Volume 32 No. 1

$10 each

"Attacking "Red-Legged Grasshoppers": Moonshiners, Violence, and the Politics of Federal Liquor Taxation in Western North Carolina, 1865-1876" by Bruce E. Stewart. "The Past in the Present: The Greater Newport Rural Historic District" by Fred Carlisle. "The Margins of Civilization: Progressives and Moonshiners in the 19th-Century Mountain South" by Elvin Hatch. "'Pleasure Out of Telling': Voice Poems in George Ella Lyon's Fiction for Adults" by Marianne Worthington. "Return to Mount Le Conte: Or, A Short Treatise on Memory, Responsibility, and the American Black Bear" by John Crutchfield.

Poetry by Leatha Kendrick ("Hiding Place"), Bill Brown ("Remains"), Summar West ("Fall is creeping round the corner..."), and Michael C. Dowdy ("Avoiding Failure").

Reviews by David Cozzo (Folk Medicine in Southern Appalachia by Anthony Cavender), C.S. Everett (North from the Mountains: A Folk History of the Carmel Melungeon Settlement, Highland County, Ohio by John S. Kessler), Ken Fones-Wolf (Child Labor: An American History by Hugh D. Hindman), Tom Douglass (No Lonesome Road: Selected Prose and Poems by Don West, edited by Jeff Biggers and George Brosi), Martha Billips (Writers and Miners: Activism and Imagery in America by David C. Duke), Melanie Beals Goan (Coal Miners' Doctor by Rita A. Mariotti), Edwina Pendarvis (Signifying Serpents and Mardi Gras Runners: Representing Identity in Selected Souths edited by Celeste Ray and Luke Eric Lassiter).

With the "Signs of the Times" and "Chronicle."


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