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Foxfire (Winter 1973)

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Foxfire (Winter 1973)

37.00
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Edited by Roy Dickerson, Don MacNeil, Ray McBride, Annette Sutherland, Randall Williams, and Annette Reems. Contents include:

  • Letter: “From the land of nine-fingered people”

  • Ethel Corn: A portrait of one of our most frequently visited contacts.

  • Apple Butter Made in a Brass Kettle: The Pat Brooks family of Tennessee invites us over to sample their homemade apple butter.

  • ‘Lasses: The family and neighbors of Burnett Brooks in North Carolina show our kids how to make sorghum the old-fashioned way.

  • Dipper Gourds: Lawton shows us how to make one.

  • The First Day in the Life of a Potato Hole: Randall’s grandfather stores his potatoes for the winter.

  • Mary Helton: Portrait of a Virginia basketmaker.

  • Aunt Nora: A visit with one of Annette’s favorite people.

  • Deliverance Will Come: A special insert featuring Rabun County people who participated in the filming of the movie “Deliverance,” along with a look at the effect of that film on our county.

  • Corn Shocks

  • Holidays: A look into the way special days were celebrated years ago.

  • Reviews, Response Section, and Patron List.

Published by Foxfire Fund (1974). A previously owned copy that is still in great shape. Some sun damage to the spine. Interior pages nearly perfect.

94-page pamphlet, illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs.

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Edited by Roy Dickerson, Don MacNeil, Ray McBride, Annette Sutherland, Randall Williams, and Annette Reems. Contents include:

  • Letter: “From the land of nine-fingered people”

  • Ethel Corn: A portrait of one of our most frequently visited contacts.

  • Apple Butter Made in a Brass Kettle: The Pat Brooks family of Tennessee invites us over to sample their homemade apple butter.

  • ‘Lasses: The family and neighbors of Burnett Brooks in North Carolina show our kids how to make sorghum the old-fashioned way.

  • Dipper Gourds: Lawton shows us how to make one.

  • The First Day in the Life of a Potato Hole: Randall’s grandfather stores his potatoes for the winter.

  • Mary Helton: Portrait of a Virginia basketmaker.

  • Aunt Nora: A visit with one of Annette’s favorite people.

  • Deliverance Will Come: A special insert featuring Rabun County people who participated in the filming of the movie “Deliverance,” along with a look at the effect of that film on our county.

  • Corn Shocks

  • Holidays: A look into the way special days were celebrated years ago.

  • Reviews, Response Section, and Patron List.

Published by Foxfire Fund (1974). A previously owned copy that is still in great shape. Some sun damage to the spine. Interior pages nearly perfect.

94-page pamphlet, illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographs.