portobello, 2010.

Baggett, James L.  2006.  Historic Photos of Birmingham [Ala.].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing Co.  197 pp.  Mostly from turn of the century, including coal and steel mills.  See also Historic Photos of Birmingham in the 50s, 60s, and 70s (2010), by Jessica L. Barton.

Bailey, Denver.  2012.  “Denver Bailey on ‘The Wisdom of the Earth and Goodness of the Soul’” [Asheville, N.C.].  Interview by John Huie.  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 2 (Winter): 46-48.  Huie is former director of the North Carolina Outward Bound School.

Bailey, Kenneth R.  1997.  “Off the Job: A Brief Look at Recreation in the New River Coal Fields”  [W. Va.].  In  Proceedings, New River Symposium, April 11-12, 1997, Glade Springs Resort, Daniels, West Virginia, 80-89.  Glen Jean, W. Va.: National Park Service.

Bailey, Kenneth R.  1998.  “‘Alive to the Work’: West Virginia State Board of Embalmers, 1899-1933"  West Virginia History 57: 47-76.

Bailey, Louise Howe.  2005.  Remembering Henderson County: A Legacy of Lore [N.C.; local history newspaper columnist]. Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  142 pp.

Bailey, Louise Howe.  2010.  Historic Henderson County: Tales from Along the Ridges [N.C.].  Compiled by Terry Ruscin and Joe Bailey.  Foreword by Robert Morgan.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  128 pp.

Bailey, Richard S.  2008.  “Paul Whiteman Recalls Early Days in Bridgeport” [b. 1909].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 18-23.

Bailey, Richard S.  2010.  “‘I Wish I Could Go Back’: A Visit with Peter Henderson of Marion County” [b. 1915; interview].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 4 (Winter): 54-61.  Recalls tough work in the clay mines and factories of the Hammond Fire Brick Company. “The Empire State Building...was built with our brick.”

Bailey, Richard S.  2011.  “Arden: Willie Nestor Recalls Life in a Barbour County Town” [b. 1929, Philippi].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 43-47.  Badger Coal Company.

Baker, Katie.  2011.  “Bread and Butter Pickles: A Green Southern Treat.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 1 (Summer): 30-31.  Tennessee family tradition, and recipe.

Baldwin, Juanitta.  2007.  Smoky Mountain Tales: True and Tall [anecdotes; b. 1927].  Kodak, Tenn.: Suntop Press.  148 pp.

Ball, Bo.  2002.  “Early Hunger” [vivid childhood memories and hardships; 1940s-50s].  Appalachian Heritage 30 (Winter): 33-40.

Ball, Bo.  2003.  “Appalachian Christmases” [memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 31 (Summer): 78-84.

Ball, Bo.  2003.  “Two Appalachian Towns” [memoir; 1940s-50s Russell Co., Va.].  Appalachian Heritage 31 (Winter): 7-14.

Ball, David.  2010.  Ground Hog Dinner [memoir; stories; poems;  b. 1930s Barbour Co., W. Va.].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain.  163 pp.

Ball, Donald B.  1997.  “Types of Early Grave Decoration in Middle Tennessee” [Pioneer; Box; Comb; limestone and shale].  Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 58 (no.3): 117-127.

Ball, Donald B.  1999.  “Continuity and Change in Traditional Material Culture: Notes on a Poured Concrete Gravehouse in Middle Tennessee.”  Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 59 (no. 2): 69-75.

Ball, Randy, and Rodney Ferrell.  2009.  Rogersville [Tenn.; Hawkins County seat].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  96 pp.  Historic and contemporary photos juxtaposed.

Ballam, J. D. 1999.  The Road to Harmony: An Appalachian Childhood [1970s Western Md. in Catoctin and South Mountain country].  Ebrington, Gloucesterhire, England: Long Barn Books.  192 pp.

Banker, Mark.  1996.  “Unraveling the Multicultural Riddle: Clues from Southern Appalachia and Hispanic New Mexico.”  Journal of Appalachian Studies 2 (Fall): 277-298.

Barker, Garry.  1999.  “Descended From Dan’l, Davy, and the Devil Himself” [attributes of a mountain man].  Appalachian Heritage 27 (Winter): 25-27.

Barker, Garry.  2008.  Head of the Holler. Volume 1.  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  149 pp.  Collected newspaper columns; humor, folkways, Ky.

Barkey, Fred.  1997.  “According to Miss Alice: A Farm Girl Recalls Coal Town Life” [interview with Alice Cassady, b. 1904; southern W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Spring): 33-39.

Barnett, Bob.  2010.  “Rise and Fall of the Newell Park Zoo.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 2 (Summer): 26-32.  Hancock Co., 1906-1912, founded by Homer Laughlin China Co.

Barnett, C. Robert.  2010.  Growing Up in the Last Small Town: A West Virginia Memoir [b. 1943; Newell, W. Va.; Hancock Co.].  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  252 pp.

Barnett, Janice.  2009.  “The Tao of Cornbread” [cooking].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.1 (Spring/Summer): 24-27.

Barnwell, Tim.  2001.  “Portraits for the Heart: Images of Western North Carolina” [60 duotone photos of mountaineers; 1980s  Madison Co.; brief oral histories].  In May We All Remember Well: A Journal of the History & Cultures of Western North Carolina, Vol. 2, ed. R. S. Brunk, 178-213.  Asheville, N.C.: Robert S. Brunk Auction Services, Inc.

Barnwell, Tim.  2003.  The Face of Appalachia: Portraits from the Farm [100 duotone photos with brief oral histories; 1980s Madison Co., N.C.].  New York: W.W. Norton.  157 pp.

Barnwell, Tim.  2007.  On Earth’s Furrowed Brow: The Appalachian Farm in Photographs [100 black & white photos; with oral histories].  Foreword by John Ehle.  New York: Norton.  224 pp.

Bartlett, Larry.  2000.  “Doodle Was a Tough Old Bird” [humor; pet rooster’s disposition; 1940s Vienna, W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Summer): 66-67.

Bartoletti, Susan Campbell.  1997.  Growing Up in Coal Country [anthracite region; immigrants; adolescent audience].  Boston: Houghton Mifflin.  127 pp.

Barton, Jessica L.  2010.  Historic Photos of Birmingham in the 50s, 60s, and 70s.  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing Co.  206 pp.  See also Historic Photos of Birmingham (2006), by James L. Baggett.

Basile, Victor A., and Judy Prozzillo Byers.  2011.  Italians in West Virginia [vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Contents: Almost Heaven, West Virginia | Work and disaster | Americanization and political activism | Leisure, travel, and ethnic advancement | Family | Church and religion | The Italian American festive spirit today.

Bass, S. Jonathan.  2008.  “‘How ‘bout a Hand for the Hog’: The Enduring Nature of the Swine as a Cultural Symbol in the South.”  In Southern Cultures: The Fifteenth Anniversary Reader, ed. H. Watson and L. Griffin, 371-388.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Battlo, Jean.  1998.  McDowell County: In West Virginia and American History [18th century to 1929].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  510 pp.

Battlo, Jean.  2003.  Pictorial History of McDowell County, 1858-1958: From Rural Farms to Coal Kingdom [W. Va.].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  557 pp.

Battlo, Jean.  2004.  “‘I Am in a Swell Place Now’: Early McDowell County Postcards” [12 photo view cards described].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Winter): 18-23.

Battlo, Jean.  2005.  “Jones Mansion: The Checkered History of a McDowell County Landmark” [coal baron’s house; crime; murders].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 2 (Summer): 52-57.

Battlo, Jean.  2011.  “‘Run Down to Gianato’s’: Kimball Memories” [McDowell Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 1 (Spring): 40-43.  Gianato’s general store, a local landmark in Kimball since 1918.  Sidebar on Kimball World War I Memorial, pp. 44-45, recognizing the contribution of black residents to the war effort.

Battlo, Jean.  2011.  Kimball, West Virginia, 1911-2011.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  141 pp.  McDowell County coal and railroad town.

Batz, Bob.  2011.  “Salt Rising Bread: Two Women Are Bringing Back the Regional Specialty in Greene County” [Pa.; Rising Creek Bakery and Cafe].  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3 November, 1(E).  2,768 words.  http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/sectionfront/life/salt-rising-bread-two-women-are-bringing-back-the-regional-specialty-in-greene-county-322204/#ixzz2WPhCmvFi.

Bauman, Russell, and David Callenback.  1999.  “Through the Eyes of ‘Lightnin’” [Chechero, Ga.; extended interview with storyteller Callenback, b. 1958, on childhood hardships].  Foxfire Magazine 33 (Fall/Winter): 101-119.

Bauman, Russell, and J.C. Stubblefield.  1998.  “J.C.’s Story” [Rabun Co., Ga.; oral history interview with Stubblefield, b. 1914].  Foxfire Magazine 32 (Fall/Winter): 153-160.

Bean, Heather Ann Ackley.  1998.  “Kitchens” [an outsider envisions traditional Appalachian Ohio farm life through her great-grandmother’s cookbook].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25 (Spring): 14-18.

Beasley, Charles A., ed.  1998.  The Voices of Summerlee: Oral Histories of the Life and Times of Summerlee [Fayette Co., W. Va., coal company town; 1905-1958].  Leesburg, Va.: self-published.  219 pp.

Beattie, L. Elisabeth, ed.  1998.  Savory Memories [recipes and kitchen recollections from 23 Ky. writers].  Afterword by Jim Wayne Miller, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  166 pp.

Beers, Paul B.  2011.  City Contented, City Discontented: A History of Modern Harrisburg [essays].  Harrisburg, Pa.: Midtown Scholar Press.  404 pp.  Originally published as 120 columns in the Harrisburg Patriot and the Harrisburg Evening News, 1983-1984.

Begler, George David.  2007.  “Columnist Alyce Faye Bragg” [Charleston Gazette; b. 1931; Clay Co. life].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 2 (Summer): 18-24.  Sidebar: “My Home” [Jenny Lind house], by Alyce Faye Bragg, 25.

Begley, Grant F.  2009.  Hewn from the Rock.  Lexington, Ky.: Clark Publishing.  179 pp.  Eastern Kentucky memoir (Leslie Co.) and tribute to the author’s father -- born 1885, school teacher and superintendent, and the first in the county to attend college -- “written in the tradition of Jesse Stuart and Harry Caudill.”

Bell, Augusta Grove.  1999.  Circling Windrock Mountain: Two Hundred Years in Appalachia [Anderson Co., Tenn., local history and biography].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  312 pp.

Bell, Shannon Elizabeth.  2008.  “Photovoice as a Strategy for Community Organizing in the Central Appalachian Coalfields.”  Journal of Appalachian Studies 14, no. 1-2 (Spring-Fall): 34-48.  Cabin Creek, W. Va.; empowerment; community members were given cameras to record images and give voice to public health issues.  Nine images are reproduced.

Bercaw, Nancy, and Ted Ownby, ed.  2009.  Gender.  Vol. 13 of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  387 pp.

Best, Bill.  1996.  “Being of These Hills” [on being Appalachian].  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Summer): 16-18.

Best, Bill.  2001.  “Phil and David (Twenty-Five Years Later)” [follow-up to 1977 essay on relationship between author’s son and elderly, Berea, Ky., neighbor].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Winter): 16-25.

Bickel, Robert, Susan Weaver, and Tony Williams.  1997.  “Opportunity, Community, and Teen Pregnancy in an Appalachian State” [W. Va. study].  Journal of Educational Research 90 (January/February): 175-181.

Bickley, Rah.  2007.  “Sam F. Vance, Jr., ‘Character-Taker’: The Faces of Small-Town and Rural North Carolina, 1930s-1940s” [Forsyth Co.; documentary photo essay].  Southern Cultures 13, no. 2 (Summer): 78-94.

Bilger, Burkhard.  2000.  Noodling for Flatheads [essays on moonshine; catfish; cockfighting; racoon hunting; frogs; marbles; squirrel brains].  New York: Scribner.  253 pp.

Billingsley, Carolyn Earle.  2004.  Communities of Kinship: Antebellum Families and the Settlement of the Cotton Frontier [Ala., Ark., Tex.].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  215 pp.

Billingsley, Lillie.  2006.  “Legends and Tales of Scaly Mountain” [N.C.; b. 1914].  Interview by student Viola Nichols.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 83-92.

Billingsley, Vaughn.  2003.  “Back in the Older Days: An Interview with Vaughn Billingsley” [Depression-era hardships; Ga./N.C.].  Interview by student Lacy Forester.  Foxfire 37 (Spring/Summer): 53-59.

Birdwell, Michael E., and W. Calvin Dickinson, ed.  2004.  Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland [Ky., Tenn.; 17 essays].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  369 pp.

Bishop, Bill.  1999.  “A Lesson in Leadership” [of William B. Jones, 1931 Harlan Co., Ky., miner organizer].  Appalachian Heritage 27 (Summer): 7-9.

Bixler, Marjorie M.  2001.  “Our Daily Bread and Butter” [1950s reminiscences of less fortunate tenant-house neighbors; Ky.].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Winter): 16-19.

Blackwell, Joshua Beau.  2009.  Used To Be a Rough Place in Them Hills: Moonshine, the Dark Corner, and the New South [Greenville Co., S.C.].  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse.  152 pp.

Blake, Jody, and Jeannette Lasansky.  1996.  Rural Delivery: Real Photo Postcards From Central Pennsylvania, 1905-1935 [200 postcard views of Union Co.].  Lewisburg, Pa.: Union County Historical Society.  136 pp.

Blake, Lisa.  2002.  “Captain Pete Grassie and the ‘Princess Margy’” [Kanawha River sternwheeler captain].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Summer): 10-15.

Blaustein, Richard.  1995.  “Scotland, Appalachia, and the Politics of Postmodern Culture.”  In Appalachia and the Politics of Culture,  ed. E. C. Fine.  Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association 7: 152-162.  Johnson City: East Tennessee State University, Center for Appalachian Studies and Services.

Blevins, Brooks.  2004.  “Fireworking Down South” [essay: fireworks].  Southern Cultures 10, no. 1 (Spring): 25-49.

Blisard, John.  2000.  “Coondog Heaven” 10-17; “What Is a Coondog, anyway?” 18-19 [hunting dog training facility; Kanawha Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Winter): 10-19.

Bliss, Rachael Roberts.  2008.  “Intentional Communities Offer Alternative Lifestyle.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 6-11.  Communes, co-housing and religious communities, co-ops, ecovillages, and more.

Bodie, Charles A.  2011.  Remarkable Rockbridge: The Story of Rockbridge County, Virginia. Lexington, Va.: Rockbridge Historical Society.  442 pp.  Located at the southern end of the Shenandoah Valley, burial place of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, and home to Washington and Lee University.

Bodkins, Steve.  2006.  Bemis & Glady, West Virginia: A History of Two Mountain Towns [Randolph Co.; biographies; photographs].  Independence, W. Va.: S. Bodkins.  608 pp.

Bodkins, Steve.  2012.  Forgotten Towns: Randolph & Pocahontas Counties, West Virginia.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  228 pp.  Includes 412 b&w photos and details of the remote towns along the Coal & Iron Railroad from Cheat Junction to Durban, a branch line of the Western Maryland Railroad.

Borda, Ben.  2002.  “‘Just a Good, Clean Life’: Ben Borda of Marion County” [Rivesville, W. Va.; Monongahela River town].  Interview by Michael and Carrie Kline. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Winter): 16-21.

Bovey, Ethel Wayble.  2003.  Hometown Memories: Growing Up in Martinsburg, West Virginia.  Martinsburg, W. Va.: Mountain State Publishing.  205 pp.

Bovey, Ethel Wayble.  2004.  Hometown Reflections: Life and Times in Martinsburg, West Virginia.  Martinsburg, W. Va.: Mountain State Publishing.  296 pp.

Bowling, Stephen D.  2010.  Breathitt County [Ky.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Bowman, Rex.  2008.  Blue Ridge Chronicles: A Decade of Dispatches from Southwest Virginia [local history anecdotes by a journalist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  158 pp.

Boyd, Douglas A.  2011.  Crawfish Bottom: Recovering a Lost Kentucky Community [oral history memories].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  220 pp.  History of a north Frankfort, Ky., neighborhood in a “bad part of town.”

Braddom, Randall L., M.D.  2007.  Appalachian Echoes [biography; 1940s Va. coal town].  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse.  197 pp.

Bragg, Alyce Faye.  2000.  Homesick for the Hills [Clay Co., W. Va.; collection of newspaper columns].  Charleston, W. Va.: Mountain State Press.  241 pp.

Bragg, George, and Morgan Bragg.  2007.  West Virginia Cold Case Homicides [37 cases; 1904-2003].  Beaver, W. Va.: GEM Publications.  110 pp.

Bragg, Rick.  1997.  All Over but the Shoutin’.  New York: Pantheon Books. 329 pp.  “A haunting memoir about growing up dirt-poor in the Alabama hills--and about moving on but never really being able to leave.”

Bragg, Rick.  2001.  Ava’s Man [biography of Bragg’s maternal grandfather, d. 1958; Ga., Ala.].  New York: Knopf.  304 pp.

Bragg, Rick.  2008.  The Prince of Frogtown.  New York: Knopf.  255 pp.  Memoir; father and son; Calhoun County, Ala.

Brand, Marsha S.  2006.  “The Taste of Coal” [growing up with coal in Morgantown].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 2 (Summer): 36-37.

Brannon, Charles E.  2012.  “Surviving the Great Depression: Our Year on the Farm” [Harrison Co.].  Drawings by Duane Ellifritt.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 1 (Spring): 56-61.

Bray, Berry.  2006.  “A Life in the Light of the Mountains: An Interview with Berry Bray.”  Interview by students Cody Brown and Phillip Marsengill.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 138-147.

Breedlove, Nick, and Lynn Hotaling.  2009.  Jackson County [N.C.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  96 pp.  Created 1851, and home to Western Carolina University.

Brewster, Kathy Webb.  2003.  “Coal Fires and Memories” [1960s Buffalo Creek coal camp house, Logan Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Winter): 38-39.

Brill, James Samuel.  2009.  The Store Memories of the Peoples Store and Supply.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  56 pp.  1930s Marlinton, W. Va.; first published as a series of articles in the Pocahontas [Co.] Times.

Britten, Kenneth.  2002.  Beaver Falls: Gem of Beaver County [Pa.].  The Making of America Series. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  160 pp.  History of this Upper Ohio Valley manufacturing town.

Brooks, Carmen.  2006.  “Cooter Stew: A Southern Appalachian Family Tradition” [snapping turtle recipe and preparations].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 68-70.

Brosi, George.  2010.  “This Side of the Mountain” [commentary on positives of  “The Jamie Oliver Food Revolution,” ABC-TV mini-series set in Huntington, W. Va.].  Appalachian Heritage 38, no. 3 (Summer): 8-9.  In negative contrast there is lax, corporate-lobby-influenced government regulation: USDA and school lunches; Upper Big Branch, W. Va., mine disaster; and the Gulf (of Mexico) Oil Spill.

Brosi, George.  2012.  “A Tribute To Carl Oglesby (1935-2011).”  Appalachian Heritage 40, no. 1 (Winter): 8-9.  Brosi draws a portrait of Oglesby, writer, professor, president of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and worker for social justice, with parallels to his own life during the 1960s-70s.

Brown, Fred, and Juanita Blair.  [1984] 2007.  Days of Anger, Days of Tears: The History of the Rowan County War [Ky. feud of 1884-1887; Carter Co.; Weatherford Award nominee].  2nd ed.  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  248 pp.  Originally published: Morehead, Ky.: Pioneer Printing Service.

Brown, James Seay, Jr., ed.  [1982] 1997.  Up Before Daylight: Life Histories from the Alabama Writers’ Project, 1938-1939.  Reprint, with a foreword by Wayne Flynt.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  280 pp.

Brown, Les.  1998.  “Loops and Fireworks” [Christmas fireworks traditions and other pyrotechnics at North Cove, N.C.].  Appalachian Heritage 26 (Winter): 48-51.

Brown, Morris.  2006.  “Maybe We Can Call It Foxfire: An Interview with Morris Brown” [85-year-old former educator and coach, Rabun Gap, Ga.; early Foxfire program].  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 105-115.

Browne, Marla, Ellen Lohmeyer, Cassie Robinson, and Jinny Turman, ed.  2000.  Appalachia: Ways of Seeing, Ways of Knowing [class project, published; oral history interviews, poetry, fiction; 25 papers].  With guidance from Drs. Patricia Beaver and Helen Lewis.  Boone, N.C.: Appalachian State University.  121 pp.

Bruffey, Jean.  2012.  “The Girl From Ireland” [Lewis Co.; memoir; b. 1926].  As told to Jodi Murthy.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 4 (Winter): 36-39.

Brunk, Robert S., ed.  1997.  May We All Remember: A Journal of the History and Cultures of Western North Carolina, Vol. 1 [18 essays; detailed index].  Asheville, N.C.: Robert S. Brunk Auction Services Inc.  287 pp.

Brunk, Robert S., ed.  2001.  May We All Remember: A Journal of the History and Cultures of Western North Carolina, Vol. 2  [16 essays; detailed index].  Asheville, N.C.: Robert S. Brunk Auction Services, Inc.  384 pp.

Brunn, Stanley D., and Thomas H. Appleton, Jr.  1999.  “Wet-Dry Referenda in Kentucky and the Persistence of Prohibition Forces” [shaded county relief maps].  Southeastern Geographer 39 (November): 172-189.

Brush, Dorothy Copus.  2005.  “On Our Minds: Columns by Dorothy Copus Brush” [reprinted from Crossville (Tenn.) Chronicle; local history; national Columnist of the Year, 2004].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 1 (Spring): 17-19.

Bryant, Georgia Gordon.  2000.  “How I Came to the Thorn Street Diner” [1950s Princeton, W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 34-38.

Buck, Pem Davidson.  2001.  Worked to the Bone: Race, Class, Power, & Privilege in Kentucky.  New York: Monthly Review Press.  279 pp.

Bullard, Stephan G., Bridget J. Gromek, Martha Fout, Ruth Fout, and Point Pleasant River Museum.  2012.  The Silver Bridge Disaster of 1967 [photo retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Forty-six people died in the collapse of this Ohio River bridge linking Point Pleasant, W. Va. and Gallipolis, Ohio.  Bibliography, and list of victims.

Bumgardner, Stan.  2006.  Charleston [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Postcard History Series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Bumgardner, Stan.  2007.  “Quiet Dell Murders: West Virginia’s Crime of the Century” [1931; Harrison Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 3 (Fall): 54-59.  Sidebar: “‘It Was the Talk of the Town’: Russell Davisson Recalls the Quiet Dell Murders,” interview by John Lilly, 60-61.

Burch-Brown, Carol, photographs; and David Rigsbee, text.  1996.  Trailers [mobile home sub-culture; Montgomery Co., Va.].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  112 pp.

Burdette, Cody A.  2006.  “‘Out on the Trail’: Tales of a Mail Rider” [20-mile route on horseback; 1930s Clay Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 4 (Winter): 46-51.

Burns, Shirley L., Shaunna L. Scott, and Deborah J. Thompson, section editors.  2006.  “Family and Community” [signed entries].  In Encyclopedia of Appalachia, ed. R. Abramson and J. Haskell, 149-197 (with introductory essay, 149-154).  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Burrison, John A.  2007.  “Books on Southern Folk Culture” [bibliography listing over 200 books on: Music and Song; Architecture, Crafts, and Food; Storytelling, Beliefs, Customs, Speech, and Surveys].  In Roots of a Region: Southern Folk Culture, by J. Burrison, 217-226.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.

Burrison, John A.  2007.  Roots of a Region: Southern Folk Culture [Upland South emphasis; oral tradition; food; religion; architecture; music; crafts; jug-pottery; Georgia folklife].  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  236 pp.

Butko, Brian.  2001.  Klondikes, Chipped Ham & Skyscaper Cones: The Story of Isaly’s [dairy chain empire beloved to Southwestern Pennsylvanians].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole.  100 pp.

Byers, Judy P., John H. Randolph, and Noel W. Tenney.  1999.  In the Mountain State: A West Virginia Folklore and Cultural Studies Curriculum.  Charleston, W. Va.: West Virginia Humanities Council; Buckhannon, W. Va.: Mountain State Printing Company.  1 vol., looseleaf.

Byrd, Mary Lou Brown.  1998.  “The Burning Fork General Store and Post Office” [Ky.; reminiscences]. Appalachian Heritage 26 (Spring): 52-55.

Campbell, Larry.  2003.  “Warm Mornings in Clay County” [b. 1943; memories of grandparents’ farm].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Winter): 32-37.

Cantrell, Peggy J.  1994.  “Family Violence and Incest in  Appalachia.”  In Appalachian Adaptations to a Changing World,  ed. Norma Myers.  Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association 6: 39-47.  Johnson City: East Tennessee State University, Center for Appalachian Studies and Services.

Carder, Patricia Byrnside.  2012.  “Waterborne: River Work in the Winter” [Putnam Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 4 (Winter): 24-29.  Captain Vernon Byrnside barged coal and other materials on the Ohio River for over 40 years.

Carlberg, Howard, Marvin Carlberg, and Patricia L. Stephens.  2009.  Berea [vintage photos: Berea, Ky.; Berea College].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Carlisle, Fred.  2000.  “The Woman Who Stayed and the Man Who Left: A Story of the Mountains” [1920s-30s Clover Hollow, Va., reminiscence].  Appalachian Heritage 28 (Winter): 13-20.

Carlisle, Fred.  2001.  “The 1892 Givens Home Place: The Fate of a Mountain Farm” [Newport, Va.; history told by Caroline Givens, b. 1923].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Fall): 21-32.

Carlisle, Fred.  2006.  “Fitting In: Outsiders in a Rural Mountain Community” [academic migrants create a homestead in Clover Hollow, Newport, Va.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 1 (Spring): 30-33, 46-47.

Carney, William A., Jr., and Brent E. Carney.  2003.  Wheeling in Vintage Postcards [W. Va.; pictorial retrospective].  Images of America.  Columbia, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Carney, William A., Jr., and Brent Carney.  2003.  Wheeling [W. Va.; pictorial retrospective].  Images of America.  Columbia, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Carpenter, Jerry.  2006.  “Tressie Dale Smith: More Than a Lunch Lady to Me” [b. 1918; cook for the Kanawha Co. school system].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 20-23.

Carpenter, Leroy.  2009.  “A Second Generation Raconteur.”  Interview by Alex Owens.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 20-26.  Born 1946; Scaly, N.C.; Rabun County schools; farming.

Carter, Clyde William, Rev.  2002.  Life on Chaney Creek [memoir; 1915-2002; Dante, Va., bordering Russell and Dickenson Cos.; photos].  Edited by Kathy Shearer.  Emory, Va.: Clinch Mountain Press.  96 pp.

Carter, Marie.  2007.  “Sacks, Clothes, Quilts: The Many Uses of Cotton” [interview; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Fall/Winter): 36-40.

Casto, James E.  2001.  Cabell County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Casto, James E.  2006.  The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway [Va., W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Caudill, Delbert R.  2005.  Watermelon Hill [Lawrence Co., Ky.; boyhood memories of 1940s-50s farm; Levisa Fork of the Big Sandy River, near Louisa].  Florida?: D.R. Caudill.  152 pp.

Cayton, Andrew R. L.  2002.  Ohio: The History of a People [commissioned for the state’s bicentennial].  Columbus: Ohio State University Press.  472 pp.

Chafin, Andrew.  2003.  Growing Up in Bloody Mingo, West Virginia [1950s coming-of-age].  Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books.  126 pp.

Chafin, Andrew.  2008.  Russell County [Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Chandonnet, Ann.  2010.  The Pioneer Village Cookbook: Reliable Receipts & Curious Remedies.  Asheville, N.C.: Native Ground Books & Music.  168 pp.

Cheek, Thomas Coy.  2003.  “The Secret to a Long and Happy Life: An Interview with Thomas Coy Cheek” [b. 1913, Franklin Co., Ga.].  Interview by student Jessica McKay.  Foxfire Magazine 37 (Fall/Winter): 122-137.

Chico, Charles.  2009.  Morgantown West Virginia in the Past [photo retrospective; home to West Virginia University].  Fairmont, W. Va.: Fairmont Printing Co.  212 pp.

Clark, Amy D., ed.  2011.  Success in Hill Country [Va.; oral history interviews of successful people].  Wise, Va.: Napoleon Hill Foundation. 168 pp.  Contents: Welcome to hill country | Success in sports | Successful writers | Success in business | Success in education | Success in medicine | Living a grandfather’s legacy | Applying Napoleon Hill’s principles in your own life | Questions to inspire your success story.

Clark, Amy.  2010.  “Signs” [account of 2008 tornado; Big Stone Gap, Wise Co., Va.].  In Motif: Come What May, an Anthology of Writings about Chance, ed. M. Worthington, 202-205.  Louisville, Ky.: Motes Books.

Clark, Mary Lee.  2012.  “I Remember When...” [b. 1939; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Interview by students Brandi Allen and Kelsey Henry.  Foxfire Magazine 46, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 49-58.  Coming of age in the 1950s.

Clemins, Jonathan D.  2010.  West Virginia Penitentiary [Moundsville, W. Va.; vintage photos].  Mt. Pleasant, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Infamous institution constructed in 1866.

Cobb, Hazel, and Wanda Holbrooks.  2007.  “Family Legends.”  Interviewed by Nikki Weaver, great-granddaughter and granddaughter of the authors.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Spring/Summer): 16-27.

Cobbs, Bill.  1995.  The Piney Woods Philosopher [collection of weekly newspaper columns; southwest Va. characters].  Johnson City, Tenn: Overmountain Press.  247 pp.

Coffey, Lynn.  2009.  Backroads: Plain Folk and Simple Livin’ [Va.; Blue Ridge Mountains].  Charlottesville, Va.: Quartet Books.  265 pp.  Contents: John Massie Coffey -- Butchering hogs -- Rendering lard -- Digging ginseng -- Mountain recipes -- Ethna Fauber Seaman -- Signs and superstitions, remedies, and cures -- Chair caning -- Making a kraut mallet -- Homemade sauerkraut -- Oscar Randolph Fitch -- Churning butter -- Beekeeping -- Foxfire -- The Love Post Office -- Early mountain schools -- Diary of a mountain schoolteacher -- Later schoolteachers -- Teressie Fitzgerald Coffey -- Riving wooden shingles -- Burial practices -- Grave digging -- Handmade coffins -- Preserving fruits and vegetables -- Guy Willard Hewitt -- Horsepower on the family farm -- Spring sheep shearing -- Rural route carriers -- Sallie Rittenhouse Phillips -- Logging in western Virginia -- The Blue Ridge Parkway -- Poem: Backroads.

Coffey, Lynn.  2010.  Backroads 2: The Road to Chicken Holler [Va.].  Charlottesville, Va.: Quartet Books.  227 pp.  Contents: Doris Giannini Hamner -- Grist mills -- Cornmeal recipes -- Quilting -- Making old-fashioned lye soap -- Hansford Clinton Hite -- Boiling down pon hoss -- Mountain churches -- River baptizing -- Sorghum -- Dowsing for water -- Wild edibles -- Morel mushroom hunting -- Pickling beets -- Plain folk & simple livin’ -- Ethel Inez Small Hughes -- Midwives and home births -- Apple butter boiling -- Mountain music -- Cooper trade -- Raymond Ralph Fitzgerald -- Bear hunting -- Women who hunt -- Wild game recipes -- Driving cattle -- Evelyn Campbell Painter -- Maude and Lertie -- Fitzgerald Lumber Company -- Lora Burgess Ramsey Coffey -- Poem : Mama’s mama.

Coffey, Lynn.  2011.  Backroads 3: Faces of Appalachia.  Charlottesville, Va.: Quartet Books.  294 pp.  Photos; recipes.  Thirty-six biographical stories and vignettes of traditional life and customs in Va.’s Blue Ridge Mountains.  See also the author’s Backroads: Plain and Simple Livin’ (2009), and Backroads 2: The Road to Chicken Holler (2010).

Cogar, H. R.  2010.  “William Holly Griffith: West Virginia Desparado” [1892-1971].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 3 (Fall): 40-47.  Murderer and escapee; Moundsville penitentiary.

Coggeshall, John M.  1996.  Carolina Piedmont Country [S.C.].  Folklife in the South Series.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  271 pp.

Cohen, Allen, and Ronald L. Filippelli, comps.  2003.  Times of Sorrow & Hope: Documenting Everyday Life in Pennsylvania During the Depression and World War II: A Photographic Record.  University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.  265 pp.  Based on photographs made by a team of photographers employed by the U.S. Farm Security Administration and the U.S. Office of War Information.

Cohen, John.  2001.  There Is No Eye: John Cohen Photographs [includes 1950s-60s duotone photos of mountain faces and settings]. New York: PowerHouse Books.  199 pp.

Cohen, Stan, and Andre, Richard.  1987-2001.  Kanawha County Images [W. Va.].  Vols. 1 and 2 [v.1. Bicentennial History, 1788-1988].  Charleston, W. Va.: Published jointly by Pictorial Histories Publishing Company and Kanawha County Bicentennial, Inc.

Cohenour, Charles.  2004.  “The Murder of Snowden Crane” [1927 Greenbrier Co.; wealthy recluse; murder mystery].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Fall): 62-67.

Cole, J. Timothy.  2008.  Chimney Rock Park and Hickory Nut Gorge [N.C.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Cole, Pam B.  1995.  “Southwest Virginia High School Graduates: Crossing Cultural Terrains in the University Setting.”  In Appalachia and the Politics of Culture, ed. E. C. Fine.  Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association 7: 121-130.  Johnson City: East Tennessee State University, Center for Appalachian Studies and Services.

Cole, Samantha.  2011.  “Guy Mendes” [Featured Photographer; profile].  Appalachian Heritage 39, no. 2 (Spring): 108-108.  Nineteen of Mendes’s images of Ky. faces and settings illustrate this issue.

Coles, Robert.  [1968] 1998.  “Life in Appalachia” [excerpt,  reprinted from the book  Migrants, Sharecroppers, Mountaineers (Little, Brown, 1971)].  Society 35 (January/February): 50-58.

Collingsworth, Steward.  2003.  My Heart’s in the Highlands: The Story of a Public School Teacher in Appalachia [1920s-90s; Claiborne and McMinn Cos., Tenn.].  New York: Vantage Press.  167 pp.

Collins, Kaye Carver.  2009.  “Doin’ the Best with What We Had: The Carver Family.”  Interview by Clarissa Speed and Stephanie Dunlap.  Foxfire Magazine, 43 no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 52-67.  Rabun County, Ga., school teacher and former Foxfire student; moonshine business.

Collins, Maxon B.  2002.  “Berlin: Boyhood Memories in Lewis County” [b. 1910].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Winter): 29-33.

Collins, Tina Rae.  2001.  “Dark Shadows” [1960s recollections of domestic abuse; Ky.].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Winter): 22-25.

Collins, Wanda.  2010.  “Christmas Apples” [1964].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 4 (Winter): 62-63.  Elderly tenants and a bag of red apples at the Whitehall Hotel, Harrisville, Ritchie County.

Compton, G. C.  2001.  “Long Live the Appalachian Funeral.”  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Winter): 4-7.

Compton, G. C.  2002.  “North to River Rouge” [darkly humorous memories of 1965 Detroit].  Appalachian Heritage 30 (Winter): 44-51.

Comte, Julien.  2010.  “‘Let the Federal Men Raid’: Bootlegging and Prohibition Enforcement in Pittsburgh” [1920-1933].  Pennsylvania History 77, no. 2 (Spring): 166-192.

Conkin, Paul K.  2000.  A Requiem for the American Village [b. 1929; eminent historian includes recollections of his East Tenn. boyhood].  Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield.  207 pp.

Connell, Claud.  2006.  “‘The Woodwright’: An Interview with Claud Connell” [b. 1935; Franklin, N.C.].  Interview by student Samantha Fountain.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 93-103.

Conner, William Fox.  1995.  Memory’s Glass.  Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  152 pp.  Autobiographical essays, 1950s Botetourt County, Va.

Conserving Appalachia.  1996.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 13 (Spring): 1-40.

Cook, Samel R., and Betsy Taylor, ed.  2001.  “Education in the Appalachian Coal Belt.”  Special issue, Practicing Anthropology 23, no. 2 (Spring): 1-32.  Includes the following articles: “Introduction: What Regional Studies Can Contribute to Applied Anthropology,” by Betsy Taylor and Samuel R. Cook; “Putting Anthropology to Work to Preserve Appalachian Heritage,” by Mary LaLone; “‘You Have a Culture to Preserve Here, But We Have a Power Line to Stop’: University/Community Study of Cultural Attachment to Place,” by Melinda Bollar Wagner and Kristen L. Hedrick; “A Vested Interest: Activist Anthropology in the Mountaintop Removal Debate,” by Samuel R. Cook; “Partners, Neighbors, and Friends: The Practice of Place-Based Education,” by Talmadge A. Stanley and Stephen L. Fisher; “A Place-Based University? The Land-Grant Mission in the 21st Century,” by Betsy Taylor; “Striking the Forest Coeval: Fieldwork at the Site of Clashing Social Imaginaries,” by Mary Hufford.

Cook, Virginia.  2008.  “89 Years in the Coalfields: A Satisfying Life in Wyoming County.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 1 (Spring): 48-53.  Memoir, b. 1918, Mullens, W. Va.

Cooper, Deborah Adams.  2011.  Letcher County [Ky.; photo retropective]. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Cooper, John.  2005. “Young Days on our Stone Lick Farm” [Gilmer Co.; 1920s-30s]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 1 (Spring): 24-29.

Cooper, Leland R., and Mary Lee Cooper, comps.  2001.  The People of the New River: Oral Histories from the Ashe, Alleghany and Watauga Counties of North Carolina.  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 5.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  296 pp.

Cooper, Leland R., and Mary Lee Cooper. 1998. The Pond Mountain Chronicle: Self-Portrait of a Southern Appalachian Community [Ashe Co., N.C.; 32 interviews].  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 2.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  240 pp.

Cornett, Tim.  2009.  Bell County, Kentucky: A Brief History [site of the Cumberland Gap, “Gateway to the West”].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  158 pp.  Contents: Early residents -- Walker enters Kentucky -- Walden, Finley and Boone -- The Wilderness Road -- Early settlements -- Kentucky becomes a state and Cumberland Ford -- The Civil War and the tragedy of Cumberland Ford -- Josh Bell County formed -- Cumberland Ford thrives and Middlesborough begins -- Mining and railroads come to the county -- Pineville incorporated -- Middlesborough: tent city to magic city -- Boom and then bust -- Surviving the bust and the first legal hanging -- Coal creates new boom -- Growth continues -- Mine accidents and economic woes -- Improving roads and the last hanging -- World war brings another boom -- Education improves in the ’20s -- Hollywood comes to Bell County and the first park is created -- The Crash, Kettle Island mine disaster and union trouble -- The Depression, a female sheriff and chaining the rock -- Battle of Fork Ridge and world war -- Tragedy and disaster -- On to fame and fortune -- Radio stations and national park -- Broadform deeds and strip mining -- Rhodes, Yeary and Job -- Flood and floodwall -- Closing the twentieth century.

Cox, Connie Loraine.  2005.  Our Place in History: Southwestern Preston County, West Virginia [narrative history; photos ].  Terra Alta, W. Va.: Headline Books.  288 pp.

Crane, Kim Harper.  2007.  Legacy of Love: These Are My Thoughts: A Collection of Short Stories from the Mountains of West Virginia [50 articles originally published in The Pendleton Times, Franklin, W. Va.].  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse. 102 pp.

Cramer, Jennifer Abraham.  2012.  “Oral History and Recovering a Vanished Kentucky Neighborhood” [Frankfort].  Ohio Valley History 12, no. 1 (Spring): 84-88.  Review essay of Crawfish Bottom: Recovering a Lost Kentucky Community, by Douglas A. Boyd  (University Press of Kentucky, 2011).

Crisp, Michael.  2012.  Murder in the Mountains: The Muriel Baldridge Story.  Georgetown, Ky.: Remix Publications.  196 pp.  Revisits the unsolved 1949 slaying of a 17-year-old high school cheerleader in Prestonsburg, Floyd County, Ky.

Crissman, James K., and Kelly L. Kandra.  2010.  “Kinnie Wagner: Southwest Virginia Badman” [1903-1958].  Southern Quarterly 48, no. 1 (Fall): 71-80.  Discusses the criminal’s exploits, recorded in a number of folk ballads.

Crissman, James K.  1994.  Death and Dying in Central Appalachia: Changing Attitudes and Practices.  Urbana: University  of Illinois Press.  247 pp.

Crockett, Maureen.  2006.  “Flummery and Purslane: Food and the Great Depression.” Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 24-29.

Crookshanks, Ben.  2008.  “Making Whiskey in Greenbrier County.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 58-62; sidebar review of three books on distilling, 63.  Transcript of author’s father’s description, 1930s-40s.

Crow, Peter.  2007.  Do, Die, or Get Along: A Tale of Two Appalachian Towns [Dante and Saint Paul, Russell Co., Va.; oral histories of 26; race, strip mining, Pittston strike of 1989-90].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  220 pp.

Crutchfield, Bethany A.  2002.  “Family Memories” [Lewis Co.].  Traditions: A Journal of West Virginia Folk Culture and Educational Awareness 8: 27-29.

Curry, C. A.  2004.  The Williams: A Historical View and Other Pocahontas Memories [Williams River, Pocahontas Co., W. Va.].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  157 pp.

Dabney, Joseph E.  1998.  Smokehouse Ham, Spoon Bread, and Scuppernong Wine: The Folklore and Art of Southern Appalachian Cooking.  Nashville: Cumberland House.  493 pp.

Dadisman, Jo Ann Danks, ed.  2010.  Glimpses of Gladesville: A Village Remembers, vol. 1 [Preston Co., W. Va.].  Independence, W. Va.: Gladesville Community Association.  146 pp.  Collected local history accounts of early businesses and families, plus newspaper stories dating back to the nineteenth century.

Dadisman, Jo Ann Danks, ed. 2011.  Glimpses of Gladesville: A Village Remembers, vol. 2 [Preston Co., W. Va.].  Independence, W. Va.: Gladesville Community Association.  158 pp.  More engaging local history stories of a bygone era -- many by Preston County Journal columnist Fred S. Rogers, arranged by topics: churches, schools, community life.

Dadisman, Jo Ann Danks, ed. 2012.  Glimpses of Gladesville: A Village Remembers, vol. 3, Supplement: A Collection of Gladesville Obituaries [Preston Co.].  Independence, W. Va.: Gladesville Community Association.  200 pp., unnumbered.  Alphabetical arrangement of approximately 600 residents.

Dadisman, Jo Ann Danks, ed.  2012.  Glimpses of Gladesville: A Village Remembers, vol. 3 [Preston Co.].  Independence, W. Va.: Gladesville Community Association.  130 pp.  Contents: 1: Community Cemeteries | 2. Strawberry Festival (1959-1988) | 3. Families.

Dailey, Stanford.  “On Your Own: The ‘Chucky Clan’ Living off the Grid” [cabin-in-the-woods community; Unicoi Co., Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 1 (Spring): 9-11.

Daugherty, George.  2001.  “‘A Good People Doing a Good Thing’: Pinch Reunion Reaches 100” [Kanawha Co.; historic annual Elk River community reunion].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer): 44-51.

Davis, Anita P., and Barry E. Hambright.  2003.  Chimney Rock and Rutherford County [N.C.; pictorial retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Davis, Anita Price, and Barry E. Hambright.  2003.  Chimney Rock and Rutherford County [N.C.; pictorial retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Davis, Donald Edward.  2000.  The Land of Ridge and Valley: A Photographic History of the Northwest Georgia Mountains.  Images of America.  Columbia, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Davis, Donald.  2005.  Mama Learns to Drive [young teen audience].  Little Rock, Ark.: August House.  120 pp.  Biography; 1950s rural N.C.; eight childhood reminiscences.

Davis, Donald.  2011.  Tales from a Free-Range Childhood [biographical, b. 1944; N.C., Haywood Co.].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  239 pp.  Contents: Watch the baby | Too much hair | Golf tees | Go look it up! | Little critters | Boys are smarter? | The little rat | Responsible | “Watch where you step!” | Pimento cheese | Something up her sleeve | The octopus | Nothing works but her mouth | Broken bones | Two red coats | The last whooping | The ducktail | Braces | The new old car | Irrational fear.

Davis, Dorothy Bell.  2011.  Salem, West Virginia, 1776-1976 [Harrison Co.].  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse.  149 pp.  Local history columns from The Salem Herald, 1976-77.

Davis, F. Keith.  2011.  Logan County [W. Va., vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Named for Mingo Chief Logan and home to the “feuding” Hatfields, the 1921 Battle of Blair Mountain, and the deadly 1972 Buffalo Creek Flood.

Davis, Hattie Caldwell.  1999.  Reflections of Cataloochee Valley and Its Vanished People from the Great Smoky Mountains [Haywood Co., N.C.; 1834-1934 local history].  Maggie Valley, N.C.: H.C. Davis.  304 pp.

Davis, Joel.  1998.  “Of Possums & Papaws” [catching and cooking possum].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25 (Spring): 12-13.

Davis, Nadine.  2011.  “The Way It Was: Memories of Glenna Harrah Weaver” [b. 1910; Kanawha Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 4 (Winter): 48-51.  Childhood antics, anecdotes, and hardships of the author’s grandmother, one of nine children.

Davis, Rachelle.  2002.  “Nickels and Dimes in Parsons” [Long’s Store, since 1924].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Fall): 37-44.

Davis, Robert Scott, Jr.  1995.  Pickens Past: A Photographic History of Pickens County, Georgia.  Roswell, Ga.: Wolfe Publishing.  148 pp.

Davisson, Lucille Kemper.  2007.  “Springtime in Plaugher Hollow” [b. 1922; Grove, W. Va.; family farm life, 1920s-40s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 1 (Spring): 18-25.

Deaton, Ion.  2008.  Tales from Appalachia’s Ionic One [b. 1931].  Philadelphia, Pa.: Xlibris.  247 pp.  Breathitt County, Ky.; 1930s-40s boyhood to electrical engineer career.

Dellinger, Elaine McAlister, and Kiesa Kay.  2011.  Yancey County [N.C.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

DeRosier, Linda Scott.  2000.  “Celebrating the Ordinary: Why Common Folk Should Write Memoir” [by Ky. author of Creeker: A Woman’s Journey (1999)].  Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 98 (Spring): 139-153.

DeRosier, Linda Scott.  2002.  “Songs of Life and Grace: Creeker—And Then Some” [c. 1999; preface to Songs of Life and Grace (2003); individuals’ conflicting versions of “memory”/biography].  Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 100 (Summer): 273-277.

DeRosier, Linda Scott.  2003.  Songs of Life and Grace [b. 1941; Ky. and W. Va. coal camp memories; follows the author’s notable 1999 memoir, Creeker: A Woman’s Journey].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  228 pp.

Dewey, Susan.  2011.  Neon Wasteland: On Love, Motherhood, and Sex Work in a Rust Belt Town [upstate N.Y.].  Berkeley: University of California Press.  258 pp.

DiBacco, Jerry.  2005. “Night of Raging Waters: Parsons and the 1985 Flood” [Cheat River; 47 fatalities; Nov. 4].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 3 (Fall): 14-22.  Sidebar, “Saving Pauline,” 23.

Dickinson, W. Calvin.  2004.  “Radical Hillbillies: Socialism in Tennessee” [Rugby; Highlander; Cumberland Homesteads].  In Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, ed. M. Birdwell and W. Dickinson, 211-226.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Dingess, Sue, and Ericka Bain.  2005.  “‘The Best of Times by Far’: A Visit with Sue Dingess of MacDunn” [b. 1941; coal camp youth; Fayette Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 2 (Summer): 46-49.  Sidebar: “MacDunn and the 1934 Train Explosion” [boiler; 18 dead], 50-51.

Dodd, Paul.  2002.  The Gospel According to a Mountain Momma [1950s W. Va. strictures and nostalgia].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  141 pp.

Dorsey, James Edward. 2009.  The History of Hall County, Georgia: Volume Two, 1900-1945. Gainesville, Ga.: Magnolia Press.  520 pp.  See also, Volume One, 1818-1900 (1991).

Dotson, Jeannie.  2007.  “My Daddy’s Kiss” [memoir; coal miner father].  Appalachian Heritage 35, no. 2 (Spring): 81-85.

Dotson-Lewis, B. L.  2004.  Appalachia: Spirit Triumphant: A Cultural Odyssey of Appalachia [collected personal stories, articles, essays; W. Va. coalfields].  West Conshohocken, Pa.: Infinity Publishing.  261 pp.

Dotter, Earl.  2008.  “Coalfield Generations: Health, Mining, and the Environment: Earl Dotter, Photographer” [photo-essays; W. Va., Ky.; from 1968].  Southern Spaces, 16 July.  Contents: Introduction | Town Life | Health Issues and Healthcare | Working at the Mines | Mining and the Environment | Recommended Resources.  http://southernspaces.org/2008/coalfield-generations-health-mining-and-environment.

Douglas, John.  2011.  “The Redhead Murder Case: An Unsolved Mystery from 1950” [Berkeley Springs, Morgan Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 3 (Fall): 24-29.  Strangle victim, still unknown, slayer unknown.

Douglas, Joseph C.  2007.  “Localism, Familism, and Shifting Uses of the Underground Environment: Woodlee Cave and Dry Cave, Tennessee” [Grundy Co.; moonshine].  Journal of East Tennessee History 79: 20-40.

Dowdy, Lee.  2002.  “Leaving the Hills” [1950 W. Va. memoir; Air Force recruitment].  Appalachian Heritage 30 (Spring): 44-47

Duffy, Sean, and Paul Rinkes.  2010.  Wheeling: Then and Now [W. Va., vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  95 pp.

Duffy, Sean.  2012.  The Wheeling Family, Volume 2: More Immigrants, Migrants and Neighborhoods.  Wheeling, W. Va.: James Thornton, Wheling History.  316 pp.

Dyk, Patricia Hyjer, and Stephan M. Wilson.  1999.  “Family-Based Social Capital Considerations as Predictors of Attainments among Appalachian Youth” [10 year study; 463 subjects].  Sociological Inquiry 69 (Summer): 477-503.

Earley, Tony.  1998.  “The Quare Gene” [Polk Co., N.C.; customs; food; language].  New Yorker, 21 September, 80-82, 84-85.

Edelman, Foy Allen.  2005.  “Coming Together at the North Carolina Table: A Sampling of Tar Heel Recipes and Stories” [incl. interviews from Avery (“roast bear”), Yancey, Forsyth (apple varieties) Cos., and Qualla Boundary].  North Carolina Folklore Journal 52, no. 2 (Fall-Winter): 12-49.

Edge, John T.  2000.  Southern Belly: The Ultimate Food Lover’s Companion to the South [unique restaurants, by city: ten states].  Athens, Ga.: Hill Street Press.  270 pp.

Edge, John T.  2007.  “White Trash Cooking, Twenty Years Later” [by Ernest Matthew Mickler, 1986; rejection by The New Yorker].  Southern Quarterly 44, no. 2 (Winter): 88-94.

Edge, John T., ed.  2007.  Foodways.  Vol. 7 of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  310 pp.

Edwards, Martin.  1997.  “A Humorist from Appalachia” [Kentuckian Carl Hurley].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 14 (Spring): 9-11.

Egerton, John.  [1983] 2003.  Generations: An American Family [Ledford family of Lancaster, Ky., mid-1700s to 1980s].  Reprint, with a new afterword and updated family tree.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  358 pp.

Egerton, John, ed.  2002.  Cornbread Nation 1: The Best of Southern Food Writing.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  260 pp.  Fifty essays and poems including pieces by Nikki Giovanni, Rick Bragg, Robert Morgan, and Fred Chappell.

Eldridge, Vicki, Lisa Mack, and Eric Swank.  2006.  “Explaining Comfort with Homosexuality in Rural America” [attitudes; Central Appalachia; multivariate analysis of 123 college students].  Journal of Homosexuality 51, no. 2: 39-56.

Elie, Lolis Eric, ed.  2004.  Cornbread Nation 2: The United States of Barbecue.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  283 pp.  Forty-four essays and poems celebrating barbeque cookery, mostly Southern but with some Appalachian overlap, including pieces by Jeff Daniel Marion, Linda Parsons Marion, and Fred Sauceman.

Elkins, Ken.  2005.  Picture Taker: Photographs by Ken Elkins [Ala.].  Foreword by Rick Bragg.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  106 pp.

Ellis, Jack D.  2005.  Kentucky Memories: Reflections of Rowan County 1856-2006 [Morehead, Ky.].  Sesqui-Centennial ed. Ashland, Ky.: Mountain Press.  448 pp.

Ellis, Jack.  2001.  Morehead Memories: True Stories from Eastern Kentucky.  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  591 pp.

Elrod, Preston, Irina R. Soderstrom, and David C. May.  2008.  “Theoretical Predictors of Delinquency in and out of School among a Sample of Rural Public School Youth” [Ky.].  Southern Rural Sociology 23, no. 2: 131-156.  http://www.ag.auburn.edu/auxiliary/srsa/pages/TOCs/vol23-2.htm.

Encyclopedia of West Virginia.  1999.  St. Clair Shores, Mich.: Somerset Publishers.  404 pp.

Engelhardt, Elizabeth S. D.  2003. “Literature of the Social Crusaders: Letters to ‘Civilization’” [circa 1890-1923; Pettit, Stone, Furman, Campbell, et al.].  Ch. 3 in The Tangled Roots of Feminism, Environmentalism, and Appalachian Literature, 59-100.  Series in Ethnicity and Gender in Appalachia.  Athens: Ohio University Press.

Engelhardt, Elizabeth S. D.  2011.  A Mess of Greens: Southern Gender and Southern Food.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  265 pp.  Contents: Whose food, when, and why?: longing for corn and beans -- Moonshine: drawing a bead on Southern food and gender -- Biscuits and cornbread: race, class, and gender politics of women baking bread -- Canning tomatoes: growing “Better and More Perfect Women” -- Will work for food: mill work, pellagra, and gendered consumption -- Cookbooks and curb markets: wild messes of Southern food and gender -- Market bulletins: writing the mess of greens together.

Engle, Roger.  2012.  Stories from a Small Town: Remembering My Childhood in Hedgesville, West Virginia [1948-1964].  Martinsburg, W. Va.: Girls on Press.  207 pp.

Estep, Janet.  2008.  “The Joy of Flying: Squire Haynes and the Rainelle International Airport” [1917-2005].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 24-28.  Airport built on Little Sewell Mountain, 1963.

Estill, Bill.  1999.  “Back Home in Kentucky” [brief childhood memories of Hillsboro, Ky., farm].  Appalachian Heritage 27 (Winter): 78-79.

Everson, Hobart.  2007.  “Schoolboy and the Blizzard” [1941 Barbour Co.; seven-mile walk home in a winter storm].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 4 (Winter): 58-59.

Ewald, Wendy.  2000.  Secret Games: Collaborative Works With Children, 1969-1999 [documentary children’s photos from six cultures, including “Kentucky, 1975-1982"].  Zurich; New York: Scalo.  333 pp.

Ewen, Lynda Ann, and Julia A. Lewis.  1999.  “Buffalo Creek Revisited: Deconstructing Kai Erikson’s Stereotypes” [Everything in its Path (1976); W. Va. flood].  Appalachian Journal 27 (Fall): 22-45.

Facemire, Glen.  2009.  Having Your Ramps and Eating Them Too [life cycle; recipes; medicinal aspects].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  144 pp.

Faires, Granville.  2007.  “Southern Raisin’” [b. 1935; Lauderdale Co., Ala., traditional life].  Interview by student April Argoe.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Spring/Summer): 50-68.

Family Matters.  2006.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 1 (Spring): 1-64.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  1995.  Headwaters.  Blacksburg: Pocahontas Press.  82 pp.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  1995.  Table Talk: Appalachian Meals and Memories.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.  261 pp.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2003.  “Chicken and Dumplings” [memoir; recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 31 (Summer): 74-75.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2003.  “Shuck Beans” [history, memoir, recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 31 (Fall): 59-60.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2004.  “Dried Apple Stack Cake” [memories, recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 32 (Fall): 65-67.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2004.  “Heavenly Jams and Jellies” [brief memories].  Appalachian Heritage 32 (Summer): 59-60.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2005.  “A Collection of Pound Cakes” [eight recipes].  Appalachian Heritage 33, no. 2 (Spring): 76-78.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2005. “Old Cookie Recipes” [six recipes].  Appalachian Heritage 33, no. 1 (Winter): 58-61.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2005.  “Poor Man’s Fruitcake and Ginger Biscuits” [recipes].  Appalachian Heritage 33, no. 4 (Fall): 65-67.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2005. “Summertime Medley” [four traditional dessert recipes; Ky.]. Appalachian Heritage 33, no. 3 (Summer): 76-78.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2006.  “Fried Pies, Chess Pie and Egg Custard Pie” [recipes].  Appalachian Heritage 34, no. 4 (Fall): 75-77.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2006.  “Honey Bees, Birch Sap and Candy” [memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 34, no. 2 (Spring): 85-88.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2006.  “Taking a Turn of Corn to the Gristmill” [Recipes and Recollections: Buttermilk Corn Bread].  Appalachian Heritage 34, no. 2 (Spring): 84-85.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2006.  “Traditional Life on Straight Creek Eighty Years Ago” [Bell Co., Ky.; Gritted Cornbread recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 34, no. 1 (Winter): 104-106.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2007.  “Bitter and Sweet Persimmons” [recipe, persimmon pudding].  Appalachian Heritage 35, no. 4 (Fall): 95-96.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2007.  “Lye Soap Is Certainly No Lie” [memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 35, no. 2 (Spring): 88-89.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2008.  “Coltsfoot, Spring Peepers, and New Potatoes” [signs of spring].  Appalachian Heritage 36 no. 2 (Spring): 76-78.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2008.  “Psychological Bridges and a Christmas Jam Cake” [recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 36, no. 4 (Fall): 86-88.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2009.  “Poke Sallet” [with two recipes].  Appalachian Heritage 37, no. 2 (Spring): 64-65.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2009.  “Recipes from James Still” [Beer Bread; Strawberry Spread; Quick Lemon Pie].  Appalachian Heritage 37, no. 1 (Winter): 58-59.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2009.  “White Bean Soup and Other Recipes” [Crackle Top Molasses Cookies; Seven-Up Apple Cobbler].  Appalachian Heritage 37, no. 3 (Summer): 74-75.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2010.  “Cocoa Gravy” [memoir; recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 38, no. 2 (Spring): 71.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2010.  “Hickory Chickens” [morel mushrooms; memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 38, no. 3 (Summer): 91-92.  “Because they taste like chicken and grow near hickory trees.”

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2010.  “Momma’s Winter Recipes” [Snowcream, and Homemade Hominy].  Appalachian Heritage 38, no. 1 (Winter): 69-70.

Farr, Sidney Saylor.  2011.  “Winter Snacks and Games” [memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 39, no. 1 (Winter): 80-81.

Fausset, Richard.  2006.  “A County of Bad Ol’ Boys; Bootlegging, Brothels, Cockfights and Chop Shops. Guilty Sheriffs and Federal Investigations. This Slice of Tennessee has Earned Its Image” [Cocke Co.].  Los Angeles Times, 27 October, A1.  2165 words.  Reprinted in Appalachian Journal 34, no. 2 (Winter 2007): 142-146, titled “When Perdition Is Your Tradition.”

Feather, Carl E.  1999.  “The Milk Had to Get Through: Home Delivery in Tucker County” [1930s-40s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 25 (Spring): 26-31.

Feather, Carl E.  2001.  “The Honeymoon’s Over: Selling Souvenirs on U.S. Route 50” [Mineral Co.; Doll’s Honeymooners, landmark gift shop, closes; interview].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Spring): 20-26.

Feather, Carl E.  2003.  “Friendly Spirits at the Sportsman’s Club” [100-year-old tavern, Tucker Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Fall): 58-63.

Feather, Carl.  2003.  “‘Go See Sonny’: Hedrick’s Store in Hendricks” [general store; Tucker Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Spring): 44-51.

Feather, Carl E.  2005. “‘Mayor’ Ivan Gorby of Bowman Ridge” [b. 1914; Marshall Co.]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 2 (Summer): 58-65.

Feather, Carl E.  2005.  “Rosbys Rock: No More, No Less” [controversial 1933 town-naming; Marshall Co.]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 4 (Winter): 46-53.

Feather, Carl E.  2005. “The Executioner’s Story: Bob Harness and the Moundsville Pen” [prison guard, 1947-54].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 3 (Fall): 38-43.

Feather, Carl E.  2006.  “Redeeming the ‘Real’ Crum” [town on the Tug Fork River, and setting for Lee Maynard’s novel Crum (1988, 2001)].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 2 (Summer): 62-66.  Sidebar, “Crumb: The Novel: Why All the Fuss?,” 67.

Feather, Carl E.  2006.  “Still Standing in Tucker County: Sonny Lansberry Carries On” [73, one-legged, independent].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 2 (Summer): 56-61.

Feather, Carl E.  2007.  “‘I Just Have the Memory’: Wilma Shriver and Her Farm” [married. 1931; Monongalia Co.; 243-acre farm].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 1 (Spring): 26-31.

Feather, Carl E.  2007.  “Mail Time in Glady: Calvin Shifflett and His Post Office” [Randolph Co.; b. 1933].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 2 (Summer): 58-64.  Sidebar: “Peter Shaver’s Grave” [settler, scalped 1781, after whom Shavers Fork River and mountain are named], 65.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “‘I’m a Walking Miracle’: Jim Davis of Cunningham Run.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 4 (Winter): 45-51.  Harrison County; 74-year-old wood carver and scrap-metal sculptor, poet, harmonica player weight lifter, motorcycle rider.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “A Shop for Sore Eyes in St. Marys.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 1 (Spring): 62-63.  Pleasants County; Bill’s Antiques and Collectibles.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “Character Farm in Morgan County.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 66-67.  George Farnham of Unger and his collection of fiberglass advertising figures.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “The Jones Diamond: Mixed Blessings for a Peterstown Family.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 4 (Winter): 18.  Monroe County; “The odds are staggering: The couple who held the world record for the most consecutive male births – 16 – also owned the Peterstown property on which was found the largest alluvial diamond ever discovered in the United States.”

Feather, Carl E.  2010.  “Harsh Reunion: ‘A Friendly Bunch of Customers’.”   Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 2 (Summer): 54-59.  One-hundredth Harsh family reunion of descendants of German settlers, held at Horse Shoe Run, Preston County.

Feather, Carl.  2010.  “Ramp Sunday at Mount Grove.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 1 (Spring): 62-63.  Annual ramps [pungent wild leek tuber] dinner festival; Preston/Tucker Co. line.

Feather, Carl E.  2010.  “‘The Most Busiest Man’: Tom Knotts of Fellowsville.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 2 (Summer): 60-65.  Tom’s Auto Parts doubles as a community gathering spot and coffee shop in Preston County.

Feather, Carl E.  2011.  “Coleman’s Fish: A Great Catch in Wheeling.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 30-36.  Coleman’s family-owned fish market and restaurant, started in 1914.

Feather, Carl E.  2011.  “Dwar Cooper’s Chain Saw Shop in Harmon” [Randolph Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 1 (Spring): 68-69.

Feather, Carl E.  2011.  “Sharp’s Store: 100 Years of Nostalgia in Pocahontas County” [landmark general store in Slatyfork].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 59-65.

Feather, Carl E.  2011.  “Shave and a $6 Haircut in New Martinsville.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 4 (Winter): 60-61.  Profile of Tyler County native Ray Mossor, b. 1924, barbering since 1947.

Feather, Carl E.  2012.  “‘Fair Dealing’: Richardson’s Hardware in Marlinton.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 1 (Spring): 38-43.  “...the store’s heyday was 1910 to the mid-1930’s, when it supplied many of the logging camp operations.”

Feather, Carl E.  2012.  “Antiques and Memories in Pendleton County.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 4 (Winter): 64-65.  Profile of Greg Ehrhart’s “Duffy’s Mountain Man Antiques” shop between Judy Gap and Franklin.

Feather, Carl E.  2012.  “Drive-In Nights at Franklin” [Pendleton Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 2 (Summer): 66-67.  Outdoor movie screen, since the 1950s.

Feather, Carl E.  2012.  “Sweet Repose in Bartow” [Pocahontas Co.; historic inn].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 4 (Winter): 10-17.  Located at the foot of Cheat Mountain in the Greenbrier River Valley, Abraham Lincoln, Stonewall Jackson, and Ambrose Bierce were among the notables who slept at Travelers’ Repose, built in 1838.

Feather, Carl E.  2012.  “Wheeling & Dealing in Wheeling” [Yocum’s Antiques].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 1 (Spring): 62-63.

Feely, Michael.  2012.  “‘Whose Appalachia Is It Anyway’” [Chattanooga, Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 2 (Winter): 58-59.  “For many...there is a legacy of broken promises and exclusion.”  Discusses social change; the Progressive Movement; the deaconess movement of the Methodist Episcopal Church; and the Highlander Center of Newmarket, Tenn.

Feher, Al.  2009.  “Touring Life in Lynch, Kentucky” [b. 1924; coal miner; Hungarian; Depression; WWII; UMWA].  Interview by Richelle Coalley.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 11-27.

Feldstein, Albert L.  2006.  Allegany County [western Md.].  Postcard History Series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Feldstein, Albert L.  2006.  Garrett County [western Md.].  Postcard History Series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 p.

Feller, John W.  2001.  Memories and Photos of Mullens, West Virginia. Volume 5, 1942-1946.  Beckley, W. Va.: Central Printing Company.  420 pp.

Felton, Tom.  2005,  “‘Fleetie Belle’: Adventures of a Tucker County Milk Truck” [1940s-50s]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 1 (Spring): 18-23.

Felton, Tom.  2006.  “Tales from the Cells: Recalling the Tucker County Jail” [1895-1985; Parsons, W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 3 (Fall): 42-47.

Fichtner, Wiliam S.  2008.  My Side of the River: Stories of Evansdale and Beyond from the Late ‘20s On.  Morgantown, W.Va: Populore.  125 pp.  Monongalia Co., W. Va., local history, anecdotes, portraits.

Fields, Truman.  2006.  “Strip Mining Comes to Big Creek” [1947 Ky.; from a forthcoming memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 34, no. 4 (Fall): 67-73.

Fields, Truman.  2009.  Remembering the 40’s: In the Heart of Appalachia [Perry Co., Ky.].  Foreword by Loyal Jones.  Bloomington, Ind.: Authorhouse.  331 pp.

Figgatt, Mary Cordelia Riffee.  2008.  West Virginia Farm Stories: From the Early Nineteen Hundreds [b. 1904; Putnam County; anecdotes].  Charleston, W. Va.: Mountain Memories Books.  141 pp.

Finch, Richard C.  2004.  “Ashes to Ashes: Burial Upper Cumberland Style” [Ky., Tenn.; comb graves, stones, markers].  In Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, ed. M. Birdwell and W. Dickinson, 66-72.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Fine, Elizabeth.  1998.  Review essay of A Space on the Side of the Road: Cultural Poetics in an ‘Other’ America, by Kathleen Stewart (Princeton University Press, 1996).  Journal of Appalachian Studies 4 (Spring): 153-159.

First Person Appalachia: The Personal Essay Issue.  2002.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Summer): 1-44  [essays by Cathy Lentes, Rita A. Mariotti, Joseph Sobol, Jim Minick, Barclay Franklin, Barbara Weddle, Martha Wolfe, Les Brown, Deana Steiner Smith, John O’Brien, and Silas House].

Fish, Margaret, Martin J. Amerikaner, and Conrae J. Lucas.  2006.  “Dispelling the Stereotypes: Rural Appalachian Mothers Talk About Physical Punishment” [child rearing; interviews with seventy low-income rural Appalachian mothers; tables].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 12, no. 1 (Spring): 26-39.

Fisher, Steve.  2008.  “Community Organizers.”  Appalachian Journal 35, no. 3 (Spring): 254-258.  Review essay of We Make Change: Community Organizers Talk About What They Do–And Why, by Kristin Layng Szakos and Joe Szakos (Vanderbilt University Press, 2007).

Fisher, Stephen L., and Barbara Ellen Smith, ed.  2012.  Transforming Places: Lessons from Appalachia [community activism; 20 new essays by 45 scholars and activists].  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.  336 pp.  “Using the concept of place as their conceptual lens, Fisher and Smith weave together a series of diverse case studies of grassroots resistance to present a rich tapestry of citizen action in an increasingly globalizing world.” -- John Gaventa.  Royalties from sales of the book will go to the Appalachian Community Fund.  Contents: PART I: GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAINS: PLACE, IDENTITY, AND CULTURE -- Stop the bombs: local organizing with global reach / Ralph Hutchison -- RAIL solution: taking on Halliburton on the home front / Rees Shearer -- This land is your land: local organizing and the hegemony of growth / Nina Gregg, Doug Gamble -- Identity matters: building an urban Appalachian movement in Cincinnati / Phillip J. Obermiller, M. Kathryn Brown, Donna Jones, Michael E. Maloney, Thomas E. Wagner -- Appalachian youth re-envisioning home, re-making identities / Katie Richards-Schuster, Rebecca O’Doherty -- Resistance through community-based arts / Maureen Mullinax -- PART II: WHERE NO ONE STANDS ALONE: BRIDGING DIVIDES -- Organizing Appalachian women: hope lies in the struggle / Meredith Dean, Edna Gulley, Linda McKinney -- The Southern Empowerment Project: homegrown organizing gone too soon / Jane Rostan, Walter Davis -- Center for participatory change: cultivating grassroots support organizing / Craig White, Paul Castelloe, Molly Hemstreet, Yaira Andrea Arias Soto, Jeannette Butterworth -- Faith-based coalitions and organized labor: new forms of collaboration in the twenty-first century? / Jill Kriesky, Daniel Swan -- Talking union in two languages: labor rights and immigrant workers in east Tennessee / Fran Ansley -- PART III: CLIMBING JACOB’S LADDER: SCALING UP -- Virginia organizing: the action is at the state level / Joe Szakos, Ladelle McWhorter -- OxyContin flood in coal fields: “searching for higher ground” / Sue Ella Kobak -- Not your grandmother’s agrarianism: The Community Farm Alliance’s agrifood activism / Jenrose Fitzgerald, Lisa Markowitz, Dwight B. Billings -- Mountain justice / Cassie Robinson-Pfleger, Randal Pfleger, Ryan Wishart, Dave Cooper -- Who knows? Who tells? Creating a knowledge commons / Anita Puckett, Elizabeth Fine, Mary Hufford, Ann Kingsolver, Betsy Taylor -- North and South: struggles over coal in Colombia and Appalachia / Aviva Chomsky, Chad Montrie -- Conclusion: transformations in place / Barbara Ellen Smith, Stephen L. Fisher.

Fisher, Terri L.  2008.  Pearisburg and Giles County [Va., vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Giles County was formed in 1806, is home to 37 miles of the New River, and shares a border with W. Va. counties Mercer, Summers, and Monroe.

Fisher, Terri L.  2011.  Giles County [Va.; vintage photos].  Then & Now series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  95 pp.  Adjacent to the Pulaski-Radford-Blacksburg corridor.

Fisher, Terri L., and Kirsten Sparenborg.  2011.  Lost Communities of Virginia.  Earlysville, Va.: Albemarle Books.  250 pp.  “...documents thirty small communities...that have lost their original industry, transportation mode, or way of life.  Using contemporary photographs, historical information, maps, and excerpts of interviews.” Grouped  under seven chapter headings, including: “Farming Communities,” “Resource Extraction Towns,” and “Company Towns.”

Flanagan, Robert.  2012.  Lesser Bits, Greater Pieces.  Charleston, W. Va.: Mountain State Press.  374 pp.  Selected columns by the author, 2001-2006, from the Hampshire [County] Review, Romney, W. Va.

Fleishman, Tamar Alexia.  2007.  “Roadkill Cook-Off: You Ate What?!?” [September, Marlinton, Pocahontas Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 3 (Fall): 62-65.

Folmar, John Kent.  2005.  Drifting Back in Time: Historical Sketches of Washington and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania, Including the Monongahela River Valley [42 newspaper articles].  California, Pa.: Yohogania Press.  240 pp.

Food in Appalachia: Articles, Essays, Poetry, and Reviews.  1998.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Spring): 1-40.

Foodways [recipes, stories, poetry, memories].  2009.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.1 (Spring/Summer): 1-88.  Contents: Antidote to Agendas / Roberta Herrin -- Editor’s Notebook / Fred Sauceman -- I am the skillet [poem] / Nancy Jane Earnest -- Cherokee strawberry bread ga-du tsa-la-gi a ni [plus recipe] / Pamela Courtney -- Betting the farm [Greeneville, Tenn.] / Amanda Rigell -- Everything old is new again / Sarah Thomas -- Ramp talk / Michael Joslin -- An unlikely source of flour [Jack-in-the-Pulpit] / Renee McNeely -- Kitchen table / Jessie van Eerden -- Pear salad for Christmas / Margaret Carr -- What the groundhog knows: city girl meets horseradish / Margaret Nava -- Poke [poem] / R.T. Smith -- The Henderson County Curb Market at eighty-five / Elizabeth Engelhardt -- The Tao of cornbread / Janice Barnett -- Pickling corn: a primer / Anita Shell -- Cove Creek gritty bread [plus recipe] / Susan Shelton -- Down by the old mill stream: Now & Then visits three historic mills / Stephen Newton -- Beans get around / Bill Best -- Between the rows with both hands: bean-picking in Northeast Tennessee / Margaret Carr -- A paean to pork / Elizabeth Sims -- A Southwest Virginia pig pickin’ [plus recipe for Mamaw Dorcas’ Slaw] / Amanda Aubrey -- Lessons from an Appalachian stockyard: coal served as dietary supplement for pigs / David Ramey -- A breakfast platter / Randy Sanders -- Trout farming on Hump Mountain: the livelihood of Mike Cable [Elk Park, N.C.] / Patrick Loven -- Nourishing miners and dodging the USDA: West Virginia’a pepperoni roll links Italy and Appalachia / Fred Sauceman -- The cabbage roll queen of Southwestern Pennsylvania [plus recipe: Josephine Gresko’s Stuffed Cabbage Rolls] / Miriam Rubin -- History in a bun [Greek hot dog stands; Birmingham, Ala.] / Amy Evans -- Grapico: Birmingham’s house wine / Amy Evans -- Eating Eierdach [Swiss; Tenn., recipe] / Sherry Hamilton -- The Stoney Creek Primitive Baptist Associational Meeting and dinner on the ground [Tenn.] / Martha Whaley -- “Cheese Salad” for the professor [pimento; recipe] / Martha Whaley -- Dinner on the ground: a secular version, with fried potatoes on the Roan [Roan Mountain, East Tenn.] / Susan Shelton -- Platters and permanence walk and talk a-plenty at Spartanburg’s Beacon [Beacon Drive-In] / Susan Shelton -- Beans all the way [Bean Barn, Greeneville, Tenn.] / Joel Waddell -- A discriminating palate [Corbin, Ky.; Knoxville, Tenn.] / Julia Watts -- Seeking the sweet life on the state line [Bristol, Va.; Loudy Candy Co.] / Lisa Elliott -- Peppermint [poem] / Michael McFee -- Squished biscuits and a birthday cake for baby Jesus: the food-filled life of Carsie Lodter / Renee McNeely -- Building a life and a community around the candy jar [recipe: Granny’s Chocolate Fudge] / James Watson -- At the old-time jamboree [poem] / Kory Wells -- Cooking the down home blues [bluesman Wallace Coleman] / Wayne Winkler -- Radio, biscuits, and corn bread [“King Biscuit Time”] / Wayne Winkler.

Ford, Darlene, and others.  2000.  Taylor County [W. Va.; photo retrospective].  Prepared for the Taylor County Historical and Genealogical Society.  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Forester, Candi Dahl.  1998.  “Mountaineer Festival: Looking Back” [oral history; 1960s Rabun Co., Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 32 (Fall/Winter): 83-99.

Forester, Lacy.  2005.  “Ruby’s Reminiscences: An Interview with Ruby Mae Miller Cheek” [b. 1916; Franklin Co., Ga.; large family, farm life].  Foxfire Magazine 39 (Spring/Summer): 21-33.

Forsyth County: 1849-1999 [N.C.; photo essays].  1998. Images of America.  Dover, N.H.: Arcadia Publishing.  128 pp.

Fosl, Catherine, and Tracy Elaine K’Meyer.  2009.  Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky.  Kentucky Remembered series.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  309 pp.  The authors “gather the voices of more than one hundred courageous crusaders for civil rights, many of whom have never before spoken publicly about their experiences.  These activists hail from all over Kentucky.”

Fox, Bob.  2005.  Moving Out, Finding Home: Essays on Identity, Place, Community, and Class [b. 1943; Ohio farm life; Brooklyn; memoir; mortality].  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  179 pp.

Fox, John.  [1901] 1994.  Blue-Grass and Rhododendron: Out-Doors in Old Kentucky.  Reprint, with a foreword by Wade Hall.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  294 pp.

Foxfire 11: The Old Homeplace, Wild Plant Uses, Preserving and Cooking Food, Hunting Stories, Fishing, and More Affairs of Plain Living.  1999.  Edited by Kaye Carver Collins, Lacy Hunter, and Foxfire students.  New York: Anchor Books.  313 pp.

Foxfire 12: War Stories, Cherokee Traditions, Summer Camps, Square Dancing, Crafts, and More Affairs of Plain Living.  2004.  Edited by Kaye Carver Collins, Angie Cheek, and former Foxfire students.  New York: Anchor Books.  560 pp.

Foxfire 40th Anniversary Book: Faith, Family, and the Land.  2006.  Edited by Angie Cheek, Lacy Hunter Nix, and Foxfire students.  New York: Anchor Books.  512 pp.  Contents: What is Foxfire? -- Foxfire: A History -- Forty years of Foxfire: a partial timeline -- A Foxfire portrait: Aunt Arie Carpenter -- Words from the wise: Our beloved contacts -- God -- The Bible -- Church -- Faith healing -- Everyday miracles -- The holy land -- Heaven -- The devil -- The end times -- Family times -- Chores -- Clothes -- School -- Games and toys -- Parties -- Holidays -- Recipes -- Relationships -- Doctoring -- Money -- Beauty secrets -- Advice -- Longevity -- Acquiring land -- Selling land -- Mills -- Logging -- Free range or open range -- Farming -- The Mountains -- Country living.

Foxfire 45th Anniversary Book: Singin’, Praisin’, Raisin’.  2011.  Edited by Joyce Green, Casi Best, and Foxfire students.  New York: Anchor Books.  508 pp.  Contents categories: Banjo ringing loud and clear, mountain music in the air: introduction -- “People will forget our past if it isn’t recorded”: Foxfire’s history -- A beautiful day: in the good ol’ days -- Knoxville girl: crime close to home -- Barbara Allen: tales and legends -- Echoes: mountain music fills the air -- Daddy was a farmer: school farm families -- With his own hands: we’ll tell you how -- The past meets the present: a closing letter from Foxfire President Ann Moore -- Experiencing traditional music: southeastern bluegrass and gospel festivals.

Fraley, Jill M.  2007.  “Walk Along My Mind: Space, Mobility, and the Significance of Place.” Humanity and Society 31, no. 2-3 (May-Aug): 248-259.  Appalachian investment in the land and sense of place vs. mainstream culture social and spatial mobility.

Francis, Irv E.  2005.  About Dreams and Memories on the Old Farm [b. 1931].  Bloomington, Ind.: Author House.  360  pp.  Details of rural life, Marshall County, W. Va.

Free, Maudeen.  2007.  “A Well-Lived Life: An Interview with Maudeen Free” [b. 1925, Rabun Gap, Ga.].  By Nathan Wayne.  Foxfire Magazine 41, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 3-15.

Freeman, Lud.  2002.  “My Early Days in Lost Creek” [b. 1923; Harrison Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Fall): 30-36.

French, Laurence Armand.  2008.  An Oral History of Southern Appalachia.  Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press.  198 pp.  1970s-collected life histories of N.C. Cherokees, whites, and blacks.

Fulks, Danny.  1995.  Tales Along the Appalachian Plateau [southern Ohio].  Huron, Ohio: Bottom Dog Press.

Fulks, Danny.  2003.  Tragedy on Greasy Ridge: True Stories from Appalachian Ohio [1930s-40s Gallia and Lawrence Cos., memoirs].  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  220 pp.

Fulks, Danny.  2006.  Tick Ridge Faces the South: True Stories, Memories Rare Photos from Appalachia & the South [anecdotes: Ky., Ohio, W. Va.].  Ashland, Ky.: Mountain Press.  169 pp.

Fulks, Danny.  2011.  “No Sweat.”  Southern Cultures 17, no. 3 (Fall): 39-47.  Essay on daily life in 1930s-1940s Rattlesnake Ridge, Ky. including WWII, music, food, women.

Furbee, Jack Wayne.  2012.  Growing Up Appalachian: In the Van Camp Community of Wetzel County, West Virginia [b. 1934; memoir and details of rural life, 1930s-50s].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  282 pp.

Furbee, Mary Rodd.  1997.  “Making Jam from Sour Grapes: Anna Lee Terry and Her Mountain Cookbook” [herbalist].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Winter): 54-62.

Gaillard, John.  2007.  “Those Were the Good Ol’ Days” [b. 1920; Newry, S.C.; mill town boyhood].  Interview by student Anna Phillips.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Fall/Winter): 43-52.

Galer, Eilleen Gardner. 1997.  Appalachian Folks: Tales of a Bygone Era [N.C., W. Va.]. Edited by H. Donald Kroitzsh.  Plymouth, Vt.: Five Corners Publications.  112 pp.

Gallagher, Marielle.  2003.  “Bridging the Years: A Visit with Dorothy Yaus Cuonzo” [b. 1919; McMechen, W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Fall): 44-51.

Gallaher, Carolyn.  2003.  On the Fault Line: Race, Class, and the American Patriot Movement [Kentucky Patriot Movement; concealed weapons; hemp growing].  Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield.  272 pp.

Garland, Jonathan, and Orlene Garland.  1999.  “A Cake of Cracklin”  [Ga.; interview with Garland, b. 192?; cracklin’ cornbread recipe]. Foxfire Magazine 33 (Spring/Summer): 34-39.

Garrett, Mitchell B.  [1957] 2003.  Horse and Buggy Days on Hatchet Creek: An Alabama Boyhood in the 1890s [Clay Co.].  Rpt. ed.  Library of Alabama Classics.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  233 pp.

Gdovic, Ronald.  1999.  Armstrong County: Gateway to the Allegheny: A Pictorial History [Pa.; Allegheny River].  Franklin, Va.: Q Publishing.  191 pp.

Giardina, Denise.  1999.  “Coalfield Ancestors” [memories; W. Va. coal camps].  The Iron Mountain Review 15 (Spring): 4-8.

Gifford, James M., Anthony Stephens, and Suzanna Stephens.  2010.  Greenup County [Ky., vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Jesse Stuart is a native son, as are Billy Ray Cyrus and Jesse Boone, brother of Daniel Boone.

Gilbert, Elizabeth.  2002.  The Last American Man [biography of latter-day mountain man Eustace Conway].  New York: Viking.  271 pp.

Gilchrist, Joy.  1997.  “‘ The Worst Disaster in the Memory of Man’: Recalling the ‘50 Flood” [central W. Va.; sidebars on the Big Snow of 1950, and the Flood of 1936].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Spring): 48-59.

Gilchrist-Stalnaker, Joy, and Bradley R. Oldaker.  2010.  Lewis County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Gilchrist-Stalnaker, Joy, ed.  2000.  Lewis County, West Virginia: Her People and Places.  Horner, W. Va.: Hacker’s Creek Pioneer Descendants.  256 pp.

Giles, Janice Holt, and Henry Giles.  [1963] 1995.  A Little Better Than Plumb: The Biography of a House.  Reprint, with a foreword by Linda Beattie.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  280 pp.

Gillespie, Carol Ann.  2009.  Mountain Mists: Appalachian Folkways of West Virginia.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  101 pp.  Chapter topics include superstitions, foodways, folk remedies, burial customs, and place names in this breezy compendium.

Gillespie, Jane.  2007.  “Jane Gillespie: Stories from the Mountains” [b. 1943, Ga.].  Interview by granddaughter Olivia Echols.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Spring/Summer): 45-49.

Giudice, Betty Jo.  2009.  “‘Bad Luck Hit Us Again’: Josie Walton’s Journal” [diary excerpts; 1894-1963; hardships; Greenbrier Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 3 (Fall): 52-57.

Gladwell, Malcolm.  2008.  “Harlan, Kentucky: ‘Die Like a Man, Like Your Brother Did!’”  Chap. 2 in Outliers: The Story of Success, by M. Gladwell, 161-176.  New York: Little, Brown.  Cultural legacy, honor, violence.

Glasgow, Nina, and Alan Barton.  2003.  “Older Workers and Retirement in Rural Contexts” [Cortland and Seneca Cos., N.Y.; tables].  In Communities of Work: Rural Restructuring in Local and Global Contexts, ed. W. Falk, M. Schulman, and A. Tickamyer, 366-393.  Athens: Ohio University Press.

Glock, Allison.  2003.  Beauty Before Comfort: A Memoir [1930s-40s Newell, W. Va.].  New York: Knopf.  191 pp.

Goldenson, Suzanne, with Doris Simpson.  2006.  The Open-Hearth Cookbook: Recapturing the Flavor of Early America [history, preparation, tools, technology].  Rev. ed.  Chambersburg, Pa.: Alan C. Hood & Co.  164 pp.

Goodson, Steve.  2002.  Highbrows, Hillbillies & Hellfire: Public Entertainment in Atlanta, 1880-1930 [including Fiddlin’John Carson, and radio station WSB].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  253 pp.

Goolrick, Robert.  2007.  The End of the World As We Know It: Scenes from a Life.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill.  213 pp.  Memoir of a dysfunctional upbringing in a small college town in the 1950s.

Gordon, John.  [1971] 2005.  “Slingings and High Shots: Moonshining in the Georgia Mountains” [technological aspects].  In Culture, Ethnicity, and Justice in the South: The Southern Anthropological Society, 1968-1971, 360-65.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  (Reprint, from Proceedings No. 4. The Not So Solid South: Anthropological Studies in a Regional Subculture, ed. J. Morland, 56-65).

Gower, Shirley.  2002.  “A Home in Cassity” [Randolph Co.; coal and lumbering memories of Kate Pastine Currence; sidebar interview with 103-year-old Jake Currence].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Summer): 50-57.

Grady, Jerry.  2012.  “Uphill, Both Ways: Stewart Sisters Went the Extra Mile for Education” [1930s Jackson Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 3 (Fall): 56-59.  “Very few of their neighbors were able to overcome the obstacles and continue their education beyond the eighth grade.”

Graham, Laurie.  1998.  Singing the City: The Bonds of Home in an Industrial Landscape  [Pittsburgh; celebration and tribute].  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.  192 pp.

Grant, John A.  1999.  150 Years of Oakland: Oakland, Maryland, 1999.  Oakland, Md.: Garrett County Historical Society.  106 pp.

Gravelle, Karen.  1997.  Growing Up in a Holler in the Mountains: An Appalachian Childhood [children’s literature; Eastern Ky.].  Growing Up in America series.  New York: Franklin Watts.  64 pp.

Gravley, Kancie.  2005.  “Uncle Milton’s Sawmill” [interview; Milton Speed, b. 1928; Clayton, Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 39 (Spring/Summer): 3-9.

Green, Chris, Rachel Rubin, and James Smethurst.  2006.  “Introduction.”  In Radicalism in the South Since Reconstruction, ed. C. Green, R. Rubin, and J. Smethurst, 1-10.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.  Places Appalachia in context of larger radical, interracial movements in the South.

Green, Chris, Rachel Rubin, and James Smethurst, ed.  2006.  Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction [13 essays: 4 Appalachian].  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.  274 pp.

Green, Chris.  2006.  “The Tight Rope of Democracy: Don West’s Clods of Southern Earth” [subtitled A Collection of Poems, NewYork: Boni and Gaer, 1946].  Chap. 5 in Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction, ed. C. Green, R. Rubin, and J. Smethurst, 97-127.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Green, Judy Lee.  2008.  “Deep Roots and Mountain Spirit.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 13-15.  Memoir; three generations of self-sufficient Blue Ridge Mountaineers.

Green, Missy Tipton, and Paulette Ledbetter.  2011.  Cades Cove [Tenn.; Blount Co.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia. 127 pp.

Green, Sammy.  2007.  “Praise the Lord, Sammy’s Quit Smoking” [b. 1933, Cherokee Co., N.C.; stories].  Interview by student student Casi Best.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Spring/Summer): 28-44.

Greene, Nannie, and Catherine Stokes Sheppard, ed.  2006.  Community and Change in the North Carolina Mountains: Oral Histories and Profiles of People from Western Watauga County [focus on 1930s-1950s].  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 13.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  288 pp.

Griliches, Diane Asseo, and Roy Anderson.  2007.  An Appalachian Farmer’s Story: Portrait of an Extraordinary Common Man [1922-2002; Va. cabinet maker, musical instrument maker, lay preacher; black & white photos].  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.  121 pp., plus audio disc of Roy’s personal recollections.  Contents: Introduction - The Tapes of Roy’s Voice - Roy’s Words - Childhood - Family History - Toys and Games - Community Activities - Music - Christmas - Home Chores - Food - Carpentry - The Farm and Farming - Soil - Tobacco - Corn - Hay - Milk - Chickens and Eggs - Grafting - Honey - Raising and Saving Garden Seeds - Hogs and Butchering - Making Molasses - Syrup from Beets - Patsey and the Greenhouse - Patsey - Medicine - Pets - Church - Daddy’s Death - My Life - Bibliography - Notes.

Griffin, Larry J., and Peggy G. Hargis, ed.  2012.  Social Class, Vol. 20 of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  499 pp.  Fifty-six essays, and 85 shorter entries written by subject experts, including: Appalachia | Bluegrass Music | Coal and Iron Workers | Highlander Folk School | Hillbillies | Horton, Myles |  Indian Removal | Lumpkin, Grace | Memory, Appalachian | Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers | NASCAR | Ozarks | Shape-Note Singing | Textile Workers | West, Don.

Grigsby, Mary.  2012.  Noodlers in Missouri: Fishing for Identity in a Rural Subculture. Kirksville, Mo.: Truman State University Press.  164 pp.

Grist, Sharon.  2007.  “The Village Weaver” [wool; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Interview by student Robin Atkins.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Fall/Winter): 53-65.

Gutmann, Lud.  2005.  “Three Important Things: Recalling Keith Wolfe of Walton” [1917-2003; Roane Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 1 (Spring): 46-51.

Guttman, Kathy Shields.  1997.  Whop Biscuits & Fried Apple Pie: Cooking with Gatlinburg’s Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community.  Toronto: Wordsmith Ventures.

Haaga, John.  2004.  “Educational Attainment in Appalachia” [tables, maps; 1900, 2000 Census].  Demographic and Socioeconomic Change in Appalachia series.  24 pp.  Washington, D.C.: Appalachian Regional Commission, Online Resource Center.  http://www.arc.gov/research/researchreportdetails.asp?REPORT_ID=35.

Haaga, John.  2004.  “The Aging of Appalachia” [tables; maps; 1990, 2000 Census].  Demographic and Socioeconomic Change in Appalachia series.  24 pp.  Washington, D.C.: Appalachian Regional Commission; Population Reference Bureau.  http://www.arc.gov/research/researchreportdetails.asp?REPORT_ID=36.

Haga, Pauline.  2010.  “Honestly Abe: Lincoln Impersonator Jim Rubin” [b. 1932; Beckley, Raleigh Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 4 (Winter): 50-53.

Hague, Richard.  1997.  Milltown Natural: Essays and Stories from a Life [Upper Ohio Valley; Steubenville].  Huron, Ohio: Bottom Dog Press.

Hall, Dave, Tym Burkey, and Katherine M. Ramsland.  2008.  Into the Devil's Den: How an FBI Informant Got Inside the Aryan Nations and a Special Agent Got Him Out Alive [Ohio].  New York: Ballantine Books.  299 pp.

Hall, Ralph.  2008.  Why Daddy Sold Old Betsy.  Ithaca, N.Y.: Ithaca Press.  94 pp.  Memoir of idyllic childhood in a Floyd County, Ky., coal mining town by poet Hall (b. 1936).

Hall, Randal L.  2009.  “Privy Thoughts.”  Southern Cultures 15, no. 2 (Summer): 111-115.  Outhouse reflections; Fancy Gap, Carroll Co., Va.

Halsey, David H.  2000.  “Remembering a Wyoming County Coal Camp” [1930s-40s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Fall): 44-49.

Halsey, David H.  2008.  Uphill Both Ways Barefooted.  Westminster, Md.: Heritage Books.  97 pp.  W. Va. memoir; 1930s-40s coal camp, Otsego, Wyoming County.

Hamby, Zetta Barker.  1998.  Memoirs of Grassy Creek: Growing Up in the Mountains on the Virginia-North Carolina Line [b. 1907].  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 1.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Company.  256 pp.

Hamilton, Carolynn Fortney.  2004.  West Virginia’s Lower Tygart Valley River: People and Places [local history].  Terra Alta, W. Va.: Headline Books.  303 pp.

Hammon, Robert.  2003.  “Burning Coal and Running Water: Recalling Life Up Quick” [resourceful Robert Brewer, b. 1890, Kanawha Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Fall): 52-57.

Hampshire County, West Virginia: A Pictorial History.  [1991] 2002.  Rpt. ed.  Marceline, Mo.: Walsworth.  158 pp.

Harber, Randy.  2009.  “A Wild Frontier of Wine: Visiting the Vineyards of North Georgia.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.2 (Fall/Winter): 48-51.

Harbin, Frances Ables.  2004.  “Sock Suppers, Cake Walks, Cotton Pickin’, and a Waterlily Quilt” [b. 1919, Oconee Co., Ga.].  Interview by student Ann Cross.  Foxfire Magazine 38 (Fall/Winter): 97-108.

Hardman, Olga S.  2001.  “A Frenchman in Clarksburg: Recalling Glassmaker Danton Caussin” [1895-2001].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer): 24-32.

Hardy, Charles, III, and Alessandro Portelli.  1999.  “I Can Almost See the Lights of Home: A Field Trip to Harlan County, Kentucky”  [“aural history”; numerous links to voices, music, essays].  The Journal for MultiMedia History 2 (no. 1).  http://www.albany.edu/jmmh/vol2no1/lights.html.

Hardy, Michael C.  2005.  Avery County [N.C.; vintage photos].  Images of America. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Hardy, Michael C.  2006.  Caldwell County [N.C.; vintage photos] .  Images of America series. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Hardy, Michael C.  2007.  Remembering Avery County: Old Tales from North Carolina's Youngest County [26 historical anecdotes].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  127 pp.

Harless, James H. (“Buck”).  2012.  A Most Fortunate Life [b. 1919, Gilbert, W. Va.].  Parsons, W.Va: McClain Printing.  261 pp.  Memoir of 92-year-old Mingo County native, Buck Harless, who made his fortune in coal and timber and has given generously to the coal industry, Republican Party, and WVU.

Harper, Amy M.  2012.  “‘Kelly Perfect’: Annabelle Rhodes Recalls Kelly Axe” [manufacturing company, Charleston, 1904-1982].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 2 (Summer): 20-29.  Sidebar: “The Kelly Axe Story” [factory history: “by 1908...60% of the world’s axes were coming from Kelly’s”].

Harrington, Susan J.  1997.  Virginia Highlands [pictorial retrospective; Smyth, Wythe, Grayson, and Washington Cos.].  Images of America.  Dover, N.H.: Arcadia.  1997.  128 pp.

Harris, Rosalind, Marcus Bernard, Maureen Mullinax, Dreamal Worthen, Sokoya Finch, and Veronica Womack.  2012.  “Attending to Place, Race, and Community: Trans-Local Partnering between Scholars and Activists in Central Appalachia and the Black Belt South.”  Journal of Appalachian Studies 18, no. 1-2 (Spring-Fall): 206-219.  Community-university partnerships.

Harrison, Lowell H. and James C. Klotter.  1997.  A New History of Kentucky.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  533 pp.

Harsh, Sharon Wilmoth.  2002.  “Life on the Road: Selling Hardware for Kane & Keyser” [“mine, mill and R.R. supplies”].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Summer): 38-43.

Hart, Dianna.  2001.  “Kentucky Shadows” [nostalgia; 1950s mountain life; Lawrence Co., Ky.].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Summer): 9-18.

Hart, John Fraser, Michelle J. Rhodes, and John T. Morgan.  2002.  The Unknown World of the Mobile Home.  Creating the North American Landscape.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.  142 pp.

Hart, William A., Jr.  2001.  “Emalucy, Hooney, Twitchell, Eranious and Golden Meldonia: An Informal Study of Western North Carolina Names” [1500 Christian names listed].  In May We All Remember Well: A Journal of the History & Cultures of Western North Carolina, Vol. 2, ed. R. S. Brunk, 58-69.  Asheville, N.C.: Robert S. Brunk Auction Services, Inc.

Hartley, Audrey Sayre.  2009.  “Thresh” Machine a Comin’: Memories of Jackson County [W. Va.; Cow Run Valley; 1920s].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  94 pp.

Hartman, Richard.  2005.  “The Box It Came In: Saving the French Gratitude Train” [boxcar gift from France, 1949; restored; McDowell Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 3 (Fall): 51-55.

Hartz, Lynn R.  2003.  Club Fed: Living Inside a Women’s Prison [Alderson Federal Women’s Prison, W. Va.; author served as an inmate and has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology].  Baltimore, Md.: PublishAmerica.  221 pp.

Hatch, Elvin.  2004.  “The Margins of Civilization: Progressives and Moonshiners in the Late 19th-Century Mountain South” [social history; cites numerous studies].  Appalachian Journal 32 (Fall): 68-99.

Hatter, Ila, ed. and illus.  2001.  Roadside Rambles: A Collection of Wild Food Recipes.  Self published: Robbinsville, N.C.: Ironweed Productions.  128 pp.

Haught, James A.  2008.  Fascinating West Virginia: Wild, Wonderful Episodes -- and Some Not Wonderful -- from the Longtime Editor of the Mountain State’s Largest Newspaper, the Charleston Gazette [1969-2008].  Charleston, W. Va.: The Charleston Gazette.  169 pp.

Hauser, Alan J.  2000.  “Religion and Community: A Cemetery in the Mountain Highlands in Northwestern North Carolina” [Sands Cemetery; near Boone].  In Proceedings, New River Symposium, April 15-16, 1999, Boone, North Carolina, 107-116.  Glen Jean, W. Va.: National Park Service.

Hayes, Junior D.  2009.  “The Family Man of Jordan Creek” [b. 1925; personal narrative; Kanawha Co.].  Transcribed by Barbara L. Hayes.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 48-53.

Hays, Tony.  1996.  “No Matter How Far” [Appalachian reflections from Kuwait].  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Summer): 23-27.

Heilman, Carol Guthrie.  1999.  “Roses” [C&C, Ky., coal camp memories and transplanted roses].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 16 (Summer): 48.

Heinze, Denise.  2007.  “The Transplanting” [friendship and respect via gardening advice for a professor who relocates to Waynesville, N.C.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 54-56.

Henderson, Bonnie.  2007.  Nature Wonder Weekend: North Bend State Park, West Virginia [annual fall wild foods festival].  Fortieth Anniversary Commemorative Limited Edition.  Corry, Pa.: Allegheny Press.  112 pp.

Hensley, Judith Victoria.  2010.  Mountain Wisdom: Mountain Folk, Volume 1.  Bristol, Va.: Little Creek Books.  213 pp.  Contents: Beauty tips and good grooming --  Dreams -- Home remedies -- Rhymes -- Riddles -- Superstitions -- Weather predictions.  Hensley writes a weekly column for the Harlan Daily Enterprise.

Hensley, Judith Victoria.  2010.  Say What You Mean, and Mean What You Say: A Collection of Mountain Sayings.  Wallins, Ky.: Wallins Creek Publishing.  424  pp.  Glossary of hundreds of terms quoted in context as similes, metaphors, idioms, and euphemisms.  See also: Verna Mae Slone, How We Talked (1995).

Herrin, Roberta.  2008.  “Affirming Urbanity in Appalachia.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 2-3.  Special issue–“Urbane Appalachia.”

Herrin, Roberta.  2012.  “The Mountain Farmer and Milton.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 2 (Winter): 2.  Introductory essay to special issue, “Serving Appalachia.”

Hickam, Homer H., Jr.  1998.  Rocket Boys: A Memoir.  New York: Delacorte Press.  368 pp.  Weatherford Award winner.  NASA engineer recounts Coalwood, W. Va., boyhood; basis for 1998 feature film “October Sky.”

Hickam, Homer. 1999.  October Sky [W. Va. memoir; previously published as Rocket Boys (1998); retitled to match the movie of the same name].  New York: Island Books.  428 pp.

Hickam, Homer.  2000.  The Coalwood Way [W. Va. memoir; sequel to Rocket Boys (1998)].  New York: Delacorte Press.  318 pp.

Hickam, Homer.  2001.  Sky of Stone [1961 Coalwood, W. Va.;  3rd memoir, beginning with Rocket Boys (1998)].  New York: Delacorte.  336 pp.

Hickam, Homer.  2002.  We Are Not Afraid [post-Sept. 11 inspiration and values from Coalwood, W. Va. and the author of October Sky].  Deerfield, Fla.: Health Communications.  242 pp.

Hicks, George L.  2001.  Experimental Americans: Celo and Utopian Community in the Twentieth Century [Western N.C.; founded 1937].  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.  272 pp.

Hidden Gems: Photos from the State Archives [photo essay].  2005.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 4 (Winter): 22-27.

Higgins, Dustin.  2007.  “Shoveling Deep into the Family Cemetery” [funerary duties; Spivey Mountain, Unicoi Co., Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 32-34.

Higgins, James Jeffrey.  1999.  Images of the Rust Belt [photographs; Upper Ohio Valley industrial landscape].  Kent, Ohio: Kent University Press.  64 pp.

Higgins, James Jeffrey.  2001.  On Common Ground: The Vanishing Farms and Small Towns of the Ohio Valley [photographs; Upper Ohio Valley].  Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.  64 pp.

Hines, George B., and Lou Martin.  2006.  Hancock County [W. Va. northern panhandle; vintage photos].  Images of America series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Home to Homer Laughlin China (Fiesta dinnerware), Weirton steel mills, and Mountaineer Race Track and Gaming Resort.

Hodson, Debbie.  2001.  “Sentimental Journey” [of Ky. back roads].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Winter): 9-11.

Hoffman, Nancy.  1999.  West Virginia [history, profile; young adult readers].  Celebrate the States series.  New York: Benchmark Books.  143 pp.

Holland, Barbara.  1997.  Bingo Night at the Fire Hall: The Case for Cows, Orchards, Fairs, and Bake Sales [Loudoun Co., Va., Blue Ridge].  New York: Harcourt Brace.  224 pp.

Holland, Lance.  2001.  Fontana: A Pocket History of Appalachia [Fontana Village, N.C., history].  Robbinsville, NC: Appalachian History Series.  238 pp.

Hollis, Tim.  2008.  Ain’t That a Knee-Slapper: Rural Comedy in the Twentieth Century.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  281 pp.  Radio, movies, sitcoms, cartoons, television commercials, and current redneck standup comedy.

Holmes, John R.  2009.  Remembering Steubenville: From Frontier Fort to Steel Valley [Ohio]. Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  124 pp.

Holtzman, David.  2009.  “Back to the Land in Pocahontas County.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 2 (Summer): 54-61.  1970s alternative-culture “hippies” and  communal living.

Hood, James Larry.  2008.  Restless Heart: Kentucky’s Search for Individual Liberty and Community.  Lanham, Md.: University Press of America.  136 pp.  Overview of Ky. civilization across five historic periods.

Hood, Robin, ed.  2005.  Tennessee Country: In the Land of Their Fathers.  Franklin, Tenn.: Grandin Hood.  142 pp.  Celebratory, oversize, pictorial; short essays: Learning from Mother Nature / Marilou Awiakta -- Kitchen table revival / John Egerton -- Lest we forget- women’s folk art rediscovered / John Rice Irwin -- Where the owls nest & the butterflies come back to / Peter Jenkins -- Roads back home / Jeff Daniel Marion.

Hooker, Margaret Huntington.  [1896] 2010.  Ye Gentlewoman’s Housewifery: Containing Scarce, Curious, and Valuable Receipts for Making Ready All Sorts of Viands: A Repository of Useful Knowledge Adapted to Meet the Wants of Good Wives and Tender Mothers: Also, Sundry Salutory Remedies of Sovereign and Approved Efficacy and Choice Secrets on the Improvement of Female Beauty: Compiled from Old and Reliable Sources [mostly recipes, traditional, authentic].  Facsimile reprint.  LaVergne, Tenn.: Nabu.  227 pp.  Originally published: New York: Dodd, Mead.

Hooper, Ed.  2003.  Knoxville [vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Hooper, Ed.  2006.  Knoxville in World War II [vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Hopkins, Bruce.  2003.  Spirits in the Field: An Appalachian Family History [Pike Co., Ky.; U.S. Route 460 reconstruction; old family cemetery].  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  225 pp.

Horning, Audrey J.  2000.  “Beyond the Shenandoah Valley: Interaction, Image, and Identity in the Blue Ridge” [three hollows in Old Rag vicinity of Shenandoah National Park]. In After the Backcountry: Rural Life in the Great Valley of Virginia, 1800-1900, ed. K. Koons and W. Hofstra, 145-166. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Hotaling, Lynn.  2008.  Sylva [N.C.; Jackson Co. seat; vintage photos]. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Houck, Harold.  2001.  “Harold Houck: The Plowing Preacher” [Ga. farmer; b. 1928; mules].  Interview by student Amanda Dickerson.  Foxfire Magazine 35 (Spring/Summer): 3-14.

Howell, Benita J.  [1981] 2003.  Folklife Along the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River [early 20th-century].  With contributions by Susan Stonich.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  318 pp.  Note: this is a revised edition of A Survey of Folklife Along the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River, Knoxville: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Tennessee.

Hubbard, Harlan.  1996.  Payne Hollow Journal.  Edited with an introduction by Don Wallis. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  224 pp.

Hubbard, Tommie L.  2003.  The Journals of Tommie L. Hubbard: Life in Madison County, Kentucky, 1898-1900. [b. 1880, d. 1948].  Edited by Deborah Hubbard Nelson-Campbell.  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  256 pp.

Huber, Patrick.  2008.  “A Short History of ‘Redneck’: The Fashioning of a Southern White Masculine Identity.”  In Southern Cultures: The Fifteenth Anniversary Reader, ed. H. Watson and L. Griffin, 303-327.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Hudson, Berkley.  2007.  “O. N. Pruitt’s Possum Town: The ‘Modest Aspiration and Small Renown’ of a Mississippi Photographer, 1915-1960” [Lowndes Co.; documentary photo essay].  Southern Cultures 13, no. 2 (Summer): 52-77.

Hufford, Mary.  2001.  “Landscape and History at the Headwaters of the Big Coal River Valley: An Overview” [W. Va.; prehistory to present].  In  Tending the Commons: Folklife and Landscape in Southern West VirginiaAmerican Memory, Library of Congress.  35 pp.  http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/tending/essay5.html.

Hughes, I. Harding.  2002.  My Valle Crucis: The 1930s. Valle Crucis, N.C.: I. H. Hughes; Distributed by Mast General Store.  178 pp.

Hull, William F.  2010.  Historic Photos of Chattanooga in the 50s, 60s, and 70s [Tenn.].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing.  206 pp.

Hull, William F.  2010.  Historic Photos of Chattanooga [Tenn.].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing.  198 pp.  From Civil War to  modern era.

Hull, William F.  2010.  Historic Photos of Chattanooga [Tenn.].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing.  198 pp.  From Civil War to  modern era.

Hunter, Adam.  2002.  “Break the Chain Store Habit” [interview with Andy Hunter about the family’s grocery store; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 36 (Spring/Summer): 37-43.

Hunter, David.  [1995] 2003.  Trailer Trash from Tennessee: A Childhood Memoir [1950s Knoxville].  Rpt. ed.  Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Tellico Books.  199 pp.  Originally published: Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press.

Hunter, Elizabeth.  2008.  “The Great Bandana Porch Sit” [Bandana, N.C.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 10-12.  Weekly gathering to share a meal and local history stories.

Hurley, Carl.  1995.  We Weren’t Poor, We Just Didn’t Have Any Money [1940s-50s boyhood memories; near Rockcastle River, Ky.].  Louisville(?), Ky.: Cowcumber Books.  193 pp.

Idol, John L.  2012.  Deep Gap Days: A Crazy-Quilt Narrative of My Boyhood in the Blue Ridge Mountains [Deep Gap, N.C.; b. 1932].  Blowing Rock, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  221 pp.

Idol, John Lane, Jr.  2005.  Blue Ridge Heritage: An Informal History of Three Generations of the Family of John Nicholson Idol [d. 1897; Deep Gap, N.C.].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  211 pp.

Isbell, Robert.  1996.  The Last Chivaree: The Hicks Family of Beech Mountain [N.C.].  Foreword by Wilma Dykeman.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  174 pp.

Isbell, Robert.  [1996] 2001.  Ray Hicks: Master Storyteller of the Blue Ridge.  Reprint, with a foreword by Wilma Dykeman.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  175 pp.  Originally published as The Last Chivaree: The Hicks Family of Beech Mountain.

Ivey, Jennie, W. Calvin Dickinson, and Lisa Rand.  2002.  Tennessee Tales the Textbooks Don't Tell [18 historical and biographical accounts].  Johnson City, Tenn: Overmountain Press. 200 pp.

Jabbour, Alan, and Karen Singer Jabbour.  2010.  Decoration Day in the Mountains: Traditions of Cemetery Decoration in the Southern Appalachians [N.C.].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  218 pp.  Annual cleaning and coming together to share dinner; numerous photos, some color.

Jabbour, Alan.  2010.  “Helen Cable Vance and the North Shore Historical Association” [2010 Community Traditions Award winner].  North Carolina Folklore Journal 57, no. 2 (Fall-Winter): 22-28.  Vance is a cemetery and Decoration Day hero who has helped lead the North Shore [of Fontana Lake] movement since 1977, begun in 1942-43 with the building of Fontana Dam and the marooning of 27 family cemeteries due to rising waters.

Jabbour, Alan, and Karen Singer Jabbour.  2012.  “The Balsam Highlands Cemetery Style: A Meditation on Regional Creativity.”  North Carolina Folklore Journal 59, no. 2 (Fall-Winter): 47-59.  “Beginning in 2004, we undertook research in western North Carolina focusing on the topic of Decoration Day,” the annual renewal practice that led to Memorial Day.

Jackson, Dot.  1998.  “Going to Davenports’” [N.C.; wagon road excursion in a 1934 Ford].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Winter): 3-5.

Jackson, Dot.  2003.  “The Valley of the Green Bird” [Eastatoee Valley, S.C.; eulogy for disappearing old ways].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 20 no. 2-3 (Summer/Winter): 34-35.

Jackson, Harvey H., ed.  2011.  Sports & Recreation.  Vol. 16 of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  383 pp.  Seventy-four short thematic essays, from 500-2500 words, including: Buck dancing, flatfooting, and clogging -- Cockfighting (see also Blood sports) -- Drinking -- Fiddle contests (see also Picking sessions) -- Noodling [i.e., hand fishing] (see also Fishing; and Hunting) -- Passing the time (see also Porch sitting; and Visiting) -- Rock climbing -- Stock car racing -- Storytelling -- Whittling -- Wrestling -- Appalachian Trail -- Blue Ridge Parkway -- Dogpatch USA [Ark. theme park] -- Dollywood -- Great Smoky Mountains National Park -- Hot Springs National Park [Ark.] -- Johnson, Junior -- Mammoth Cave National Park -- NASCAR -- “See Rock City” -- Silver Dollar City [Ozark related theme park].

James, Hunter.  2001.  The Last Days of Big Grassy Fork [irreverent personal memoir; agrarian Winston-Salem, N.C.].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  256 pp.

Jarrard, Coleman.  2006.  “Heartthrob, Soldier, Farmer, Politician–But, Most of All, ‘Family Man’: An Interview with Coleman Jarrard” [b. 1929; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Interview by student Rosa Cantrell.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 116-128.

Jarrett, C. W. “Bill.”  2011.  “Three Boys and a Train.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 1 (Spring): 36-39.  “Riding the Fast Flying Virginian between Charleston and Huntington in the 1940s sparked a lifelong love of trains.”

Javersak, David T.  1999.  History of Weirton, West Virginia.  Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Company.  192 pp.

Johnson, Skip, with Rob Johnson.  2001.  River on the Rocks [Birch River local and natural history, central W. Va.].  Edited by Peter and Elizabeth Silitch.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  394 pp.

Jones, Dan.  2008.  “Boxing Lessons.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 22-25.  Chattanooga, Tenn.: alcoholic father and 1950s boyhood boxing lessons.

Jones, June C.  2010.  “L.M. McNeil’s Store” [memoir].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 3 (Fall): 62-63.  Sidebar, “Halloween at Mr. Mac’s Store” [early 1940s], by Albert Pennington, 64-65.  New River Gorge, Fayette County, country store; 1930s-40s.

Jones, Lisa, Beth Shirley, and Lester Wall.  1998.  “Square Dancing: A Foot-Stompin’ Mountain Pastime” [oral history interview with Rabun Co., Ga., caller].  Foxfire Magazine 32 (Spring/Summer): 3-9.

Jones, Loyal.  1994.  Appalachian Values.  Ashland, Ky: Jesse  Stuart Foundation.  144 pp.

Jones, Loyal.  2002.  “Country Comedy: Victim of Pseudo-Sophistication and Political Correctness.”  Appalachian Journal 29 (Fall 2001-Winter 2002): 44-53.

Jones, Loyal; Richard B. Drake; Bill Best; W. F. Singleton.  1996.  “Letters to the Editor” section.  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Fall): 11-21.  Responses to editor’s request to share experiences and memories of growing up in the region.

Jones, Malcolm.  2010.  Little Boy Blues [journalist’s memoir; 1950s-60s N.C.].  New York: Pantheon Books.  228 pp.

Jonsson, Patrik.  2003.  “Appalachia’s New Cottage Industry: Meth” [methamphetamine; N.C., Tenn.].  Christian Science Monitor, 21 March, 3.

Jordan-Bychkov, Terry G.  2003.  The Upland South: The Making of an American Folk Region and Landscape [tracks cultural transmission through artifacts incl. vernacular architecture]. Santa Fe, N.M.: Center for American Places; distributed by University of Virginia Press. 121 pp.

Jordan, Jesse, Jamie Jordan, and Kelly Jordan.  2007.  “Through the Eyes of a Cotton Farmer” [Rome, Ga.].  Interview by student Alex Owens.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Fall/Winter): 11-35.

Jordan, Tom.  2007.  “Cotton Gins & Sawmills” [b. 1927; Ala.].  Interview by student Marella Burrell.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Fall/Winter): 28-44.  Sidebar: “Visitin’ with the Jordans,”  Interview by student Christina Mitcham, 7-10.

Joslin, Michael.  2009.  “Ramp Talk” [wild edible ramps].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.1 (Spring/Summer): 11-14.

Joslin, Michael.  2009.  “Still Like I Left It” [whiskey-making; N.C.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.2 (Fall/Winter): 41-43.

Jourdan, Carolyn.  2007.  Heart in the Right Place [memoir; East Tenn. medical clinic assistant, formerly U.S. Senate counsel].  Chapel Hill, N.C.: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill.  297 pp.

Jude, Dallas H.  2004.  “Eyewitness: Marie Robinette of Matewan” [b. 1910; eyewitness to 1920 Matewan Massacre; Mingo Co. living conditions].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Winter): 24-29.

Julian, Norman.  1998.  “The Roosevelt Outhouse” [1930s; paean].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Winter): 28-31.

Julian, Norman.  2010.  Trillium Acres [“essays on place in West Virginia”].  Star City, W.Va: Trillium Publishing.  176 pp.  Monongalia Co.; sequel to Snake Hill (1993).

Julian, Norman.  2011.  “I Am Going to Tell the Story: Al Anderson of Osage” [Monongalia Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 3 (Fall): 26-33.  Seventy-three year old African-American shoe repairman, musician, and unofficial mayor of Osage, “hub of the historic Scotts Run mining area that once boasted an estimated 7,000 residents and 42 mines,” and ethnic diversity, and racial prejudice.

Justus, Bob.  2001.  “It’s a Great Adventure: An Interview with Bob Justus” [Ga.; 1930s-40s].  By Austin Bauman.  Foxfire Magazine 35 (Fall/Winter): 108-132.

Kahn, Si.  2010.  Creative Community Organizing: A Guide for Rabble-Rousers, Activists, and Quiet Lovers of Justice.  San Francisco, Calif.: Berrett Koehler.  212 pp.

Kasey, Pam, and Rae Jean V. Sielen, ed.  1998.  Our Mountain State Heritage: West Virginia Stories of the People [collected short oral histories].  Morgantown, W. Va.: Populore Publishing Company.  200 pp.

Kashuba, Cheryl A.  2009.  A Brief History of Scranton, Pennsylvania [Lackawanna Co.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  143 pp.

Keefe, Susan E.  2011.  “Serving as a Cultural Expert Witness for Appalachian Clients in Death Penalty Mitigation.”  Journal of Appalachian Studies 17, no. 1-2 (Spring-Fall): 168-176.  To humanize the client and ensure cultural competency in the defense effort.

Keith, Bruce, and Mary McPhail Gray.  1999.  “The Prevalence of Child Care Needs Among West Virginia Households” [tables].  In Inside West Virginia: Public Policy Perspectives for the 21st Century, ed. B. Keith and R. Althouse, 9-26.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.

Keith, Bruce, and Ronald Althouse.  1999.  “The Role of Social Research in Public Policy Administration: Linking Land-Grant Universities to State Policy Initiatives.”  In Inside West Virginia: Public Policy Perspectives for the 21st Century, ed. B. Keith and R. Althouse, 1-8.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.

Keith, Jeanette.  1995.  Country People in the New South: Tennessee’s Upper Cumberland.  Studies in Rural Culture.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  308 pp.

Kennedy, Rory, with photographs by Steve Lehman. 1999.  American Hollow [Ky.; companion volume to 90-minute HBO documentary].  With interviews by Mark Bailey, and a preface by Robert Coles. Boston: Bullfinch Press.  128 pp.

Kephart, Horace.  [1910] 2006.  Camp Cookery [outdoor recipes; a classic].  Bel Air, Calif.: Home Farm Books, 152 pp.  Originally published: New York: Outing Publishing Co.

Kestner, Jack.  2006.  A View from the Mountain [1921-2005; Clinch Mountain, Va.; weekly columns from the Bristol Herald Courier, 1987-2005].  Selections made and introduced by his children, Lisa Kestner Quigley, Pam Kestner-Chappelear and Tim Kestner.  Emory, Va.: Clinch Mountain Press.  256 pp.

Kidwell, Chris, comp.  2011.  A Pictorial History of Tucker County, West Virginia.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  406 pp.  More than 1,000 captioned photos and postcards of Tucker County, home to Cheat River, Blackwater Falls State Park, and Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge.

Kilgore, Frank, and Katharine Shearer.  2004.  Far Southwest Virginia: A Postcard Journey [seven counties; 250 historic, captioned photos].  Emory, Va.: Clinch Mountain Press.  176 pp.

Kincaid, Tom, ‘and a lot of other kids who grew up in Elkridge.’  2006.  Elkridge: A Small Coal Camp in Fayette County, 1900-1953, Population 400: America at Her Best [W. Va., Web resource, unattributed; loving, creative community scrapbook and history].  http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~elkridge/index.htm.

Kingsolver, Ann E.  1992.  “Contested Livelihoods: ‘Placing’ One Another in ‘Cedar,’ Kentucky” [identity, rurality].  Anthropological Quarterly 65 (July): 128-136.  Special issue: Negotiating Identity in Southeastern U.S. Uplands.

Kirk, Charles E.  2001.  “Red Clay Memories: My Early Life in Turner Hollow” [1920s-30s Wood Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Spring): 38-43.

Klatte, Mary Ellen.  2000.  Kentucky Woman: The Life of Viebie Catron Cantrell [1904-1998; teacher; Clinton Co.].  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  160 pp.

Kline, Carrie Nobel.  1996.  “Giving It Back: Creating Conversations to Interpret Community Oral History” [Wheeling, W. Va.; oral history fieldwork techniques].  Oral History Review 23 (Summer): 19-39.

Kline, Ronald R.  2000.  Consumers in the Country: Technology and Social Change in Rural America.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.  372 pp.

Klotter, James C.  1996.  Kentucky: Portrait in Paradox, 1900-1950.  Frankfort: Kentucky Historical Society.  424 pp.

Klotter, James C., and Freda C. Klotter.  2006.  Faces of Kentucky [state history; secondary school textbook].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  294 pp.

Klotter, James C., and Freda C. Klotter.  2008.  A Concise History of Kentucky [by its state historian].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  238 pp.

Kollar, Robert, with text by Kelly Leiter.  1998.  The Tennessee Valley: A Photographic Portrait [200 color images by TVA photographer Kollar; bridging seven states].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  160 pp.

Koon, Thomas.  2001.  Marion County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Lair, John. 1994.  Tales from the Hills [Rockcastle Co., Ky.; local history stories published in the Refro Valley Bugle, 1958-1968].  Compiled and edited by Ann Lair Henderson.  Mt. Vernon, Ky.: Polly House Publications.  226 pp.

LaLone, Mary B.  1996.  “Economic Survival Strategies in Appalachia’s Coal Camps.”  Journal of Appalachian Studies 2 (Spring): 53-68.

LaLone, Mary B.  1997.  “The Appalachia Tourism Project: Applied Anthropology in an Appalachian Coal Mining Town” [southwest Va.; community development project].  In Practicing Anthropology in the South, ed. J. M. T. Wallace,  91-101.  Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, no. 30, Athens: University of Georgia Press.

LaLone, Mary B.  1997.  “The Coal Mining Way of Life in Virginia’s New River Valley: Hard Work, Family, and Community.”  The Smithfield Review: Studies in the History of the Region West of the Blue Ridge 1: 53-62.

LaLone, Mary B.  1999.  “Preserving Appalachian Heritage: A Model for Oral History Research and Teaching” [New River Valley Coal Mining Heritage Project].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 5 (Spring): 115-122.

LaLone, Mary B.  2003.  “Walking the Line between Alternative Interpretations in Heritage Education and Tourism: A Demonstration of Complexities with an Appalachian Coal Mining Example” [Va. heritage projects; www.radford.edu/~mlalone].  In Signifying Serpents and Mardi Gras Runners: Representing Identity in Selected Souths, ed. C. Ray and L. Lassiter, 72-92.  Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, no. 36. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

LaLone, Mary B.  2005.  “An Anthro-Planning Approach to Local Heritage Tourism: Case Studies from Appalachia” [Va.: coal mining heritage park; farm heritage museum and park].  NAPA Bulletin (National Association for the Practice of Anthropology) 23 (no. 1):135-150.

LaLone, Mary B.  2005.  “Building Heritage Partnerships: Working Together for Heritage Preservation and Local Tourism in Appalachia.”  Practicing Anthropology 27 (no. 4):10-13.

LaLone, Mary B.  2009.  “Guidelines for a Partnership Approach to Appalachian Community and Heritage Preservation Work” [southwest Va.].  In Participatory Development in Appalachia: Cultural Identity, Community, and Sustainability, ed. S. Keefe, 201-229.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

LaLone, Mary B., ed.  1997.  Appalachian Coal Mining Memories: Life in the Coal Fields of Virginia’s New River Valley [Montgomery and Pulaski Counties; 51 oral histories].  Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  374 pp.

LaLone, Mary B., ed.  1998.  Coal Mining Lives: An Oral History Sequel to Appalachian Coal Mining Memories [1997].  Radford, Va.: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Radford University.  139 pp.

LaLone, Mary B., Peg Wimmer, and Amanda Hartle, ed.  2003.  The Radford Arsenal: Impacts and Cultural Change in an Appalachian Region [oral history interviews; Montgomery Co., Va., Army Ammunition Plant].  Radford, Va.: Brightside Press.  244 pp.

LaLone, Mary.  1995.  “Recollections About Life in Appalachia’s Coal Camps: Positive or Negative?”  In Appalachia and the Politics of Culture, ed. E. C. Fine.  Journal of the Appalachian Studies Association 7: 91-100.  Johnson City: East Tennessee State University, Center for Appalachian Studies and Services.

Lasley, Bob, and Sallie Holt, ed.  2002.  Hometown Memories-- Asheville Tales: A Treasury of 20th Century Memories.  Hickory, N.C.: Hometown Memories Publishing Company. 248 pp.  Collection of fond memories and anecdotes contributed by more than 200 elder citizens.

Leavengood, Betty.  2002.  “‘I’m the One Who Stayed’: Walter Taitt’s 99 Years in Volcano” [Wood Co.; oil field].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Winter): 10-15.

Leavengood, Betty.  2002.  Wood County, West Virginia [pictorial retrospective].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Leavengood, Betty.  2008.  “Pilot Jean Pickering: 75 and Still Flying.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 29-33.  Female adventurer, Williamstown, Wood County.

Ledford, Homer.  2004.  See Ya’ Further Up the Creek: A Collection of Stories and Poems [b. 1927; growing up in Depression-era Tenn.; author is a renowned dulcimer maker]. Illustrated, with poetry contributions, by Cindy Lowy.  Foreword by Loyal Jones. Winchester, Ky.: Kentucky Traditions Publishing. 160 pp.  Accompanying sound disc with 15 songs.

Ledford, Katherine E.  2004.  “‘Thanks for not shooting me’: –A Review-Essay on Shelby Lee Adams’s Appalachian Lives” [University Press of Mississippi, 2003].  Appalachian Journal 31 (Spring/Summer): 390-398.

Lee, Matt, and Ted Lee.  2002.  “On the Appalachian Trail” [Ky. apples, paw paws, and Bill Best’s beans].  Food & Wine (March): 20 para.  www.foodandwine.com.

Lefler, Susan M.  2004.  Brevard [N.C.; photo-documentary].  Images of America.  Columbia, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Lefler, Susan M.  2011.  Brevard [N.C.].  Then & Now series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  95 pp.  Photos juxtapozed, historic and contemporary; Transylvania County.

Legg, J. Scott.  2010.  New River Gorge [Fayetteville, Fayette Co., W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  From early settlement to the coal mining era to the building of the New River Gorge Bridge.

Lent, George.  2012.  “An Old Technique Made New.”  Interview by student Kelsey Henry.  Foxfire Magazine 46, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 11-17.  Dr. Lent is a farm veterinarian in Rabun County, Georgia.

Lentes, Cathy.  2003.  “Where Herons Fly” [essay; joys of natural homestead, Ohio River Valley, Oh.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 20, no. 2-3 (Summer/Winter): 32-33.

Lentz, Ralph E., II.  2001.  W. R. Trivett, Appalachian Pictureman: Photographs of a Bygone Time [1884-1966; Watauga Co., N.C.].  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 4.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  166 pp.

Leonelli, Victoria Dutko.  2003.  Around Uniontown [coal and coke region, Fayette County, Pa.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Leslie, Louise, and Terry W. Mullins.  2008.  Jewell Ridge: Portrait of a Coal Town [Tazewell Co., Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Leslie, Louise, and Terry W. Mullins.  2009.  Bluefield, Virginia [vintage photos]. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Lewin, Tamar.  2005.  “Up From the Holler: Living in Two Worlds, at Home in Neither” [Pikeville, Ky.; from foster child to lawyer; NYT series on social class in America today].  New York Times, 19 May, 14(A).

Lewis, Helen, and Monica Appleby.  2003.  Mountain Sisters: From Convent to Community in Appalachia [Glenmary Sisters; secular service, justice, empowerment].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  328 pp.

Lewis, Helen.  1995.  My Life and Good Times in the Mountains, or Life and Learning in Central Appalachia.  Highlander Center Working Paper Series, no. 21.  New Market, Tenn.: Highlander Research and Education Center.  31 pp.

Lifford, Brad.  2010.  “Beans All the Way: New Film Examines an East Tennessee Soup Bean Variant.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 72.  Story of The Bean Barn restaurant, Greenville, Tenn., is told in this ETSU film.

Liftig, Robert.  2002.  “In Search of the Fugate Family of Lost Creek, Kentucky” [genealogy].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Spring): 13-16.

Light, Ken, and Melanie Light.  2006.  Coal Hollow: Photographs and Oral Histories [southern W. Va.; 83 stark b&w photos by outsiders; 11 oral histories].  Forewords by Orville Schell and Robert B. Reich.  Series in Contemporary Photography, 4.  Berkeley: University of California Press.  139 pp.  (Compare other, recent photo-documentaries, some also by outsiders: American Lives, by Shelby Lee Adams; American Hollow, by Rory Kennedy; Sodom Laurel Album, by Rob Amberg; The Face of Appalachia, by Tim Barnwell; You’re Not from Around Here, by Mike Smith).

Lilly, Jack.  1998.  “The Lost Village of Lilly” [Bluestone River Valley; Lilly family].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Summer): 42-47.

Lilly, John, interviewer.  2000.  “A Pattern to Life: Folk Dancers Rush & Ruby Butcher” [Nicholas Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 58-65.

Lilly, John.  2004.  “‘A Neat Way to Live’: Vandalia Award Winner Mack Samples” [Clay Co. educator, musician, singer, dancer, author, administrator].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Spring): 10-17.

Lilly, John.  2006.  “3,000 Points of Light: Kenova’s Pumpkin House” [home to 3,000 jack-o-lanterns each Halloween, visible across the Ohio river].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 3 (Fall): 10-17.

Lilly, John.  2008.  “Making It Legal: A Visit to the Isaiah Morgan Distillery in Summersville.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 64-65.  80-proof corn whiskey, called “Southern Moon.”

Linville, Shirley.  2001.  “Memories of a Miner’s Wife: Life in Breece Coal Camp” [1920s Boone Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer): 40-43.

Little, Christy, and Jeff Little.  2005.  Parkersburg in Vintage Postcards [W. Va.].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Little, M. Ruth.  1998.  Sticks and Stones: Three Centuries of North Carolina Gravemarkers.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  328 pp.

Lloyd, Jeremy.  2009.  A Home in Walker Valley: The Story of Tremont [Townsend, Tenn.; local history; profusely illustrated].  Edited by Steve Kemp and Kent Cave.  Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Great Smoky Mountains Association.  51 pp.  Part I: Big Will Walker [1838-1919] -- Part II: End of the wilderness -- Part III: Dawn of a new day [creation of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1934].

Lockard, Duane.  2003.  “Bulltown of My Youth” [1930s Braxton Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Summer): 50-55.

Locklear, Erica Abrams.  2006.  “The Stench of a Mountain Tradition: Ramp Foodways in Appalachia.”  North Carolina Folklore Journal 53, no. 1 (Spring-Summer): 4-18.

Locklear, Erica Abrams.  2007.  “Fragrant Memories: They’ll Get Your Attention” [ramps; interview with author’s father; Leicester, N.C.].  North Carolina Folklore Journal 54, no. 1 (Spring-Summer): 12-17.

Loest, Judy.  2006.  “The Knoxville YWCA between the Wars” [built 1925; women’s activities].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 23-26.

Logan, Linda H.  2009.  Wythe County: Reflections of Farm Life Traditions.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  92 pp.  Oral  history; photos.

Long, Lucy M.  2006.  “Southern Appalachia (Western North Carolina)” [recipes: country ham, soup beans, cornbread with molasses, leather britches, greens, fried hominy, sauerkraut, fried Irish potatoes, fried apples, corn on the cob, blackberry cobbler].  In The Ethnomusicologists’ Cookbook: Complete Meals from Around the World, ed. Sean Williams, 192-196.  New York: Routledge.

Long, Lucy.  2010.  “Culinary Tourism and the Emergence of an Appalachian Cuisine: Exploring the ‘Foodscape’ of Asheville, NC” [restaurants].  North Carolina Folklore Journal 57, no. 1 (Spring-Summer): 4-19.

Lundy, Ronni, ed.  2005.  Cornbread Nation 3: Foods of the Mountain South [literary anthology of stories, poems, essays, and excerpts by 45 writers].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  Published in association with the Southern Foodways Alliance, Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi.  266 pp.  [I. PLANTING THE ESSENTIAL SEEDS: CORN AND BEANS: I offer you a gift — Marilou Awiakta / Compass for our journey — Marilou Awiakta / Cornbread communion — Sheri L. Castle / Two grandmothers — Tony Earley / A man and his beans — Sarah Fritschner / Leatherbritches — Billy C. Clark / Beating the biscuits in Appalachia: race, class, and gender politics of women baking bread — Elizabeth Engelhardt / A theory of pole beans — Nikki Giovanni / II. RAISING CONSCIOUSNESS: Where I’m from — George Ella Lyon / Raised by women — Kelly Norman Ellis / Taking stock of being Appalachian — James B. Goode / Steep — Robert Morgan / From oats to grits, mutton to pork: North British foodways in Southern Appalachia — Jim Wayne Miller / Plenty — Michael McFee / On the Appalachian Trail — Matt Lee and Ted Lee / Homesick — Diane Gilliam Fisher / The Dollmaker — Harriette Simpson Arnow / Cooked food — Roberta Bondi / Grandma's table — Steve Yarbrough / Roadside table — Michael McFee / Affrilachia — Frank X Walker / III. CULTIVATING COMMUNITY: Holy manna — Robert S. Richmond / Ramp suppers, biodiversity, and the integrity of the mountains — Mary Hufford / April in Helvetia: 1995 — Sally Schneider / A talk with Adriana Trigiani — Fred Sauceman / Two Americas, two restaurants, one town — Rebecca Skloot / The anthropology of table manners from geophagy onward — Guy Davenport / Syrup boiling — Janisse Ray / IV. THE MEAT OF THE MATTER: To the unconverted — Jake Adam York / Of possums and papaws — Joel Davis / A passion for bacon — Pete Wells / Mad squirrels and Kentuckians — Burkhard Bilger / The oyster shucker's song — David Cecelski / V. THE HARVEST: The Fruit of temptation — Frank Browning / A pawpaw primer — Colleen Anderson / Going for peaches, Fredericksburg, Texas — Naomi Shihab Nye / Tales of dough and dowry: fried pies in Tennessee — John T. Edge / The pumpkin field — William Jay Smith / Stand buy your yam: the lure of the southern produce stand — Deb Barshafsky / Farmer’s market — Marcia Camp / Of sorghum syrup, cushaws, mountain barbecue, soup beans, and black iron skillets — Fred Sauceman / A garden in Kentucky — Jane Gentry / Of fall days and harvesting, and falling in love — Jean Ritchie / VI. FOOD AND LOVE: Back to the bayou — Rick Bragg / Bill — Brad Watson / Falling for my husband — Blair Hobbs].

Lynch, Brittani.  2009.  “Help a Belly Out!: The Story of Jebby Sauce.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 4 (Winter): 38-39.  A unique barbeque sauce from the coalfields of Boone County made from an old recipe.

Lynch, Harry.  2005.  Hot Dogs from Almost Heaven: A Hot Dog Lover’s Best Friend! [80  recipes; W. Va.].  Charleston, W. Va.: Quarrier Press.  104 pp.

Lynd, Staughton.  2004.  Lucasville: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising [1993; Scioto Co., Ohio].  Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press.  244 pp.

MacFarlane, Scott.  2007.  “Divine Right’s Trip (1971): The Last Whole Earth” [by Gurney Norman].  Chap. 11 in The Hippie Narrative: A Literary Perspective on the Counterculture, by S. MacFarlane, 161-175.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.

Maiuri, Jessie Lee.  2011.  “Mom Was a Hard Worker: Remembering Jennie Bee Hall” [b. 1893; Clay Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 1 (Spring): 30-35.  The author is the 14th of 16 children of John and Jennie Hall.

Manly, Ginger.  2010.  “Federal Oversight.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 44-46.  Reflections on the author’s multi-generational history in Loudon Co., Tenn., as she contemplates the family cemetery, their one remaining bit of land not flooded in the 1970s by TVA’s Tellico Dam.

Mann, Jeff.  2007.  “One Writer’s Appreciation of Appalachian Folk Culture.”  Traditions: A Journal of West Virginia Folk Culture and Educational Awareness 10: 14-19.

Marsengill, Matthew, and Lee Garner.  1999.  “Lee Garner: Kennesaw Carver and Artist” [Ga.; reminiscences; student interview with Garner, b. 1908].  Foxfire Magazine 33 (Fall/Winter): 92-100.

Martin, Douglas D., and Perry D. Martin.  1997.  “Newport, Virginia -- A Crossroads Village” [Giles Co.].  Smithfield Review: Studies in the History of the Region West of the Blue Ridge 1: 17-36.  History of this unincorporated village five miles north of Blacksburg, founded in 1779 at a stagecoach crossroads.

Martin, Fannie Ruth.  2002.  “Fannie Ruth Martin: Still A-Dancin’!” [b. 1921; Banks Co., Ga.].  Interview by students Alicia Nicholson Aughtman and Rachel Koch.  Foxfire Magazine 36 (Fall/Winter): 83-97.

Martin, J. D.  2004.  “‘If you can’t stop, wave!!!’: J. D. Martin – His Store and Story” [b. 1922; rural general store owner, Gainesville, Ga.].  Interview by student Diana Carpenter.  Foxfire Magazine 38 (Fall/Winter): 137-151.

Martin, James E.  2009.  Feet: A Chronicle of Places My Feet Have Taken Me in Eighty Seven Years [b. 1921; W. Va.; military, working, and retirement years].  Bloomington, Ind.: Authorhouse.  236 pp.

Martin, Lois and Clarence.  2002.  “Hearts Touched and Healed” [b. 1920s, North Ga.].  Interview by student Adam Hunter.  Foxfire Magazine 36 (Spring/Summer): 3-12.

Mason, Cecelia.  2001.  “‘Old-Fashioned Things’: Yellow Springs Memories” [Hampshire Co.; family and local history].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Winter): 46-51.

Masters, Bob.  1999.  “Growing Up in Hundred: A Wetzel County Retrospective” [Hundred, W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 25 (Summer): 48-51.

Masters, Bob. 2005.  “Days at the Knights of Pythias” [1940s-50s Wetzel Co., fraternal organization]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 2 (Summer): 34-37.

Masters, Bob.  2007.  “Summers in the Brush: DOH Memories in Wetzel County” [1950s road crew].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 2 (Summersa0: 46-49.

Masters, Bob.  2009.  “As It Was in Hundred: Recalling Life in a Wetzel County Town” [1940s-50s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 4 (Winter): 48-53.

Masters, Bob.  2009.  “Sundays on Miracle Run.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 2 (Summer): 55-59.  Memories, 1940s Wetzel County farm.

Matheny, Ann Dudley.  2003.  The Magic City: Footnotes to the History of Middlesborough, Kentucky, and the Yellow Creek Valley [award winning, scholarly local history; Cumberland Gap].  Middlesboro, Ky.: Bell County Historical Society.  442 pp.

Mather, Mark.  2004.  “Households and Families in Appalachia” [tables; 1990, 2000 Census].  Demographic and Socioeconomic Change in Appalachia series.  Washington, D.C.: Appalachian Regional Commission, Online Resource Center.  44 pp.  http://www.arc.gov/research/researchreportdetails.asp?REPORT_ID=37.

Mather, Mark.  2004.  “Housing and Commuting Patterns in Appalachia” [tables; 1990, 2000 Census].  Demographic and Socioeconomic Change in Appalachia series.  Washington, D.C.: Appalachian Regional Commission, Online Resource Center.  37 pp.  http://www.arc.gov/research/researchreportdetails.asp?REPORT_ID=38.

Mathews, Garret.  2011.  Folks Are Talking: Oral Histories from the 1970s [2 sound discs; W. Va., Va.].  Evansville, Ind.: Garret Mathews.  “Oral histories of folks Garret Mathews interviewed as a young feature writer on the Bluefield, W. Va., Daily Telegraph between 1974 and 1979....An early UMW organizer, mine tragedy survivors, a bootlegger, coal camp baseball players, a female furrier who carves muskrats while eating peanut-butter sandwiches, music, and more.”  http://folksaretalking.com/.

Mathias, Frank F.  2000.  The G.I. Generation: A Memoir [b. 1925, Maysville, Ky.].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  300 pp.

Matlack, Claude Carson.  1981.  Dawn Comes to the Mountains [photographs].  Edited by Samuel W. Thomas and others.  Louisville, Ky.: George Rogers Clark Press.  128 pp.  Remarkable black & white images by Matlack (1878-1944) chronicle everyday life at Oneida, Clay County, Ky., and the Oneida Baptist Institute between 1904 and 1916.

Maurer, David, with Quinn Pearl.  [1974] 2003.  Kentucky Moonshine.  Rpt. ed.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  133 pp.

Maxey, Hucie.  2008.  “Lillybrook: The Memories Never Die.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 53-57.  Coal community, Raleigh County, 1915-1954.

May, Kathy L.  2000.  Molasses Man [juvenile fiction; making molasses; African-American Appalachians].  New York: Holiday House.  32 pp.

Maynard, Lee.  2007.  “A Letter to Amos” [encomium for the author’s father; Wayne Co. school teacher].  Traditions: A Journal of West Virginia Folk Culture and Educational Awareness 10: 26-28.

Mazak-Kabne, Jeanine.  2011.  “Small-Town Mafia: Organized Crime in New Kensington, Pennsylvania” [1960s; Allegheny-Kiski Valley].  Pennsylvania History 78, no. 4 (Autumn): 355-392.  Activity in labor unions; Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA); Mannarino organization.

Mazzio, Joann.  1998.  “Christmas in a One-Room School” [1930s Webster Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Winter): 62-63.

McCall-Dickson, Yvonne.  2005.  Transylvania County [N.C.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, SC: Arcadia.  128 pp.

McCall, Eva, and Emma Edsall.  2002.  Lucy’s Recipes for Mountain Living [N.C.; narrative recipes of the authors’ grandmother].  Fairview, N.C.: Historical Images.  87 pp.

McCallum, Barbara Beury.  2010.  Reekin’ Ramp Recipes [“wild leeks”].  Charleston, W. Va.: Quarrier Press.  71 pp.  Forty-six recipes with some introductory history and background.

McCaulley, J. C.  2008.  A Cades Cove Childhood [b. 1929; Blount Co., Tenn.].  Transcribed by Margaret Osbourne McCaulley.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  94 pp.

McClanahan, Donna.  2009.  “Balls.”  Nantahala: A Review of Writing and Photography in Appalachia 4, no. 1 (Summer/Fall): Non-Fiction section, 1528 words.  Creative meditation on trash, particularly balls, witnessed floating by on the Kentucky River.  http://nantahalareview.org/issue4-1/nonfiction4-1/MCCLANAHAN.htm.

McClung, Betty Conner.  2009.  “Magic and Memories: Recalling Noble and Louise Conner” [Charleston, 1940s-50s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 4 (Winter): 40-45.

McClung Historical Collection, Knox County Public Library System, and Knox County Two Centuries Celebration.  1992.  Two Centuries of Knox County, Tennessee: A Celebration in Photographs.  Knoxville, Tenn.: McClung Historical Collection.  217 pp.

McCrumb, Sharyn.  2011.  Sharyn McCrumb’s Appalachia: A Collection of Essays on the Mountain South.  Waverly, Tenn.: Oconee Spirit Press.  65 pp.  Contents: Keepers of the legends | A novelist looks at the land | The Celts and the Appalachians | Magic realism in Appalachia | Nora Bonesteel and the Sight | Reflections on historical fiction.

McDaniel, Douglas Stuart.  2004.  Asheville [N.C.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

McDaniel, Lynda.  2000.  “A Vision of What Can Be” [Erie, Pa.; profile of R. Benjamin Wiley, executive director, Greater Erie Community Action Committee].  Appalachia: Journal of the Appalachian Regional Commission 33 (May-August): 32-37.

McDaniel, Lynda.  2000.  “A Wealth of Accomplishments”   [Hale Co., Ala., Family Resource Center; empowerment and revitalization; African-Americans].  Appalachia: Journal of the Appalachian Regional Commission 33 (January-April): 14-21.

McDonald, Jeanne, ed.  1998.  The Voice of Memory: A Collection of Memoirs [contributed by East Tenn. seniors].  Introduction by John Rice Irwin, ix-xviii.  Knoxville, Tenn.: Knoxville Writers’ Guild.  392 pp.

McDonald, Robin.  2003.  Heart of a Small Town: Photographs of Alabama Towns [matched with literary quotations].  Foreword by Robert Gamble.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  160 pp.

McDougal, Beryle Hess.  2006.  “A Year in the Country” [1900-1989; memoir, foodways, Marion Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 38-42.  Sidebar, “What the Old Folks Say” [expressions], 43.

McElmurray, Karen Salyer.  2002.  An Appalachian Birth Mother’s Journey. [Ky.; memoir].  Athens, Ga.: Hill Street Press.  256 pp.

McElmurray, Karen Salyer.  2004.  Surrendered Child: A Birth Mother’s Journey [teen mother; adoption].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  208 pp.

McFee, Michael.  1998.  “Back Home” [Blue Ridge N.C. Piedmont and mountains].  Appalachian Heritage 26 (Spring): 13-19.

McGehee, Larry T.  2005.  Southern Seen: Meditations on Past and Present [selected weekly newspaper essays, 1982– ].  Edited by B. J. Hutto; foreword by John Egerton.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  351 pp.

McGehee, Stuart.  2001.  “Historic Coalwood” [McDowell Co. setting of Homer Hickam’s Rocket Boys (1998); sidebars by Ken Sullivan and Mark Crabtree].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer): 52-61.

McGehee, Stuart.  2003.  “The Wedding of the Bluefields” [1924 Bluefield, W. Va. and Bluefield, Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Summer): 25-29.

McIntyre, Stephen L., ed.  2012.  Springfield’s Urban Histories: Essays on the Queen City of the Missouri Ozarks [eleven essays].  Springfield, Mo.: Moon City Press.  352 pp.  Contents: Introduction: Searching for Reuben Wood Avenue / Stephen L. McIntyre.  PART ONE. THE CIVIL WAR ERA: Part One Introduction / Stephen L. McIntyre -- Quinine and Courage: The Battle of Springfield, January 8, 1863 / William Garrett Piston and John C. Rutherford -- Wild Bill Hickok, the Springfield Shootout, and the Development of the No-Duty-to-Retreat Doctrine in the Law of the “Wild West” / F. Thornton Miller.  PART TWO. THE AGE OF INDUSTRY, 1870-1945: Part Two Introduction / Stephen L. McIntyre -- Retail Rivals: Springfield’s Commercial Street versus the Public Square, 1870-1945 / Angela Wingo Miller -- Memories of Walter Majors: Searching for African American History in Springfield / Richard L. Schur -- Unrestricted Warfare: Labor and Community in the 1916-1917 Springfield Streetcar Strike / Erin M. Smither -- “Considerable Bad Feeling in this City”: Cross-Class Solidarity and Federal Power in the 1922 Springfield Frisco Shopmen’s Strike / Stephen L. McIntyre.  PART THREE. POSTWAR SPRINGFIELD, 1945-2010: Part Three Introduction / Stephen L. McIntyre -- From Zenith to Nadir: The Story of Springfield’s Largest Manufacturing Plant / Tim Knapp -- Like a Family: Kinship Perceptions of Ozarks Radio Entertainers and the Spread of Consumer Culture, 1934-1959 / Edgar D. McKinney -- “Sketchy, Vague and, to a Great Extent, Uninformed”: The Debate over Progressive Education in Springfield, 1947-1948 / Tom Dicke -- The Demise of O’Reilly Hospital and the Beginning of Evangel College, 1946-1955 / Lawrence J. Nelson -- The Creation of a Community: A History of Gay and Lesbian Springfield, 1945-2010 / Holly A. Baggett.

McKnight, Brian Dallas, Jodi Deal, and Mary B. LaLone.  2006.  Life in the Coal Camps of Wise County: In Honor of Wise County’s Sesquicentennial.  Big Stone Gap, Va.: Lonesome Pine Office on Youth.  177 pp.  Presents photographs, primarily from the archives of the Westmoreland Coal Company in the Hagley Museum and Library that were collected by students of Appalachia High School in 2004. Additional documentation, oral histories and biographical sketches provided by students of The University of Virginia’s College at Wise.  Contents: Foreword by Brian D. McKnight -- Brief history of Wise County and the coal industry / Brian D. McKnight -- Making of this book / Jodi Deal -- The Hagley Museum and Library -- Andover -- Appalachia -- Arno -- Blackwood -- Coeburn -- Cranes Nest -- Derby -- Dorchester -- Dunbar -- Exeter -- Glamorgan -- Imboden -- Inman, Linden, Laurell --- Josephine -- Keokee -- Norton -- Osaka -- Pardee -- Pine Branch -- Riverview -- Roda -- Stonega -- Sutherland -- Tacoma -- Tom's Creek -- Voices from the coal camps / Mary B. LaLone -- Nuggets.

McMillian, Don Daniel.  2003.  Huntington [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

McMurry, Sally Ann.  2001.  From Sugar Camps to Star Barns: Rural Life and Landscape in a Western Pennsylvania Community [Somerset Co., Pa.].  University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.  182 pp.

McNicholas, Lena Cantrell.  2010.  Patchwork: Pieces of Appalachia: An Appalachian Memoir in Poems, Stories and Essays [b. 1936; Pound Va.].  Buena Vista, Va.: Mariner.  115 pp.

McNichols, Lena.  2001.  “First Perm” [1950 reminiscences of forced beautification at age 13; Va.].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Winter): 20-21.

Medford, W. Clark.  [1966] 2000.  Great Smoky Mountain Stories.  Rpt. ed.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  157 pp.  Originally published: Waynesville, N.C.: Miller Printing.

Menarcheck, Bob.  2008.  Ridge Valley: Living Life in a Coal Mining Town [fiction; Connellsville, Pa.].  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse.  385 pp.  Coke industry.

Merrell, Madge.  2006.  “‘I Had to Have Had Good Genes’” [b. 1907; Jackson Co., N.C., educator].  Interview by student Samantha Fountain.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Spring/Summer): 12-23.

Messer, David R.  2007.  Ablaze in Appalachia: A Social Approach to a Forgotten Culture. Charleston, S.C.: BookSurge Publishing.  116 pp.  The author is a youth social worker and theologian.

Michael, Edwin Daryl.  2007.  “New Martinsville in the 1950s: Teen Years in a River Town” [1950s Upper Ohio Valley].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 1 (Spring): 40-45.

Miller, Hurley.  2000.  Once In a Lifetime [b. 1918; memoir; 1920s-1940s W. Va.].  Raleigh, N.C.: Pentland Press.  147 pp.

Miller, Jim Wayne.  1998.  “Afterword: From Oats to Grits, Mutton to Pork: North British Foodways in Southern Appalachia.”  In  Savory Memories, ed. L. Beattie, 153-166.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Miller, Lola Roush.  2006.  Central City [Hungington, W. Va., vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Miller, Nancy.  2002.  “Possessions Used to Create a Sense of Place by Assisted-Living Residents in Appalachia” [elderly focus groups, interviews].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 8 (Fall): 299-308.

Miller, Thurman I.  2001.  War & Work: The Autobiography of Thurman I. Miller [W. Va.; b. 1919].  Edited by David T. Miller.  Lincoln, Neb.: Writers Club Press.  236 pp.

Miller, Thurman I.  2003.  Coal Bloom [memoir, Otsego, W. Va.: 1920s-30s boyhood; WWII Marine; coal miner].  Edited by David T. Miller.  New York: iUniverse.  192 pp.

Miller, Zell.  2009.  Purt Nigh Gone: The Old Mountain Ways [Miller, b. 1932, is a former Ga. governor and U.S. Senator].  Macon, Ga.: Stroud & Hall.  171 pp.  Contents: In the beginning | The Cherokees | Gold in the hills | The way life was | Making ‘shine | Mountain food | A disappearing dialect | Old-time religion | Mountain music | Mountain humor | Whose mountains? | Appendix: 101 reasons why I live in Appalachia.

Mills, Frank.  2012.  Why Moonshine?  Rocky Mount, Va.: Franklin County Historical Society.  The author, b. 1937, is from Callaway, Virginia.  See review by Duncan Adams, Roanoke Times, 22 January 2013, http://www.roanoke.com/news/1607057-12/books-tell-tales-of-moonshine-in-franklin-county.html.

Mills, Gene.  2002.  Another Time, Another Place: Growing Up in Swannanoa, 1929-1950 [N.C.].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  102 pp.

Minick, Jim.  1996.  “The Future as a Circle: Or a Sweater and a Homestead” [essay].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 13 (Summer): 3-7.

Minick, Jim.  2003.  “Creases” [essay; orientation/navigation of the natural world].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 20, no. 2-3 (Summer/Winter): 30-31.

Minick, Jim.  2010.  “Not to Bee.”  In Motif: Come What May, an Anthology of Writings about Chance, ed. M. Worthington, 160-163.  Louisville, Ky.: Motes Books.  Detailed account of the author’s attempts to establish two honey bee hives on his Va. blueberry farm.

Mitchell, Matthew.  2005.  “‘Water from Hill to Hill’: Paint Creek Flood of 1932” [Kanawha Co.; 18 deaths]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 1 (Spring): 52-57.

Montell, William Lynwood.  2003.  Tales from Kentucky Lawyers.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  264 pp.  308 stories and cases collected from 39 judges and lawyers, mostly rural, arranged topically.  Biographies of storytellers appended.

Montell, William Lynwood.  2005.  Tales from Tennessee Lawyers.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  225 pp.  243 anecdotes arranged topically.  Biographies of storytellers appended.

Montell, William Lynwood.  2009.  Tales from Kentucky Funeral Homes.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  198 pp.  Stories and reminiscences from funeral home directors and embalmers.  Contents: Funeral and burial practices through the years | Funeral and burial folk customs | Funeral humor and mistakes | Personal practice stories | Memories of family funeral businesses | The bereaved | Biographies of storytellers.

Montell, William Lynwood.  2011.  Tales from Kentucky Sheriffs.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  290 pp.  Contents: Becoming sheriff | Arrested people’s behavior | Mentally deprived people | Law enforcement humor | Moonshine, marijuana, and meth | Major problems and significant accomplishments | Mistakes | Other sheriffs | Dangerous or fatal events | Colleagues | Biographies of storytellers.

Montrie, Chad.  2003.  “Book Review Essay: The Ambiguity of Doing Good; or, Making Change in Appalachia” [reviews Night Comes to the Cumberlands, by Harry Caudill (Jesse Stuart Foundation, 2001 rpt. of 1963); John B. Stephenson: Appalachian Humanist, edited by Thomas R. Ford and J. Randolph Osborne (Jesse Stuart Foundation, 2001); A True Man of God: A Biography of Father Ralph William Beiting, Founder of the Christian Appalachian Project, by Anthony J. Salatino (Jesse Stuart Foundation, 2001); and Challenge and Change in Appalachia: The Story of the Hindman Settlement School, by Jess Stoddart (University Press of Kentucky, 2002)].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 9 (Spring): 230-237.

Moore, Lloyd E.  [2004] 2012.  Face to Face: The Photography of Lloyd E. Moore.  Edited by Rajko Grlic.  Athens: Ohio University Press.  129 pp.  Black-and-white images of people in Ironton and Lawrence Co., Ohio.  Originally published: Athens, Oh.: Erlewine Design.

Moore, Robert M., ed.  2001.  The Hidden America: Social Problems in Rural America for the Twenty-First Century [14 chapters].  Selinsgrove, Pa.: Susquehanna University Press.  325 pp.

Moore, W. Jamie, and Jamie W. Moore.  2005.  Growing Up in Davie County: Reflections from One Hundred Years Ago [N.C.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  190 pp.

Morgan, Larry G.  2002.  Mountain Born, Mountain Molded [memoir].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  168 pp.  Well written observations of  daily life in 1940s-50s Nantahala region, Macon County, western N.C.

Morgan, Larry G.  2003.  Appalachian Mountain Memories [amusing anecdotes from Poor Valley, Va., and Nantahala, N.C.].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  118 pp.

Morgan, Robert.  2004.  “The Lunchroom Victory: A Memoir” [fifth grade, 1956 Henderson Co., N.C.].  In CrossRoads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 241-246.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Mountain Makin’s in the Smokies: A Cookbook.  [1957] 2004.  Rpt. ed.  Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association.  54 pp.  Old-timey recipes; “edited by Mary Ruth Chiles and Mrs. William P. Trotter; illustrated by Mrs. Patsy Gilbert; compiled by the wives of the Park Service employees and their friends.”

Mounts, Willard.  1997.  The Rugged Southern Appalachia Early Settlement, Early Feuds, Strikes, Drugs, Poverty, Schools, Beauty, 1700-Present. Denver, Colo: Ginwill Pub., 1997.  176 pp.

Mounts, Willard.  2010.  “We Lived Along the Railroad Tracks: My Early Years in Mingo County” [b. 1915].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 2 (Summer): 34-38.

Mowery, Rozetta.  2007.  Tragedy in Tin Can Holler [Athens, McMinn Co., Tenn. case study; family violence, murder].  Saint Augustine, Fla.: Global Authors Publications.  200 pp.

Mozier, Jeanne. 2006.  “Postcards from the Pepperoni Highway” [varieties of pepperoni rolls available along I-79].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 15-19.

Muller, Heidi.  2007.  Patchwork Dreams: Stories, Songs and History from Big Ugly Creek and Harts Creek, West Virginia [Lincoln Co.; community project; photos and oral histories].  Edited by Heidi Muller.  Charleston, W. Va.: Step by Step, Inc.  202 pp., plus two CDs.  Publication made possible through a grant from the West Virginia Humanities Council, and funding from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts and The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation.

Munske, Roberta R., and Wilmer L. Kerns, ed.  2004.  Hampshire County, West Virginia: 1754-2004.  Romney, W. Va.: Hampshire County 250th Anniversary Committee.  263 pp.

Murray, Kenneth.  2008.  A Day Before Yesterday: Appalachia.  Introduction by Roberta Herrin.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Center For Appalachian Studies and Services, East Tennessee State University.  146 pp.  Retrospective, black & white photographs, 1960s-2005.

Mutzenberg, Charles G.  [1917] 2008.  Kentucky’s Famous Feuds and Tragedies: Authentic History of the World Renowned Vendettas of the Dark and Bloody Ground.  Foreword by James C. Klotter.  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  205 pp.  “Reprint of 1917 edition; text has been reformatted, spelling and punctuation have been corrected; footnotes and an appendix of supplemental materials have been added.”  Contents: Introduction -- The great Hatfield-McCoy feud -- The Tolliver-Martin-Logan vendetta -- The French-Eversole war -- Bloody Breathitt -- Conclusion -- Appendix: Eureka Detective Agency; Charles Mutzenberg biographical timeline [1863-1931]; Advertisements from the 1917 edition.

Myers, Sylvester C.  2007.  From Coal Fields to Oil Fields: A Life in Pursuit of All I Could Be [b. 1932; W. Va. coal camp to business professional; African American]. Pittsburgh, Pa.: RoseDog Books.  315 pp.

Nardy, Jane Gibson.  2008.  Historic Tales of Cashiers, North Carolina.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.  Contents: Merry tales from Camp Merrie-Woode -- Remembering Etrulia Rice White -- Apple blossom time in Cashiers Valley -- Walter R. Tolbert, federal prohibition agent -- The Dr. Van Epp House -- Sol’s Creek School in Little Canada -- The death of Nora Deal -- Pleasant Grove School in Bull Pen -- William Norton’s daughters and the bushwhackers -- Cashiers Valley in 1877 -- Uncle Roy’s 1920 and 1921 Christmas letters -- Cashiers ghost buster -- Bird Zachary Raines and the box turtle -- October 1878 letter from T.R. Zachary to his fiancé in Georgia -- A mother’s lament -- The ace and the actress -- The ballad of Kidder Cole -- Story of the Zachary Clock -- Geneva’s Eden -- History of the Zachary Reunion -- Bountiful living in Norton, 1880 style -- Buried history at the village green -- Life in nineteenth-century western North Carolina -- Will Thomas slept here -- Before Bartram, 1767 journey of Thomas Griffith -- A picture is worth a thousand words.

Nasby, Dolly.  2004.  Charles Town [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Nasby, Dolly.  2004.  Harpers Ferry [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Nasby, Dolly.  2005.  Shepherdstown [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Nasby, Dolly.  2007.  Harpers Ferry [pictorial retrospective: buildings; Storer College; bridges; note: the author published another photo history, same title, in 2004].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  95 pp.

Neely, Jack.  1998.  Secret History: Stories About Knoxville, Tennessee II [local history]. Knoxville, Tenn.: Scruffy City Publishing.  176 pp.

Neely, Jack.  2009.  Knoxville: This Obscure Prismatic City.  American Chronicles series.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.  Anecdotal local history; essays previously published in Knoxville’s “Metro Pulse.”

Neely, Jack.  2009.  Market Square: A History of the Most Democratic Place on Earth.  Knoxville, Tenn.: Market Square District Association.  207 pp.

Nelson, Louise K.  1997.  Country Folklore, 1920s & 1930s: And That’s the Way It Was [folk customs; Haywood Co., N.C.]. Alexander, N.C.: WorldComm.  160 pp.

Nesbitt, J. Todd.  2000.  “Ethnography and Participatory Rural Appraisal in Central Appalachia” [fieldwork methodology in Pendleton and Randolph Counties., W. Va.].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 6 no. 1-2 (Spring/Fall): 49-70.

Neville, Gwen Kennedy.  2003.  “Kin-Religious Gatherings: Display for an ‘Inner Public’” [Montreat, N.C., and elsewhere].  In Southern Heritage on Display: Public Ritual and Ethnic Diversity within Southern Regionalism, ed. Celeste Ray, 130-143. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Nice, Donetta.  2001.  “Born in the Hills: Bill & Mary Moats of Preston County” [human interest interview with resourceful, elderly mountain couple].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Spring): 27-31.

Niemeyer, Lucian.  2010.  West Virginia: Mountain Air [pictorial; 160 color photos].  Atglen, Pa.: Schiffer.  128 pp.  Contents, with introductory essay for each section: Mountains and rivers -- Early humanity -- European settlement -- Statehood -- Railroads, coal, oil, gas, and timber -- Appalachia -- A tour of the state -- Mountain air.

Nighswander, Larry.  2003.  “Zip USA: Athens, Ohio” [Dawn to Dusk Project, photo essay by 114 students].  National Geographic 203 (January): 114-118.

Nixon, Genus.  2009.  “Genus Nixon: A Visit.”  Interview by Logan Finley and Thia Heater.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 3-13.  Rabun Co., Ga.; Persimmon Community; Tallulah Falls School and Railroad.

O’Brien, John. 2001.  At Home in the Heart of Appalachia [W. Va.; memoir].  New York: Knopf.  288 pp.  Weatherford Award winner.

O’Bryant, Jeff.  2009.  A Brief History of Catoosa County: Up Into the Hills [Ga.; site of Cherokee Removal and the Civil War Battle of Chickamauga].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  157 pp.

O’Dell, Earlene Rather.  2000.  The Flavour of Home: A Southern Appalachian Family Remembers [foodways, recipes].  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  302 pp.

O’Donnell, Kevin E.  2009.  Historic Photos of Appalachia.  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing Co.  205 pp.  Nearly 200 captioned images from special collections at East Tennessee State University and Appalachian State University.  Contents: An American Region Industrialized (1870-1899) -- Tourism, Education, Modernization, and the Great War (1900-1919) -- Boom, Bust, and Dams (1920-1939) -- Highways, Revivalism, and Coal-Country Poverty (1940-1970).

O’Hanlon-Lincoln, Ceane.  2004.  County Chronicles: A Vivid Collection of Fayette County, Pennsylvania Histories [72 informed local history accounts].  Chicora, Pa.: Mechling Bookbindery.  419 pp.

O’Hanlon-Lincoln, Ceane.  2006.  County Chronicles: A Vivid Collection of Pennsylvania Histories [20 informed local history accounts].  County Chronicles, vol. 2.  Chicora, Pa.: Mechling Bookbindery.  276 pp.

O’Shields, Ashley.  2005.  “‘Paw’: An Interview with My Grandpa, J. P. Speed” [b. 1931, Clayton, Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 39 (Spring/Summer): 34-45.

Obermiller, Phillip J., and Robert L. Ludke.  2012.  “Appalachia and Its Aging Cohort: An Early Warning System for American Aging?”  Aging Today 33, no. 5 (September/October): 1-14.

Offutt, Chris.  2002.  No Heroes: A Memoir of Coming Home [Ky.; cf. Offutt’s 1993 memoir, The Same River Twice].  New York: Simon & Schuster.  288 pp.

Oglesby, Carl.  2012.  “Catfishing in South Carolina” [memoir; 1935-2011].  Appalachian Heritage 40, no. 1 (Winter): 74-87.

Olson, Ted, and Anthony P. Cavender, ed.  2009.  A Tennessee Folklore Sampler: Selections from the “Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin”, 1935-2009.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, published in cooperation with the Tennessee Folklore Society.  429 pp.  Contents: PART 1: MATERIAL FOLK CULTURE: Illicit Whiskey Making / Charles S. Pendleton -- Basketmakers of Cannon County: An Overview / Lawrence Alexander -- The Vanishing Art of Cooking Table-Grade Sorghum Molasses / Ben S. Austin -- Dale Calhoun and the Reelfoot Lake Boat / Robert Cogswell -- Further Reading in Material Culture.  PART 2: FOLK MEDICINE – FOLK REMEDIES: T. J. Farr -- Folk Medicine in McMinn, Polk, Bradley, and Meigs Counties, Tennessee, 1910–1927 / Grady M. Long -- Folk Veterinary Medicine in Upper East Tennessee / Rosemary Brookman -- Further Reading in Folk Medicine.  PART 3: FOLK BELIEFS AND PRACTICES: A Collection of Middle Tennessee Superstitions / Neal Frazier -- Switching for Water / E. G. Rogers -- Witchlore and Ghostlore in the Great Smokies / Joseph S. Hall -- Some West Tennessee Superstitions about Conjurers, Witches, Ghosts, and the Devil / Anna Lett -- Further Reading in Folk Beliefs.  PART 4: CUSTOMS: The Shivaree / Frances Boshears -- Historic Egg Fight / Allison Yeager -- Social Activities Associated with Two Rural Cemeteries in Coffee County, Tennessee / Donald B. Ball -- Shooting the Anvil / Bill Harrison and Charles K. Wolfe -- Further Reading in Customs.  PART 5: PLAY AND RECREATION LORE: Children’s Games and Amusements in Sumner County in the Good Ol’ Days / Martha Freedle -- “Let’s Go Hunting”: A Nursery Song and Its Background / West Livaudais -- Cockfighting in East Tennessee and western North Carolina / Charles R. Gunter Jr. -- Further Reading in Play and Recreation Lore.  PART 6: FOLK SPEECH: Riddles from West Tennessee / Herbert Halpert -- Pert Nigh Almost: Folk Measurement / Kelsie B. Harder -- Does Tennessee Have Three “Grand” Dialects?: Evidence from the Linguistic Atlas of the Gulf States / Michael Montgomery -- Further Reading in Folk Speech.  PART 7: LEGENDS: The Hanging of Mary, a Circus Elephant / Thomas G. Burton -- Champ Ferguson: A Legacy of Blood / Linda C. White -- Twentieth-Century Aspects of the Bell Witch / Teresa Ann Bell Lockhart -- Davy Crockett, David Crockett, and Me: A Personal Journey through Legend into History / Michael A. Lofaro -- Further Reading in Tennessee Legends.  PART 8: FOLK BALLAD AND SONG: McDonald Craig’s Blues: Black and White Traditions in Context / W. H. Bass -- “Jim Bobo’s Fatal Ride”: A Study in Progress of a Tennessee Ballad / Debra Moore -- Successes of the “Spirit” / Kip Lornell -- The Lion’s Share: Scottish Ballads in Southern Appalachia / Thomas G. Burton -- Further Reading in Folk Ballad and Song.  PART 9: FOLK MUSIC: INSTRUMENTAL TRADITIONS AND FOLK MUSIC COLLECTING: The Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer Enigma / Charles Faulkner Bryan -- John Wesley Work III: Field Recordings of Southern Black Folk Music, 1935–1942 / Bruce Nemerov -- J. W. and Don Gallagher, Master Guitar Craftsmen / David J. Brown -- Tennessee Music Box: History, Mystery, and Revival / Sandy Conatser and David Schnaufer -- Further Readings in Folk Music: Instrumental Traditions and Folk Music Collecting.  PART 10: FOLK COMMUNITIES: The Traditions of Cocke County / Mildred Haun -- Free Hill: An Introduction / Elizabeth Peterson and Tom Rankin -- Further Reading in Folk Communities -- Epilogue: Current Attitudes toward Folklore / Donald Davidson.

Olson, Ted.  1998.  Blue Ridge Folklife.  Folklife in the South Series.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  211 pp.

Osborne, David.  2006.  An Appalachian Childhood [b. 1943; memoir; Portsmouth, Oh.].  Savannah, Ga.: Williams & Co.  266 pp.

Osborne, Roger, comp., ed.  2002.  Voices from Appalachia [stories, poems, reflections].  Bloomington, Ind.: 1st Books Library.  110 pp.

Osborne, Roger.  1999.  Pilgrimage to an Appalachian Mining Camp [b. 1936, Wharton, W. Va.; biography; Green Co., Oh.].  Dayton, Oh.: Our Common Heritage.  215 pp.

Osthaus, Carl R.  2004.  “The Work Ethic of the Plain Folk: Labor and Religion in the Old South” [incl. Lowcountry, piedmont, backcountry, frontier].  Journal of Southern History 70 (November): 745-782.

Otterbein, Keith F.  2000.  “Five Feuds: An Analysis of Homicides in Eastern Kentucky in the Late Nineteenth Century.”  American Anthropologist 102 (June): 231-243.

Overbay, DruAnna Williams.  2005.  Windows on the Past: The Cultural Heritage of Vardy, Hancock County, Tennessee [oral histories; 1920s-1950s].The Melungeons: History, Culture, Ethnicity, & Literature.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.  225 pp.

Owens, Edgar.  2007.  “Front Porch Stories” [b. 1925; early years in Rabun Co., Ga.; WWII].  Interview by granddaughter Alex Owens.  Foxfire Magazine 41 (Spring/Summer): 28-44.

Owens, Jack.  2001.  “Hollow Journey” [McDowell Co., W. Va.; return trip memories of 1940s/50s coal camp of author’s youth].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 18 (Winter): 11-14.

Ozersky, Josh.  2012.  Colonel Sanders and the American Dream.  Austin: University of Texas Press.  144 pp.  Biography of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder, Harland Sanders (1890-1980).

Pack, Clyde Roy.  2002.  Muddy Branch: Memories of an Eastern Kentucky Coal Camp.  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  256 pp.

Pack, Glenna R.  [1995] 2005.  Cookin’ in a Coal Camp [W. Va.; recipe variety, quick and easy to prepare].  Charleston, W. Va.: G.R. Pack.  82 pp.  Addendum: “‘Household Hints’: Tips to Remedy This of That in the Household,” 38 pp.

Painter, Jacqueline Burgin.  2006.  The Stackhouses of Appalachia: Even to Our Own Times [Western N.C., Quaker family history].  Asheville, N.C.: Grateful Steps.  421 pp.

Parker, H. Jane.  1992.  “Engendering Identity(s) in a Rural Arkansas Ozark Community.”  Anthropological Quarterly 65 (July): 148-155.  Special issue: Negotiating Identity in Southeastern U.S. Uplands.

Parmer, David.  2012.  Tales of Old Orlando: A Forgotten Railroad Town [W. Va.].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  396 pp.  Exhaustive, engaging local history of this central W. Va. town which straddles Lewis and Braxton Counties; the author is a retired lawyer; 300 photos.

Parmer, David.  2012.  Uncle Zeke: The Bard of Buzzard Town.  Parsons, W.Va: McClain Printing.  182 pp.  Patrick Newton Blake (1867-1951), newspaper columnist, Braxton and Lewis Counties.

Parsons, Darlene Irvin.  2007.  The Parsons Pioneers [Tucker Co., W. Va.; history, genealogy].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  250 pp.

Parsons, Penny, Ken Beck, and Jim Clark.  1997.  The Bluegrass Music Cookbook [recipes, photos, and biographies of artists, past and present]. Winston-Salem: John F. Blair.  251 pp.

Parton, Willadeene.  1996.  Smoky Mountain Memories: Stories from the Hearts of the Parton Family.  Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press.  229 pp.

Patterson, Christine P., and Wilma Dykeman.  1996.  Haunting Memories: Echoes and Images of Tennessee’s Past [36 hand-tinted photographs matched with evocative, poetic text].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  76 pp.

Patton, Paul W.  2003.  Rix Mills Remembered: An Appalachian Boyhood [Muskingum Co., Ohio; 100 folk artist paintings of 1920s-30s village life, with narrative – now erased by strip mining].  Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.  186 pp.

Pauley, Lawrence Lyman.  2000.  Mud River Tales: A Collection of Stories in Rhyme, with illustrations by the author [1930s memoir; Hamlin, Lincoln Co., W. Va.].  Huntington, W. Va.: Discovery Press.  118 pp.

Paying Tribute.  2002.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Winter): 1-44.

Payne, Dale.  2009.  Pictorial History of Paint Creek: 1750’s-1950’s [W. Va.].  North Kansas City, Mo.: Technical Communication Services.  336 pp.  “History of the towns, the early settlers, the mine wars, the 1932 flood.”

Payne, Dale.  2010.  Fayette County: The Early Years: Late 1800’s - Early 1900’s [W. Va. coal mining towns].  Benton Harbor, Mich.: Patterson Printing.  327 pp.  “A Photographic journey back to the early days of Fayette County with a brief history of each town visited.”

Payne, Dale.  2011.  Vintage Fayette County: Images of the Past [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Benton Harbor, Mich.: Patterson Printing.  249 pp.

Payne, Norma.  2009.  “Christmas in a One-Room School” [author’s mother, b. 1930; Barbour Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 4 (Winter): 54-55.

Pearce, John Ed.  [1994] 2010.  Days of Darkness: The Feuds of Eastern  Kentucky.  Rpt. ed.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  227 pp.

Peine, Emelie K., and Kai A. Schafft.  2012  “Moonshine, Mountaineers, and Modernity: Distilling Cultural History in the Southern Appalachian Mountains” [Cocke Co., Tenn.].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 18, no. 1-2 (Spring-Fall): 93-112.

Pemberton, Robert L.  [1929] 2002.  A History of Pleasants County, West Virginia.  Rpt. ed.  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company.  272 pp.  Orginally published, St. Mary’s, W. Va.: Oracle Press.

Pendarvis, Edwina D.  2008.  Raft Tide and Railroad: How We Lived and Died: Collected Memories and Stories of an Appalachian Family and Its Seventh Son.  Ashland, Ky.: Blair Mountain Press.  207 pp.  Ky., Va., W. Va.; Donald T. Johnson family.

Penix, Amanda Griffith.  2007.  Arthurdale [W. Va.; first New Deal Homestead Community, 1933; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Perry, Woodrow.  2011.  “Life on Perry Ridge: Memories of a Wayne County Family.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 4 (Winter): 36-41.  The author, b. 1940, was the seventh of ten children.

Peters, Charles Jack.  2001.  “The Life of a Farm” [Vandergrift, Westmoreland Co., Pa.; tracing 18th-century beginnings].  Western Pennsylvania History 84 (Spring): 22-33.

Pettry, Danny.  2012.  150 Wonderful Things You Should Know About West Virginia: A Celebration of the 150th Anniversary of West Virginia.  Beckley, W.Va: DannyPettry.com.  147 pp.  Includes references but no index.

Peyton, Billy Joe.  2010.  Charleston [W. Va. state capital; vintage photos].  Then & Now series. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  95 pp.

Phillips, Anna.  2005.  “‘Startin’ on the Next Hundred Years’: An Interview with Ernest Vinson” [b. 1904; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 39 (Fall/Winter): 104-110.

Phillips, Cynthia A.  2005.  Tucker County [W. Va.; vintage photos]. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Phillips, Jayne Anne.  2008.  “West Virginia.”  In State by State: A Panoramic Portrait of America, ed. M. Weiland, and S. Wilsey, 487-500.  New York: Ecco.  Personal essay in a book of essays modeled after 1930s Federal Writers Project guides.

Piacentino, Ed.  2011.  “Ham Jones, North Carolina Backwoods Humorist, and the Art of ‘Democratic Elbow-Rubbing’.”  Mississippi Quarterly 64, no. 1-2 (Winter-Spring): 59-74.

Pickett, Suzanne.  1998.  Hot Dogs for Thanksgiving: A Memoir [Depression-era Alabama; coal miner family].  Montgomery, Ala.: Black Belt Press.  190 pp.

Picturing West Virginia: A Century of Collecting by the West Virginia State Archives, 1905-2005 [150 selected b&w photographs profile the state].  2005. Charleston: West Virginia Division of Culture and History.  120 pp.

Pittman, Margie J.  2012.  Coal Camp Teens: Proud Creekers.  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse.  143 pp.  Stories of growing up in 1950s-60s Campbell’s Creek, W. Va.

Pittman, Patsy Evans.  2011.  Pocket Change [biography, W. Va., inspirational vignettes].  Terra Alta, W.Va: Headline Books.  75 pp.

Pittsburgh, 1758-2008 [archival photos].  2008.  By the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Contents: 1. A wilderness fort and early settlement: 1758-1815 -- 2. A city’s first steps, then disaster: 1816-1845 -- 3. Pittsburgh rebuilds and expands: 1846-1859 -- 4. The Civil War and the Iron City: 1860-1879 -- 5. The gilded age of industry: 1880-1899 -- 6. A new century, a world war: 1900-1919 -- 7. A skyscraper university grows in Oakland: 1920-1939 -- 8. Another world war and a renaissance: 1940-1959 -- 9. Civil unrest and title teams: 1960-1979 -- 10. Big steel falls, high-tech rises: 1980-2008.

Poling, Newton L.  2002.  “Growing Up in a Family Store” [Philippi, W. Va.; 1920-33].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Spring): 45-49.

Poling, Warren.  2006.  “Slim Bosely and His Outhouse” [1905-1992; Barbour Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 52-55.

Pope, Douglas W.  2009.  “Confessions of a Half-Assed Reformed Alcoholic.”  Nantahala: A Review of Writing and Photography in Appalachia 4, no. 1 (Summer/Fall): Non-Fiction section, 3746 words.  Creativenonfiction; dysfunctional college dropout.  http://nantahalareview.org/issue4-1/nonfiction4-1/POPE.htm.

Portelli, Alessandro.  2002.  “We Were Poor But... How Appalachians and Italians Look at Poverty.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Spring): 31-35.

Powell, Katrina M.  2007.  The Anguish of Displacement: The Politics of Literacy in the Letters of Mountain Families in Shenandoah National Park [1930s Va.; 300 handwritten letters; eminent domain relocation].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia.  212 pp.

Powers, James, and Terry Baldridge.  2008.  Ashland [Ky., photo-retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Boyd County; Ohio River.

Prather, Paul.  2009.  A Memory of Firelight: Selected Columns from the Lexington Herald-Leader [2002-2008; religion, spirituality].  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  176 pp.

Prichard, James M.  2009.  “The Devil at Large: Anse Hatfield’s War” [Hatfield-McCoy feud origins].  In Virginia at War, 1863, ed. W. Davis and J. Robertson, 55-84.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Priest, Karl.  2006.  “Over the Hill Is Out: Baseball in the Projects” [1955-56 Charleston; public housing boys].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life  32, no. 2 (Summer): 46-51.

Pritt, Troy Wye, and Troy Lynn Pritt.  2008.  Troy Wye Pritt in His Own Words: Oral History, 1916-2005, Elkins, West Virginia.  Wilmar, Ark.: Mtnpride Books.  202 pp.

Probasco, Susan Elizabeth.  2011.  “Miss Lillibelle, Moonshine, and Midnight at the Crystal Café: Remembrances of a Southeast Arkansas Culture-Scape.”  In Museums and Memory: Selected Papers from the Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society, Staunton, Virginia, March, 2008, ed. M. Huber, 181-195.  Knoxville, Tenn.: Newfound Press.  The author takes direction from Kathleen Stewart’s A Space on the Side of the Road: Cultural Poetics in Another America (1996) in these four narratives.

Pross, Lester.  2000.  “November 9, 1947” [heirloom letter from new professor, Berea College].  Appalachian Heritage 28 (Fall): 7-12.

Pruitt, Beth.  2005.  “Traveling with the Lord: From the Journals of Claudine Palmer Cantrell” [1920-2004; Ga.].  Foxfire Magazine 39 (Spring/Summer): 46-69.

Puckett, Anita.  2000.  Seldom Ask, Never Tell: Labor and Discourse in Appalachia.  Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics, no. 25.  New York: Oxford University Press.  309 pp.  “Puckett takes a new look at the relationship between language, society, and economics, by examining how people talk about work in a rural Appalachian community. Through analysis of conversations in casual yet commercial contexts, she finds that the construction and maintenance of this discourse is essential to socio-economic relationships.”  Contents: Note on Transcription -- 1. Introduction: “I am just a simple man”-- 2. Possessive Constructions and Linguistic-Economics: “Whose girl are you?” -- 3. Participant Frameworks Indexed by Requesting Discourse: “That’s not right” --  4. “Volunteerins,” Direct “Askins,” and Optional Uses of Nonimperative Requesting Discourse: “You shouldn’t have to ask for that” -- 7. “Helpin Somebody Out”: Imperatives in Task Situations: “Hey, Claude, hand me that rope” -- 8. “Doin for Somebody”: Orders and Imperatives: “You should a done this and you should a done that” -- 9. Conclusion: “The way we do things is different” -- Appendix A: Participants -- Appendix B: Summary of Daily Activities.

Pulling, Anne Frances.  2000.  Northern Cambria [Cambria Co., Pa.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Coal mining center; Allegheny Mountains.

Purcell, Aaron D.  2012.  “A Mountain Country.”  Journal of East Tennessee History 84, (January 2012): 1-2.

Quigley, Martha Hall.  2000.  Hazard, Perry County [Ky.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Images were culled from the collection of Bobby Davis Museum and Park, Hazard, Ky., and cover 1910s-1950s.

Quigley, Martha Hall.  2006.  Railroading Around Hazard and Perry County [Ky.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Quillen, Robert.  2008.  The Voice of Small-Town America: The Selected Writings of Robert Quillen, 1920-1948.  Edited by John Hammond Moore.  Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.  321 pp.  Fountain Inn, S.C., newspaper editor.

Rae, Kelley.  1999.  “Our Bars” [Mineral Co., W. Va., bar culture].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 16 (Summer): 28-31.

Rae, Kelley.  2001.  “Blue Beach” [W. Va.; family camp on the South Branch of the Potomac; creative nonfiction essay].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 18 (Spring): 25-29.

Raised Up in the Mountains: The Youth of Appalachia.  2003.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 20 (Spring): 1-40.

Rakes, Paul H.  2011.  “Waiting for the Ride: The Automobile and the Southern West Virginia Coalfields: A Memoir.”  In Anthology of Appalachian Writers: Bobbie Ann Mason, Vol. III, ed. S. Shurbutt, 72-76.  Shepherdstown, W. Va.: Shepherd University.

Ramps: The Cookbook: Cooking with the Best Kept Secret of the Appalachian Trail [wild leeks].  2012.  Introduction by Glen Facemire.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: St. Lynn’s Press.  114 pp.  Fifty ramp recipes and photos from well-known chefs.

Raskin, Hanna.  2009.  “Latter-Day Corn Likkers” [moonshine].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.2 (Fall/Winter): 45-47.  Sidebar: three cocktails made with moonshine.

Rasmussen, Thomas Houser.  2009.  Ox Cart to Automobile: Social Change in Western New York [Allegany Co.].  Lanham, Md.: University Press of America.  195 pp.  Contents: Organizing ideas: central place and prisoner’s dilemma -- Distance, elevation and early settlement decisions -- Making farms and raising crops 1810-1850 -- The Western New York farm at mid-century -- Dairy farming, commerce and rural industry 1865-1900 -- The automobile and rural decline: 1900-1950 -- Life in a barely agricultural Western New York: 1950-present.

Ray, Boyd S.  1996.  Blue Mountains & Green Valleys: Stories from Upper East Tennessee [27 local stories and anecdotes].  Kearney, Neb.: Morris Publishing.  105 pp.

Ray, Janisse.  2003.  Wild Card Quilt: Taking a Chance on Home [Baxley, Ga.; biography; by the author of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood (1999)].  Minneapolis, Minn.: Milkweed Editions.  308 pp.

Reed, Dale Volberg, and John Shelton Reed, ed.  2008.  Cornbread Nation 4: The Best of Southern Food Writing.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  308 pp.  Fifty-four short essays, poems, and recipes including: The South’s love affair with soft drinks / Tom Hanchett -- The Moon Pie: a Southern journey / William Ferris -- Mountain dogs / Fred Sauceman -- Let us now praise fabulous cooks [White Trash Cooking] / John T. Edge -- Molly mooching on Bradley Mountain [W. Va.; mushrooms] / Mary Hufford -- Making a mess of poke / Dan Huntley -- Something special [cornmeal] / Carroll Leggett -- Cornbread in buttermilk; Salt; and Pork skins [3 poems] / Michael McFee -- By the silvery shine of the moon / Jim Myers -- Dennis Water Cress [Huntsville, Ala.] / Christopher Lang -- Frank Stitt [Birmingham, Ala.] / Pat Conroy.

Reed, Jeannie.  1996.  “I Wannabe a Real Mountain Woman” [growing up in Appalachian Va.].  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Summer): 19-22.

Reighley, Kurt B.  2010.  United States of Americana: Backyard Chickens, Burlesque Beauties, and Handmade Bitters: A Field Guide to the New American Roots Movement.  New York: Harper Paperbacks.  244 pp.  “A vivid survey of how and why young urban Americans are finding inspiration in Americana and the cultural traditions of an earlier time in many areas of contemporary life.”

Reuther, Galen, and Lu Ann Welter.  2005.  Hendersonville [N.C.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Rice, Oliver.  2011.  “Pickin’ and Preachin’” [Rabun Co., Ga.].  Interview by Jesse Owens.  Foxfire Magazine 45, no. 3-4 (Fall-Winter): 68-73.  Student interview with bluegrass-gospel playing preacher, Oliver Rice.

Richardson, Jerry.  1996.  “Growing Up in Lynch” [Ky. coal camp].  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Summer): 12-15.

Risley, Eleanor De La Vergne (1867-1945).  [1930] 2004.  The Road to Wildcat: A Tale of Mountain Alabama [1920s travel encounters with mountaineers].  Introduction by Carroll Viera.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  266 pp.  Originally published serially in the Atlantic Monthly in 1928 and 1929 and then in book form by Little, Brown, and Company in 1930.

Robe-Terry, Anna Lee.  1997.  Bootstraps and Biscuits: 300 Wonderful Wild Food Recipes from the Hills of West Virginia.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  189 pp.

Robertson, Campbell.  2012.  “Yesterday’s Moonshiner, Today’s Microdistiller.”  New York Times, 21 February, 10(A).  1,064 words.  Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton died 2009 at age 62 in Cocke County, Tenn., where microdistilling is now legal.  Mr. Sutton was a principal figure in a Discovery Channel TV series on moonshiners.  http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/21/us/popcorn-suttons-whiskey-once-moonshine-is-now-legal.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0.

Robson, Houghton.  2007.  “Soap Box Derby 1937” [Patrick Street Bridge, Charleston].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 2 (Summer): 50-51.

Romano, Judy Bowen.  2011.  South Charleston [W. Va., vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  In the past nicknamed “Chemical City” [the title of a 1991 Appalshop docmentary by Mimi Pickering and Anne Lewis about Union Carbide] due to its chemical plants along the Kanawha River; also site of the state’s second largest Adena burial mound.

Romano, Mark.  2002.  Webster: A Pictorial History of Webster County 2002 [W. Va.].  Cowen, W. Va.: M. Romano.  340 pp.

Romano, Mark.  2004.  A Pictorial History of Nicholas County [W. Va.; profusely illustrated].  Cowen, W. Va.: M. Romano.  400 pp.

Romano, Mark.  2006.  “Bergoo, the Town” [timber/coal/railroad center on the Elk River, named for the wild game stew, burgoo].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 1 (Spring): 34-37.

Rose, Jessamine.  2010.  Don’t Let the Secret Out [child abuse; b. 1937; Harlan Co., Ky.].  Brandenburg, Ky.: Bearhead Publishing.  113 pp.

Rose, Nicole.  2006.  “Blackberry Tales” [picking blackberries; Pocahontas Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life  32, no. 2 (Summer): 52-55.

Rosenberg, Debra.  2001.  “How One Town Got Hooked” [Hazard, Ky.; OxyContin addiction].  Newsweek, 9 April, 48-51.

Ross, Deborah McHenry.  2007.  “Decoration Day” [Knight cemetery; 1960s Braxton Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 1 (Spring): 32-33.

Rowland, Tim.  2009.  Maryland’s Appalachian Highlands: Massacres, Moonshine, & Mountaineering.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.  Contents: The mountains’ rocky beginning | Native Americans exit the hills | Settlers face an uphill battle | Maryland’s Daniel Boone | A road pierces the wilderness | The mountains get to work | War at the summit | A tale of two monuments | The ghosts of the gap | The industrial revolution takes a break | The Army channels its inner intelligence | What prohibition? | The mountains at play.

Rowley, Matthew B.  2007.  Moonshine!: Recipes, Tall Tales, Drinking Songs, Historical Stuff, Knee-Slappers, How to Make It, How to Drink It, Pleasin’ the Law, Recoverin’ the Next Day.  New York: Sterling.  175 pp.

Rubin, Rachel.  2006.  “‘The Anti-Slavery Act of 2002’: An Interview with Si Kahn” [songwriter and organizer].  Chap. 12 in Radicalism in the South since Reconstruction, ed. C. Green, R. Rubin, and J. Smethurst, 239-253.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Rudder, Marie Tuller.  1999.  Memories From the Heart: Growing Up In the Foothills of Appalachia [Laurel Co., Ky.].  London, Ky.: Janze Publicatons.  154 pp.

Rule, Bernadette.  2006.  “The Chicken House” [memoir, 1950s, “Chickasaw territory,” Ala.-Miss.(?)].  In CrossRoads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 299-305.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Rusher, James Thomas.  2003.  Until He is Dead: Capital Punishment in Western North Carolina History.  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  246 pp.

Rutherford, Justine Felix.  2002.  Rough Lumber: Stories from Spurlock Creek [Depression-era W. Va.].  San Jose, Calif.: Writers Club Press (iUniverse).  143 pp.

Rutherford, Justine Felix.  2005.  Wild Mustard: Flavorful Characters, Opinions, and Recipes from Spurlock Creek [Depression-era Cabell Co., W. Va.].  Huntington, W. Va.: Mid-Atlantic Highlands Publishing.  158 pp.

Rutherford, Justine Felix.  2012.  Root Jumper: Stories from the “Hills and Hollers” of West Virginia.  Bloomington, Ind.: iUniverse.  82 pp.  Memoir; growing up on a farm on Spurlock Creek in Depression-era, 1930s Cabell County.

Sale, Anna.  2005.  “‘Bus on a Rock’: Bruiser Cole’s Camp at Gauley Bridge” [Greyhound bus/ fishing camp; Fayette Co.]. Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 4 (Winter): 36-42.

Salsi, Lynn.  2007.  Voices from the North Carolina Mountains: Appalachian Oral Histories [six mountaineers living traditional lifestyles].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  127 pp.  Contents: Amy Michels: banjo picker, fowl farmer and coon hunter / Glenn Bolick: sawmill man, potter, singer and songwriter / Robert Dotson: champion flatfooter, dance caller and ‘baccer farmer / Ora Watson: champion fiddler, dancer and entertainer/ Eula Ross Osborne: farmer, lacemaker and Grandma’s darlin’ / Clyde Lewis: turkey farmer, blues musician and milkman.

Samples, Mack.  2012.  “Hope and Success in Corton” [Kanawha Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 4 (Winter): 56-61.  1930s-1960s profile of this Elk River Valley community that “grew up around a large natural gas pumping station.”

Sanford, Michael.  2006.  “Aunt Mary’s Slick Tomato Bake” [i.e., okra; recipe].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 1 (Spring): 62-63.

Sauceman, Fred.  2005.  “A Smelly Business But Good” [ramps and Eastern Cherokees]. In Crossroads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 39-49.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Sauceman, Fred W.  2006.  “‘Kentucky’s Soft Drink’ Turns 80: Gingery Refresher Produced by 104-Year-Old Family Business Has Scandinavian Origins” [Ale-8-One, Winchester, Ky.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 1 (Spring): 60-61.

Sauceman, Fred W.  2006.  “Appalachian Foodways.”  In The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 7: Foodways, ed. J. Edge, 18-22.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Sauceman, Fred W.  2006.  The Place Setting: Timeless Tastes of the Mountain South, from Bright Hope to Frog Level.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.  210 pp.  Columnist’s profiles of foodways in 58 locales, and 17 recipes from Tenn., N.C., and Va.

Sauceman, Fred.  2007.  “A Smelly Business but Good” [cooking ramps, as a Cherokee tradition; N.C.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 69-72.  Sidebar: “The First Family of Ramps” [festival; recipe], 73-74.

Sauceman, Fred.  2007.  “Boiled Peanuts and the Bonds of Family.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 78-79.

Sauceman, Fred.  2007.  “Bright Hope” [1960s frog-hunting forays, Greene Co., Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 75-77.

Sauceman, Fred W.  2007.  The Place Setting: Timeless Tastes of the Mountain South, from Bright Hope to Frog Level: Second Serving [cookbook].  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.  255 pp.  Contents: Pioneers and practitioners | Baklava in beanland: immigrant influences in Appalachia | Waterfront fare | Fancy digs | From the sugar sack | Loaf and linger.

Sauceman, Fred.  2008.  “Dr. Enuf: A New Age Nutraceutical with a Patent Medicine Pedigree.”  Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 64, no. 1 (Spring): 1-7.  Tri-City Beverage bottling facility, Johnson City, Tenn., “...the nation’s first carbonated, vitamin-enriched soft drink...promoted as a curative.”

Sauceman, Fred.  2008.  “The Fabric of War” [Greenville, Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 77-79.  Memoir: author’s father at Battle of the Bulge; mother working for war effort at Southern Garment Corporation; Italian Gualano family’s comfort gift of recipes to Greenville.

Sauceman, Fred.  2009.  “Inside Mario’s Fishbowl” [legendary WVU tavern].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.2 (Fall/Winter): 35-37.

Sauceman, Fred W.  2009.  The Place Setting: Timeless Tastes of the Mountain South, from Bright Hope to Frog Level: Thirds [cookbook].  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.  250 pp.

Sauceman, Fred W., ed.  2010.  “High on the Alabama Hog” [barbecue restaurants].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 25-27.

Sauceman, Fred W., ed.  2010.  Cornbread Nation 5: The Best of Southern Food Writing. Athens: University of Georgia Press.  314 pp.  Seventy-two short essays, poems, and recipes including: Gratitiude: May / Barbara Kingsolver -- Corn as a way of life / Loyal Jones -- Between the rows with both hands: bean picking in Northeast Tennessee / Margaret Carr -- Onion medicine / Anthony Cavender -- Coveted, French, and now in Tennessee [truffles] / Molly O’Neill -- Mulling over mull: a North Georgia foodways localism [soup] / Charles C. Doyle -- So long, White Lily [Knoxville; White Lily Flour] / Jack Neely -- What happened to poor man’s pâté ? [N.C.; livermush] / Chuck Shuford -- Malabsorption Syndrome [poem] / Marianne Worthington -- Platters and permanence walk and talk a-plenty at Spartanburg’s Beacon [Drive-In] / Susan Shelton -- Dr. Enuf: a New Age nutraceutical with a patent medicine pedigree [Tri-City Beverage, Johnson City, Tenn.] / Fred W. Sauceman.

Sauceman, Fred.  2010.  “Interview with Fred Sauceman.”  Still: The Journal, no. 4 (Fall).  3,633 words.  “Fred Sauceman, a native of Greeneville, Tennessee, is...Associate Professor of Appalachian Studies at East Tennessee State University, where he teaches a course entitled ‘The Foodways of Appalachia’ and edits Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine.”  http://www.stilljournal.net/fred-sauceman-interview.php.

Sauceman, Fred.  2011.  “Scoring with Mettwurst and Beans” [Knoxville, Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 47-48.  Still an “anchor” to the menu at the Old College Inn which opened in 1939 as Brownies.

Scarboro, Bob, and Mike Goodson.  2004.  Etowah County [northeast Ala.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Schacht, Matthew.  2008.  “Freeing Families: Non-Profits in Northeast Tennessee Help Families Fight Cycle of Recidivism.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 24, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 51-54.  Losing a parent to incarceration.

Schraff, Marilyn Thornton.  2010.  Appalachian Childhood: Memories of Growing Up in Rural Southern Ohio During the Mid 20th Century [Lawrence Co.].  Cleveland, Oh..: M.T. Schraff.  220 pp.

Schramm, Robert W.  2004.  Moundsville [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Schurer, S. M.  2003.  “H. Winslow Fegley and the FSA in Pennsylvania: Agenda and Context” [1930s photographs, Farm Security Administration].  Pennsylvania History 70 (Summer): 269-286.

Schwaner, Shawn L., and Thomas J. Keil.  2003.  “Internal Colonization, Folk Justice, and Murder in Appalachia: The Case of Kentucky” [Eastern Ky.; examines cultural predictors of homicide].  Journal of Criminal Justice 31 (May): 279-287.

Scott, Shaunna L.  1995.  Two Sides to Everything: The Cultural Construction of Class Consciousness in Harlan County, Kentucky.  SUNY Series in Oral and Public History.  Albany: State University of New York.  259 pp.

Scott, Shaunna L.  1996.  “Drudges, Helpers and Team Players: Oral Historical Accounts of Farm Work in Appalachian Kentucky.”  Rural Sociology 61 (Summer): 209-226.

Scott, Shaunna L.  1996.  “Gender among Appalachian Kentucky Farm Families: The Kentucky Farm Family Oral History Project and Beyond.”  Journal of Appalachian Studies 2 (Spring): 103-113.

Seguret, SG.  1999.  “Rumors.”  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 16 (Summer): 17-19.  Profiles Seguret’s parents, Polly and Peter Gott, model homesteaders in 1960s Shelton Laurel, N.C.

Selby, David.  2005.  A Better Place [Hollywood actor’s memoir of W. Va. upbringing].  Charleston, W. Va.: Quarrier Press.  227 pp.

Serving Appalachia.  2012.  Special issue, Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 2 (Winter): 1-68.  Essays on people, service organizations, and examples of “labors of love” in the region, many profiles of women.

Shaffner, Randolph P.  2001.  Heart of the Blue Ridge: Highlands, North Carolina [local history].  Highlands, N.C.: Faraway Publications.

Shaffner, Randolph P.  2008.  Highlands [N.C.; pictorial retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Shannon, Joe Wayne.  2007.  My Old Gray Coat: Mountainhome Musing [N.C.; anecdotes, stories, poems].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  95 pp.

Shapiro, Tricia.  2012.  Review essay of Transforming Places: Lessons from Appalachia, ed. Stephen L. Fisher and Barbara Ellen Smith (University of Illinois Press, 2012).  Appalachian Heritage 40, no. 3 (Summer): 104-106.

Shaw, Harry Franklin.  1999.  Memories from the Hills of West Virginia: True Stories of Life in Appalachia from the Private Papers of Harry Franklin Shaw [Sassafras, W. Va.].  Transcribed and edited by Herbert L. Roush, Sr.  Baltimore, Md.: Gateway Press; Little Hocking, Ohio: H. L. Roush.  122 pp.

Shearer, Katharine C.  2006.  Wilder Days: Coal Town Life on Dumps Creek: Wilder, the Shaft, Dixie Splint, South Clinchfield [1910-1937; company towns, Russell Co., Va.; oral histories; 600 photos].  Emory, Va: Clinch Mountain Press.  336 pp.

Shearer, Katharine C., ed.  2001.  Memories From Dante: The Life of a Coal Town [Russell County, Va.; oral histories, photographs; Clinchfield Coal Corp.].  Introduction by Jean Haskell.  Abingdon, Va.: People Incorporated of Southwest Virginia.  525 pp.  See also:  http://www.peopleincorp.org/dante.htm.

Shelby, Anne.  2011.  “Dear Appalachia.”  Appalachian Heritage 39, no. 1 (Winter): 71.  “You can’t run me off” love letter, from “your daughter.”

Shifflett, Peggy A.  2004.  The Red Flannel Rag: Memories of an Appalachian Childhood [b. 1941; detailed memoir; Hopkins Gap, Rockingham Co., Va.].  Salem, Va: P.A. Shifflett, Inc.  278 pp.  Contents: Introduction; 1. The Setting; 2. Memorable Characters; 3. Making a Living; 4. Moonshine; 5. Superstitions, Magic, and Big Snakes; 6. Getting and Keeping Babies; 7. Childhood Games and Lessons Learned; 8. School Days; 9. Gimme That Old Time Religion; 10. Hopkins Gap Meets the World.

Shipley, Melissa.  2007.  “The Wildflower Woman of Scott County, Virginia” [91-year-old Minnie Curtis; two recipes, for salad and jelly].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 78-79.

Shirey, Sally.  2001.  Ligonier Valley [Pa.; Westmoreland Co.].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Vintage photos.

Shirley, Beth, and Mae Carnes Cragg.  1998.  “Aunt Mae” [Ga.; oral history interview with Cragg, b. 1912].  Foxfire Magazine 32 (Fall/Winter): 144-152.

Shope, Tommie Lee.  2006.  “A Walk Through Time: An Interview with Tommie Lee Shope” [b. 1908?; Cowee Valley, Otto, N.C.].  Interview by student Cynthia Green.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 129-137.

Shortridge, Barbara G.  2005.  “Apple Stack Cake for Dessert: Appalachian Regional Foods.”  The Journal of Geography 104, no. 2 (March-April): 65-73.

Shoupe, Carl.  2009.  “Carl Shoupe: Man of Many Hats” [b. 1946, Harlan Co., Ky.; survived a coal mine roof fall; UMWA organizer].  Interview by Alex Owens.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 28-42.

Shreve, D. Bardon.  1997.  A Place Called Smoke Hole [Pendleton Co., W. Va.; 1930s-40s; biography, stories]. Fredericksburg, Va.: D.B. Shreve.  205 pp.

Shreve, D. Bardon.  2000.  More about Smoke Hole [W. Va.; characters, stories].  Fredericksburg, Va.: D.B. Shreve.  194 pp.

Shriver, Thomas E.  2000.  “Risk and Recruitment: Patterns of Social Movement Mobilization in a Government Town” [Oak Ridge, Tenn.].  Sociological Focus 33 (August): 321-337.

Shriver, Thomas E., Sherry Cable, Lachelle Norris, and Donald W. Hastings.  2000.  “The Role of Collective Identity in Inhibiting Mobilization: Solidarity and Suppression in Oak Ridge” [80 interviews].  Sociological Spectrum 20 (January-March): 41-64.

Shumate, Sam.  2006.  The Bridge Crew: Growing Up in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the 1940's and 50's [Warrensville, Ashe Co., N.C.; biography].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  158 pp.

Sikora, Frank.  2005.  Let Us Now Praise Famous Women: A Memoir [rural poverty and race, 1960s Calhoun Co., Ala.].  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Simmons, Gina.  2009.  Discovering Lavalette.  [No location]: Gina Simmons.  148 pp.  Well-written, illustrated, self-published history of Wayne Co., W. Va., village of Lavalette.

Sims, Elizabeth, with Chef Brian Sonoskus.  2011.  Tupelo Honey Cafe: Spirited Recipes from Asheville’s New South Kitchen [N.C.].  Kansas City, Mo.: Andrews McMeel.  222 pp.  “...an early pioneer in the farm-to-fork movement...since it first opened in 2000.”

Sink, Alice E.  2011.  Hidden History of the Western North Carolina Mountains [vignettes of common folks].  Charleston, S.C.: History Pres.  142 pp.  Contents: There’s no place like home | All in a day’s work | Hotels, lodges, inns, and assembly grounds | People | Education | Believe it or not | Entertainment and celebrations | Recipe appendix.

Six, Dean.  2011.  The Practical Mountaineer Handbook.  Charleston, W.Va: West Virginia Book Company.  34 pp.  “If you are wondering about planting parsnips, singing about crawdads, or how to pickle our much beloved ramps it is here in this useful book.”

Slatalla, Michelle.  2006.  The Town on Beaver Creek: The Story of a Lost Kentucky Community [oral histories memoir; Martin, Ky.; Floyd Co.].  New York: Random House.  242 pp.

Smith, Arnold R.  2001.  Appalachia: As I Remember It [memoir; 1930s-40s Hazard, Ky.].  Tucson, Ariz.: Hats Off Books.  171 pp.

Smith, Barbara, and Carl Briggs.  2000.  Barbour County [W. Va.; pictorial history].  Images of America series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Smith, Barbara Ellen.  2006.  “‘You Dig Where You Stand’: An Interview with Barbara Ellen Smith” [gender scholarship; new immigrants].  Interview by Dare Cook, Ashley Crabtree, Aaron Davis, Katie Gray, Michael Troy, with Patricia Beaver.  Appalachian Journal 33, no. 2 (Winter): 188-208.

Smith, Barbara.  2000.  “‘Lovingly, Mama’: The Letters of Viola S. Springer” [Colfax, Marion Co.; 1901-1903; 67 letters reveal family life].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 12-16.

Smith, Jordan W., Roger L. Moore, Dorothy H. Anderson, and Christos Siderelis.  2012.  “Community Resilience in Southern Appalachia: A Theoretical Framework and Three Case Studies.”  Human Ecology 40, no. 3 (June): 341-353.  Haywood, Macon, and Mitchell Counties., N.C.

Smith, Larry R., and Guy Mason.  2011.  Mingo Junction [Ohio; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Mingo Junction is a river/steel town located in the Upper Ohio Valley.

Smith, Lee, ed.  2000.  Sitting on the Courthouse Bench: An Oral History of Grundy, Virgin[i]a.  Oral history by Grundy High School Students.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: Tryon Publishing Company.  254 pp.

Smith, Lee.  2002.  “Raised to Leave” [to get “culture,” now the outside comes to us; cf. O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Spring): 20-23.

Smith, Melissa.  2003.  “Fountain Hobby Center: Passing the Test of Time” [landmark soda fountain, toy store; Charleston; founded 1947].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Winter): 26-31.

Smith, Mike.  2004.  You’re Not from Around Here: Photographs of East Tennessee [77 fenced landscapes, rural yards, and faces - stark, unsentimental, non-captioned].  Introduction by Robert Sobieszek, “Rerelating Place: Mike Smith’s Appalachia,” x-xvi.  Santa Fe, N.M.: Center for American Places.  108 pp.

Smith, Tony.  2008.  These Old Hills [memoir; b. 1960; Rockcastle Co., Ky.].  Bloomington, Ind.: AuthorHouse.  208 pp.

Smith, Virgil L.  2012.  “Recalling Life along the Little Kanawha” [River; Gilmer Co.; 1940s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 4 (Winter): 30-35.

Snyder, Betty Bowers.  2004.  “‘Across the Ocean in Philadelphia’: My Early Days in Mineral County” [b. 1941; hardships; Granny-raised].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Summer): 56-61.

Snyder, Ken.  2012.  “Pot of Beans.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 2 (Summer): 58-59.  Pinto beans as a staple with West Virginia cooking.

Sohn, Mark F.  1996.  Mountain Country Cooking: A Gathering of the Best Recipes from the Smokies to the Blue Ridge.  Foreword by John Egerton.  New York: St. Martin’s Press.  364 pp.

Sohn, Mark F.  1998.  “Spring Onions and Killed Lettuce” [foodways; recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 26 (Spring): 32-35.

Sohn, Mark.  2005.  Appalachian Home Cooking: History, Culture, and Recipes [photos, bibliography, glossary, mail-order sources, index].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  345 pp.

Sohn, Mark, section editor.  2006.  “Food and Cooking” [signed entries].  In Encyclopedia of Appalachia, ed. R. Abramson and J. Haskell, 911-961 (with introductory essay, 911-915).  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Southards, Senia.  2003.  “‘Still Got Life to Go’: An Interview with Senia Southards” [b. 1929; Ga.; Depression-era hardships].  Interview by students LeAnne Puckett and Stacy Ammons. Foxfire 37 (Spring/Summer): 60-66.

Space, Place, and Appalachia series.  2004.  In Southern Spaces: An Interdisciplinary Journal about the Regions, Places, and Cultures of the American South [online, occasional series of photo-essays].  An Emory University Digital Library Research Initiative.  http://www.southernspaces.org/.

Spalding, Susan Eike, and Jane Harris Woodside, ed., under the auspices of the Center for Appalachian Studies and Services.  1995.  Communities in Motion: Dance, Community, and Tradition in America's Southeast and Beyond.  Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance, no. 35.  Westport: Greenwood Press.  273 pp.

Special 30th Anniversary Issue.  1996.  Foxfire Magazine 30 (Spring/Summer): 1-80.  Reprints articles on courting, glowing foxfire, superstitions, moonshining, mountain recipes, faith healing, and more.

Speed, J. P., and Mary Grace Speed.  2004.  “From Mill to Meal...Cornbread and Grits.”  Interview by student Ashley Grace O’Shields with her grandfather and grandmother [b. 1934, Oconee Co., S.C.; photographs, recipes].  Foxfire Magazine 38 (Fall/Winter): 109-120.

Speer, Allen Paul.  2010.  From Banner Elk to Boonville: The Voices Trilogy, Part Three [Yadkin County, N.C.; memoir; stories].  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  135 pp.

Speer, Jean Haskell.  1998.  “Uppity Mountain Cooking” [Appalachian professional chefs].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25 (Spring): 6-11.

Spence, Robert Y.  1998.  “After the Feud: Livicey Hatfield’s Photo Album” [interview; photographs; Hatfield-McCoy Feud].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Fall): 50-55.

Spence, Robert.  2002.  “‘I Never Wanted to Live Anywhere Else’: Wallace W. Farley of Williamson” [city’s coal heritage and famous Coal House].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Spring): 20-26.

Spence, Robert.  2002.  “The Devil Turned to Stone” [contrasts post-feud lives of Henry Drury Hatfield, physician and governor, and William Anderson “Cap” Hatfield, outlaw and attorney].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Spring): 27-29.

Stafford, Patricia.  2006.  “Tomato Ketchup from an East Tennessee Farm” [recipe; ‘shelved in Mason jars and Pepsi bottles’].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 71.

Staley, Kathryn L.  1998.  “Identity in a Mountain Family” [Alleghany Co., N.C.; 1998 Carl A. Ross Student Paper Competition Award winner].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 4 (Fall): 239-253.

Stalnaker, Bill.  2004.  “Jordan Coal Camp Memories: An Interview with Johnnie Johnson” [1924-2005; rock and roll pianist from Fairmont].  Traditions: A Journal of West Virginia Folk Culture and Educational Awareness 9: 22-25.

Stalnaker, Karen.  2003.  “The Odd Fellows Home in Elkins: ‘So Charitable a Mission’” [children’s home, 1911-1954; built 1908].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Fall): 8-25.

Stamper, Georgia Green.  2008.  You Can Go Anywhere: From the Crossroads of the World.  Nicholasville, Ky.: Wind Publications.  217 pp.  Essays, humor, historical sketches; Ky.

Stanberry, Dosi Elaine Cook.  2005.  Mountain Echoes: Beech Mountain, North Carolina [b. 1911?; biography].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  259 pp.

Stanley, Talmage A.  2012.  The Poco Field: An American Story of Place [McDowell Co., W. Va.; Va.].  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.  232 pp.  Both biography and sociological study of the author’s “grandparents’ middle-class aspirations...in the once-booming Pocahontas coalfields”: 1920s-1940s Keystone, W. Va. and Newbern, Va.

Stapler, Alisa.  2010.  “Gardening and Gathering: A Visit with Wanda Tucker Jarrell of Winifrede” [Kanawha Co.; wild greens; b. 1927; memoir].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 3 (Fall): 54-58.

Stealey, Robert F.  2000.  Harrison County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Stealey, Robert F.  2001.  Doddridge and Ritchie Counties [W. Va.; pictorial history].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Stealey, Robert F.  2005.  Clarksburg [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Steelhammer, Rick.  2012.  The Ultimate Book of West Virginia Lists.  Charleston, W. Va.: Quarrier Press.  126 pp.  “...hundreds of fun and interesting facts about the Mountain State.”

Stephenson, Morris.  2012.  A Night of Makin’ Likker: Plus Other Stories from the Moonshine Capital of the World [Franklin Co., Va.].  Raleigh, N.C.: Lulu Press.  180 pp.  The author is a former newspaper reporter who frequently accompanied state and federal agents on raids.  See review by Duncan Adams, Roanoke Times, 22 January 2013, http://www.roanoke.com/news/1607057-12/books-tell-tales-of-moonshine-in-franklin-county.html.

Sterste, LeAnna Alderman, and Drew Tanner.  2008.  The Old Man of the Mountain: Eldridge McComb [1924-2007; Marlinton region, Pocahontas Co.; mountain life].  Dunmore, W.Va: Pocahontas Communications Cooperative.  53 pp.  www.alleghenymountainradio.org.

Stevens, Robert L., and Jared A. Fogel.  1999.  “From Mountain Men to Miners” [the move from mountain farms to coal camp life].  Social Education 63 (September): 262-268.

Stevenson, Amy A., and Rae Jean V. Sielen, ed.  1997.  Mountain State Stories of the People: Celebrating West Virginia [collection of more than 200 brief oral histories].  Morgantown, W. Va.: Populore Publishing Company.  186 pp.

Stevenson, Mary Legg.  1998.  Coal Towns of West Virginia: A Pictorial Recollection.  Charleston, W. Va.: Quarrier Press.  170 pp.

Stevenson, Mary Legg.  2003.  Coal Towns of West Virginia: Volume 2 [79 towns; 350 rare old photographs].  Charleston, W. Va.: Quarrier Press.  265 pp.

Stewart, Bruce E.  2006.  “‘This Country Improves in Cultivation, Wickedness, Mills, and Still’: Distilling and Drinking in Antebellum Western North Carolina.”  North Carolina Historical Review 83, no. 4 (October): 447-478.

Stewart, Bruce E.  2007.  “Select Men of Sober and Industrious Habits: Alcohol Reform and Social Conflict in Antebellum Appalachia” [Western N.C.; temperance organizations].  Journal of Southern History 73, no. 2 (May): 289-322.

Stewart, Bruce E.  2008.  King of the Moonshiners: Lewis R. Redmond in Fact and Fiction [1854-1906; N.C.].  Edited by Bruce E. Stewart, with a foreword by Durwood Dunn.  Appalachian Echoes series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  176 pp.  Contents: Introduction: the life and legacy of Lewis R. Redmond -- C. McKinley’s interview of Redmond, 1878 [Charleston News and Courier] / C. McKinley -- The entwined lives of Miss Gabrielle Austin, daughter of the late Rev. Ellis C. Austin, and of Redmond, the outlaw, leader of the North Carolina “moonshiners” [1879 dime novel] / Edward B. Crittenden -- The true life of Maj. Lewis Richard Redmond, the notorious outlaw and famous moonshiner, of western North Carolina, who was born in Swain County, N.C., in the year 1855, and arrested April 7th, 1881 / R. A. Cobb.

Stewart, Bruce E.  2010.  “‘The Forces of Bacchus Are Fast Yielding’: The Rise and Fall of Anti-Alcohol Reform in Antebellum Rowan County, North Carolina.”  North Carolina Historical Review 87, no. 3 (July): 310-338.  Temperance movement, 1775-1865; rural-urban relations.

Stewart, Bruce E.  2011.  Moonshiners and Prohibitionists: The Battle over Alcohol in Southern Appalachia [N.C., 1790-1908].  New Directions in Southern History series.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  325 pp.  Contents: The beginnings of antialcohol reform, 1790-1860 -- “This country improves in cultivation, wickedness, mills, and still”: distilling and drinking during the antebellum period -- Select men of sober and industrious habits: alcohol reform and social conflict during the late antebellum period -- The golden age of moonshining, 1861-1876 -- “Is there any way to get at the distillers?”: the fall and rise of the moonshiners, 1861-1868 -- “They tax us and give us Negro civil rights”: moonshiner violence and the politics of federal liquor taxation, 1868-1876 -- The road to Prohibition, 1870-1908 -- Civilization requires Prohibition: the beginning of the end for the moonshiners, 1870-1882 -- “These big-boned, semi-barbarian people”: creation of the myth of violent Appalachia and its consequences, 1878-1890 -- “Afloat on the tide of improvement”: the uplift movement and rise of Prohibition sentiment in rural communities, 1885-1900 -- “Wilt thou send the revenues down upon the distillers”: a political history of Prohibition, 1882-1908.

Stewart, Bruce E., ed.  2012.  Blood in the Hills: A History of Violence in Appalachia.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  412 pp.  Contents: Introduction / Bruce E. Stewart -- Violence, statecraft, and statehood in the early republic: the state of Franklin, 1784-1788 / Kevin T. Barksdale -- “Devoted to hardships, danger, and devastation”: the landscape of Indian and white violence in Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, 1753-1800 / Kathryn Shively Meier -- “Our mad young men”: authority and violence in Cherokee country / Tyler Boulware -- The “ferocious character” of antebellum Georgia’s gold country: frontier lawlessness and violence in fact and fiction / John C. Inscoe -- “A possession, or an absence of ears”: the shape of violence in travel narratives about the mountain South, 1779-1835 / Katherine E. Ledford -- Violence against slaves as a catalyst in changing attitudes toward slavery: an 1857 case study in east Tennessee / Durwood Dunn -- “These big-boned, semi-barbarian people”: moonshining and the myth of violent Appalachia, 1870-1900 / Bruce E. Stewart -- “Deep in the shades of ill-starred Georgia’s wood”: the murder of Elder Joseph Standing in late-nineteenth-century Appalachian Georgia / Mary Ella Engel -- Race and violence in urbanizing Appalachia: the Roanoke riot of 1893 / Rand Dotson -- Assassins and feudists: politics and death in the Bluegrass and mountains of Kentucky / T.R.C. Hutton -- “A hard-bitten lot”: nonstrike violence in the early southern West Virginia smokeless coalfields, 1880-1910 / Paul H. Rakes and Kenneth R. Bailey -- “The largest manhunt in western North Carolina’s history”: the story of Broadus Miller / Kevin W. Young -- The murder of Thomas Price: image, identity, and violence in western North Carolina / Richard D. Starnes.

Stewart, Kathleen.  1996.  A Space on the Side of the Road: Cultural Poetics in an “Other” America [ethnography; Raleigh County, W. Va.].  Princeton: Princeton University Press.  243 pp.

Stone, Olive Smith.  2002.  “Hard Times, Proud Memories in Jackson County [b. 1922].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Fall): 24-29.

Stoneberger, John W.  1993.  Memories of a Lewis Mountain Man.  Edited by Michael E. Monbeck.  Vienna, Va.: Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.  80 pp.  Greene County and Rockingham County, Va.

Stratton, Dorothy C., and Alinde J. Moore.  2002.  “Older Appalachian Men and Family Life” [values; interviews].  Arete 26 (Fall): 1-12.

Street, Joe.  2007.  The Culture War in the Civil Rights Movement.  Gainesville: University Press of Florida.  229 pp.  Includes discussions of Highlander Folk School, Myles and Zilphia Horton, Guy and Candy Carawan, the Southern Folk Cultural Revival Project, and other organizations.

Stuart, David E.  2009.  The Morganza, 1967: Life in a Legendary Reform School [Canonsburg, Pa.].  Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.  225 pp.  Nineteenth-century farm for orphaned boys, “converted into a detention center for Allegheny County youth convicted of crimes ranging from petty theft to armed robbery, rape, and murder...in reality, a youth prison camp.”

Stuever, Hank.  2010.  “‘Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution’ Regurgitates the Worst of Reality TV Pap.”  Washington Post, 20 March, 2(C).  742 words.  ABC-TV reality show, set in Huntington, W. Va.  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/03/19/AR2010031901683.html.

Sturm, Philip W.  2005.  Wood County Reflections: A Pictorial History [with generous text; Ohio River town; Parkersburg, county seat].  Virginia Beach, Va.: Donning Company.  191 pp.

Stylos, Ramona Layne.  2001.  Bearwallow Road: A Kentucky Childhood [memoir; Depression-era Madison Co.].  Brevard, N.C.: Bellbird Books.  195 pp.

Suppertime: Traditional Recipes [submitted by interviewees].  2006.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Fall/Winter): 158-159. [Red Skinned Potato Salad; Cornmeal Gravy; Walnut Cake and Icing; Potato Patties; Apple Pizza Pie; Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie].

Suter, Scott Hamilton, and Cheryl Lyon.  2005.  Places Faces & Traces: Historical Photographs of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County [Va.].  Dayton, Va.: Silver Lake Mill.  126 pp.

Suter, Scott Hamilton.  1999.  Shenandoah Valley Folklife.  Folklife in the South Series.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  129 pp.

Sutphin, Lois.  2005.  Making Do: How to Cook Like a Mountain MeMa [recipes and stories].  Greensboro, NC: NeDeo Press.  167 pp.

Sutton, Charles E.  2011.  They Called Me Shep!  Charleston, W. Va.: 35th Star Publishing.  114 pp.  West Virginia memoir: Depression era; WWII; Kanawha and Pocahontas Counties.

Sutton, Charles E.  2012.  They Called Me Shep [W. Va. memoir; Depression-era youth; WWII].  Charleston, W. Va.: 35th Star Publishing.  114 pp.

Sutton, Popcorn, with Ernestine Upchurch.  2009.  Me and My Likker: The True Story of a Mountain Moonshiner [1946-2009, N.C., Tenn.].  Rev. ed.  S.l: self-published.  128 pp.

Swannanoa Valley Museum.  2004.  Black Mountain and the Swannanoa Valley [N.C.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Swartz, Patti Capel.  2012.  “Sunday Afternoons” [memoir].  Appalachian Heritage 40, no. 2 (Spring): 113-116.  Cherished twice-a-year walks with Mother through pastures and woods.

Swell, Barbara.  1996.  Log Cabin Cooking.  Asheville, N.C.: Native Ground Music.  64 pp.  “Pioneer recipes & food lore.”

Swick, Gerald D.  2010.  Historic Photos of West Virginia [198 b&w archival photos spanning 1859-1979].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner Publishing Company.  205 pp.

Szakos, Joe, and Kristin Layng Szakos.  2008.  Lessons from the Field: Organizing in Rural Communities.  New Orleans, La.: Social Policy Magazine.  127 pp.

Szakos, Kristin Layng, and Joe Szakos.  2007.  We Make Change: Community Organizers Talk About What They Do-- and Why.  Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press.  263 pp.

Tabler, Kenneth A.  2006.  The Day is Far Spent: Memoir.  Fort Myers, Fla.: Montani Publishing.  402 pp.  Coming of age in Depression-era, eastern-panhandle W. Va.

Tanner, Borgon.  2012.  “Night Sounds” [New Martinsville, Wetzel Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 2 (Summer): 30-31.  Childhood memories of industrial night sounds along the Ohio River, including coal trains and steamboats.

Tanner, Donna McGuire.  2000.  “A Country Girl Comes Home: A Visit With Olive Workman Persinger” [1930s girlhood, Fayette Co.; 1950s radio singer].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 23-27.

Tanner, Donna McGuire.  2003.  “Milroy’s Road” [story of paraplegic, self-sufficient Milroy Grose, b. 1897; Fayette Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Spring): 34-37.

Tavernise, Sabrina, and Robert Gebeloff.  2011.  “With Death Outpacing Birth, A County Slows to a Shuffle” [Brooke Co., W. Va.; Weirton].  New York Times, 7 May, 1(A).  1067 words.  Includes shaded outline map of other eastern U.S. counties with “More Coffins Than Cradles.”  http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/07/us/07aging.html.

Tavernise, Sabrina.  2011.  “Tackling the Problems of Appalachia, Theatrically.”  New York Times, 15 May, 23(A).  778 words.  Robert Gipe staged a series of uplifting plays titled “Higher Ground” in downtrodden Harlan Co., Ky., employing dozens of local residents telling their stories.

Taylor, Elizabeth M.  1992.  “The Taxidermy of Bioluminescence: Tracking ‘Neighboring’ Practices in the Coal-Camps of West Virginia.”  Anthropological Quarterly 65 (July): 117-127.  Special issue: Negotiating Identity in Southeastern U.S. Uplands.

Taylor, Joe Gray.  [1982] 2008.  Eating, Drinking, and Visiting in the South: An Informal History.  Rpt. ed.  New introduction by John Egerton.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.  184 pp.

Taylor, Wesley.  2006.  “Spotlight on a Former Foxfire Student: Wesley Taylor” (b. 1963; Rabun Co., Ga.].  Interview by student Christina Mitcham.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Spring/Summer): 47-55.

Teague, Ed.  2012.  “An Interview with Ed Teague” [b. 1927; Franklin Co., Ga.].  By student Kayla Mullen.  Foxfire Magazine 46, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 18-29.  Teague is a bluegrass banjo player.

Tending the Commons: Folklife and Landscape in Southern West Virginia [website; 1,250 online photos and 679 audio recordings; 1992-1999].  2000.  Washington: American Folklife Center (Coal River Folklife Project), Library of Congress. http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/cmnshtml/cmnshome.html.

Tenkotte, Paul A.  2007.  “The Blossoming of Regional History and the Role of Arcadia Publishing” [pictorial-retrospective books; 14 titles deal with northern Ky.].  Ohio Valley History 7, no. 2 (Summer): 85-91.

Terry, Anna Lee.  1997.  Bootstraps and Biscuits: 300 Wonderful, Wild Food Recipes from the Hills of West Virginia.  Fairmont, W. Va.: ALT Press.

Tevis, Jamie Griggs.  1999.  “Stories Told Around the Quilting Frame” [childhood reminiscence].  Appalachian Heritage 27 (Fall): 29-33.

Tevis, Jamie Griggs.  1999.  “The Piano” [Doylesville, Ky.; Depression-era church Sundays].  Appalachian Heritage 27 (Winter): 31-34.

Thacker, Dixie L.  2001.  “Lucy’s Place” [W. Va.; reverie on country lifestyles].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Summer): 7-8.

Thomas, Charles A.  1998.  Images of Preston County [W. Va., 1870s to 1950; captioned photographs].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing.  128 pp.

Thomas, Max S.  [1977] 2002.  Walnut Knob: A Story of Mountain Life and My Heritage in Song [1908-2001; Blue Ridge Franklin Co., Va.; 32 songs and 13 stories].  Rpt. ed.  Floyd, Va.: Harvestwood Press.  139  pp.  Originally published: Radford, Va.: Commonwealth Press.

Thomas, Sarah.  2006.  “The Big House” [traces four generations of a farming family living in Sherrill’s Inn, built 1834, on US 74 just south of Asheville, N.C.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 1 (Spring): 12-15.

Thomas, Sarah.  2012.  “The Shepherd of the Hills” [western N.C.; orphanages].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 2 (Winter): 36-37.  Reverend R. P. Smith and Black Mountain Home for Children, Youth & Families, built in 1923 near Asheville.

Thompson, Charles D., Jr.  2011.  “Whiskey and Geography.”  Southern Spaces, 9 May.  Online overview of the author’s 2011 book, Spirits of Just Men: Mountaineers, Liquor Bosses, and Lawmen in the Moonshine Capital of the World [1930s Franklin County, Va.], with a video reading of an excerpt.  Contents: Making Whiskey in the Backcountry | Taxing Whiskey | Recommended Resources.  http://www.southernspaces.org/2011/whiskey-and-geography.

Thompson, Charles Dillard.  2011.  Spirits of Just Men: Mountaineers, Liquor Bosses, and Lawmen in the Moonshine Capital of the World.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.  269 pp.  Franklin County, Va. (Blue Ridge Mountains); Great Moonshine Conspiracy Trial of 1935.

Thornton, James H.  2007.  Greetings from Steubenville, Ohio [historic postcards].  Wheeling, W. Va.: Creative Impressions.  108 pp.

Thornton, James H., and George S. Jones.  2003.  Greetings from Wheeling [W. Va.; historic postcards].  Wheeling, W. Va.: Creative Impressions.  105 pp.

Thornton, James H., and Leann M. Thornton.  2006.  Greetings from Washington, Pennsylvania [historic postcards].  Introduction by Rebecca Davis Pauley.  Wheeling, W. Va.: Creative Impressions.  98 pp.

Tice, Carolyn J.  2005.  “Celebrating Rural Communities: A Strengths Assessment” [Appalachian focus; community narratives; love of place].  In Social Work in Rural Communities, 4th edition, ed. L. Ginsberg, 95-107.

Tinnell, Shannon Colaianni.  2011.  Morgantown [W. Va., photo retrospective].  Then & Now series.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Home of West Virginia University.

Toompas, Stanley, and Steven Toompas.  2012.  I’m the One the Other Isn’t.  Terra Alta, W. Va.: Headline Books.  128 pp.  Coming-of-age sketches by two twin brothers born 1958 in Clarksburg, W. Va.

Torok, George D.  2004.  A Guide to Historic Coal Towns of the Big Sandy River Valley [Ky., Va., W. Va., including Tug Fork, Harlan County, and Big Stone Gap; 1880s-1920s focus].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  350 pp.

Touma, Jospeh B., and Don Daniel McMillian.  2009.  The History and Rebirth of Downtown Huntington West Virginia [pictorial].  Huntington, W. Va.: Beau Soleil Publishing.  129 pp.

Trakas, Deno.  2010.  Because Memory Isn’t Eternal: A Story of Greeks in Upstate South Carolina.  Spartanburg, S.C.: Hub City Press.  212 pp.  Memoir of four generations of a Greek family and Greek-American culture in Spartanburg, beginning in 1895.

Trigiani, Adriana, and Mary Yolanda Trigiani.  2004.  Cooking with My Sisters: One Hundred Years of Family Recipes from Bari to Big Stone Gap [Italian cooking; family history].  New York: Random House.  167 pp.

Trigiani, Adriana.  2010.  Don’t Sing at the Table: And Other Life Lessons from My Grandmothers [Pa.; Italian-Americans; work ethic].  New York: HarperCollins.  224 pp.  One grandmother a clothing factory owner, the other a seamstress.

Trimble, Ruth.  1998.  “Ginger: The Spice for Life” [wild ginger root remedies and recipes].  Appalachian Heritage 26 (Winter): 35-37.

Trimble, Ruth.  1999.  “Dandelion Jelly” [recipe].  Appalachian Heritage 27 (Summer): 51-52.

Trimble, Ruth.  2001.  “Summer Serendipity: The Elderflower” [recipes, medical uses, wine].  Appalachian Heritage 29 (Summer): 5-6.

Triplett, George R.  2003.  Our Proud Mountain Roots and Heritage [Randolph Co., W. Va.; photographs; railroad history].  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  384 pp.

Tucker-Sullivan, Lori.  2007.  “Of Graves, Grandfathers, and Wild Leeks” [funeral; memoir; 1930s East Tenn.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 23, no. 1 (Spring/Summer): 35-39.

Tunnell, Kenneth D.  2008.  “Illegal Dumping: Large and Small Scale Littering in Rural Kentucky.  Southern Rural Sociology  23, no. 2: 29-42.  http://www.ag.auburn.edu/auxiliary/srsa/pages/TOCs/vol23-2.htm.

Tyler, Samantha.  2002.  “A Fish Out of Water” [interview with Ga. wood carver Terry Tyler].  Foxfire Magazine 36 (Spring/Summer): 13-20.

University of Pittsburgh.  2011.  The Pittsburgh Reader: Seventy-Five Years of Books About Pittsburgh [southwestern Pa.].  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.  287 pp.  Excerpts from 75 regionally focused titles covering history, industry, biographies, sports, artists, and tours of local attractions.  http://www.upress.pitt.edu/htmlSourceFiles/pdfs/PittsburghReader.pdf.

Upshur County Historical Society.  2001.  Upshur County [W. Va.; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Vaughan, James E.  2003.  Bankmules: The Story of Van Lear, a Kentucky Coal Town [1910-1940].  Ashland, Ky.: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  256 pp.

Venable, Sam.  1996.  I’d Rather Be Ugly Than Stuppid: -- and Other Deep Thoughts. Knoxville, Tenn: Knoxville News-Sentinel.  266 pp.  Collected columns, 1991-1995.

Venable, Wallace, and Norma Venable.  2007.  Around Morgantown [W. Va.; home to WVU; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Voelker, Richard M.  2009.  “County Fair Encounters” [photo essay; 1970s-80s].  Western Pennsylvania History 92, no. 4 (Winter): 48-59.

Von Matthiessen, Maria.  2001.  Looking for Magical Country: A Gathering of Savory Southern Characters [portraits of authors, musicians, and lesser-knowns who characterize the land].  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.  193 pp.

Waage, Fred.  1998.  “Ithaca” [N.Y.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Winter): 30-32.

Wagaman, Gena D.  2007.  Fairmont’s Cemeteries [and town history, Marion Co., W. Va.; vintage photos].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.

Wagner, Melinda Bollar, Shannon T. Scott, and Danny Wolfe.  1997.  “Drawing the Line between People and Power: Taking the Classroom to the Community” [Craig Co., Va.; Appalachian Power Co.].  In Practicing Anthropology in the South, ed. James M. Time Wallace, 109-118.  Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, no. 30, Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Wagner, Melinda Bollar.  1999.  “Measuring Cultural Attachment to Place in a Proposed Power Line Corrider” [ethnographic interviews; Va.].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 5 (Fall): 241-246.

Wagner, Melinda Bollar.  2002.  “Space and Place, Land and Legacy” [ethnographic interviews analysis; Craig Co.,Va. (proposed power line route)].  In Culture, Environment, and Conservation in the Appalachian South, ed. B. Howell, 121-132.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Wagner, Melinda Bollar.  2009.  “Playing the Power Game: The Limits of Participatory Development.”  In Participatory Development in Appalachia: Cultural Identity, Community, and Sustainability, ed. S. Keefe, 141-156.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Case study: cultural intrusion of a high voltage power line being constructed through W. Va. to Va.

Waldrop, Dave, and Michael Rigsby Revere.  2010.  Appalachian Roots [autobiographies; Jackson Co., N.C.].  Cullowhee, N.C.: R&R Publishing.  244 pp.  One (b. 1943) from a dysfunctional family with an alcoholic father; the other (b. 1951) a nomadic wanderer for 40 years.

Walker, Melissa.  “Narrative Themes in Oral Histories of Farming Folk” [East Tenn.].  Agricultural History 74 (Spring): 340-351.

Walker, Melissa.  2009.  “Appalachian Men and Women.”  In The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 13: Gender, 22-26.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Wall, Dee Jay, and Florine Wall.  1999.  “Florine Wall: At Home in the Country” [b. 1928; Rabun Co., Ga.; interview].  Foxfire Magazine 33 (Spring/Summer): 22-28.

Walls, Jeannette.  2005.  The Glass Castle: A Memoir.  New York: Scribner.  288 pp.  Case study of dysfunctional youth and hardships in Welch, W. Va.; New York City.

Ward, John “J.J.”  2003.  “Spinning Memories on Fowler Branch” [childhood memories; Logan Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Spring): 52-55.

Warmuth, Donna Akers.  2003.  Abingdon, Virginia [pictorial retrospective].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Warmuth, Donna Akers.  2003.  Boone [N.C.; pictorial retrospective].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Warmuth, Donna Akers.  2004.  Blowing Rock [N.C.; vintage photos].  Images of America. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Warmuth, Donna Akers.  2006.  Washington County [southwest Va.; Abingdon; vintage photos].  Images of America.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Warren, Rhoda Bailey.  1998.  Appalachian Mountain Girl [b. 1922; memoir of 1930s Letcher, Ky., coal country].  Chicago: Academy Chicago Publishers.  175 pp.

Watkins, Floyd C., and Charles Hubert Watkins.  2000 (1963).  Yesterday in the Hills [Cherokee Co., Ga.].  Rpt. ed.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  200 pp.  Originally published: Chicago: Quadrangle Books.

Watkins, Julia Alice Stephens.  2004.  “Here I Go: An Interview with Julia Alice Stephens Watkins” [b. 1897, Union Co., Ga.; spirited life, hardships].  Interview by students Cody Brown, Teresia Thomason, and Angie Cheek.  Foxfire Magazine 38 (Fall/Winter): 83-96.

Watman, Max.  2010.  Chasing the White Dog: An Amateur Outlaw’s Adventures in Moonshine [history of moonshining].  New York: Simon & Schuster.  292 pp.

Weals, Vic.  2002.  Legends of Cades Cove and the Smokies Beyond [Blount Co., Tenn.; anthology; human interest columns from Knoxville Journal, 1976-1986].  Knoxville, Tenn.: Olden Press.  192 p.

Webb, Janet Threlkeld.  2006.  Haywood County: A Brief History [N.C.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.

Welch, Wendy.  2012.  The Little Bookstore of Big Stone Gap: A Memoir of Friendship, Community, and the Uncommon Pleasure of a Good Book [Va.].  New York: St. Martin’s Press.  291 pp.

West, Mildred.  2006.  “Teaching Has No Boundaries: An Interview with Mildred West” [b. 1910; teacher, Gum Log School, Towns Co., Ga.].  Interview by student Cody Brown.  Foxfire Magazine 40 (Spring/Summer): 65-73.

West, Stephen A.  2008.  From Yeoman to Redneck in the South Carolina Upcountry, 1850-1915.  The American South Series.  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  261 pp.

West Virginia 24/7: 24 Hours, 7 days: Extraordinary Images of One Week in West Virginia [color photos].  2004.Created by Rick Smolan and David Elliot Cohen.  New York: DK Publishing.  144 pp.

West Virginia Social Indicator Survey Methodology, 1993-1997.  1999.  Appendix A, In Inside West Virginia: Public Policy Perspectives for the 21st Century, ed. B. Keith and R. Althouse, 135-143.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.

Whipkey, Harriet.  2005.  “‘I Never Dreamed I’d be this Old!’ Gilmer County’s Roxy Ellyson at 105.” Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 3 (Fall): 30-35.

Whisnant, David E.  [1983] 2009.  All That Is Native & Fine: The Politics of Culture in an American Region.  Reprint, 25th anniversary edition, with a new foreword by the author.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  340 pp.

Whitcomb, Bob.  2002.  “Crider’s Store” [South Branch Mountain; Hardy County].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Winter): 34-39.

White, Elesse D.  2011.  “Hard Work a Must: Chaney Boone’s Braxton County Farm” [1891-1997].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 54-58.  The author is Boone’s granddaughter.

White, James Edward, and Eleanor Triplett White.  2001.  Squire's Legacy: The Life and Struggles of Clifford Earl White, the Justice of the Peace, Clear Fork District, Raleigh County, WV, 1948-1966 [b. 1904; coal miner; paraplegic].  San Jose, Calif.: Writer's Showcase.  349 pp.

White, Thomas.  2010.  Forgotten Tales of Pittsburgh.  Illustrations by Kyle McQueen.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  159 pp.  Collection of brief tales and entertaining historical anecdotes.

White, Thomas, and Michael Hassett.  2012.  Gangs and Outlaws of Western Pennsylvania. Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  125 pp.  “Violent bank heists, bold train robberies and hardened gangs....crooks, murderers and outlaws.”

Whitson, Alex.  1999.  “The Infamous Weaver Family” [Millertown, Tenn.; humorous essay on unwelcome neighbors from down the road].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 16 (Summer): 32-34.

Whitt, Jan.  2012.  Rain on a Strange Roof: A Southern Literary Memoir.  Lanham, Md.: Hamilton Books.  172 pp.  “...personal narrative about adoption, childhood abuse, and fifty years of searching for her family in rural Appalachia”....“reliant on books for escape.”

Wigginton, Eliot, and his students, ed.  [1989] 1996.  A Foxfire Christmas: Appalachian Memories and Traditions.  New preface by Bobby Ann Starnes, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  144 pp.  Originally published: New York: Doubleday.

Wigginton, Eliot.  1998.  “Reaching Across the Generations: The Foxfire Experience.”  In The Oral History Reader, ed. R. Perks and A. Thomson, 206-213.  New York: Routledge.

Wildsmith, Dana.  2006.  “Where I Live” [Barrow Co., Ga.].  In CrossRoads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 307-312.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Wiles, Bill, and Mary Wiles.  2009.  Up on Location: The Story of a West Virginia Mountain Farm, a Road and the People Who Lived There.  Parsons, W. Va.: McClain Printing.  217 pp.  Memories of life in 1940s St. George, Tucker County.  Photos.

Williams, J. Patrick, Anthony Cavender, Dennis Butler, Misty Gaugler, Kimberly Napier, and Tim Stanton.  2003.  “Marijuana Use in a Rural Appalachian Community” [Tenn.; tables].  Journal of Appalachian Studies 9 (Spring): 93-113.

Williams, Michael Ann.  1995.  Great Smoky Mountains Folklife.  Folklife in the South Series.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  216 pp.

Williams, Michael Ann.  2004.  “Folklife” [overview: crafts, foodways, music].  In High Mountains Rising: Appalachia in Time and Place, ed. R. Straw and H. Blethen, 135-146.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Williams, Sherman R.  2000.  Sometimes a Hillbilly, Always a Mountaineer.  Prince Frederick, Md.: Sherell Publishing.  211 pp.  Memoir (b. 1931), McDowell County, W. Va., coal camps.

Williamson, Elizabeth.  2005.  “W. Va.’s Burgeoning Gambling Habit: State's Proposal for Table Games Seen By Critics as an Inevitable Outcome of Slots.”  The Washington Post, 14 March, 1(B).  1203 words.

Williamson, J. W., and Edwin T. Arnold, ed.  1994.  Interviewing  in Appalachia: The Appalachian Journal Interviews, 1978-1992.   Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press;  Chicago: University  of Chicago Press.  468 pp.

Wilson, Eleanor Lambert.  2009.  My Life in Brasstown: An Appalachian Memoir [Clay Co., N.C.; b. 1919].  Fairview, N.C.: Bright Mountain Books.  125 pp.

Wilson, Jess.  2008.  From Huckleberry to Possum Trot [b. ca. 1921].  Manchester, Ky.: Possum Trot University Press.  519 pp.  Collected stories, poems, and essays of this popular “chronicler of the people, places and doings of the Southeast Kentucky Mountains”: Clay, Jackson, Owsley, and Laurel Counties.

Wilson, Jim.  2000.  “One With Nature” [profiles 90-year-old mountain man Coy Fitpatrick; Randolph Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Summer): 25-30.

Wilson, Rock S.  2004.  Ritchie County in Vintage Postcards [W. Va.; retrospective pictorial].  Columbia, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Wilson, Stephan M., and Gary W. Peterson.  2000.  “Growing Up in Appalachia: Ecological Influences on Adolescent Development” [traditional/modern conflict].  In Adolescent Diversity in Ethnic, Economic, and Cultural Contexts, ed. R. Montemayor and others, 75-109.  Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.

Wilson, Stephan M., Carolyn S. Henry, and Gary W. Peterson. 1997.  “Life Satisfaction Among Low-Income Rural Youth From Appalachia” [technical, 10-year longitudinal study].  Journal of Adolescence 20 (August): 443-459.

Winebrenner, Margaret Grose.  1999.  “A Nicholas County Christmas” [1930s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 25 (Winter): 44-47.

Winerip, Michael.  1997.  “What’s a Nice Jewish Lawyer Like John Rosenberg Doing in Appalachia?” [Eastern Ky.; legal service operation for the poor].  New York Times 29 June, 24-27.

Wintz, Bill.  2001.  “Bill Wintz: Nitro’s Grassroots Historian.”  Interview by Richard Andre.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Fall): 30-35.

Witchger, Brenda.  2004.  “Measure for Measure” [Ala. dialect and time].  In CrossRoads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 5-11.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Withrow, Dolly.  2011.  “Greening in the Heart of Appalachia” [W. Va.].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 1 (Summer): 35-36.  Meditation on the unconsciously “green” traditional lifestyles of the author’s grandparents.

Witschey, Elizabeth Thurmond.  Interview by Sheila McEntee.  2000.  “My Memories of Logan: More Than Feudin’ and Fightin’!” [1920s Logan, W. Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 17-22.

Wolf, John Quincy.  [1974] 2000.  Life in the Leatherwoods [biography, 1864-1949; Ozark Mountains].  Edited by Gene Hyde and Brooks Blevins; drawings by Jim Barnett.  Arkansas Classics series.  Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press.  219 pp.  “With new introduction and two new appendices of Wolf’s writings and new original illustrations by Barnett.”  Originally published: Memphis, Tenn.: Memphis State University Press.

Wolfe, Martha.  2002.  “Walking to School” [dangers of; 1960s Charleston, W. Va.; personal essay].  Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Summer): 22-25

Wood, Amy Louise, ed.  2011.  Violence.  Vol. 19 of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  299 pp.  Contents: 100 entries including: Violence in the American South -- American Indians -- Blood sports -- Capital punishment -- Civil rights-era violence -- Civil War -- Feuds and feuding -- Guns -- Hunting -- Labor violence -- Lynching -- Memory -- Mexican Americans -- Militarism -- Outlaw-heroes -- Prisons -- Slaves -- Song, White, Violence in -- American Indian slave trade -- Convict leasing -- Deliverance -- Greensboro, N.C. Massacre (1979) -- Guerrilla bands -- Harlan County, Kentucky -- Hatfields and McCoys -- Ku Klux Klan -- Night Riders -- Regulator movement -- Scottsboro Case -- Trail of Tears.

Woodall, Barbara Taylor.  2011.  It’s Not My Mountain Anymore [Rabun Co., Ga. history; b. 1954].  Sylva, N.C.: Catch the Spirit of Appalachia.  192 pp.  Themes: mountain lifeways; Foxfire phenomenon; filming of “Deliverance” and negative stereotyping; destructive residential and tourism development.

Woodard, Colin.  2011.  American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America.  New York: Viking.  371 pp.  Spans years 1590-2010 in twenty-eight chapters including: Chap. 9, “Founding Greater Appalachia”; Chap. 14, “First Secessionists”; and Chap. 17, Appalachia Spreads West.”

Woods, Lee Ann.  2000.  Up This Hill and Down: Thoughts on Life from the Southern Appalachians [Tenn., N.C.].  Asheville, N.C.: Bright Mountain Books.  180 pp.

Woodward, Nancy Hatch.  2012.  “Southern Snow.”  Southern Cultures 18, no. 1 (Spring): 114-117.  Personal essay; enjoying snow in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Woody, Margaret.  2009.  “A Conversation with Margaret Woody, Faithful Friend of Foxfire.”  Interview by Casi Best and others.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 3-13.  Born 1922; family farm; Great Depression; chair making.

Woofter, Betty Langford.  2001.  “A Good Start on Duck Run” [Gilmer Co.; 1930s-40s memories].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Winter): 60-65.

Workman, Barbara J. Young.  2008.  “The Train, the Smoke, the Whistle, and the Bell: Memories of Widen.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 4 (Winter): 38-44.  Clay County, 1930s-50s.

Workman, Patricia, interviewer.  2000.  “Racoon Tales” [coonhunter Ralph Bryant], 20-23; “Straight Talk On Coondogs: Clennie Workman On the Air,” 24-27.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Winter): 20-27.

Workman, Patricia Samples.  1998.  “Country Vet Doc White” [Webster Co. veterinarian Minor Ezekial White; 1888-1978].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Winter): 10-17.

Wyatt, W. Joseph.  2004.  Buckskin Boys: A History of the Buckskin Council, 1919-2004, Boy Scouts of America [south-central W. Va.].  Charleston, W.Va: Pictorial Histories.  235 pp.

Wyatt, W. Joseph.  2006.  “When We Were Boy Scouts” [Charleston; summer camps; 1930s-present].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 32, no. 2 (Summer): 38-45.

Yarup, Robert L.  2006.  “Haunting & Illusory: Growing Up along the Mon” [Monongahela River coal mining village, Maxwell].  Western Pennsylvania History 89, no. 1 (Spring): 52-60.

Young, Harold P.  2002.  “When I Was a Young Man in Clay County” [b. 1917].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Fall): 45-51.