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Beasley, Galyon Neil, TRUE TALES OF TIPTON, TENNESSEE. (Charleston: The History Press, 2007). NEW copy, trade PAPERBACK. Over 100 black & white photographs. 256 pages.
~~ Located just north of the bustling metropolis of Memphis, Tipton County, Tennessee, has its own rich history, full of interesting people and events. Historian and author Gaylon Beasley presents favorite and little-known stories of Civil War heroes, Hollywood starlets and both the serious and lighter sides of Tipton life, all in this fascinating and historic collection.

$20.00



Guy, Joe, THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF EAST TENNESSEE. (Charleston: The History Press, 2008). NEW copy, trade PAPERBACK. Over 40 black & white photographs. 128 pages.
~~ From Chattanooga up to Knoxville, and every town and holler in between, Guy recounts the absorbing and oft-forgotten history of this great region with stories of revenuers, Overmountain Men, Confederate cavalry girls, and the lost tribe of the Hiwassee, just to name a few.

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Guy, Joe, THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF McMINN COUNTY: Tales from Eastern Tennessee. (Charleston: The History Press, 2007). NEW copy, trade PAPERBACK. Over 40 black & white photographs. 128 pages.
~~ Amid the serenity of McMinn County, in southeast Tennessee, lies a history that has long lain hidden in old newspaper stories, county records and the memories of McMinn’s most venerable citizens. The Hidden History of McMinn County is the first-ever collection of articles from the popular regional newspaper column of historian Joe Guy.

$20.00



McCaulley, Margaret and J.C. McCaulley, A CADES COVE CHILDHOOD. (Charleston: The History Press, 2008). NEW copy, trade PAPERBACK. Over 40 black & white photographs. 96 pages.
~~ The remote Smoky Mountain community of Cades Cove still lives in the memory of J.C. McCaulley, one of the few remaining former residents, who offers an exclusive glimpse into a childhood in the Cove. His stories, compiled by his wife Margaret, are a testament to a way of life long abandoned—a life before automobiles, television and perhaps too much exposure to the outside world; a life of hard work and caring for your neighbors.

$18.00



Walker III, Edward R., COCKE COUNTY, TENNESSEE: Pages from the Past. (Charleston: The History Press, 2007). NEW copy, trade PAPERBACK. Over 30 black & white photographs. 128 pages.
~~ Author and county historian Eddie Walker has long chronicled the history of beautiful Cocke County, tucked away in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Published together for the first time, this collection of favorite Walker articles which first appeared in the Newport Plain Talk from 1996 to 2001 offers an intimate look at a picturesque East Tennessee community.

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Goolrick, John T., FREDERICKSBURG AND THE CAVALIER COUNTRY. Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1935. First Edition. Cloth. Old water stain, not conspicuous, along spine of jacket. Some rubbing to spine of book. Book & jacket overall tight & intact. Jacket in mylar protector. Two different maps on endpages. Photographs of old houses throughout. Includes history of the settlement of the Royalist Cavaliers along the banks of the Potomac. Primarily a survey of the historic houses and buildings of Fredericksburg. $37.50

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Wilson, Charles Reagan & William Ferris, editors, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SOUTHERN CULTURE, VOLUME 1. Anchor Books, 1991., VG, PAPERBACK. 9x6. Corner of front cover creased, otherwise in new condition. Volume One of the series. This volume covers: Agriculture, Art & Architecture, Black Life, Education and Environment. Illustrated, notes, index of contributers, general index, 692 pp . Paperback currently out of print. Hardcover currently in print at $75.

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