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    Foxfire 45th Anniversary Book Singin', Praisin', Raisin'

    ISBN-10: 0307742598
    ISBN-13: 9780307742599
    Edition: 2011
    Author(s): Inc. Foxfire Fund, Joyce Green, Casi Best
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    Copyright Year: 2011
    Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
    Publication Date: 8/30/2011
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 528
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 1.694

    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 Life
    In the Good Ol' Days
    "Praise the Lord, Sammy's quit smoking!"
    An interview with Sammy Green
    "Don't you ever stop by my house again asking for whiskey!"
    An interview with Madge Merrell
    "So that's pretty well my eight-nine years."
    Jack P. Nix tells us about his career
    "But he was a stinker, that boy of mine."
    An interview with Lillie Billingsley
    "He had his head stuck up, and Mama shot him."
    Memories from David "Lightnin'" Callenback
    "I don't feel like I'm Republican; I know I am."
    An interview with Carlee Heaton
    "Most of the toys I had was homemade."
    Coyl Justice shares childhood memories
    "The first airplane … we thought is was the Lord a-comin'."
    An interview with Vaughn Billingsley
    "You either moonshined or you sold corn to moonshiners."
    Memories from Allen English
    "Castro, he invited me to come see him."
    Tommy Irvin on forty years as ag commissioner
    Knoxville Girl
    Crime Close to Home
    "A ripple of dramatic emotion swept over the courtroom."
    The 1939 murder of Grace Bingham Brock
    Hell-Bent and Whiskey Bound: A Scaly Mountain Murder
    As told by Lillie Billingsley
    "Well, now, this is a true story."
    A story of birth and death from Melissa Rogers
    Last words, in a choked voice: "Good-bye, men."
    The hanging of Will Brown
    "Yeah, that stuff's a-growin' wild up there."
    Life and times of former sheriff Marley Cannon
    "Machine Gun Bandits Hold Up Bank of Clayton"
    1934 bank robbery as recalled by Huell Bramlett
    "I ain't made no liquor in a long time."
    Bass Dickery, "the Wild Russian"
    "Let me tell you about Bass."
    Bill White says, "We hit it off good"
    "Oh, Lord, if you won't help me, don't help them."
    The legend of the Moccasin gang
    A Legacy Lives On
    Sam McMahan on the loss of the Woodards
    Barbara Allen
    Tales and Legends
    "This happened on a cold, windy winter night."
    Family ghost stories from Melissa Rogers
    "Our cemetery is haunted. Did you know it?"
    Louise Tabor relates a tale for Halloween
    "If you believe in spirits at all, like I do …"
    Bob Justus talks about the "little people"
    The Legend of the Deer and the Witch
    Lillie Billingsley's "talk that my daddy told me"
    "You may not believe this, but they say …"
    Numerous Rabun legends from several people
    "These old mountains have lots of magic."
    Fairy tales and folklore from Clyde Hollifield
    "I wasn't hallucinating."
    Greg Stancil's true encounter with the devil
    Echoes
    Mountain Music Fills the Air
    "We went to the Grand Ole Opry in 1960."
    Curtis Blackwell
    "I like the ol' brother-style duet stuff."
    Wallace "Josh" Crowe
    A Story and a Song
    David Holt
    "It's been real, and it's been fun, but it ain't been real fun!"
    LV and Mary Mathis
    A Family Tradition
    Mountain Faith
    Fishers of Men
    The Primitive Quartet
    A Band Is Born
    George Reynolds and The Foxfire Boys
    "Because He Loved Me"
    Morris Stancil and his son, Greg Stancil
    The Banjo Can Also Touch the Heart
    Dale Tilley
    "I'm a musician."
    Gary Waldrep
    "Emergency services pronounced me dead at the scane."
    Young Harmony
    Daddy Was a Farmer
    School Farm Families
    Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School Farm Family Program
    Dr. Karl Anderson
    "I think it was the people that made it so special."
    Frances Fry Deal
    "Jack Acree … washed my mouth out with soap!"
    Jimmy Deal
    "What I've got now, I picked up from Rabun Gap School."
    James Adams
    Farmer's Daughter
    Jo-Anne Stiles Hubbs
    "You just enjoyed living."
    J. T. Coleman
    "Mama ordered one hundred little biddy chickens."
    William Thurmond
    "Life was hard, but there were fun times also."
    Harold Thurmond
    "Being on the school farm was a wonderful thing!"
    Doug Nix
    "I knowed there wasn't nobody else for me."
    Lucy Webb and her daughter Mary Webb Kitchens
    "Raise 'em, feed 'em, and kill 'em."
    Doris Carpenter and here son Jim Carpenter
    "I can remember in the fall of the year …"
    Bobbie Dills Carter
    "They provided the house, and we provided the labor."
    Marjorie Robinson and here son Morris Robinson
    "It was really a blessing for us."
    Tommy and Emma Chastain
    Cotton Gins and Sawmills
    The Jordan Family
    With His own Two Hands
    We'll Tell You How
    Tying a True Lover's Knot
    Research by Lee Carpenter
    The Adaptable Five-in-One Sled
    Kyle Bolen
    Building an Oak Shaving Horse
    With Claud Connell
    Chair Bottoming with Poplar Bark
    Harriet Echols, Elvin Cabe, and Nelson Cabe
    Raising Native Azaleas from Seed
    Coyl Justive
    Forging a Traditional Drawknife
    Barry Stiles
    Braiding a Leather Bullwhip
    Frank Vinson
    The Past Meets the Present
    A Closing Letter from Foxfire President Ann Moore
    Experiencing Traditional Music
    Southeastern Bluegrass and Gospel Festivals
    Editors and Staff
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