• FOXFIRE 10

    Chock full of the wit and wisdom that has become the Foxfire trademark, this tenth volume in the acclaimed series is on oral history of Appalachian lives and traditions, homespun crafts, and folk arts including gourd carving and chair making.

    Item: 10739
  • FOXFIRE 11

    This eleventh volume celebrates the rituals and recipes of the Appalachian homeplace, including a one-hundred page section on herbal remedies, and segments about planting and growing a garden, preserving and pickling, smoking and salting, honey making, beekeeping, and fishing, as well as hundreds of the kind of spritied firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style. Much more than “how-to” books, the Foxfire series is a publishing phenomenon and a way of life, teaching creative self-sufficiency, the art of natural remedies, home crafts, and other country folkways, fascinating to everyone interested in rediscovering the virtues of simple life.

    Item: 10740
  • FOXFIRE 12

    In this twelfth volume of the series, you’ll find reminiscences about learning to square dance and tales about traditional craftsmen who created useful items in the old-time ways that have since disappeared in most of the country. Here are lessons on how to make rose beads and wooden coffins, and on how to find turtles in your local pond. We hear the voices of descendants of the Cherokees who lived in the region, and we learn about what summer camp was like for generations of youngsters. We meet a rich assortment of Appalachian characters and listen to veterans recount their war experiences. Illustrated with photographs and drawings, Foxfire 12 is a rich trove of information and stories from a fascinating American culture.

    Item: 10741
  • FOXFIRE 2

    This second Foxfire volume celebrates the rites and customs of Appalachia, including topics such as ghost stories, spinning and weaving, wagon making, midwifing, corn shuckin’, and more. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10731
  • FOXFIRE 3

    Volume three of this series celebrates the lively and homespun heritage of Appalachia covering animal care, banjos and dulcimers, wild plant foods, butter churns, ginseng and more. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10732
  • FOXFIRE 4

    This fourth volume celebrates the home life and creative heritage of Appalachia, including sections on knife making, wood carving, logging, and cheese making, as well as a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from the Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire lifestyle.

    Item: 10733
  • FOXFIRE 5

    The fifth Foxfire volume celebrates the survival techniques and resourceful heritage of Appalachia including topics such as rain-making, blacksmithing, bear hunting, flintlock rifles, and more. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10734
  • FOXFIRE 6

    Volume six of the Foxfire series celebrates the playful and innovative heritage of Appalachia, covering shoemaking, crafting toys and games, carving gourd banjos, song bows and wooden locks, creating a water-powered sawmill, and other fascinating topics. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10735
  • FOXFIRE 7

    The seventh Foxfire volume celebrates the spiritual heritage of Appalachia by exploring the traditions of mountain religious heritage–including ministers, revivals, baptisms, gospel-singing, faith healing, camp meetings, snake handling–and more. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10736
  • FOXFIRE 8

    In the eighth volume of the series celebrates the artistic and skillful heritage of Appalachia by exploring southern folk pottery from pug mills, ash glazes, and groundhog kilns to face jugs, churns and roosters, as well as mule swapping, chicken fighting, and more. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10737
  • FOXFIRE 9

    The ninth volume of the series celebrates the crafts and heritage of Appalachia and includes information about general stores, the Jud Nelson wagon, a praying rock, a Catawban Indian potter, “haint” tales, quilting, home cures, and more on the log cabin. Also included are a variety of the kind of spirited firsthand narrative accounts from Appalachian community members that exemplify the Foxfire style.

    Item: 10738
  • FOXFIRE VOLUME 10-12 SET

    First published in 1972, The Foxfire Book was a surprise best-seller that brought Appalachia’s philosophy of simple living to hundreds of thousands of readers. Whether you wanted to hunt game, bake the old-fashioned way, or learn the art of successful moonshining, the Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center had a contact who could teach you how with clear, step-by-step instructions.

    This set includes:

    • Foxfire 10
    • Foxfire 11
    • Foxfire 12

    Item: 10772

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