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Covered Bridges of the South.

By: Allen, Richard Sanders.

Price: $38.00

Publisher: New York, Bonanza Books:

Seller ID: 002863

CR MCMLXX (1970), dust jacket (price clipped) and book very good condition. 54 pages with index and glossary. Previous owner's name stamp front pastedowns, black and white photos with a roster of all existing structures in North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, and Kentucky; and of bridges that are no longer there in Mississippi, Arkansas, and Texas. Tells of John Montgomery's single span, 436 foot wooden suspension bridge, the longest ever built in the world. Horace King, the freed slave who built many bridges in Alabama and Georgia, and much more. View more info

Robert Lee Stowe. Pioneer in Textiles.

By: Blythe, LeGette.

Price: $28.00

Publisher: Belmont, NC,

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 003006

CR 1965, title date 1965, signed by Stowe, Jr. Ink inscription reads "Mr. Henry Rhyme - Best Wishes For The Yew Year - Robert L. Stowe, Jr. Jan 14, 1966". 288 pages with index and black and white photos. Blue covers. All good+ condition. He saw what the "company store" plan was doing to the people - turning in their cotton crop just to balance their account and were left with nothing. He knew they needed jobs that paid cash so he raised $75,000 and the mill was built and people realized that working and living in mill houses was much better and receiving real money for th... View more info

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Ocracoke Island: Pearl of the Outer Banks.

By: Bragg, Cecil S.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Manteo, NC, Times Printing:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002791

Dust jacket with mylar, CR 1973, 188 pages, Sand colored covers with a tree in the bottom right corner, all very good condition. Illustrated by John F Wilson, IV. Capt. Bragg loved his island home and has put his memories in this book for everyone to enjoy. View more info

North Carolina's Executive Mansion. The First 100 Years.

By: Bushong, William.

Price: $32.00

Publisher: North Carolina, Executive Mansion Fine Arts Committee:

Edition: Believe to be a First Edition

Seller ID: 003020

With a tour of the house and gardens by Betty M. Baker, Marie Sharpe Ham and Nancy O'Dowd. Dust jacket has slight soil, otherwise all very good. CR 1991. Published with financial support of the Broyhill family and Broyhill Foundation, with a card inside stating "that this book will be placed in every school and county library in North Carolina". "To Betti and Will. Merry Christmas! Faye and Paul. " 190 pages with color and black and white photos. View more info

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The Jack Tales.

By: Chase, Richard.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin:

Seller ID: 002951

Folk Tales fro the Southern Appalachian. Illustrated by Berkeley Williams, Jr. Dust jacket and book are very good condition. CR 1943, 23rd printing. 202 pages with glossary, notes and appendix. Black and white sketches, dust jacket is prce clipped.. Told by R.M.Ward and his kin in the Beech Mountain section of Western North Carolina and by other descendents of Council Harmon 1803-1896; and elsewhere in the southern mountains with three tales from Wise County, Virginia. View more info

Artisans of the Appalachians.

By: DuPuy, Edward L.

Price: $78.00

Publisher: Asheville, NC, Miller Printing Co.:

Edition: Believe to be a First Edition

Seller ID: 003032

Photos and original material and text Emma Weaver, CR 1967, 123 pages with index, some pencil underlining, tan covers with potter on front cover. Dark on front cover top and spine, looks like it got singed, but does not affect inside, dust jacket is inside the book, in pieces. Purpose is to preserve in word and picture the individual lore of some of the more interesting, important, the best craftsmen, traditional or native. View more info

Highland Homeland. The People of the Great Smokies.

By: Dykeman, Wilma and Jim Stokely.

Price: $16.00

Publisher: North Carolina, National Park Service:

Seller ID: 003106

National Park Service history series, 1978, 189 pages and bibliography. profusely illustrated with black and white photos of the mountain people. Covers pioneers, Cherokee indians, mountaineers, sawmills, etc. Green covers, very good+. Signed by author "To Mae Matasavage with my best wishes. Wilma Dykeman Feb. 1980". View more info

The Devil's Tramping Ground.

By: Harden, John.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC, university of North Carolina:

Edition: Third Edition

Seller ID: 002937

And other North Carolina Mystery Stories. Red covers, all good+. 178 pages, drawings by Mary Lindsay McAlister, CR 1949. An outgrowth of weekly rradio programs on WPTF Raleigh in 1946-47, called "Tales of Tar Heelers". View more info

Our North Carolina Heritage.

By: Hastings, Charlotte Ivey (compiled by).

Price: $35.00

Edition: Revised Edition

Seller ID: 002523

Dated 1960, revised edition, 212 pages, black and white photos and sketches. Illustrated endpapers of "First in NC", and "NC History". Red covers with gilt lettering and blind stamp of the Seal of NC. All good+ condition. View more info


By: Hoffman, Margaret.

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Columbia, South Carolina, Summerhouse Press.:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002938

A Tale of Villainy and Murder in Colonial America. CR 1998, 299 pages. Chapter head text cuts. Based on a true story, a tale of political intrigue, villainy, and romance as Blackbeard emerges as a man of consideraable charm and gallantry who becomes the confidant of the Governor of North Carolina and becomes involved with a beautiful young heiress. Dust jacket and book very good + condition. View more info

Rain On The Just.

By: Morehouse, Kathleen

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Illinois, Southern Illinois University:

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 002491

A novel of the North Carolina Brushy Mountains and the unique speech and folklore of the people who lived there. She moved from Boston to the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains and realized she had traveled many miles, but also decades - and found a very different people, strong and eager but also aloof. The opening incident is based on fact - the rest of the book is supposedly fiction. Although the people that lived in the Brushy Mountain area were very upset when the book was published. Part of the "Lost American Fiction" series edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli. CR 1936, this is ... View more info

These Storied Mountains.

By: Parris, John.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Asheville, NC, Citizen-Times Publishing:

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 002707

Dust jacket and book good+ condition. CR 1972. 372 pages. Native flower sketches by Dorothy Laxton Parris. He is a true craftsman with a poetic style and also his stories reflect his sincere love of his mountains and his people and a kind of eternal springtime. He has written 3 previous best sellers - "Roaming the Mountainss (1955)", "My Mountains, My People (1957)" - and "Mountain Bred (1967)". View more info

A history of Catawba County North Carolina.

By: Preslar, Charles J. Jr. (edited by)

Price: $80.00

Publisher: Salisbury, NC, Rowan Printers:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002697

Catawba County Historical Society, CR 1954, 523 pages with pastedowns of a map of Catawba County. X-library with stickers, numbers, stamps, etc. Black and white sketches with photos of deceased members of the historical society and the present members also. A complete history with Civil War rosters, Spanish-American War, World War I and II. Blue covers, much wear, inside front hinge almost separated, back hinge inside separated. Content tight and clean. View more info

Beaufort County (North Carolina)

By: Reed, C. Wingate.

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Raleigh, NC, Edwards & Broughton Co.:

Edition: Believe to be a First Edition

Seller ID: 003005

Wingate is a USA Retired Colonel. Two Centuries of Beaufort County, North Carolina history. CR 1962, 244 pages with index and appendices, map of North Carolina Beaufort County on pastedowns, double page of plan of the town with names of people who lived there, also a 1717 map of Algonkian Tribes and Towns and other illustrations. The first two Centuries of Beaufort County, the lives of the people, where they settled and how they lived. It was one of the 7 oldest counties in North Carolina, straddling the Pamlico River from its source at the mount of the TAR, to the Pungo River, about 35 m... View more info

Charlotte Remembers

By: Reynolds, D. R. (compiled and Edited by).

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Charlotte, NC, Community Publishers:

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002857

CR 1972, oblong paper covers. A collection of historical information compiled from many sources. The graphic approach based on an early American style lends a note of nostalgia and adds to its distinction. Local landmarks are noted with a map, historic buildings, Civil War in Charlotte, finding of gold, education, medical, transportation, biography of prominent people, sports, business and finance, etc. Unpaginated, approx. 70 pages. View more info

The Discoveries of John Lederer.

By: Rights, Douglas L.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Virginia and North Carolina, U of Virginia Press and Wachovia Historical Society, Winston-Salem, NC:

Edition: Believe to be a First Edition

Seller ID: 003353

ISBN: CR 1958

Along with unpublished letters by and about Lederer to Governor John Winthrop, Jr. and an Essay on the Indians of Lederer's discoveries, edited with notes by William P. Cumming. Lederer was the first Eurpean to explore the Piedmont and the Blue Ridge Mountains and to leave a record of his discoveries, circa 1660-1670. 148 pages with index and bibliography. A fold-out map of the three routes he traveled through interior of Virginia thru the Blue Ridge Mountains. Map on inside of front cover. All very good. This is a reprint. View more info

North Carolina Folklore Journal.

By: Walser, Richard (edited by).

Price: $10.00

Seller ID: 003029

Volume XXI, #3, Sept. 1973, 154 pages, black and white illustrations, some of the folklore covers "The Merry Cemetery of Transylvania, Ray Lum, Mule Trader", etc. All good+ condition. View more info

North Carolina Legends.

By: Walser, Richard.

Price: $18.00

Publisher: NC Dept of Cultural Resources:

Seller ID: 003023

Drawings by Bill Ballard, title date 1980, CR 1980, 76 pages with notes and sources. Sepia illustrations, some pen and pencil marks through - doesn't affect condition. View more info

Dead and Gone.

By: Wellman, Manly Wade.

Price: $14.00

Publisher: Chapel Hill, NC, university of North Carolina:

Seller ID: 002943

Classic Crimes of North Carolina. CR 1954, 190 pages. Back inside hinge and 2 pages show holes, not affecting text. Ten murders which were of tremendous and widespread interest are presented. Included is a Confederate general, a lovely orphan girl, a pathetic little boy, an offensive poential boss. Orange covers, good + condition. View more info

Legends of the Outer Banks and Tar Heel Tidewater.

By: Whedbee, Charles Harry.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Winston-Salem, NC, John F. Blair:

Edition: Third Printing

Seller ID: 002945

Dust jacket and book good+ condition. Map on endpapers, illustrated by Anne Kesler Shields. CR 1966, 165 pages. Many of the inhabitants of these areas are living legends in themselves. Others have died leaving us the poorer for their passing. We try to preserve some of the folklore and legend which they knew so well and told so vividly. View more info