|#4832-The Complete How To Speak Southern|
A translashun of some old and some not so old suthun words and expreshuns.
|#5662-The Southerners Instruction Book|
More than 350 quips, aphomorisms and ideals, loaded with a healthy dose of Southern humor, all of which are sound advice for living life the way it is meant to be.
|#6338-Front Porch Songs, Jokes & Stories|
A collection of 48 great old-time songs featuring brief history of each song.
|SOLD OUT-#4877-Bitterweed and Wild Onions|
Fifties life in Habersham County, Georgia
|#4892-The Southerners Book of Lists|
Lists of things that any true Southerner ought to know by heart, and a guide for those who want to be Southerners, even for a day.
|#4905-Fanning The Embers|
Chronicles the Lynch and Woodall families of North Georgia and provides a view of Depression and pre-Depression life in the foothills when folks had to literally live off the land and do they best they could to survive.
|#2747-For Love of Laughter|
Stories of people in and around Dahlonega, Georgia (currently out of print - Limited Edition
|#5934-King of the Moonshiners|
More than any other individual moonshiner in southern Appalachia, Lewis Redmond captured the imagination of middle-class Americans. Then, as now, media coverage had a lot to do with his reputation.
|#5537-A Clock, a Coffee Pot, and a Field of Lilies|
A daughters story of life with a beloved father and pediatric doctor who struggled with addictions to alcohol and drugs.
|#5946-The Lords Garden|
A Book of up-lifting poems by Georgia author, Beverly Bartlett.
|#5185-To Your Health and Happiness|
A compilation of health articles submitted by the late Dr. John M. Clark, a Radiologist and a regular contributor to the White County News and Telegraph.
|#5503-Golden Gems of Poetry|
A compilation of poems from the heart and pen of Betty Eller, Northeast Georgia poet.
|#4377-Moving Gone Dancing|
A great story teller, Mildred Greear uses her talents to weave words into beautiful pictures and intimate conversations.
|#1792-The Spirit Of Helen|
A trip through time in Helen, Georgias alpine village
A richly illustrated and entertaining history and how to, liberally sprinkled with quotes, song lyrics and vintage photographs, celebrates this potent potable in all its glory.
A chronicle of corn whiskey from King James; Ulster Plantation to Americas Appalachians and the Moonshine Life.
|#4319-More Mountain Spirits|
The Continuing Chronicle of Moonshine Life and Corn Whiskey, Wines, Ciders & Beers in Americas Appalachians.
|#5098-The Jack Tales |
Folk tales from the Southern Appalachians.