copyright 1972; Anchor Books publishers, New York; softbound copy with some foxing/aging on cover and spine (see pics); small owner's sticker inside cover; covers and pages are good shape with minor aging inside; see pics for condition; very interesting book (see description below); many, many illustrations and photos.
"hog dressing; log cabin building; mountain crafts and foods; planting by the signs; snake lore, hunting tales, faith healing; moonshining; and other affairs of plain living"
Eliot Wigginton (born Brooks Eliot Wigginton on November 9, 1942) is an American oral historian, folklorist, writer and former educator. He was most widely known for developing the Foxfire Project, a writing project that led to a magazine and the series of best-selling Foxfire books, twelve volumes in all. These were based on articles by high school students from Rabun County, Georgia. In 1986 he was named "Georgia Teacher of the Year" and in 1989 he was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship.