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Appalachian Legacy
by Shelby Lee Adams
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The Appalachian Trail Backpacker : Trail-Proven Advice for Hikes of Any Length
by Frank Logue, Victoria Steele Logue
Paperback - 216 pages 2 edition (April 1, )
Menasha Ridge Pr; ISBN: 0897321618

The Appalachian Trail Workbook for Planning Thru-Hikes
by Christopher Whalen

Appalachian Trail Guide to North Carolina-Georgia : Davenport Gap, North Carolina, to Springer Mountain, Georgia, Including the Great Smoky Mountains
by Jack Coriell (Editor), et al 
Official guidebook and maps to the Appalachian Trail in north Georgia (the southern terminus) into North Carolina and through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, more than 235 miles. Includes two detached map sheets for south of the park and National Geographic-Trails Illustrated's map of the park.

A Walk in the Woods : Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail
A Walk in the Woods : Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail
by Bill Bryson
Bill Bryson has made a living out of traveling and then writing about it. In The Lost Continent he re-created the road trips of his childhood; in Neither Here nor There he retraced the route he followed as a young backpacker traversing Europe. When this American transplant to Britain decided to return home, he made a farewell walking tour of the British countryside and produced Notes from a Small Island. Once back on American soil and safely settled in New Hampshire, Bryson once again hears the siren call of the open road--only this time it's a trail. The Appalachian Trail, to be exact. In A Walk in the Woods Bill Bryson tackles what is, for him, an entirely new subject: the American wilderness. Accompanied only by his old college buddy Stephen Katz, Bryson starts out one March morning in north Georgia, intending to walk the entire 2,100 miles to trail's end atop Maine's Mount Katahdin. 

If nothing else, A Walk in the Woods is proof positive that the journey is the destination. As Bryson and Katz haul their out-of-shape, middle-aged butts over hill and dale, the reader is treated to both a very funny personal memoir and a delightful chronicle of the trail, the people who created it, and the places it passes through. Whether you plan to make a trip like this one yourself one day or only care to read about it, A Walk in the Woods is a great way to spend an afternoon. --Alix Wilber -
Paperback from Broadway

The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree: An Appalachian Story
The Year of the Perfect Christmas Tree: An Appalachian Story
by Barbara Cooney, Gloria McLendon Houston
Hardcover from Dial Books for Young Readers
The Foxfire Book : Hog Dressing, Log Cabin Building, Mountain Crafts and Foods, Planting by theSigns, Snake Lore, Hunting Tales, Faith Healing, Moonshining
by Eliot Wigginton
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The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Toys & Games
by Linda Garland Page, Hilton Smith, Simon J. Bronner
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Silver Packages: An Appalachian Christmas Story
Silver Packages: An Appalachian Christmas Story
by Cynthia Rylant, Chris K. Soentpiet
Hardcover from Orchard Books
Walking the Appalachian Trail
by Larry Luxenberg, Mike Warren
Paperback from Stackpole Books
Long-Distance Hiking : Lessons from the Appalachian Trail
by Roland Mueser
Book Description: Blending sage advice with personal experiences and anecdotes, this unconventional book is an unusually thoughtful account of long-distance trekking on the Appalachian Trail. Mueser draws upon interviews and questionnaire data gathered from over 100 long distance hikers hoofing it through the Applachian Mountains.
Paperback - 190 pages
McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 0070444587
The Midwife's Tale
by Gretchen Moran Laskas
Hardcover from Dial Pr
Old-Time Kentucky Fiddle Tunes
by Jeff Todd Titon
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The Face of Appalachia: Portraits from the Mountain Farm
The Face of Appalachia: Portraits from the Mountain Farm
by Tim Barnwell, George Tice, Sam Gray
Book Description:
A world we have lost, in beautiful photographs and moving words. 
Life in the steep hills of Appalachia has changed more in the last twenty years than in the previous two hundred. Long a region of farmers, burley tobacco, cattle, copious gardens, durable traditions, and hard-working families, it has become a region of retirees, developers, young urban escapees, and new highways. Aware of the transformation, Tim Barnwell set out to document the lives of the people in the land he grew up in. His sensitive portraits, landscapes, and farm scenes, and his penetrating oral histories give us an entrée into a life characterized by straightforward joys, hardships, isolation, and independence. It is a way of life we will not see again. 100 duotone photographs. 
Hardcover from W.W. Norton & Company
Walkin' on the Happy Side of Misery: A Slice of Life on the Appalachian Trail
by Junius R. Tate
Paperback from Xlibris Corporation
The Appalachian Trail Backpacker, 3rd: Trail-proven Advice for Hikes of Any Length
by Frank Logue, Victoria Logue
Paperback from Menasha Ridge Press
White Blaze Fever
by Bill Schuette
Book Description:
"White Blaze Fever," a true life adventure that embraces the reader as a "hiking partner" in pursuit of the 2-inch by 6-inch white blazes from Springer Mountain, Georgia, to Mt. Katahdin, Maine. 

A must read for both the arm chair adventures and the stalwart hikers who not only enjoy reading hiking adventure, but are also looking for specific information on hiking the Appalachian Trail. Over one hundred informative and essential "Hiker Tips" have been infused for hiker assistance. 

Through daily journal entries the vicarious hiking partner will share encounters with bear, moose, snakes and other wildlife. The reader will feel the thrill of viewing the most magnificent vistas east of the Mississippi and come to know a unique collection of individuals guaranteed to bring a smile to your face and warmth to your heart. 

Paperback from Publishing

2003 Appalachian Trail Thru-hikers' Companion
by Appalachian Long Distance Hikers Association
Spiral-bound from Appalachian Trail Conference

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