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A Heritage Journey Through the Great Smoky Mountains.  1998.  Franklin, N.C.: Smoky Mountain Host of North Carolina.  48 pp.  A detailed guide of N.C.’s seven westernmost counties.

Abraham, Michael.  2010.  The Spine of the Virginias: Journeys along the Border between Virginia and West Virginia.  Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  418 pp.  “...vignettes of people and places.”

Abraham, Michael.  2011.  Harmonic Highways: Motorcycling Virginia’s Crooked Road. Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  303 pp.  Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail tourism initiative.

Ackerman, Jennifer.  1997.  “A Grand Allegheny Resort” [The Homestead; Hot Springs, Va.; built 1766].  New York Times, 6 April, 12, 16 (sec. 5).

Adamich, Tom.  2003.  “‘The Dirt Was Flying’: Racing Pioneer Dave Kurtz” [1950s stock car racer].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Summer): 38-44.

Adams, Charles S., comp, ed.  1997.  Roadside Markers in West Virginia [text of 820 markers].  Rev. ed., published by Charles S. Adams, 201 Ryan Ct., Shepherdstown, W.Va.  25443.  92 pp.

Adams, Kevin.  1994.  North Carolina Waterfalls: Where to Find  Them, How to Photograph Them.  Winston-Salem: John F. Blair.  208 pp.

Adams, Kevin.  2002.  Waterfalls of Virginia and West Virginia: A Hiking and Photography Guide [200 falls].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  256 pp.

Adams, Kevin.  2003.  Hiking Great Smoky Mountains National Park [80 hikes detailed].  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon.  287 pp.

Adams, Noah.  2001.  Far Appalachia: Following the New River North [N.C.-Va.-W.Va.; travelogue].  New York: Delacorte Press.  238 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2000.  Fifty Hikes in Maryland: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Allegheny Plateau to the Atlantic Ocean.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  287 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2000.  Fifty Hikes in Northern Virginia: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Allegheny Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay.  2nd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  287 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2002.  Fifty Hikes in Southern Virginia: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  302 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2002.  Maryland: An Explorer’s Guide [incl. “Mountains of Western Maryland”].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  494 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2003.  Walking the Blue Ridge: A Guide to the Trails of the Blue Ridge Parkway [100 hikes over 70 trails].  3rd ed.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  242 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2005.  50 Hikes in West Virginia: From the Allegheny Mountains to the Ohio River [guidebook].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  320 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2007.  West Virginia: An Explorer’s Guide [authoritative guidebook; nine subregions; maps].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  536 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2012.  Along the Appalachian Trail: Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Two-hundred vintage photographs.

Alderman, J. Anthony.  1997.  Wildflowers of the Blue Ridge Parkway [guidebook].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  136 pp.

Allen, James Lane.  2004 [1886].  “Through the Cumberland Gap on Horseback” [Burnside, Cumberland Falls, Williamsburg, Barbourville, Pineville, Yellow Creek, Ky.; Cumberland Gap, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 249-274.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 73 (June 1886): 50-66.

Amberg, Rob.  2012.  Review essay of the web resource, Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway [in North Carolina; http://docsouth.unc.edu/blueridgeparkway/].  Southern Spaces: An Interdisciplinary Journal about the Regions, Places, and Cultures of the American South and Their Global Connections, 3 April.  1,000 words, plus interactive maps, illustrations, and recommended resources.  http://southernspaces.org/2012/driving-through-time-digital-blue-ridge-parkway.

Anderson, Colleen.  1998.  The New West Virginia One-Day Trip Book: More Than 200 Affordable Adventures in the Mountain State.  McLean, Va.: EPM Publications.  336 pp.

Anderson, Gary.  2011.  “Norris Lake Vocabulary” [Tenn.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 21-22.  Language and idiom of road signs has gone upscale along with the invasion of gated communities.

Andrews, James and Kenneth Wise.  1997.  The Best Overnight Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  104 pp.

Antonik, John.  2010.  Roll Out the Carpet: 101 Seasons of West Virginia University Basketball.  Foreword by Rod Thorn; afterword by Bob Huggins.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.  276 pp.

Appalachian Adventure: From Georgia to Maine–A Spectacular Journey on the Great American Trail.  2005.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  181 pp.  Text, photos, stories detailing a March-October, 1995 hike along the Appalachian Trail, by the staffs of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The News & Observer of Raleigh, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Hartford Courant, and The Maine Sunday Telegram.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy.  2012.  The Appalachian Trail: Celebrating America’s Hiking Trail [history].  Text by Brian B. King; foreword by Bill Bryson.  New York: Rizzoli.  334 pp., plus folded map.  Oversized volume with more than 300 color photos and images; in celebration of the trail’s 75th anniversary.

Appalachian Trail on My Mind [collected color photos; various photographers; literary captions].  2002.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  96 pp.

Appalachian Whitewater: The Southern States.  3rd ed.  1997.  Birmingham: Menasha Ridge Press.  256 pp.

Ascher, Barbara Lazear.  2005.  “Blues Traveler” [i.e., Blue Ridge; Manhattanite revisits hometown; Floyd Co., Va.].  National Geographic Traveler 22, no. 3 (April): 114-119.

Bailey, Barbara Copenhaver.  2003.  “Brooke County Trapping” [1940s-50s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Winter): 49-51.

Bailey, Wayne.  2002.  Wayne’s Turkey World: 60 Years of Hunting [W.Va.; master field biologist].  Edited with a foreword by Jim Casada.  Milton, N.C.: W. Bailey, (Richtman’s Printing Inc., Bismarck, N.D.).  168 pp.

Baker, Andrew J.  2005.  “When the Thunder Dies” [NASCAR; rise and fall of the North Wilkesboro Speedway, N.C.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 13-15.

Ballew, Bill.  2007.  A History of Professional Baseball in Asheville [N.C.; 1920s-80s; photos].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.

Bannon, James.  1997.  West Virginia: A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure.  Asheville: Out There Press.  264 pp.

Barnes, Tony.  2006.  Seneca: The Climber’s Guide [W.Va., rock climbing; Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area; 437 routes detailed].  2nd ed.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: Earthbound Sports.  231 pp.

Barnett, Bob.  2005.  “When the ‘Big Green’ Rolled: Newell’s Championship Season” [1951-52 state championship basketball].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 1 (Spring): 10-17.

Barnett, C. Robert, and Michele Schiavone, section editors.  “Sports and Recreation” [signed entries].  In Encyclopedia of Appalachia, ed. R. Abramson and J. Haskell, 1361-1405 (with introductory essay, 1361-1367).  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Barrell, Allison.  2004.  “‘Bring Your Own Towel’: Nudism, Federal Courts, and the Timberline Lodge” [Tenn. nudist resort].  In Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, ed. M. Birdwell and W. Dickinson, 323-333.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Barrick, Michael.  1998.  “The Hillbilly Highway” [people and places along Interstate 77, W.Va. to N.C.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Winter): 21-24.

Batchelor, John E.  2012.  Chefs of the Mountains: Restaurants and Recipes from Western North Carolina.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  338 pp.  “...profiles more than 40 well-established and up-and-coming chefs from the region....with recipes from each chef.”

Bechdel, Tom.  2006.  Coyote Hunting: The Eastern Coyote.  Terra Alta, W.Va.: Headline Books.  89 pp.

Becker, Carl M.  1998.  Home and Away: The Rise and Fall of Professional Football on the Banks of the Ohio River, 1919-1934  [Portsmouth and Ironton, Ohio, and Ashland, Ky.].  Athens: Ohio University Press.  367 pp.

Becker, Carl.  1999.  “‘Beat the Tanks’: A Chronicle of the Ashland Armcos, 1925-30” [Ky., Ohio; early, semi-professional football].  Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 97 (Autumn): 403-443.

Beekman, Scott.  2010.  NASCAR Nation: A History of Stock Car Racing in the United States. Santa Barbara, Calif: Praeger.  175 pp.

Believe: The Story of the 2007 West Virginia Mountaineer Football Team.  2008.  Morgantown, W.Va.: Pediment Publishing.  160 pp.  After losing its head coach, WVU went on to defeat  #3 Oklahoma at the 2008 Fiesta Bowl.  Newspaper columns and commentary, photographs.

Benner, Bob, and David Benner.  2005.  Carolina Whitewater: A Paddler’s Guide to the Western Carolinas.  9th ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  262 pp.

Bernstein, Danny.  2012.  Hiking North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains: Blue Ridge Parkway, Grandfather Mountain, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Hickory Nut Gorge, Linville Gorge, NC State Parks, Pisgah National Forest and Much More.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  377.  Day hikes guidebook.

Blake, Christopher, ed.  2005.  River of Cliffs: A Linville Gorge Reader [N.C.; literary collection].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  157 pp.

Bolgiano, Chris.  1997.  “Trailing Lonesome Pines” [Big Stone Gap, Va.; Breaks Interstate Park, Ky. and Va.; and setting for novelist John Fox Jr.].  New York Times, 6 April, 13-14 (sec. 5).

Borowiec, Andrew.  2000.  Along the Ohio [Ohio River Valley; 80 duotone photos]. Creating the North American Landscape.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.  128 pp.

Boyd, Robin.  2006.  Mountain Biker’s Guide to West Virginia [trails at 19 locations].  Photography by Daniel Boyd.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  144 pp.

Bratton, Susan.  2012.  The Spirit of the Appalachian Trail: Community, Environment, and Belief on a Long-Distance Hiking Path.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  284 pp.  “...addresses the spiritual dimensions of hiking the Appalachian Trail....how long-distance walking might enhance both body and mind.”

Brill, David.  [1990] 2003.  As Far as the Eye Can See: Reflections of an Appalachian Trail Hiker.  Reprint.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  190 pp.  Originally published: Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press.

Brosi, George.  2009.  “This Side of the Mountain” [heritage tourism].  Appalachian Heritage 37, no. 3 (Summer): 6-7.  Brainstorming ideas with the ARC for “asset-based community development” along the lines of Va.’s “The Crooked Road” musical heritage route -- projects that “celebrate our heritage, encourage learning...promote economic development” and offer “a stage not a cage” for local people.

Brown, Dick.  2008.  King of the Mountain: The Story of Jerry Moore’s Rise from the Depths of Despair to Lead the Appalachian State University Mountaineers to Three Straight National Championships [football coach; b. 1939].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: DB Ink.  213 pp.

Brown, Fred, and Nell Jones, ed.  1991.  The Georgia Conservancy’s Guide to the North Georgia Mountains.  2nd ed.  Foreword by Jimmy Carter.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  251 pp.

Brown, Fred, et al.  2007.  The Riverkeeper’s Guide to the Chattahoochee River: From Its Origin at Chattahoochee Gap to Apalachicola Bay [Ga.; guidebook].  Illustrations by Garry Pound.  Atlanta: CI Publishing.  352 pp.

Brown, Rodger Lyle.  1997.  Ghost Dancing on the Cracker Circuit: The Culture of Festivals in the American South.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  204 pp.  Contents: Ch. 1. Stuffing Sin in a Lard Bucket: Rattlesnake Roundup at Whigham, Georgia -- Ch. 2. History’s All We Have Left: The Tobacco Festival (Clarkton, North Carolina), Swine Time (Climax, Georgia), and the Banana Festival (South Fulton, Tennessee) -- Ch. 3. Honoring the Cob: Hillbilly Days at Pikeville, Kentucky -- Ch. 4. This Year’s Hernando: The De Soto Celebration at Bradenton, Florida -- Ch. 5. Destiny in Dayton: The Scopes Trial Play and Festival at Dayton, Tennessee -- Ch. 6. “Hey, Barney. Hey, Andy.”: Mule Day at Calvary, Georgia -- Ch. 7. Aunt Bee’s Death Certificate: Mayberry Days at Mount Airy, North Carolina.

Brown, Scott E.  2004.  Pennsylvania Waterfalls: A Guide for Hikers and Photographers [52 hikes/falls; maps, color photos, local history].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  143 pp.

Bruce, Dan.  2001.  The Thru-Hiker’s Handbook: Georgia to Maine 2001: #1 Guide for Long-Distance Hikes on the Appalachian Trail.  11th ed.  Hot Springs, N.C.: Center for Appalachian Trail Studies.  173 pp.

Bryson, Bill.  1998.  A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail [more humor than guidebook].  New York: Broadway Books.  288 pp.

Buhite, Russell D.  2004.  “The Continental League and Its Western Carolina League Affiliate: Branch Rickey’s Second Finest Hour” [eight minor league teams/towns].  North Carolina Historical Review 81 (October): 426-460.

Bunce, Oliver Bell.  2004 [1871].  “On Lookout Mountain (with Illustrations by Harry Fenn)” [Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Rock City, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 59-69.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Appleton’s Journal 6 (26 Aug. 1871): 238-242.

Burnett, John.  2004.  “Fishing in Berwind” [details 1950s boyhood creek-fishing, McDowell Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Summer): 46-49.

Campbell, Ben E.  2011.  “Destination Country Roads.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 12-13.  Memoir; W.Va.; 1970 short-bed Chevy truck.

Campbell, Bill, and Nye Simmons.  2003.  The Smoky Mountains Photographer’s Guide [tips, locations, color photos].  Edited by Steve Kemp.  Knoxville, Tenn.: Little River Publishing.  128 pp.

Car Racing in Appalachia: From ‘Shine to Shrines.  2005.  Special issue, Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 1-44.

Carpenter, Frank O.  2004 [1890].  “The Great Smoky Mountains and Thunderhead Peak” [Maryville, Tuckaleechee Cove (Townsend), Thunderhead Mountain (Great Smoky Mountains National Park), Tenn./N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 331-339.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Appalachia 6 (Dec. 1890): 138-146.

Carr, Margaret S.  2011.  “Ray.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 5-7.  Long distance truck-driving with Ray Shipley of Washington County, Tenn.

Carroll, Steven, and Mark Miller.  2003.  Hiking, West Virginia [70 trails guidebook].  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon.  258 pp.

Caruso, Gary.  2012.  Marietta College Baseball: The Story of the ‘Etta Express [Ohio].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  239 pp.  “The Marietta College Pioneers...own a record five NCAA Division III National Championships, including 2011.”

Caruso, Mario.  2008.  West Virginia Rider’s Guide.  Hot Springs, Ark.: Mario Caruso.  144 pp.  Motorcycle tour guidebook includes dozens of rides, narrative, dining and lodging suggestions.

Casto, James E.  2011.  Highway to History: A Midland Trail Scrapbook [vintage W.Va. photos].  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  112 pp.  U.S. Route 60, White Sulphur Springs to Huntington, 189 miles.

Casto, James E., and Gerald S. Ratliff.  West Virginia: Mountain Majesty.  [photographs].  Charleston, W.Va.: West Virginia Division of Culture and History.  260 pp.

Cater, Steve.  1996.  New River Gorge Trail Guide: Hiking and Biking Trails of the New River Gorge Area, Cranberry Glades and the Greenbrier Trail [W.Va.].  Fayetteville, W.Va.: King Coal Propaganda.  92 pp.

Cater, Steve.  2006.  New River Gorge, Meadow River and Summersville Lake Rock Climbers’ Guidebook Comprehensive [W.Va.; 72 walls, photos, diagrams].  3rd ed.  Fayetteville, W.Va.: King Coal Propaganda.  255 pp.

Chamberlin, Silas.  2010.  “‘To Ensure Permanency’: Expanding and Protecting Hiking Opportunities in Twentieth-Century Pennsylvania” [1900-1950].  Pennsylvania History 77, no. 2 (Spring): 193-216.  Horse Shoe Trail Club, Alpine Club, and others; Appalachian Trail.

Chambers, Thomas A.  2002.  Drinking the Waters: Creating an American Leisure Class at Nineteenth-Century Mineral Springs [White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.].  Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.  282 pp.

Che, Deborah.  2006.  “Going to the Mountains: Deer Hunters in the Allegheny National Forest Region.”  In Pittsburgh and the Appalachians: Cultural and Natural Resources in a Postindustrial Age, ed. J. Scarpaci, 203-219.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Clabough, Casey.  2007.  “To Bristol: Along the Warrior’s Path: An Excerpt from the Book The Warrior’s Path” [University of Tennessee Press, 2007].  Nantahala: A Review of Writing and Photography in Appalachia 3, no. 2 (Summer/Fall): nonfiction section, 5600 words.  http://nantahalareview.org/issue3-2/non-fiction/Nonfiction1Clabough.htm.

Clabough, Casey.  2007.  The Warrior’s Path: Reflections along an Ancient Route [500 mile trail, Md. to Tenn.; frontier life].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  188 pp.

Clarke, Liz.  2008.  One Helluva Ride: How NASCAR Swept the Nation.  New York: Villard.  293 pp.  History; Dale Earnhardt.

Clauson-Wicker, Su.  2005.  West Virginia: Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places [eight subregions].  5th ed.  Foreward by Jay Rockefeller.  Insiders’ Guide Series; Off the Beaten Path Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  195 pp.

Clauson-Wicker, Su.  2000.  Inn-to-Inn Walking Guide: Virginia and West Virginia [20 hikes].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  199 pp.

Clauson-Wicker, Su.  2002.  “Riding Route 52: The Old Coal Road” [Bluefield to Williamson, 95 miles].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Spring): 10-19.

Colbert, Judy.  2008.  Virginia: Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places.  10th ed.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  256 pp.  Arranged by five subregions, including Western Virginia and Southwestern Virginia.

Comm, Joseph A.  2010.  Rock Springs Park [Chester, W.Va.; photo retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Landmark amusement park, 1897-1970.

Compton, Stephen C.  2004.  Early Tourism in Western North Carolina [pictorial retrospective]. Images of America. Charleston, SC: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Connelly, John.  1999.  Appalachian Whitewater: The Northern States.  3rd ed. [guidebook includes N.Y., Pa., Md., and W.Va.].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  258 pp.

Conte, Robert S.  [1989] 1998.  The History of the Greenbrier: America’s Resort [five star hotel; White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.].  Rev. ed.  Charleston, W.Va.: Pictorial Histories Publishing Company.  333 pp.

Cook, Joe, and Monica Cook.  2000.  River Song: A Journey Down the Cattahoochee and Apalachicola Rivers [200 photographs; North Ga. source].  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  224 pp.

Cooke, George.  2004 [1840].  “Sketches of Georgia” [Habersham Co., Tallulah Gorge, Toccoa Falls, Mt. Yonah, Clarkesville, Dahlonega, Athens].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 41-48.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Southern Literary Messenger 6 (Nov. 1840): 775-777.

Cordes, Kathleen Ann.  2001.  America’s National Scenic Trails [incl. Appalachian and Potomac].  Photographs by Jane Lammers.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.  384 pp.

Costa, Tom.  2011.  “James Buckingham’s Travels in Southern Appalachia, 1839.”  Smithfield Review: Studies in the History of the Region West of the Blue Ridge 15: 1-22.  Travel descriptions of an Englishman (b. 1786): Tenn., Va., N.C., slavery, health spas, mountains, towns.

Cottrill, David.  2004.  “Oakhurst Links: Golfing the Old-Time Way” [Greenbrier Co.; home to America’s first organized golf club in the 1880s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Summer): 62-65.

Crockett, Maureen.  2008.  “Berdines: A Visit to Ritchie County’s Old-Time 5 & Dime.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 24-29.  “Eclectic emporium,” opened 1908.

Czarnecki, Greg, and Karen Czarnecki.  1999.  Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Pennsylvania Mountains [detailed guidebook; five subregions; maps].  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  306 pp.

Daniel, Diane.  2011.  Farm Fresh North Carolina: The Go-to Guide to Great Farmers’ Markets, Farm Stands, Farms, Apple Orchards, U-Picks, Kids’ Activities, Lodging, Dining, Choose-and-Cut Christmas Trees, Vineyards and Wineries, and More.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  282 pp.  Arranged by subregions: Mountains, Charlotte, Triad, Triangle, Coastal.

Davidson, Paul, Ward Eister, Dirk Davidson, and Charlie Walbridge.  [1972] 1995.  Wildwater West Virginia, Fourth Edition.  Birmingham: Menasha Ridge Press.  283 pp.

Davis, Rebecca Harding.  [1875] 2004.  “The Yares of the Black Mountains” [Old Fort, Asheville, North Fork Valley (Swannanoa), N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 173-192.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lippincott’s 16 (July 1875): 35-47.  Reprint in Silhouettes of American Life, New York: Scribner’s, 1892.

Davis, Ren, and Helen Davis.  2001.  Georgia Walks: Discovery Hikes Through the Peach State's Natural and Human History [52 walks; 7 subregions]. Atlanta: Peachtree.  439  pp.

De Hart, Allen, and Bruce Sundquist.  1999.  Monongahela National Forest Hiking  Guide.  7th ed.  Charleston, W.Va.: West Virginia Highlands Conservancy.  342 pp.

De Hart, Allen, and Bruce Sundquist.  2006.  Monongahela National Forest Hiking Guide.  8th ed.  Charleston, W.Va: West Virginia Highlands Conservancy.  356 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  [1984] 1995.  The Trails of Virginia: Hiking the Old Dominion.  Rev. ed.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  421 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  1996.  North Carolina Hiking Trails.  3rd ed.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club.  512 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  1997.  West Virginia Hiking Trails: Hiking the Mountain State [guidebook].  2nd ed.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club.  416 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  2000.  Hiking North Carolina’s Mountains-to-Sea Trail.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  371 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  2005.  North Carolina Hiking Trails [guidebook].  4th ed.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club Books.  592 pp.

Deeds, Jean.  1996.  There Are Mountains to Climb [thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail at 51].  Indianapolis: Silverwood Press.  216 pp.

Deford, Frank.  2005.  “Let’s Cut to the Chase: Cut the Chases” [NASCAR; Daytona 500].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 44.

DeLaughter, Jerry.  2004.  Smokies Road Guide [Great Smoky Mountains National Park, guidebook to 14 auto tours; color photos].  Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Great Smoky Mountains Association.  154 pp.

DeLeon, Clark.  2001.  Pennsylvania Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff.  Curiosities Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  207 pp.

Dickson, Scott.  2005.  In Search of Mayberry: A Guide to North Carolina’s Favorite Small Towns.  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  116 pp.

Dimmock, George.  2004 [1877].  “A Trip to Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina” [Wolf Creek, Tenn.; Warm Springs (Hot Springs), Marshall, Asheville, North Fork (Swannanoa) Valley, Mount Mitchell, N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 319-329.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Appalachia 1 (June 1877): 141-151.

Driver, David.  1998. “The Pride of Nitro: Baseball Star Lew Burdette” [1957 World Series pitcher].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Fall): 56-63.

Du Bois, W. E. B.  2004 [1899].  “A Negro Schoolmaster in the New South” [Nashville, Lebanon, Watertown, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 295-304.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Atlantic Monthly 83 (Jan. 1899): 99-105.

Dye, Amanda.  2005.  “And the Crowd Goes Wild” [NASCAR fan loyalty].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 6-9.

Dyen, Doris J.  2006.  “Routes to Roots: Searching for the Streetlife of Memory” [heritage tourism, Southwestern Pa.; Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area].  Journal of American Folklore  119, no. 471 (Winter): 19-29.

Earls, Stephanie.  1997.  “A King-Sized Reunion: Capon Springs Resort” [history of  Hampshire Co. mineral springs].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Spring): 9-17.

Eberhart, M. J.  [2000] 2007.  Ten Million Steps: Nimblewill Nomad’s Epic 10-Month Trek from the Florida Keys to Quebec [4400-mile thru-hike; Eastern Continental Divide, Appalachian Trail; 60-year-old].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  528 pp.  Originally self-published.

Edelstein, Robert.  2005.  Full Throttle: The Life and Fast Times of NASCAR Legend Curtis Turner [1924-1970].  Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press.  334 pp.

Ellifritt, Duane.  2011.  “Baseball Crazy in Doddridge County” [1940s-1950s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 24-29.

Emblidge, David, ed.  1996.  The Appalachian Trail Reader [excerpts from essays, journals, diaries, poems].  New York: Oxford University Press.  382 pp.

Eubanks, Georgann.  2010.  Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont: A Guidebook [18 driving and walking tours].  Photographs by Donna Campbell.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  455  pp.  Contents: Trail One: The Western Piedmont: Mystery and History; Trail Two: The Eastern Piedmont: Writers’ Beginnings.  See also the author’s Literary Trails of the North Carolina Mountains: A Guidebook (2007).

Fanslow, Mary.  2008.  “What Do They Do at the Springs?: An Overview of Five East Tennessee Resorts.”  Journal of East Tennessee History 80: 1-27.  Montvale Springs, Alleghany Springs, Sunshine Rest, Kinzel Springs, Cloudland Hotel; early 19th to mid-20th century.

Fariello, M. Anna.  2006.  Blue Ridge Roadways: A Virginia Field Guide to Cultural Sites [five auto loop tours; 16-county area].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  318 pp.

Fazio, Wende.  2000.  West Virginia [juvenile literature].  America the Beautiful. Second series.  New York: Children’s Press.  144 pp.

Feather, Carl E.  2000.  “Our Lady of the Pines: The Small Church With a Big Heart” [Preston Co.; “smallest church in 48 states”].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 52-57.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “Selling Side-by-Side at Seneca Rocks.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 18-23.  Two general stores: Yokum’s and Harper’s, opened 1902 and 1923; “part store and part museum;” Pendleton County.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “Yokum’s Vacationland: Carving Out a Big Life at Seneca Rocks.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 10-17.  Pendleton County teepees, cabins, restaurant, campgrounds; Carl and Shirley Yokum, married 70 years.

Feather, Carl E.  2009.  “Koolwink Motel: The American Dream in Romney” [opened in 1936; Hampshire Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 54-61.

Feather, Carl E.  2010.  “Motoring Memories in Kingwood.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 2 (Summer): 66-67.  Landmark Westbrook’s Esso gas station museum in Preston County, started in 1926.

Field, Harold.  1998.  “Our Cruise on the South Branch: The Log Book, July 13-27, 1919" [canoeing  the South Branch of the Potomac River].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Summer): 9-17.

Fielden, Greg.  2004.  NASCAR Chronicle [history, stock car racing; chronology; profusely illustrated].  By Greg Fielden and the auto editors of Consumer Guide.  Lincolnwood, Ill.: Publications International.  504 pp.

Fields, Jay, and Brad Campbell.  [1996] 2003.  The Craft Heritage Trails of Western North Carolina [directory].  3rd ed.  Asheville, N.C.: HandMade in America.  237 pp.  Contents: Blue Ridge Parkway -- Penland Craft School -- Southern Highland Craft Guild -- Urban Trail -- Biltmore and Craft -- Haywood Community College -- John C. Campbell Folk School.

Finley, Lori.  1994.  Mountain Biking the Appalachians: Northwest  North Carolina/Southwest Virginia.  Winston-Salem: John F.  Blair.  191 pp.

Fisher, Ron; photographs by Richard Alexander Cooke III.  [1992] 1998.  Blue Ridge Range: The Gentle Mountains.  2nd ed.  National Geographic Park Profiles. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.  199 pp.

Fisher, Ronald M.  1997.  “On the Trail” [Va.; Appalachian Trail; Mount Rogers National Recreation Area; Rhododendron Gap].  Audubon 99 (March/April): 32-33.

Forest, G. (Gil).  1994.  Great Adventures in the Southern  Appalachians.  Winston-Salem: John F. Blair.  235 pp.

Frankenburg, Dirk, ed.  2000.  Exploring North Carolina’s Natural Areas: Parks, Nature Preserves, and Hiking Trails [38 driving “eco-tours”].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  544 pp.

Fresina, Mike.  2005.  For the Love of NASCAR: An A-to-Z Primer for NASCAR Fans of All Ages [juvenile literature].  Foreword by Richard Petty; illustrated by Mark Anderson.  Chicago, Ill.: Triumph Books.  44 pp.

Friend, Daniel J.  2008.  “The Norwalk Comes Home.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 4 (Winter): 9.  Last known 1914 Norwalk Underslung Six touring motor car, manufactured in Martinsburg, W.Va., is relocated cross-country from Colorado.

Fulks, Danny.  2005.  “Magic Transports & Devil Rides” [late 1940s car culture, Appalachian Ohio].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 37-39.

Gamble, Mort.  2009.  “Circus! Life Under the Big Top” [workers, performers, study and teaching].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 3 (Fall): 34-43.

Garrett County Historical Society, comp.  Ghost Towns of the Upper Potomac [W.Va.-Md.].  Oakland, Md.: Garrett County Historical Museum.  44 pp.

Garvey, Edward B.  1997.  The New Appalachian Trail [guidebook, and veteran through-hiker’s account at 75].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  256 pp.

Gasque, Jim.  [1948] 2008.  Hunting and Fishing in the Great Smokies: The Classic Guide for Sportsmen.  Reprint.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  256 pp.  Originally published: New York: Knopf.

Geiger, Charles.  2005.  Pennsylvania, Landscapes and People [four sections: physical landscapes, human landscapes, economic activity, urban-environmental issues].  Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.  239 pp.

George, Sue.  2006.  Road Cycling in Central Virginia: A Guide [45 bicycle routes: Shenandoah Valley/Blue Ridge and western Piedmont].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  173 pp.

Georgia Appalachian Trail Club.  [1995] 1997.  Friendships of the Trail: The History of the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club, 1930-1980.  Harpers Ferry, W.Va.: Appalachian Trail Conference.  Previously published, Atlanta: The Club.

Getting Around Appalachia.  2011.  Special issue, Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 1-60.  Traveling, transporting, traversing theme.

Gildart, Bert, and Jane Gildart.  1998.  Hiking Shenandoah National Park [guidebook].  Helena, Mont.: Falcon Publishing Company.  189 pp.

Goldsmith, C. Franklin, Shannon Hamrick, and H. James Hamrick.  2000.  The Best Hikes of Pisgah National Forest [N.C.; 50 day hikes].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair Publisher.  256 pp.

Golenbock, Peter.  2004.  NASCAR Confidential: Stories of the Men and Women Who Made Stock Car Racing Great [interviews].  St. Paul, Minn.: Motorbooks International.  404 pp.

Gooch, Bob.  2004.  Lake Fishing in Virginia [guidebook to 32 lakes; 5 in Southwestern Va.].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  152 pp.

Good, Don.  2005.  “Car Racing in Appalachia: A Historical and Cultural View.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 3-5.

Gordon, Joan Morse.  2002.  The Road Taken: A Journey in Time Down Pennsylvania Route 45 [central Pa.].  Pittsburgh: Local History Company.  184 pp.

Gove, Doris.  1998.  Hikes in the Southern Appalachians: Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee [32 day hikes].  Exploring the Appalachian Trail.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  381 pp.

Grady, Pat.  2012.  “Feel the Fall Magic: The Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival” [N.C.].  Interview by student Cailey Horn.  Foxfire Magazine 46, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 76-80.

Grafton, Emily.  2003.  West Virginia Adventure Guide to the Natural History of Blackwater Falls State Park.  Terra Alta, W.Va.: Headline Books.  224 pp.

Graham, J. Scott, and Elizabeth C. Hunter.  2003.  Blue Ridge Parkway: America’s Favorite Journey [oversize book; full-page color photos].  Photographs by J. Scott Graham, essays by Elizabeth C. Hunter.  Johnson City, Tenn.: J. S. Graham.  141 pp.

Green, Fess B.  2003.  Wilderness Road Odyssey: A Cyclist’s Journey through Present and Past [maps, photos, attractions].  Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  Chronicles 850 miles bicycled between 1994-1998 through six states, from Philadelphia down the Shenandoah Valley to Cumberland Gap, Tenn., up to Louisville, Ky., and Clarksville, Ind., following the original route of the Wilderness Road described by John Filson [1747-1788] in his 1784 book, The Discovery, Settlement and Present State of Kentucke.

Green, Judy Lee.  2005.  “Daddy Gets the Dirt Track Fever” [1950s Chattanooga, Tenn., car racing].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 34-36.

Green, Judy Lee.  2011.  “Cadillac Hearse.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 15-16.  Memoir essay; 1950 summer vacation traversing Great Smoky Mountains.

Hackett, Clifford.  2008.  “Fire on Fairfax Street!”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 1 (Spring): 34-39.  Berkeley Springs hotel fires and other fires, 1844-2006; Morgan County.

Hagebak, Hawk.  2001.  Motorcycle Adventures: North Georgia, Western North Carolina, East Tennessee.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  144 pp.

Hall, Adrienne.  2000.  A Journey North: One Woman’s Story of Hiking the Appalachian Trail [Ga. to Me.].  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club Books.  224 pp.

Hall, Randal L.  2002.  “Before NASCAR: The Corporate and Civic Promotion of Automobile Racing in the American South, 1903-1927.”  The Journal of Southern History 68 (August): 629-668.

Hall, Randal L.  2007.  “Carnival of Speed: The Auto Racing Business in the Emerging South, 1930-1950.”  North Carolina Historical Review 84, no. 3 (July): 245-275.

Halsey, David H.  2008.  “Road Trip: An Eye-Opening Journey to Pocahontas County in 1947” [from Wyoming Co., when the author was 12 years old].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 34-41.

Hammond, Mary Ellen, and Jim Parham.  2000.  Natural Adventures in the Mountains of North Georgia [guidebook].  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  144 pp.

Hammond, Mary Ellen, and Jim Parham.  1999.  Natural Adventures in the Mountains of Western North Carolina [50 outdoor activities].  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  144 pp.

Hansen, Dorothy.  2001.  “A Walk in the Woods” [Appalachian Trail thru-hiker].  Interview by student Adam Hunter.  Foxfire Magazine 35 (Fall/Winter): 141-152.

Hargan, Jim.  2002.  The Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains: An Explorer’s Guide.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  464 pp.

Hargan, Jim.  2005.  The Shenandoah Valley and the Mountains of the Virginias [detailed guidebook; “includes Virginia’s Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains & West Virginia’s Alleghenies & New River Region”].  Explorer’s Guide.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  462 pp.

Hargan, Jim.  2008.  The Blue Ridge & Smoky Mountains: An Explorer’s Guide.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  520 pp.  Encyclopedic; photos; scenic drives.

Harney, William Wallace.  2004 [1873].  “A Strange Land and a Peculiar People” [Cumberland Gap Region: Southeastern Ky., East Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 217-232.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lippincott’s 12 (Oct. 1873): 429-438.

Harris, Nathan, Shannon Carey, and Berhard Gross.  2001.  “Essential Great Smokies: An Insider’s Guide to the National Park.”  National Geographic Traveler 18 (May/June): 100-109.

Hart, David.  2002.  Flyfisher’s Guide to Virginia: Including West Virginia’s Best Fly Waters.  Belgrade, Mont.: Wilderness Adventures Press.  600 pp.

Hart, William A.  2009.  3000 Miles in the Great Smokies.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  252 pp.  Recounts various  hikes since the 1960s.  Contents: The human element -- Smoky Mountain stories -- Scenes and reflections -- Animal observations -- Black bear experiences -- Bird sightings -- Snake encounters -- Things that buzz, flit, creep or crawl -- Trout fishing outings -- Remembering the past -- Off-trail excursions -- Bewildered and defeated -- Weather.

Hastings, Anne M.  1997.  “Fox Hunting: History and Change in a Mountain Sport” [Watauga Co., N.C. focus].  Appalachian Journal 25 (Fall): 30-46.

Hedrick, John.  2009.  Appalachian Trail Guide to Shenandoah National Park, with Side Trails.  Vienna, Va.: Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.  329 pp., with three folded maps.

Henderson, Catherine.  1996.  Fairs, Festivals & Funnin’ in West Virginia [guidebook; by month].  St. Albans, W.Va.: H & H Publications.  330 pp.

Herrin, Roberta.  2011.  “The Linguistics of Getting Around Appalachia.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 2.  Special issue, “Getting Around Appalachia” [traversing, transporting].  “From the 1700s....Motivated by history, curiosity, passion, reverence, and, sometimes, plain old indignation, we get around Appalachia.”

Higgs, Robert J.  1996.  “What Is an Arena Like Neyland Stadium Doing in a Place Like Appalachia?” [University of Tennessee].  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Spring): 30-39.

Higgs, Robert J.  2009.  “Do Sporting Spirits Inhabit Numbers?: The Old Passion for Shutouts and Lopsided Scores in and around Appalachia” [football; 1899-1939; Tenn.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.2 (Fall/Winter): 29-31.

Hiking the Red: A Complete Trail Guide to Kentucky’s Red River Gorge: Including Natural Bridge State Park.  2000.  By members of the Bluegrass Group Sierra Club.  Louisville, Ky.: Harmony House.  101 pp.

Hill, Michael R.  2007.  Guide to North Carolina Highway Historical Markers.  10th ed.  Raleigh: Division of Archives and History, Dept. of Cultural Resources.  265 pp.  See also online: www.ncmarkers.com.

Hinkel, James R.  1998.  Parkway Byways: Explore the Charming Countryside Close to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Shenandoah National Park, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park [describes 19 loop trips].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  227 pp.

Hollis, Tim.  2007.  The Land of the Smokies: Great Mountain Memories [N.C. and Tenn.; local history and tourist nostalgia from the 1950s and 1960s; 200 illustrations].  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  228 pp.

Homan, Tim.  1998.  The Hiking Trails of Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock and Citico Creek Wildernesses [Nantahala National Forest, N.C.; Cherokee National Forest, Tenn.].  2nd ed.  Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers.  228 pp.

Homan, Tim.  2002.  Hiking Trails of the Southern Nantahala Wilderness, Ellicott Rock Wilderness, and Chattooga National Wild and Scenic River.  Atlanta, Ga.: Peachtree Publishers.  261 pp.

Homan, Tim.  2004.  Hiking the Benton Mackaye Trail: A Guide to the Benton MacKaye Trail from Georgia’s Springer Mountain to Tennessee’s Ocoee River.  Atlanta, Ga.: Peachtree Publishers.  276 pp.

Hood, Mary.  1996.  “Tropic of Conscience” [history of northwest Ga.; Cherokee Removal].  In The New Georgia Guide, 105-135.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Horn, Peter Joseph, Jr., and Bill Tanner.  1999.  “Tallulah Whitewater” [Tallulah Gorge, Ga., class four and five rapids; interview with park superintendent Tanner].  Foxfire Magazine 33 (Fall/Winter): 83-91.

Horst, Eric J.  2001.  Rock Climbing: Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland [guidebook: 1200 routes, 23 areas].  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon.  420 pp.

Howell, Benita J., section editor.  2006.  “Tourism” [signed entries].  In Encyclopedia of Appalachia, ed. R. Abramson and J. Haskell, 611-683 (with introductory essay, 611-616).  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Howes, Jay, and Christine Goldbeck.  2002.  “The Remarkable Baseball Career of Pete Gray” [b. Nanticoke, Pa.; 1915-2002; one-armed player for 1940s St. Louis Browns].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Winter): 18-19.

Hubbs, Hal, Charles Maynard, and David Morris.  [1991] 2009.  Family Hiking in the Smokies: Time Well Spent [guidebook].  4th ed.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  100 pp.  First published as the title, Time Well Spent: Family Hiking in the Smokies (Seymour, Tenn. : Panther Press).

Huddle, David.  2001.  “Hamlet in the Hills” [Ivanhoe, Va.].  Preservation (National Trust for Historic Preservation) 53 (May/June): 22-27.

Hudson, Jim.  1996.  Rail Trails Along the Greenbrier River.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  116 pp.

Hudson, Joyce Rockwood.  1993.  Looking for De Soto: A Search Through the South for the Spaniard’s Trail  [1539-1543; retracing the explorer’s route through 11 states, Fla. to Tex.].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  230 pp.

Hugenberg, Lawrence W., and Barbara S. Hugenberg.  2008.  “If It Ain’t Rubbin’, It Ain’t Racin’: NASCAR, American Values, and Fandom.”  Journal of Popular Culture 41, no. 4 (August): 635-657.

Hugo, Beverly.  2000.  Women & Thru-Hiking on the Appalachian Trail: Practical Advice from Hundreds of Women Long Distance Hikers.  Sevierville, Tenn.: Insight Publishing.  180 pp.

Humphreys, J. R.  1989.  Timeless Towns and Haunted Places: From Florida to Maine.  New York: St. Martin’s Press.  216 pp.  “Anecdotal side trips” including 20 Appalachian towns in four  states.

Hunter Library, Western Carolina University.  2011 (date accessed).  “Travel Western North Carolina” (digital collection).  These travelogues allow viewers to visit 27 towns and communities throughout western North Carolina over three generations, from the 1890s, 1910s, and 1930s.  Early photographs, printed ephemera and descriptions of the communities are provided for each stop, from Murphy to Asheville.  Source references and readings appended.  http://www.wcu.edu/library/DigitalCollections/TravelWNC/.

Hurt, Douglas A.  2005.  “Dialed In? Geographic Expansion and Regional Identity in NASCAR’s Nextel Cup Series” [maps: 1949-2003].  Southeastern Geographer 45, no. 1 (May): 120-137.

Hutchins, Frank.  1995.  Mountain Biking in West Virginia.  Charleston: Quarrier Press.  193 pp.

Igelman, Jack, and Corey Hadden.  2005.  Backpacker, Trekking the Southern Appalachians: The Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers Books.  285 pp.  Detailed guidebook with maps to 25 multi-day outings averaging 30-50 miles.

Ingram, Bruce.  2002.  The New River Guide [fishing; W.Va., Va.].  Corvallis, Ore.: Ecopress.  174 pp.

Ingram, Bruce.  2005.  “Turkey Talk with Peck Martin” [handcrafting turkey box calls].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 3 (Fall): 24-29.

Inscoe, John C.  1996.  “Appalachian Otherness, Real and Perceived” [history of northeast Ga.].  In The New Georgia Guide, 165-203.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Jacobs, Jimmy.  2001.  Trout Streams of Southern Appalachia: Fly-Casting in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.  2nd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  336 pp.

Jacobs, Jimmy.  2009.  Trout Streams of Southern Appalachia: Fly-Casting in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  384 pp.  Contents: Trout fishing in Southern Appalachia -- Hatches and flies -- Part I. Georgia. Chattahoochee River system -- Chattooga River system -- Chestatee River system -- Conasauga River system -- Etowah River system -- Tallulah River system -- Toccoa River system -- Part II. Kentucky. Big Sandy River system -- Cumberland River system -- Kentucky River system -- Licking River system -- Red River system -- Part III. North Carolina. Broad River system -- Catawba River system -- Cheoah River system -- French Broad River system -- Hiwassee River system -- Little Tennessee River system -- New River system -- Nolichucky River system -- Pigeon River system -- Savannah River system -- Tuckasegee River system -- Watauga River system -- Yadkin River system -- Part IV. South Carolina. Chattooga River system -- Chauga River system -- Keowee River system -- Saluda River system -- Part V. Tennessee. French Broad River system -- Hiwassee River system -- Little River system -- Little Tennessee River system -- Nolichucky River system -- Ocoee River system -- South Holston River system -- Tellico River system -- Watauga River system.

Jenkins, Gary C.  2001.  “Canoeing the Tennessee in Modern Times: Travel Journals of the River Before the Tennessee Valley Authority” [1927-1930; Newport, Tenn. to Chattanooga; Chattanooga to Florence, Ala.].  Tennessee Historical Quarterly 60 (Summer): 90-107.

Johann, Margaret.  2004 [1897].  “A Little Moonshiner” [Western N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 285-294.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Christian Observer 85 (21 July, 1897): 700-701.

Johnson, Randy.  2010.  Best Easy Day Hikes: Blue Ridge Parkway.  2nd ed.  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon Press.  152 pp.

Johnson, Skip, with Rob Johnson.  2005.  Upper River [Elk River, W.Va.: 172 miles; local history].  Edited by Peter and Elizabeth Silitch.  Parsons, W.Va.: McClain Printing Company.  301 pp.

Jones, Anne B., and Rex White.  2007.  All Around the Track: Oral Histories of Drivers, Mechanics, Officials, Owners, Journalists and Others in Motorsports Past and Present [58 profiles covering 60 years of NASCAR].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  244 pp.

Jones, K. Randell.  2005.  In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone [historic sites guidebook].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  244 pp.

Jones, K. Randell.  2006.  In the Footsteps of Davy Crockett [historic sites guidebook].  In the Footsteps Series.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  254 pp.

Jones, Louise Coffin.  2004 [1879].  “In the Backwoods of Carolina” [Greensboro, Boone Trail, Upper Yadkin River Valley (Yadkin or Wilkes Co.), N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 233-248.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lippincott’s 24 (Dec. 1879): 747-756.

Jones, Steve.  1999.  Mountain Bike! The Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains: A Guide to the Classic Trails.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  331 pp.

Joy, David.  2011.  Growing Gills: A Fly Fisherman’s Journey.  Fairview, N.C.: Bright Mountain Books.  196 pp.  Outer Banks, Piedmont, and Appalachian Mountains.

Keating, Steve.  2011.  A Dolly Sods North -- Blackwater Companion: A Guide to Hiking Through the History, Geology and Ecology of the Region [Tucker Co., Canaan Valley, W.Va.].  Parsons, W.Va.: McClain Printing Co.  400 pp.

Keith, Jeanette.  2004.  “Good Times: Vacationing at Red Boiling Springs” [Macon Co., Tenn.; 1920s-1940s].  In Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, ed. M. Birdwell and W. Dickinson, 178-195.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Kennedy, Payson, and Gerald Thurmond.  2006.  “Payson Kennedy, the Nantahala Outdoor Center, & Troubled Times in North Carolina’s Whitewater Recreation Industry” [interview; establ. 1972; whitewater rafting, mountain biking].  Appalachian Journal 34, no. 1 (Fall): 22-40.

Kennedy, Philip Pendleton.  2002 [1853].  The Blackwater Chronicle: A Narrative of an Expedition into the Land of Canaan, in Randolph County, (West) Virginia.  Illustrated by David Hunter Strother.  Reprint, edited with a preface by Timothy Sweet.  West Virginia and Appalachia series, no. 2.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.  Originally published: New York: Redfield.

Kight, Caitlin.  2011.  “Find Two More and Circle Up Four: Dancing an Appalachian Big Circle Set.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 40-42.  Description and history of Big Circle Dancing which “centers on the formation of ‘figures’...made by the motions of the dancers”....“Related forms are known as Big Circle Clogging and Kentucky Running Set.”

Kirk, Don, and Greg Ward.  2011.  The Ultimate Fly-Fishing Guide to the Great Smoky Mountains.  Birmingham, Ala: Menasha Ridge Press.  270 pp.

Klass, Raymond.  2005.  Mammoth Cave National Park: Reflections [photos].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  120 pp.

Knight, Lydia F.  2011.  “A Hundred Miles on a Clear Day” [Tenn.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 33-34.  History of the Lookout Mountain Incline, and the Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain Railway.

Knopp, Brian Lee.  2009.  Mayhem in Mayberry: Misadventures of a P.I. in Southern Appalachia [western N.C.; memoir].  Asheville, N.C.: Cosmic Pigbite Press.  163 pp.

Knopp, Brian Lee.  2011.  “James Bond Lost in Kudzu.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 19-20.  Private investigator’s typical day.

Kummerow, Burton K., Christine H. O’Toole, and R. Scott Stephenson.  2008.  Pennsylvania’s Forbes Trail: Gateways and Getaways Along the Legendary Route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh [today’s Rt. 30].  Lanham, Md.: Taylor Trade.  204 pp.  Detailed, well-illustrated local histories along Gen. Forbes’s route for his 1758 march on French Fort Duquesne.

Kurutz, Steven.  2004.  “Harlan County A.T.V.” [organized off-road riding].  New York Times, 17 December, 1(F).  20 paras.

Kuska, Bob.  2008.  Cinderella Ball: A Look Inside Small-College Basketball in West Virginia.  289 pp.  Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, W.Va.

Kuska, Bob.  2009.  “Top Score: Morris Harvey’s George King” [basketball; Charleston, W.Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 38-43.  “In 1949 and 1950, King led the nation in scoring with 29.1 and 31.2 points-per-game averages.”

Kyle, Gerard, Alan Graefe, and Robert Manning.  2005.  “Testing the Dimensionality of Place Attachment in Recreational Settings” [Appalachian Trail; technical statistical analysis].  Environment and Behavior  37 (March): 153-177.

Kyle, Gerard, Alan Graefe, Robert Manning, and James Bacon.  2003.  “An Examination of the Relationship between Leisure Activity Involvement and Place Attachment among Hikers Along the Appalachian Trail” [tables].  Journal of Leisure Research 35, no. 3: 249-273.

Kyriakoudes, Louis M., and Peter A. Coclanis.  2008.  “The ‘Tennessee Test of Manhood’: Professional Wrestling and Southern Cultural Stereotypes.”  In Southern Cultures: The Fifteenth Anniversary Reader, ed. H. Watson and L. Griffin, 353-370.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Lambert, Kenneth.  2009.  “Down Home Fly Tyin’.”  Interview by Robin Atkins.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 27-35.  Dillard, Ga.; fly-fishing.

Lane, John.  2007.  Circling Home [Spartanburg, S.C.; natural history].  A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  206 pp.

Lanman, Charles.  2004 [1848].  “Dahlonega (Letters from the Alleghany Mountains)” [Dahlonega, Lumpkin Co., Union Co., Ga.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 49-57.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Daily National Intelligencer, 3 May 1848, 3.

Lantz, Bob.  2003.  Tennessee Rivers: A Paddler’s Guidebook [updates A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Tennessee, by Bob Sehlinger and Bob Lantz. Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press, 1983].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  214 pp.

Lattea, Charlene M.  2003.  The North Bend Rail Trail: A Guide to the Trail & Its History [78 miles, Parkersburg to Clarksburg].  Field photography by Michael E. Workman.  Morgantown, W.Va.: West Virginia University, Institute for the History of Technology and Industrial Archaeology.  164 pp.

Lavender, Dave.  2008.  Dave Trippin: A Day Tripper’s Guide to the Appalachian Galaxy of Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia.  Photographs by Toril Lavender.  Huntington, W.Va.: Lavender Publishing.  288 pp.

Lawrence, H. Lea.  1998.  The Fly Fisherman's Guide to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Nashville, Tenn.: Cumberland House.  181 pp.

Lazenby, Roland.  2009.  Jerry West: The Life and Legend of a Basketball Icon.  New York: ESPN Books, and Ballantine Books.  422 pp.  Born 1938 near Cabin Creek, W.Va.; later player for and general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers, and general manager of the Memphis Grizzlies.

Leavengood, Betty.  2007.  “The Legendary Pennsboro Speedway: Fast Times in Ritchie County” [created 1887; converted to car racing, 1926].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 3 (Fall): 46-51.  Sidebar: “The Hillbilly Hundred” [100-lap, Labor Day race], 52-53.

Letcher, Gary.  2004.  Waterfalls of the Mid-Atlantic States: 200 Falls in Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania [concise directions, descriptions; maps; photos].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  211 pp.

Lewis, Charlene M. Boyer.  2002.  Ladies and Gentlemen on Display: Planter Society at the Virginia Springs, 1790-1860 [Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  293 pp.

Lewis, Jehu.  2004 [1873].  “The Grandfather of North Carolina” [Lenoir (Lower Creek Valley), Johns River Valley, The Globe, Grandfather Mountain, N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 307-317.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lakeside Monthly 10 (Sept. 1873): 218-224.

Lillard, David and Gwyn Hicks.  1998.  Hikes in the Virginias: Virginia, West Virginia [45 day hikes].  Exploring the Appalachian Trail.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  416 pp.

Lillard, David Edwin.  2002.  Appalachian Trail Names: Origins of Place Names Along the AT [1100 names].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole.  148 pp.

Lilly, John.  2005.  “Hunting for the State: Charles Rand’s 1914 Adventure” [collecting specimens for state museum].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 4 (Winter): 18-20.

Lilly, John.  2012.  “Fly Fishing: Up a Creek with Danny Wickline” [Monroe Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 2 (Summer): 32-39.

Littlefield, Jon, and Robert A. Siudzinski.  2012.  “‘Hike Your Own Hike’: Equipment and Serious Leisure Along the Appalachian Trail.”  Leisure Studies 31, no. 4 (October): 465-486.

Lloyd, Earl.  2009.  “‘Moonfixer’: Basketball Pioneer Earl Lloyd” [b. 1928].  Interview by Michael Hawkins.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 44-47.  Lloyd, the first African American to play in the NBA, was a star player for West Virginia State College in the 1940s.

Lloyd, Theresa.  1998.  “‘In Your Blood’: Wagon Training through Southern Appalachia” [modern teamsters; pioneer lore].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Winter): 33-36.

Lloyd, Theresa.  2004.  “Going to the Mountain: Vincent Parker’s Last Wagon Train” [western North Carolina Wagon Train tradition, since 1950s].  In CrossRoads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 325-335.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Logue, Victoria, and Frank Logue.  1997.  Touring the Backroads of North and South Georgia.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  459 pp.

Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Georgia Mountains [detailed  guidebook; four subregions; maps].  [1987] 2000.  By the Georgia Conservancy, with Fred Brown and Nell Jones.  Foreword by Jimmy Carter.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  272 pp.  Originally titled The Highroad Guide to the Georgia Mountains.

Lowther, Mic.  2000.  Walking North [family hikes the Appalachian Trail].  Seattle, Wash.: Elton-Wolf Publishing.  367 pp.

Luty, Bronsen B.  1997.  “Motoring to Conneaut Lake: A Memoir” [1914 route northward from Pittsburgh toward Erie on unpaved roads].  Pittsburgh History 80 (Spring): 8-24.

MacGregor, Jeff.  2005.  Sunday Money: Speed! Lust! Madness! Death!: A Hot Lap around America with NASCAR [history of stock car racing].  Photographs by Olya Evanitsky.  New York: HarperCollins.  370 pp.

Madarasz, Anne.  2012.  “Cradle of Quarterbacks.”  Western Pennsylvania History 95, no. 3 (Fall): 38-47.  Profiles six Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks who hail from western Pennsylvania: George Blanda, Johnny Unitas, Joe Namath, Joe Montana, Jim Kelly, and Dan Marino.

Manning, Russ.  1999.  One Hundred Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  2nd ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  272 pp.

Manning, Russ.  1999.  The Historic Cumberland Plateau: An Explorer’s Guide.  2nd ed.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  344 pp.

Manning, Russ.  2000.  Forty Hikes in Tennessee’s South Cumberland.  3rd ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  112 pp.

Manning, Russ.  2000.  One Hundred Trails of the Big South Fork: Tennessee and Kentucky.  4th ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  237 pp.

Manning, Russ.  2000.  Seventy Five Hikes in Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park.  2nd ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  192 pp.

Marcoplos, Lucas.  2006.  “Drafting Away from It All” [NASCAR; Nashville].  Southern Cultures 12, no. 1: 33-41.

Marking Our Past: West Virginia’s Historical Highway Markers [guidebook].  2002.  Charleston: West Virginia Division of Culture and History.  209 pp.

Marshall, Ian.  1998.  Story Line: Exploring the Literature of the Appalachian Trail [fiction and nonfiction; over three centuries].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  336 pp.

Martin, C. Brenden.  2007.  Tourism in the Mountain South: A Double-Edged Sword [history, post-Civil War to present; development vs. preservation].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  246 pp.

Martin, Douglas.  2002.  “Earl Shaffer, First to Hike Length of Appalachian Trail in Both Directions, Dies at 83.”  New York Times, 12 May, 33 (sec. 1).

Maunula, Marko.  2007.  “Of Chickens and Men: Cockfighting and Equality in the South.”  Southern Cultures 13, no. 4 (Winter): 76-85.

Maynard, Charles W., Jerry D. Greer, and Nye Simmons.  2012.  Blue Ridge Parkway: An Extraordinary Journey Along the World’s Oldest Mountains [guidebook].  Photography by Jerry Greer and Nye Simmons; essays by Charles W. Maynard.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Mountain Trail Press.  120 pp.

Maynard, Mark.  2011.  Teamwork: Ashland’s 1961 Championship Basketball Season.  Foreward by Billy Reed.  Ashland, Ky: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  174 pp.  “...the greatest Sweet Sixteen (Kentucky state tournament) champion of them all.”

McCarley, Christy.  2005.  “Racing and Education” [NASCAR; business and broadcasting career options].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 16-18.

McDade, Arthur.  2000.  The Natural Arches of the Big South Fork: A Guide to Selected Landforms [Ky./Tenn; hiking guidebook].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  109 pp.

McDaniel, Lynda.  1998.  Highroad Guide to the North Carolina Mountains [detailed  guidebook; eight subregions; maps].  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  308 pp.

Menzer, Joe.  2001.  The Wildest Ride: A History of NASCAR (or, How a Bunch of Good Ol' Boys Built a Billion-Dollar Industry Out Of Wrecking Cars).  New York: Simon & Schuster.  331 pp.

Meriwether, Lee.  2004 [1888].  “Mountain Life in Tennessee” [Memphis to Tusculum; Camp Creek area of Greene Co.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 275-284.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Cosmopolitan 4 (Feb. 1888): 456-460.

Metzger, William.  2003.  The Great Allegheny Passage Companion: Guide to History & Heritage along the Trail [100 miles, Pittsburgh to Myersdale, Pa., rail-trail; mile-by-mile guide, maps].  Pittsburgh, Pa.: Local History Co.  202 pp.

Miller, Don.  [2001] 2011.  Overtime Kids: The Untold Story of a Small-Town Kentucky Basketball Team’s Unlikely Rise to the State Championship [1956; Carr Creek High School, Knott Co., Ky.].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner.  205 pp.  Originally published: Paducah, Ky.: Turner, with a different subtitle.

Miller, Joe.  2007.  100 Classic Hikes in North Carolina: Coastal Carolina/ Piedmont/ Blue Ridge Parkway/ Pigsah National Forset/ Great Smoky Mountains.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers Books.  237 pp.

Miller, Joe.  2011.  Backpacking North Carolina: The Definitive Guide to 43 Can’t-Miss Trips from Mountains to Sea.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  238 pp.  Contents: Black Mountains | Grandfather Mountain | Linville Gorge | Wilson Creek | Other trips in the vicinity | Shining Rock Wilderness | Great Smoky Mountains National Park  | Appalachian Trail | Fires Creek | Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness | Piedmont | Coast.

Miller, Leonard W.  2004.  Silent Thunder: Breaking Through Cultural, Racial, and Class Barriers in Motorsports [black race car driver; NASCAR].  Trenton, N.J.: Red Sea Press.  201 pp.

Miner, Curtis.  2000.  “Gridirons & Iron Men: Western Pennsylvania As a Football Region.”  Western Pennsylvania History 83 (Winter): 196-219.

Mitchell, Jeff.  2007.  Hiking the Allegheny National Forest: Exploring the Wilderness of Northwestern Pennsylvania.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  162 pp.  Fifty day-hikes.

Mitchelson, Ronald L., and Derek H. Alderman.  2011.  “Mapping NASCAR Valley: Charlotte as a Knowledge Community.”  Southeastern Geographer 51, no. 1 (Spring): 31-48.

Mittlefehldt, Sarah.  2010.  “The People’s Path: Conflict and Cooperation in the Acquisition of the Appalachian Trail.”  Environmental History 15, no. 4 (October): 643-669.  National Trails Act of 1968; eminent domain.

Molloy, Johnny.  1996.  Trial by Trail: Backpacking in the Smoky Mountains.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  192 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  1997.  The Best in Tent Camping: Smoky Mountains: A Guide for Campers Who Hate Rvs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [50 best sites; Tenn., Ga., N.C., S.C.].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  170 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  1998.  Day and Overnight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park [profiles more than 40 hikes].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  128 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2000.  Day and Overnight Hikes in West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  128 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2000.  The Best Tent Camping: West Virginia.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  177 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2005.  The Best in Tent Camping, Tennessee: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [25 sites in East Tenn.].  Birmingham, Ala: Menasha Ridge Press.  170 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2006.  The Best in Tent Camping, Kentucky: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  166 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2007.  The Best in Tent Camping: The Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [50 campgrounds: Tenn., N.C., S.C., Ga.].  4th ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  176 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2008.  Mount Rogers National Recreation Area Guidebook: A Complete Resource for Outdoor Enthusiasts [Va.].  2nd ed.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  240 pp.  Details 430 miles of trails; maps.

Molloy, Johnny.  2012.  Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Must-Do Hikes for Everyone [N.C., Tenn.; guidebook].  Top Trails series.  Birmingham, Ala.: Wilderness Press.  378 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2012.  Shenandoah National Park: Must-Do Hikes for Everyone [Va.; guidebook].  Top Trails series.  Birmingham, Ala.: Wilderness Press.  338 pp.

Moore, Harry, and Fred Brown.  2001.  Discovering October Roads: Fall Colors and Geology in Rural East Tennessee.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  160 pp.

Morton, Hugh.  2003.  Hugh Morton’s North Carolina [photographs spanning 60 years: landscapes, people, sports].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  207 pp.

Moyer, Ben.  2002.  Out Back: Reflections from the Appalachian Outdoors [Allegheny Mountains sportsman columns from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette feature writer].  Dunbar, Pa.: Stefano’s Printing.  132 pp.

Moyer, Justin.  2010.  “Game Plan: As West Virginia Expands its Casino Gambling, a Poker Player Seeks Out the Action at Two Vastly Different Venues [Charles Town Races and the Greenbrier].  Washington Post, 18 July, 1(F).  1816 words.  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/15/AR2010071506012.html?wpisrc=nl_travel.

Mozier, Jeanne.  1999.  Way Out in West Virginia: A Must-Have Guide to the Oddities and Wonders of the Mountain State.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  254 pp.

Mozier, Jeanne.  2008.  “‘It Feels Like Coming Home’: Old-Time Hospitality at the Park View Inn” [1933-1972].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 1 (Spring): 41-46.  Sidebar, “Betty Lou Harmison: Muse of the Park View Inn,” 47.  Site of the former Berkeley Springs Hotel.

Muench, David.  [1991] 1997.  Uncommon Places: A Celebration of Appalachian Trail Country [landscape photographs].  Harpers Ferry, W.Va.: Appalachian Trail Conference.  147 pp.

Mueser, Roland.  1998.  Long-Distance Hiking: Lessons from the Appalachian Trail [guidebook]. Camden, Me.: Ragged Mountain Press.  224 pp.

Muller, Edward K., ed.  2009.  An Uncommon Passage: Traveling Through History on the Great Allegheny Passage Trail [Western Pa./Western Md. rail trail following the Monongahela, Youghiogheny and Casselman Rivers to the Potomac].  Photographs by Paul G. Wiegman.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.  290 pp.  Contents: The living passage: flora, fauna, and the natural environment -- “The best passage through the mountains”: Braddock’s road in the war for empire, 1752-1758 -- Migration on the passage: western settlement, 1763-1840 -- A passage to commerce: the industrial revolution, 1860-1920 -- The spirit of the passage: where past and future meet -- The Great Allegheny Passage Trail: a community effort.

Mulvihill, Keith.  2007.  “Twisting Roads Take You to the Heart of Appalachia” [attractions where Tenn., Ky., Va. intersect].  New York Times, 27 July, 3(F), American Journeys.  1716 words.

Murphy, Tim.  2003.  Road Cycling the Blue Ridge High Country [25 routes, N.C., Va., Tenn.].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  266 pp.

Natchez Trace Parkway Association.  2012.  Building the Natchez Trace Parkway [photos; Miss., Ala., Tenn.: Natchez to Nashville].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Contents: Relics of the past: “Pave the Trace,” 1907-1934 | Moonshine and meatloaf: the road to yesterday--the parkway of tomorrow, 1934-1954 | Mission 66: building a modern park, 1955-1969 | A National Bicentennial project: “Finish the Trace,” 1970-2005.

Nava, Margaret M.  2011.  “The Red Demon.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 9-11.  Memoir essay; a junked 1938 Ford half-ton pickup gets a second life as a W.Va. farm vehicle.

Nava, Margaret M.  2011.  “Up and Over” [Monongahela Incline].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 31-32.  “While a total of seventeen inclines operated in Pittsburgh between 1870 and 1901, today only two remain – the Monongahela and the Duquesne.”

Neely, Jack, and Aaron Jay.  1999.  The Marble City: A Photographic Tour of Knoxville’s Graveyards.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  55 pp.

New Georgia Guide [regional travel guide].  1996.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  800 pp.

Newman, Linda, and Boyd Newman.  2000.  Great Hikes in the Poconos and Northeast Pennsylvania [42 hikes].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  288 pp.

Nickens, T. Edward.  2001.  “Bed and Breakfast” [Appalachian Trail, Fontana Dam Shelter].  Smithsonian 32 (July): 24-26.

Niemeyer, Lucian, and Julia Davis.  1994.  Shenandoah: Daughter of  the Stars.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.   212 pp.

Noe, Barbara A.  2001.  The Official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Guidebook: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia.  Great Rail-Trails Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  213 pp.

Noonan, Peggy.  2005.  “Almost Heaven: A Visit to West Virginia” [New York editor’s impressions].  Wall Street Journal, 4 August.  2238 words.  http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/pnoonan/?id=110007054.

North Carolina Birding Trail: Mountain Trail Guide.  2009.  Chapel Hill: Distributed by University of North Carolina Press.  190 pp.  Spiral-bound with maps, site descriptions, color photographs, species and habitats, and visitor amenities.

North, E. Lee.  1998.  The 55 West Virginias: A Guide to the State’s Counties [by county: local history sketch, census profile, map].  Rev. ed.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.  129 pp.

O’Donnell, Kevin E.  2004.  “Introduction: Scenery, Markets, and Mountaineers.”  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 1-38.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

O’Donnell, Kevin E., and Helen Hollingsworth, ed.  2004.  Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900 [anthology of 18 historic articles; maps, engravings].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  385 pp.

O’Neill, Brian.  2009.  The Paris of Appalachia: Pittsburgh in the Twenty-First Century.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: Carnegie Mellon University Press.  151 pp.  Profiles by a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist.

Ochsendorf, Gene, interviewer.  2000.  “‘Coach’: A Visit With Bill Weber” [Randolph Co. high school basketball coach for 43 years].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Summer): 19-24.

Olsen, Christopher J.  2009.  “NASCAR and Masculinity.”  In The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 13: Gender, 198-201.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Orphan, Stephanie.  2002.  “Appalachian State Establishes Racing Collection” [ASU Library; history of stock car racing].  College & Research Libraries News 63 (December): 772-773.

Painter, Jacqueline Burgin.  1994.  An Appalachian Medley: Hot  Springs and the Gentry Family.  Volume I.  Asheville: Biltmore  Press.  244 pp.

Pantas, Lee James.  2011.  The Ultimate Guide to Asheville & the Western North Carolina Mountains: Including Boone, Hendersonville, Hickory, Lenoir, Morganton, and Waynesville.  4th ed.  Asheville, N.C.: R. Brent and Company.  508 pp.

Parham, Jim.  1998.  Road Bike North Georgia: 25 Great Rides in the Mountains and Valleys of North Georgia.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press. 136 pp.

Parham, Jim.  2006.  Off the Beaten Track: Western NC Smokies.  Mountain Bike Guide Series, vol.1.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  120 pp.

Parham, Jim.  2009.  Off the Beaten Track: North Georgia.  Mountain Bike Guide Series, vol. 3.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  187 pp.

Parker, Arthur.  1999. The Monongahela: River of Dreams, River of Sweat [W.Va. and Pa.].  University Park: Penn State University Press.  200 pp.

Payne, John.  2011.  “Bad Luck on the Middle Fork” [Barbour Co.; b. 1920].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 37-42.  Ill-fated 1930s fly-fishing/camping trip; Middle Fork and Tygart Valley Rivers.

Payne, Steve, ed.  2000.  West Virginia in Pictures [color photos].  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  64 pp.

Perloff, Susan, and Sara Pitzer.  2000.  Pennsylvania: Off the Beaten Path [guidebook].  5th ed.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  163 pp.

Perrier, Dianne.  2011.  Interstate 81: The Great Warriors Trace [local histories].  Gainesville: University Press of Florida.  218 pp.  Contents: The Great Warriors Trace -- New York: wars for an empire -- Pennsylvania: the nation’s arsenal -- Maryland: grand anticipation -- West Virginia: fearful reality -- The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia: seeing the elephant -- Southwestern Virginia: the march of the elephant ends -- Tennessee: when cloudshadows pass -- Annihilating space.

Peters, Greg.  2005.  “Ripple Effects” [Bristol Motor Speedway, economic effects; Tenn., Va.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 10-11.

Phillips, Benny.  2001.  Bristol Motor Speedway: 40 Years of Thunder [Tenn.; stock car racing drivers].  Charlotte, N.C.: UMI Publications.  159 pp.

Pierce, Dan.  2008.  “The Most Southern Sport on Earth: NASCAR and the Unions.”  In Southern Cultures: The Fifteenth Anniversary Reader, ed. H. Watson and L. Griffin, 409-433.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Pierce, Daniel S.  2010.  Real NASCAR: White Lightning, Red Clay, and Big Bill France.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  348 pp.  Stock car racing history, 1930s-1970s.

Pierce, Daniel S.  2012.  “NASCAR vs. Football.”  Southern Cultures 18, no. 4 (Winter): 26-42.  Essay: which is more important to Southern U.S. identity?

Platania, Joseph.  2004.  “Jack Dempsey Comes to Huntington” [1932 prizefight with two local heavyweights; parents were from Logan Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Fall): 60-61.

Plott, Bob.  2008.  A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains [N.C.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.  Contents: Foreword by George Ellison -- The origins of hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains -- The early Cherokee hunter -- The market hunters -- Man hunters -- The Smoky Mountain rifle -- The dawn of the Golden Age -- Tennessee ridge runners -- The last frontier -- Hazel Creek and Deep Creek–a sportsman’s paradise -- Full circle -- Bibliography -- About the author.

Plott, Bob.  2009.  Legendary Hunters of the Southern Highlands: A Century of Sport and Survival in the Great Smoky Mountains [N.C.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  158 pp.

Plott, Robert.  2007.  The Story of the Plott Hound: Strike & Stay.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  188 pp.  State dog of N.C.; 18th-century German origins; boar and bear hunting.

Poole, David, and James McLaurin.  2006.  “Then Junior Said to Jeff. . .”: The Best NASCAR Stories Ever Told.  Chicago: Triumph Books.  182 pp.

Porter, Randy.  1998.  Mountain Bike! Virginia: A Guide to the Classic Trails.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  384 pp.

Porter, Randy.  2004.  The Best in Tent Camping, Virginia: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [50 sites].  2nd ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  178 pp.

Powell, Nancy.  1997.  What to See and Do in the Lost River and South Branch Valleys, Hardy County, West Virginia.  Lost River, W.Va.: Lost River Educational Foundation.  204 pp.

Pyda, Bill.  2001.  “Shouts for Bruno” [Bruno Sammartino, 1960s televised studio wrestling champ beloved to southwestern Pennsylvanians].  Western Pennsylvania History 84 (Spring): 12-21.

Pyle, Lizbeth A.  2000.  “The Whitewater Industry in West Virginia, Southwestern Pennsylvania, and Western Maryland.”  In A Geographic Perspective of Pittsburgh and the Alleghenies: From Precambrian to Post-Industrial, ed. K. Patrick and J. Scarpaci, 104-109. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Geographers.

Pyle, Lizbeth A.  2006.  “Central Appalachia’s Whitewater Recreation I ndustry” [W.Va., Pa., Md.: Gauley, New, Cheat, Tygart, Youghiogheny Rivers].  In Pittsburgh and the Appalachians: Cultural and Natural Resources in a Postindustrial Age, ed. J. Scarpaci, 191-202.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Quigel, James P. Jr., and Louis E. Hunsinger Jr.  2001.  Gateway to the Majors: Williamsport and Minor League Baseball [Pa.; 1865 to present; also home to Little League World Series].  University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.  190 pp.

Rail-Trails Mid-Atlantic: The Official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Guidebook [58 trails: Del., Md., Va., W.Va., D.C.].  2007.  Berkeley: Calif.: Wilderness Press.  195 pp.

Raitz, Karl.  2010.  “U.S. 11 and a Modern Geography of Culture and Connection.”  Chap. 8 in The Great Valley Road of Virginia: Shenandoah Landscapes from Prehistory to the Present, ed. W. Hofstra and K. Raitz, 239-296.  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.

Ralph, Julian.  2004 [1895].  “From ‘The Industrial Region of Northern Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia’” [excerpt; Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 71-82.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 90 (March 1895): 607-626; excerpt reproduced here: 607-615.

Regan, Neil.  2010.  Great Waterfalls of North Carolina: A Guide for Hikers, Photographers, and Waterfall Enthusiasts.  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  149 pp.  65 waterfalls  in the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky mountains.

Reid, Robert L., ed.  [1991] 2010.  Always a River: The Ohio River and the American Experience.  2nd ed. [new introduction, map, index].  Bloomington, Ind.: Quarry Books.  260 pp.  Contents: The force of moving water / Scott Russell Sanders -- The Ohio Valley revisited: images from Nicholas Cresswell and Reuben Gold Thwaites / John A. Jakle -- Settlement and selected landscape imprints in the Ohio Valley / Hubert G.H. Wilhelm -- The Ohio River: artery of movement / Michael Allen -- River of opportunity: economic consequences of the Ohio / Darrel E. Bigham -- Engineering the Ohio / Leland R. Johnson -- An ecopolitical system of global significance / Boyd Keenan.

Rennick, Robert M.  1997.  From Red Hot to Monkey’s Eyebrow: Unusual Kentucky Place Names.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  80 pp.

Rennick, Robert. M.  2000.  Post Offices of Northeastern Kentucky: A Survey of the Post Offices of Greenup, Lawrence, Carter, Boyd, and Elliot Counties [name origins; many defunct offices].  Lake Grove, Oregon: The Depot.  140 pp.

Rice, Bill.  2011.  “Mountain State Forest Festival” [Elkins].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 3 (Fall): 9-19.  History since 1930; parade; festival queen; visiting U.S. Presidents; the Riding Tournament.

Richards, Constance E., and Kenneth L. Richards.  2006.  Insiders’ Guide to North Carolina’s Mountains: Including Asheville, Biltmore Estate, and the Blue Ridge Parkway.  8th ed.  Insiders’ Guide Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  467 pp.

Ridpath, B. David.  2012.  Tainted Glory: Marshall University, the NCAA, and One Man’s Fight for Justice [1997-2001; violations; football; W.Va.].  Bloomington, Ind.: iUniverse.  264 pp.

Roberts, Katherine.  1997.  “Augusta Festival” [Elkins, W.Va., annual heritage festival of concerts, crafts, dancing, jam sessions, and traditional arts workshops].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Summer): 53-59.

Rogers, Hiram.  2002.  Fifty Hikes in Kentucky: From the Appalachian Mountains to the Land Between the Lakes [guidebook].  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  258 pp.

Rogers, Hiram.  2004.  Backroad Bicycling in the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains: 27 Rides for Touring and Mountain Bikes from North Georgia to Southwest Virginia.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  215 pp.

Rubin, Robert Alden.  2000.  On the Beaten Path: An Appalachian Pilgrimage [Appalachian Trail through-hiker].  New York: Lyons Press.  256 pp.

Runolfson, Kevin.  2010.  The Things You Find on the Appalachian Trail: A Memoir of Discovery, Endurance and a Lazy Dog.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  222 pp.

Russell, L. D.  2007.  Godspeed: Racing Is My Religion [NASCAR and Christianity].  New York: Continuum.  182 pp.

Sabatke, Mark D.  2007.  Discovering the C & O Canal and Adjacent Potomac River [Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, mile-by-mile guidebook, 185 mi.; b&w photos;].  Rockville, Md.: Schreiber.  175 pp.

Sakowski, Carolyn.  2011.  Touring the Western North Carolina Backroads.  3rd ed.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  316 pp.

Salazar, Deborah A.  2002.  “Noodling: An American Folk Fishing Technique” [hand fishing].  Journal of Popular Culture 35 (Spring): 145-155.

Samsel, Jeff.  2003.  Catfishing in the South [comprehensive guide; includes Appalachian rivers and lakes].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  175 pp.

Sanders, Brad.  2002.  Guide to William Bartram’s Travels: Following the Trail of America’s First Great Naturalist.  Athens, Ga.: Fevertree Press.  371 pp.

Sanders, Randy.  2011.  “Allegiance.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 37-39.  Allegiance Footware manufacturer, Mountain City, Tenn., “NOT MADE IN CHINA.”

Sauceman, Fred.  2011.  “A Sixties Summertime Memory of Frog Hunting.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 1 (Summer): 13-14.  “Most every hardware store carried frog gigs in those days.”

Scherer, Glenn and Don Hopey.  1998.  Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States: Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York [32 day hikes].  Exploring the Appalachian Trail.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  371 pp.

Schneck, Marcus.  2003.  Backroads of Pennsylvania: Your Guide to Pennsylvania’s Most Scenic Backroad Adventures [eight subregions; 35 driving tours; full-page color photos].  Text by Marcus Schneck; photography by Glenn Davis.  Stillwater, Minn.: Voyageur Press.  160 pp.

Schultz, Katey.  2011.  “Lost Crossings” [swinging footbridges; N.C.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 29-30.  “Mitchell and Yancey counties are home to thirteen of the state’s twenty-three remaining footbridges.”

Seaton, Carter Taylor.  2011.  “Don’t Judge a City by It’s Label” [Huntington, W.Va.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 45-46.  Site of “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” 2009-2010 reality TV series.

Sehlinger, Bob, and Joe Surkiewicz.  1999.  The Unofficial Guide to the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Region.  3rd ed, New York: Macmillan.  460 pp.

Sehlinger, Bob, et al.  2000.  Appalachian Whitewater: The Southern Mountains: The Premier Canoeing and Kayaking Streams of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.  4th ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  278 pp.

Seldon, Lynn.  1999.  Country Roads of West Virginia: Drives, Day Trips, and Weekend Excursions.  Chicago: Country Roads Press.  128 pp.

Setzer, Lynn.  1997.  A Season on the Trail: An American Odyssey” [Appalachian Trail].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  192 pp.

Setzer, Lynn.  2001.  A Season on the Appalachian Trail [compilation of stories].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  222 pp.

Shaffer, Earl and Bart Smith.  2002.  The Appalachian Trail: Calling Me Back to the Hills [pictorial; first AT thru-hiker, 1948, repeats hike in 1978; d. 2002].  Englewood, Colo.: Westcliffe.  128 pp.

Shaffer, Earl V.  [1983] 2000.  Walking with Spring: The First Thru-Hike of the Appalachian Trail [1948].  Reprint.  Harpers Ferry, W.Va: Appalachian Trail Conference.  152 pp.  Shaffer was the first person to hike the entire trail, from Georgia to Maine, completed in less than five months.

Shapiro, Leonard.  2005.  “Coal Miners’ Sons: From Small Town to the NFL, the Jones Brothers Stick Together” [Big Stone Gap, Va.; Julius and Thomas Jones; Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears].  Washington Post, 16 September, 1(E).

Shelton, Napier.  2011.  Potomac Pathway: A Nature Guide to the C&O Canal [184 mile trail; Cumberland, Md., to Washington, D.C.].  Atglen, Pa.: Schiffer.  160 pp.

Simon, F. Kevin.  [1939] 1996.  Kentucky: A Guide the Bluegrass State.  Reprint, with a foreword by Thomas D. Clark.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  554 pp.  Originally published: Washington: Works Progress Administration.

Sitton, Thad.  2010.  Gray Ghosts and Red Rangers: American Hilltop Fox Chasing.  Austin: University of Texas Press.  250 pp.

Skelton, William H., ed.  2005. Cherokee National Forest Hiking Guide [Tenn.-N.C.].  2nd ed.  Written by the Harvey Broome Group of the Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club; with a new foreword by Lamar Alexander.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  566 pp.  First edition published as Wilderness Trails of Tennessee’s Cherokee National Forest (1992).

Skinner, Elizabeth, and Charlie Skinner.  1999.  Bicycling the Blue Ridge: A Guide to the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway [575 miles].  3rd ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  224 pp.

Sloane, Bruce.  1999.  Scenic Driving Virginia [22 tours].  Helena, Mont.: Falcon.  174 pp.

Sloane, Bruce.  2002.  Scenic Driving: West Virginia [guidebook; 24 tours].  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot.  195 pp.

Smith, Chris.  2002.  It’s More Than Winning! [basketball autobiography of VPI All American; 1958-1961].  Charleston, W.Va.: Chris Smith Publishing.  512 pp., plus 100 pp. of illustrations.

Smith, M. W. (Michael W.).  2004.  Fishing the Shenandoah Valley: An Angler’s Guide [11 locations].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  90 pp.

Smith, M. W.  2002.  Fishing the New River Valley: An Angler’s Guide [Va.].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  94 pp.

Smith, M. W.  2003.  Fishing the Roanoke Valley: An Anglers Guide [Va.].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  78 pp.

Smith, M. W.  2005.  Fishing the Greenbrier Valley: An Angler’s Guide [W.Va.]. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  82 pp.

Soltis, Stephen, and Stacy Soltis.  2001.  West Virginia: Off the Beaten Path [guidebook].  3rd ed., revised and updated by Thomas R. Fletcher.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot.  169 pp.

Soslow, Robin.  2012.  “Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau Is So Cool” [spelunking].  Washington Post, 29 July, 6(F).  1,249 words.  Photos, map, links.  Falls Creek Falls State Park: 9,600 caves,  the highest waterfall in the eastern U.S, and one of the world’s largest stands of hemlocks, some 400 years old.

Speer, Ed.  2002.  The Tennessee Handbook [guidebook to Constitutions, governors, counties, cities and towns, rivers and lakes, etc.].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  276 pp.

Spornick, Charles D., Alan R. Cattier, and Robert J. Greene.  2003.  An Outdoor Guide to Bartram's Travels [1773-77; 50 Southeastern tours, maps; Georgia; Cherokee country].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  405 pp.

Squeri, Lawrence Louis.  2002.  Better in the Poconos: The Story of Pennsylvania’s Vacationland [Pike, Monroe, Carbon Cos.].  University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.  276 pp.

Stager, Claudette, and Martha Carver, ed.  2006.  Looking Beyond the Highway: Dixie Roads and Culture.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  298 pp.  Seventeen chapters including: Drivin’ the Dixie Highway in Tennessee / Martha Carver -- Heading south without getting sidetracked: the Dixie Highway in Georgia / Jeffrey L. Durbin -- The Dollarway Road and road improvement districts in Arkansas, 1913-1921 / Christie H. McLaren -- Tourist lodging in the Great Smoky Mountains and the transition from regional to national style / Blythe Semmer -- Caving and clogging: keepin’ cool in Tennessee’s caves / Ruth Nichols Keenoy and Robbie D. Jones -- Get right with God: Harrison Mayes’s advertising campaign for the Lord / Martha Carver -- Buy one, get two free: fireworks / Karl Puljak -- Seeing the scenic Upland South: mother nature and the morphology of tourist landscapes / Kevin J. Patrick -- Pilgrimage route to paradise: the sacred and profane along the Dixie Highway / Robert M. Craig.

Stancil, Cale, and Ed Beard.  2009.  “Cale Stancil, Ed Beard, and the Plott Hounds: Foxfire Interviews Local Bear Hunters.”  Foxfire Magazine, 43 no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 36-42.  Personal hunting experiences; Ga.; N.C.

Stancil, Cale.  2009.  “Plott History by Cale Stancil: A Research Project.”  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 43-51.  Traces the history of this breed of hunting dog, now the N.C. state dog, beginning in 1750 Germany.

Stancil, Walter.  2003.  “Bearing It” [bear hunting; Ga.].  Interview by student Samantha Tyler.  Foxfire 37 (Spring/Summer): 67-74.

Steelhammer, Rick.  2010.  West Virginia Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff [guidebook].  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot.  213 pp.  Contents: Southern coalfields -- Metro Valley -- Greenbrier Valley -- Northern Hills and Northern Panhandle -- Potomac Highlands and Eastern Panhandle.

Stover, Kara Perdue.  2007.  “Coach Bobby Stover: The Making of a Clay County Legend” [coach and high school teacher; mining town of Widen, 1958-63].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 3 (Fall): 36-39.

Strain, Paula.  1997.  The Blue Hills of Maryland [Washington and Frederick Cos., Md.; South Mountain, Pa. and Md.].  Harpers Ferry, W.Va.: Appalachian Trail Conference.

Strother, David Hunter [“Porte Crayon”].  2004 [1858].  “A Winter in the South (4th Paper of 7)” [Bald Mountain, Yancey Co., N.C.; Spivey Creek, Unicoi Co., Tenn.; Jonesborough, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 99-130.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 16 (Jan. 1858): 167-183.

Sturtevant, Lynne.  2011.  A Guide to Historic Marietta, Ohio.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  142 pp.  Contents: History: ancient roots and great expectations | Downtown: echoes of 1900 | Harmar: the West Side | The Downtown Residential District: mansions, mounds, and Marietta College | The campus Martius Museum complex: Native Americans, pioneers and rivermen | The Appalachian countryside: Belpre, scenic byways and the Wayne National Forest | Williamstown: Fenton Glass, Henderson Hall and the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge | Blennerhassett Island: glamour and treason.

Summerlin, Cathy, and Vernon Summerlin.  1997.  Traveling the Southern Highlands: A Complete Vacation Guide to the Mountains of Northeast Georgia, East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, and Southwest Virginia [44 points of interest profiled;  directory information]. Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press.  347 pp.

Summerlin, Vernon, and Cathy Summerlin.  1999.  Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Tennessee Mountains.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  340 pp.

Sutcliffe, Andrea.  1999.  Touring the Shenandoah Valley Backroads [14 day trips].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  249 pp.

Sutter, L.M.  2009.  Ball, Bat, and Bitumen: A History of Coalfield Baseball in the Appalachian South.  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 21.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  204 pp.  Early 1900s to 1950s, based on interviews, covering leagues within mining communities in Va., Ky., and W.Va.

Sutton, Allan.  1997.  Potomac Trails: D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia [guidebook to 100 hikes in Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mts.]. Golden, Colo.: Fulcrum Publishing.  226 pp.

Tedesco, Marie.  2006.  “A Renaissance among the Minors: Ninety-Five Years of Appalachian League Baseball.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 15-18.

Tennis, Joe.  2003.  Southwest Virginia Crossroads: An Almanac of Place Names and Places to See.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  250 pp.

Tennis, Joe.  2004.  Southwest Virginia Crossroads: An Almanac of Place Names and Places to See [17 counties; hundreds of landmarks described; directory].  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  166 pp.

Theriault, William D.  1998.  “Shannondale Springs” [19th-century mineral springs/hotel; Jefferson Co.].  West Virginia History 57: 1-26.

Thomas, Sarah Anne Loudin.  2010.  “Acrophobics Welcome.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 22-23.  Rappelling and B.A.S.E. jumping from 876-foot-high New River Gorge Bridge near Fayetteville, W.Va.

Thomas, Sarah.  2011.  “Navitat” [Canopy Adventures--through trees].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 35-36.  “...a three-hour canopy tour with ten ziplines, several rapells, and a couple of rope bridges” [N.C.].

Thompson, M. Douglas.  2006.  Son of Bits and Pieces of the Past Along the Ohio [vast collection of local miscellanea arranged under 25 topics; W.Va, Oh., Ky.].  Russell, Ky.: Printed by Russell Printing.  319 pp.  Sequel to Bits and Pieces of the Past along the Ohio, 1981.

Thompson, Neal.  2006.  Driving with the Devil: Southern Moonshine, Detroit Wheels, and the Birth of NASCAR.  New York: Crown Publishers.  411 pp.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold.  1997.  Pilgrims on the Ohio: The River Journey & Photographs of Reuben Gold Thwaites, 1894 [historical photographs of a 1100-mile rowboat journey].  Essays by Robert L Reid and Dan Hughes Fuller.  Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society.  105 pp.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold.  1999 [1897].  Afloat on the Ohio: An Historical Pilgrimage of a Thousand Miles in a Skiff, from Redstone to Cairo.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.  334 pp.  Originally published: Chicago: Way & Williams.

Thwaites, Tom.  2000.  Fifty Hikes in Western Pennsylvania.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  213 pp.

Tolley-Stokes, Rebecca.  2011.  “Around and Around She Rolls: Roller Derby in Appalachia.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 43-44.  The Hard Knox Rollergirls (Knoxville), the Blue Ridge Rollergirls (Asheville), and the Steel City Derby Demons (Pittsburgh) all formed in 2006.  In 2010 the Appalachian Rollergirls of Boone, N.C. formed, and Johnson City’s (Tenn.) Brat League was established in 2008 accepting 6- to 11-year-olds.

Tooman, L. Alex.  1997.  “Applications of Life-Cycle Model in Tourism” [social impact; Smoky Mountain region].  Annals of Tourism Research 24 (January): 214-234.

Toops, Connie.  2000.  “Blossoming Interests” [springtime flowers blossom along the Appalachians, Va., Tenn, N.C.].  National Parks 74 (March/April): 40-44.

Torrey, Bradford.  2004 [1895].  “A Week on Walden’s Ridge I” [Chattanooga, Walden’s Ridge, Signal Mountain, Fairmount, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 83-95.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Atlantic Monthly 75 (May 1895): 605-613.

Trevathan, Kim.  2001.  Paddling the Tennessee River: A Voyage on Easy Water [652 mi., Knoxville to Paducah].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  294 pp.

Trevathan, Kim.  2006.  Coldhearted River: A Canoe Odyssey Down the Cumberland [700 mi. from Harlan, Ky.; Tenn.].  Photographs by Randy Russell.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  266 pp.

Venable, Sam.  2002.  Rock-Elephant: A Story of Friendship and Fishing.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  180 pp.

Waddell, Michael E., with Michael Schoby.  2010.  Hunting Booger Bottom: Life Lessons from the Field [hunting stories].  Foreword by Ted Nugent.  New York: Harper.  212 pp.  The author grew up in Georgia and is a popular TV host on the Outdoor Channel.

Wadness, Kenneth.  1997.  Sojourn in the Wilderness: A Seven Month Journey on the Appalachian Trail [190 color photos].  Foreword by Bill Irwin.  Louisville, Ky.: Harmony House.  231 pp.

Waggoner, Eric G.  1997.  “Pulling the Weight, Doing the Work: Barbour County’s Horse Pull” [annual draft horse pulling contest and festivities].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Summer): 20-25.

Walker, Anne.  2010.  “An R.C. Dash and a MoonPie Toss” [R.C. Cola].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 15.  The annual R.C.-MoonPie Festival, nearly twenty years old, is held in Bell Buckle, Tenn.

Warner, Charles Dudley.  2004 [1885].  “On Horseback II” [Cranberry, Bakersville, Burnsville, N.C.; Roan Mountain, Tenn./N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 193-214.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Atlantic Monthly 56 (Aug. 1885): 194-207.

Watkins, W. Merle, and Bill Watkins.  2001.  “The World’s Fair In a Rowboat” [1904; rowed a boat 1,120 miles from Grafton, W.Va. to the St. Louis World’s Fair].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer): 66-71.

Watson, James.  2010.  “High Life at the Beer Wash.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 19-20.  Four-stall car wash converted to a bar in tourist-destination Roan Mountain, Tenn.

Weaver, Steve.  2010.  “The Runaway Airplane!”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 1 (Spring): 20-27.  New pilot’s harrowing adventure in a single engine plane; 1962 Wood County.

Wells, Dianne, comp.  [1969] 2002.  Roadside History: A Guide to Kentucky Highway Markers [combines first Guide (1969), supplements, and updates].  Edited by Melba Porter Hay and Thomas H. Appleton, Jr.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  400 pp.

West, Jerry, and Jonathan Coleman.  2011.  West by West: My Charmed, Tormented Life.  New York: Little, Brown.  338 pp.  “Basketball great Jerry West tells his story--from his tough childhood in West Virginia, to his unbelievable college success at West Virginia University, his 40-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, and his relationships with NBA legends.”

West Virginia Atlas & Gazetteer: Topographic Maps of the Entire State [44 maps; 1: 150,000 scale].  1997.  Yarmouth, Me.: DeLorme.  64 pp.

West Virginia Getaways: A Guide to the State’s Bed & Breakfasts and Country Inns.  1999.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  292 pp.

White, Rex, as told to Anne B. Jones.  2005.  Gold Thunder: Autobiography of a NASCAR Champion [b. 1930, Taylorsville, N.C.].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  214 pp.

Wilkinson, Stephan.  2002.  “Touring the Southern Appalachian Mountains in a Cadillac CTS” [Marion, Va. to Maryville, Tenn.].  Conde Nast Traveler 37 (March): 76, 81-82.

Williams, Danny.  1997.  “Stonewall Jackson Heritage Jubilee” [W.Va.’s largest annual  celebration of traditional products and music; Lewis Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Summer): 60-63.

Williams, Robert L.  1999.  One Hundred Practically Perfect Places in the North Carolina Mountains.  Dallas, N.C.: Southeastern Publishing.  437 pp.

Williams, Robert Leonard, Elizabeth W. Williams, and Robert L. Williams.  [1995, 2001] 2012.  50 Hikes in the Mountains of North Carolina: Walks and Hikes from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Great Smokies.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  239 pp.

Williams, Robert Leonard, Elizabeth W. Williams, and Robert L. Williams, III.  [1995] 2001.  Fifty Hikes in the Mountains of North Carolina: Walks and Hikes from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Great Smokies.  2nd ed.  Fifty Hikes Series.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  240 pp.

Williams, Robert Leonard.  2001.  100 Practically Perfect Places in the North Carolina Mountains.  Dallas, N.C.: Southeastern Publishing. 446 pp.  Guidebook; driving tours.

Winegar, Deane, and Garvey Winegar.  Highroad Guide to the Virginia Mountains [detailed guidebook; six subregions; maps].  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  340 pp.

Winters, Kelly.  2001.  Walking Home: A Woman’s Pilgrimage on the Appalachian Trail.  Los Angeles: Alyson Books.  335 pp.

Wise, Kenneth and James Andrews.  1997.  The Best Short Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  136 pp.

Wise, Kenneth.  1996.  Hiking Trails of the Great Smoky Mountains: A Comprehensive Guide.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  480 pp.

Withrow, Dolly.  2011.  “Memorable Appalachian Journeys” [W.Va.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 17-18.

Wohlpart, A. James.  2011.  “Journey to the Great Mountain” [Appalachian Trail; Mt. Katahdin].  Studies in American Indian Literatures 23, no. 3 (Fall): 111-127.  References Linda Hogan’s book, Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World (1995).

Wood, Denise.  2003.  NASCAR Women [race drivers’ spouses].  Phoenix, Ariz.: David Bull.  144 pp.

Wood, Perry Allen.  2007.  Silent Speedways of the Carolinas: The Grand National Histories of 29 Former Tracks [stock-car racing].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  298 pp.

Woolson, Constance Fenimore.  2004 [1875].  “The French Broad” [Asheville, Warm Springs (Hot Springs), N.C.; Paint Rock, N.C./Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 131-172.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 50 (Apr. 1875): 617-636.

WPA Guide to 1930s Alabama.  [1941] 2000.  Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Works Projects Administration in the State of Alabama.  New introduction by Harvey H. Jackson III, vii-xxxv.  Reprint.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  442 pp.  Originally published as Alabama: A Guide to the Deep South, New York: R. R. Smith.

Wyatt, Edward.  2002.  “Cape Cod Too Much? How About Appalachia?” [seasonal and second home market; W.Va., Tenn., Ark.].  New York Times, 19 April, 1(F).

Yates, Brock W.  2004.  NASCAR off the Record [stock car racing stories].  St. Paul, Minn.: Motorbrooks International.  256 pp.

Yates, David W., with photographs by William A. Bake.  1997.  Valle Crucis [N.C.; historic Watauga River Valley].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  97 pp.

DESCRIPTION and TRAVEL, RECREATION and SPORTS

Including car trips, hiking, biking, camping, canoeing, white water rafting, mountain climbing, guidebooks, and sports teams

A Heritage Journey Through the Great Smoky Mountains.  1998.  Franklin, N.C.: Smoky Mountain Host of North Carolina.  48 pp.  A detailed guide of N.C.’s seven westernmost counties.

Abraham, Michael.  2010.  The Spine of the Virginias: Journeys along the Border between Virginia and West Virginia.  Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  418 pp.  “...vignettes of people and places.”

Abraham, Michael.  2011.  Harmonic Highways: Motorcycling Virginia’s Crooked Road. Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  303 pp.  Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail tourism initiative.

Ackerman, Jennifer.  1997.  “A Grand Allegheny Resort” [The Homestead; Hot Springs, Va.; built 1766].  New York Times, 6 April, 12, 16 (sec. 5).

Adamich, Tom.  2003.  “‘The Dirt Was Flying’: Racing Pioneer Dave Kurtz” [1950s stock car racer].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Summer): 38-44.

Adams, Charles S., comp, ed.  1997.  Roadside Markers in West Virginia [text of 820 markers].  Rev. ed., published by Charles S. Adams, 201 Ryan Ct., Shepherdstown, W.Va.  25443.  92 pp.

Adams, Kevin.  1994.  North Carolina Waterfalls: Where to Find  Them, How to Photograph Them.  Winston-Salem: John F. Blair.  208 pp.

Adams, Kevin.  2002.  Waterfalls of Virginia and West Virginia: A Hiking and Photography Guide [200 falls].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  256 pp.

Adams, Kevin.  2003.  Hiking Great Smoky Mountains National Park [80 hikes detailed].  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon.  287 pp.

Adams, Noah.  2001.  Far Appalachia: Following the New River North [N.C.-Va.-W.Va.; travelogue].  New York: Delacorte Press.  238 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2000.  Fifty Hikes in Maryland: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Allegheny Plateau to the Atlantic Ocean.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  287 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2000.  Fifty Hikes in Northern Virginia: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Allegheny Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay.  2nd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  287 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2002.  Fifty Hikes in Southern Virginia: Walks, Hikes, and Backpacks from the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  302 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2002.  Maryland: An Explorer’s Guide [incl. “Mountains of Western Maryland”].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  494 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2003.  Walking the Blue Ridge: A Guide to the Trails of the Blue Ridge Parkway [100 hikes over 70 trails].  3rd ed.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  242 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2005.  50 Hikes in West Virginia: From the Allegheny Mountains to the Ohio River [guidebook].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  320 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2007.  West Virginia: An Explorer’s Guide [authoritative guidebook; nine subregions; maps].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  536 pp.

Adkins, Leonard M.  2012.  Along the Appalachian Trail: Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Two-hundred vintage photographs.

Alderman, J. Anthony.  1997.  Wildflowers of the Blue Ridge Parkway [guidebook].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  136 pp.

Allen, James Lane.  2004 [1886].  “Through the Cumberland Gap on Horseback” [Burnside, Cumberland Falls, Williamsburg, Barbourville, Pineville, Yellow Creek, Ky.; Cumberland Gap, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 249-274.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 73 (June 1886): 50-66.

Amberg, Rob.  2012.  Review essay of the web resource, Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway [in North Carolina; http://docsouth.unc.edu/blueridgeparkway/].  Southern Spaces: An Interdisciplinary Journal about the Regions, Places, and Cultures of the American South and Their Global Connections, 3 April.  1,000 words, plus interactive maps, illustrations, and recommended resources.  http://southernspaces.org/2012/driving-through-time-digital-blue-ridge-parkway.

Anderson, Colleen.  1998.  The New West Virginia One-Day Trip Book: More Than 200 Affordable Adventures in the Mountain State.  McLean, Va.: EPM Publications.  336 pp.

Anderson, Gary.  2011.  “Norris Lake Vocabulary” [Tenn.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 21-22.  Language and idiom of road signs has gone upscale along with the invasion of gated communities.

Andrews, James and Kenneth Wise.  1997.  The Best Overnight Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  104 pp.

Antonik, John.  2010.  Roll Out the Carpet: 101 Seasons of West Virginia University Basketball.  Foreword by Rod Thorn; afterword by Bob Huggins.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.  276 pp.

Appalachian Adventure: From Georgia to Maine–A Spectacular Journey on the Great American Trail.  2005.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  181 pp.  Text, photos, stories detailing a March-October, 1995 hike along the Appalachian Trail, by the staffs of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The News & Observer of Raleigh, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Hartford Courant, and The Maine Sunday Telegram.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy.  2012.  The Appalachian Trail: Celebrating America’s Hiking Trail [history].  Text by Brian B. King; foreword by Bill Bryson.  New York: Rizzoli.  334 pp., plus folded map.  Oversized volume with more than 300 color photos and images; in celebration of the trail’s 75th anniversary.

Appalachian Trail on My Mind [collected color photos; various photographers; literary captions].  2002.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  96 pp.

Appalachian Whitewater: The Southern States.  3rd ed.  1997.  Birmingham: Menasha Ridge Press.  256 pp.

Ascher, Barbara Lazear.  2005.  “Blues Traveler” [i.e., Blue Ridge; Manhattanite revisits hometown; Floyd Co., Va.].  National Geographic Traveler 22, no. 3 (April): 114-119.

Bailey, Barbara Copenhaver.  2003.  “Brooke County Trapping” [1940s-50s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 29 (Winter): 49-51.

Bailey, Wayne.  2002.  Wayne’s Turkey World: 60 Years of Hunting [W.Va.; master field biologist].  Edited with a foreword by Jim Casada.  Milton, N.C.: W. Bailey, (Richtman’s Printing Inc., Bismarck, N.D.).  168 pp.

Baker, Andrew J.  2005.  “When the Thunder Dies” [NASCAR; rise and fall of the North Wilkesboro Speedway, N.C.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 13-15.

Ballew, Bill.  2007.  A History of Professional Baseball in Asheville [N.C.; 1920s-80s; photos].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.

Bannon, James.  1997.  West Virginia: A Guide to Backcountry Travel & Adventure.  Asheville: Out There Press.  264 pp.

Barnes, Tony.  2006.  Seneca: The Climber’s Guide [W.Va., rock climbing; Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area; 437 routes detailed].  2nd ed.  Chapel Hill, N.C.: Earthbound Sports.  231 pp.

Barnett, Bob.  2005.  “When the ‘Big Green’ Rolled: Newell’s Championship Season” [1951-52 state championship basketball].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 1 (Spring): 10-17.

Barnett, C. Robert, and Michele Schiavone, section editors.  “Sports and Recreation” [signed entries].  In Encyclopedia of Appalachia, ed. R. Abramson and J. Haskell, 1361-1405 (with introductory essay, 1361-1367).  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Barrell, Allison.  2004.  “‘Bring Your Own Towel’: Nudism, Federal Courts, and the Timberline Lodge” [Tenn. nudist resort].  In Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, ed. M. Birdwell and W. Dickinson, 323-333.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Barrick, Michael.  1998.  “The Hillbilly Highway” [people and places along Interstate 77, W.Va. to N.C.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Winter): 21-24.

Batchelor, John E.  2012.  Chefs of the Mountains: Restaurants and Recipes from Western North Carolina.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  338 pp.  “...profiles more than 40 well-established and up-and-coming chefs from the region....with recipes from each chef.”

Bechdel, Tom.  2006.  Coyote Hunting: The Eastern Coyote.  Terra Alta, W.Va.: Headline Books.  89 pp.

Becker, Carl M.  1998.  Home and Away: The Rise and Fall of Professional Football on the Banks of the Ohio River, 1919-1934  [Portsmouth and Ironton, Ohio, and Ashland, Ky.].  Athens: Ohio University Press.  367 pp.

Becker, Carl.  1999.  “‘Beat the Tanks’: A Chronicle of the Ashland Armcos, 1925-30” [Ky., Ohio; early, semi-professional football].  Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 97 (Autumn): 403-443.

Beekman, Scott.  2010.  NASCAR Nation: A History of Stock Car Racing in the United States. Santa Barbara, Calif: Praeger.  175 pp.

Believe: The Story of the 2007 West Virginia Mountaineer Football Team.  2008.  Morgantown, W.Va.: Pediment Publishing.  160 pp.  After losing its head coach, WVU went on to defeat  #3 Oklahoma at the 2008 Fiesta Bowl.  Newspaper columns and commentary, photographs.

Benner, Bob, and David Benner.  2005.  Carolina Whitewater: A Paddler’s Guide to the Western Carolinas.  9th ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  262 pp.

Bernstein, Danny.  2012.  Hiking North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains: Blue Ridge Parkway, Grandfather Mountain, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Hickory Nut Gorge, Linville Gorge, NC State Parks, Pisgah National Forest and Much More.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  377.  Day hikes guidebook.

Blake, Christopher, ed.  2005.  River of Cliffs: A Linville Gorge Reader [N.C.; literary collection].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  157 pp.

Bolgiano, Chris.  1997.  “Trailing Lonesome Pines” [Big Stone Gap, Va.; Breaks Interstate Park, Ky. and Va.; and setting for novelist John Fox Jr.].  New York Times, 6 April, 13-14 (sec. 5).

Borowiec, Andrew.  2000.  Along the Ohio [Ohio River Valley; 80 duotone photos]. Creating the North American Landscape.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.  128 pp.

Boyd, Robin.  2006.  Mountain Biker’s Guide to West Virginia [trails at 19 locations].  Photography by Daniel Boyd.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  144 pp.

Bratton, Susan.  2012.  The Spirit of the Appalachian Trail: Community, Environment, and Belief on a Long-Distance Hiking Path.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  284 pp.  “...addresses the spiritual dimensions of hiking the Appalachian Trail....how long-distance walking might enhance both body and mind.”

Brill, David.  [1990] 2003.  As Far as the Eye Can See: Reflections of an Appalachian Trail Hiker.  Reprint.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  190 pp.  Originally published: Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press.

Brosi, George.  2009.  “This Side of the Mountain” [heritage tourism].  Appalachian Heritage 37, no. 3 (Summer): 6-7.  Brainstorming ideas with the ARC for “asset-based community development” along the lines of Va.’s “The Crooked Road” musical heritage route -- projects that “celebrate our heritage, encourage learning...promote economic development” and offer “a stage not a cage” for local people.

Brown, Dick.  2008.  King of the Mountain: The Story of Jerry Moore’s Rise from the Depths of Despair to Lead the Appalachian State University Mountaineers to Three Straight National Championships [football coach; b. 1939].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: DB Ink.  213 pp.

Brown, Fred, and Nell Jones, ed.  1991.  The Georgia Conservancy’s Guide to the North Georgia Mountains.  2nd ed.  Foreword by Jimmy Carter.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  251 pp.

Brown, Fred, et al.  2007.  The Riverkeeper’s Guide to the Chattahoochee River: From Its Origin at Chattahoochee Gap to Apalachicola Bay [Ga.; guidebook].  Illustrations by Garry Pound.  Atlanta: CI Publishing.  352 pp.

Brown, Rodger Lyle.  1997.  Ghost Dancing on the Cracker Circuit: The Culture of Festivals in the American South.  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  204 pp.  Contents: Ch. 1. Stuffing Sin in a Lard Bucket: Rattlesnake Roundup at Whigham, Georgia -- Ch. 2. History’s All We Have Left: The Tobacco Festival (Clarkton, North Carolina), Swine Time (Climax, Georgia), and the Banana Festival (South Fulton, Tennessee) -- Ch. 3. Honoring the Cob: Hillbilly Days at Pikeville, Kentucky -- Ch. 4. This Year’s Hernando: The De Soto Celebration at Bradenton, Florida -- Ch. 5. Destiny in Dayton: The Scopes Trial Play and Festival at Dayton, Tennessee -- Ch. 6. “Hey, Barney. Hey, Andy.”: Mule Day at Calvary, Georgia -- Ch. 7. Aunt Bee’s Death Certificate: Mayberry Days at Mount Airy, North Carolina.

Brown, Scott E.  2004.  Pennsylvania Waterfalls: A Guide for Hikers and Photographers [52 hikes/falls; maps, color photos, local history].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  143 pp.

Bruce, Dan.  2001.  The Thru-Hiker’s Handbook: Georgia to Maine 2001: #1 Guide for Long-Distance Hikes on the Appalachian Trail.  11th ed.  Hot Springs, N.C.: Center for Appalachian Trail Studies.  173 pp.

Bryson, Bill.  1998.  A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail [more humor than guidebook].  New York: Broadway Books.  288 pp.

Buhite, Russell D.  2004.  “The Continental League and Its Western Carolina League Affiliate: Branch Rickey’s Second Finest Hour” [eight minor league teams/towns].  North Carolina Historical Review 81 (October): 426-460.

Bunce, Oliver Bell.  2004 [1871].  “On Lookout Mountain (with Illustrations by Harry Fenn)” [Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Rock City, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 59-69.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Appleton’s Journal 6 (26 Aug. 1871): 238-242.

Burnett, John.  2004.  “Fishing in Berwind” [details 1950s boyhood creek-fishing, McDowell Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Summer): 46-49.

Campbell, Ben E.  2011.  “Destination Country Roads.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 12-13.  Memoir; W.Va.; 1970 short-bed Chevy truck.

Campbell, Bill, and Nye Simmons.  2003.  The Smoky Mountains Photographer’s Guide [tips, locations, color photos].  Edited by Steve Kemp.  Knoxville, Tenn.: Little River Publishing.  128 pp.

Car Racing in Appalachia: From ‘Shine to Shrines.  2005.  Special issue, Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 1-44.

Carpenter, Frank O.  2004 [1890].  “The Great Smoky Mountains and Thunderhead Peak” [Maryville, Tuckaleechee Cove (Townsend), Thunderhead Mountain (Great Smoky Mountains National Park), Tenn./N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 331-339.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Appalachia 6 (Dec. 1890): 138-146.

Carr, Margaret S.  2011.  “Ray.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 5-7.  Long distance truck-driving with Ray Shipley of Washington County, Tenn.

Carroll, Steven, and Mark Miller.  2003.  Hiking, West Virginia [70 trails guidebook].  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon.  258 pp.

Caruso, Gary.  2012.  Marietta College Baseball: The Story of the ‘Etta Express [Ohio].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  239 pp.  “The Marietta College Pioneers...own a record five NCAA Division III National Championships, including 2011.”

Caruso, Mario.  2008.  West Virginia Rider’s Guide.  Hot Springs, Ark.: Mario Caruso.  144 pp.  Motorcycle tour guidebook includes dozens of rides, narrative, dining and lodging suggestions.

Casto, James E.  2011.  Highway to History: A Midland Trail Scrapbook [vintage W.Va. photos].  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  112 pp.  U.S. Route 60, White Sulphur Springs to Huntington, 189 miles.

Casto, James E., and Gerald S. Ratliff.  West Virginia: Mountain Majesty.  [photographs].  Charleston, W.Va.: West Virginia Division of Culture and History.  260 pp.

Cater, Steve.  1996.  New River Gorge Trail Guide: Hiking and Biking Trails of the New River Gorge Area, Cranberry Glades and the Greenbrier Trail [W.Va.].  Fayetteville, W.Va.: King Coal Propaganda.  92 pp.

Cater, Steve.  2006.  New River Gorge, Meadow River and Summersville Lake Rock Climbers’ Guidebook Comprehensive [W.Va.; 72 walls, photos, diagrams].  3rd ed.  Fayetteville, W.Va.: King Coal Propaganda.  255 pp.

Chamberlin, Silas.  2010.  “‘To Ensure Permanency’: Expanding and Protecting Hiking Opportunities in Twentieth-Century Pennsylvania” [1900-1950].  Pennsylvania History 77, no. 2 (Spring): 193-216.  Horse Shoe Trail Club, Alpine Club, and others; Appalachian Trail.

Chambers, Thomas A.  2002.  Drinking the Waters: Creating an American Leisure Class at Nineteenth-Century Mineral Springs [White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.; Saratoga Springs, N.Y.].  Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.  282 pp.

Che, Deborah.  2006.  “Going to the Mountains: Deer Hunters in the Allegheny National Forest Region.”  In Pittsburgh and the Appalachians: Cultural and Natural Resources in a Postindustrial Age, ed. J. Scarpaci, 203-219.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Clabough, Casey.  2007.  “To Bristol: Along the Warrior’s Path: An Excerpt from the Book The Warrior’s Path” [University of Tennessee Press, 2007].  Nantahala: A Review of Writing and Photography in Appalachia 3, no. 2 (Summer/Fall): nonfiction section, 5600 words.  http://nantahalareview.org/issue3-2/non-fiction/Nonfiction1Clabough.htm.

Clabough, Casey.  2007.  The Warrior’s Path: Reflections along an Ancient Route [500 mile trail, Md. to Tenn.; frontier life].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  188 pp.

Clarke, Liz.  2008.  One Helluva Ride: How NASCAR Swept the Nation.  New York: Villard.  293 pp.  History; Dale Earnhardt.

Clauson-Wicker, Su.  2005.  West Virginia: Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places [eight subregions].  5th ed.  Foreward by Jay Rockefeller.  Insiders’ Guide Series; Off the Beaten Path Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  195 pp.

Clauson-Wicker, Su.  2000.  Inn-to-Inn Walking Guide: Virginia and West Virginia [20 hikes].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  199 pp.

Clauson-Wicker, Su.  2002.  “Riding Route 52: The Old Coal Road” [Bluefield to Williamson, 95 miles].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Spring): 10-19.

Colbert, Judy.  2008.  Virginia: Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places.  10th ed.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  256 pp.  Arranged by five subregions, including Western Virginia and Southwestern Virginia.

Comm, Joseph A.  2010.  Rock Springs Park [Chester, W.Va.; photo retrospective].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  128 pp.  Landmark amusement park, 1897-1970.

Compton, Stephen C.  2004.  Early Tourism in Western North Carolina [pictorial retrospective]. Images of America. Charleston, SC: Arcadia.  128 pp.

Connelly, John.  1999.  Appalachian Whitewater: The Northern States.  3rd ed. [guidebook includes N.Y., Pa., Md., and W.Va.].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  258 pp.

Conte, Robert S.  [1989] 1998.  The History of the Greenbrier: America’s Resort [five star hotel; White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.].  Rev. ed.  Charleston, W.Va.: Pictorial Histories Publishing Company.  333 pp.

Cook, Joe, and Monica Cook.  2000.  River Song: A Journey Down the Cattahoochee and Apalachicola Rivers [200 photographs; North Ga. source].  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  224 pp.

Cooke, George.  2004 [1840].  “Sketches of Georgia” [Habersham Co., Tallulah Gorge, Toccoa Falls, Mt. Yonah, Clarkesville, Dahlonega, Athens].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 41-48.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Southern Literary Messenger 6 (Nov. 1840): 775-777.

Cordes, Kathleen Ann.  2001.  America’s National Scenic Trails [incl. Appalachian and Potomac].  Photographs by Jane Lammers.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.  384 pp.

Costa, Tom.  2011.  “James Buckingham’s Travels in Southern Appalachia, 1839.”  Smithfield Review: Studies in the History of the Region West of the Blue Ridge 15: 1-22.  Travel descriptions of an Englishman (b. 1786): Tenn., Va., N.C., slavery, health spas, mountains, towns.

Cottrill, David.  2004.  “Oakhurst Links: Golfing the Old-Time Way” [Greenbrier Co.; home to America’s first organized golf club in the 1880s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Summer): 62-65.

Crockett, Maureen.  2008.  “Berdines: A Visit to Ritchie County’s Old-Time 5 & Dime.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 24-29.  “Eclectic emporium,” opened 1908.

Czarnecki, Greg, and Karen Czarnecki.  1999.  Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Pennsylvania Mountains [detailed guidebook; five subregions; maps].  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  306 pp.

Daniel, Diane.  2011.  Farm Fresh North Carolina: The Go-to Guide to Great Farmers’ Markets, Farm Stands, Farms, Apple Orchards, U-Picks, Kids’ Activities, Lodging, Dining, Choose-and-Cut Christmas Trees, Vineyards and Wineries, and More.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  282 pp.  Arranged by subregions: Mountains, Charlotte, Triad, Triangle, Coastal.

Davidson, Paul, Ward Eister, Dirk Davidson, and Charlie Walbridge.  [1972] 1995.  Wildwater West Virginia, Fourth Edition.  Birmingham: Menasha Ridge Press.  283 pp.

Davis, Rebecca Harding.  [1875] 2004.  “The Yares of the Black Mountains” [Old Fort, Asheville, North Fork Valley (Swannanoa), N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 173-192.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lippincott’s 16 (July 1875): 35-47.  Reprint in Silhouettes of American Life, New York: Scribner’s, 1892.

Davis, Ren, and Helen Davis.  2001.  Georgia Walks: Discovery Hikes Through the Peach State's Natural and Human History [52 walks; 7 subregions]. Atlanta: Peachtree.  439  pp.

De Hart, Allen, and Bruce Sundquist.  1999.  Monongahela National Forest Hiking  Guide.  7th ed.  Charleston, W.Va.: West Virginia Highlands Conservancy.  342 pp.

De Hart, Allen, and Bruce Sundquist.  2006.  Monongahela National Forest Hiking Guide.  8th ed.  Charleston, W.Va: West Virginia Highlands Conservancy.  356 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  [1984] 1995.  The Trails of Virginia: Hiking the Old Dominion.  Rev. ed.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  421 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  1996.  North Carolina Hiking Trails.  3rd ed.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club.  512 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  1997.  West Virginia Hiking Trails: Hiking the Mountain State [guidebook].  2nd ed.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club.  416 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  2000.  Hiking North Carolina’s Mountains-to-Sea Trail.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  371 pp.

De Hart, Allen.  2005.  North Carolina Hiking Trails [guidebook].  4th ed.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club Books.  592 pp.

Deeds, Jean.  1996.  There Are Mountains to Climb [thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail at 51].  Indianapolis: Silverwood Press.  216 pp.

Deford, Frank.  2005.  “Let’s Cut to the Chase: Cut the Chases” [NASCAR; Daytona 500].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 44.

DeLaughter, Jerry.  2004.  Smokies Road Guide [Great Smoky Mountains National Park, guidebook to 14 auto tours; color photos].  Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Great Smoky Mountains Association.  154 pp.

DeLeon, Clark.  2001.  Pennsylvania Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff.  Curiosities Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  207 pp.

Dickson, Scott.  2005.  In Search of Mayberry: A Guide to North Carolina’s Favorite Small Towns.  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  116 pp.

Dimmock, George.  2004 [1877].  “A Trip to Mt. Mitchell in North Carolina” [Wolf Creek, Tenn.; Warm Springs (Hot Springs), Marshall, Asheville, North Fork (Swannanoa) Valley, Mount Mitchell, N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 319-329.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Appalachia 1 (June 1877): 141-151.

Driver, David.  1998. “The Pride of Nitro: Baseball Star Lew Burdette” [1957 World Series pitcher].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Fall): 56-63.

Du Bois, W. E. B.  2004 [1899].  “A Negro Schoolmaster in the New South” [Nashville, Lebanon, Watertown, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 295-304.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Atlantic Monthly 83 (Jan. 1899): 99-105.

Dye, Amanda.  2005.  “And the Crowd Goes Wild” [NASCAR fan loyalty].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 6-9.

Dyen, Doris J.  2006.  “Routes to Roots: Searching for the Streetlife of Memory” [heritage tourism, Southwestern Pa.; Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area].  Journal of American Folklore  119, no. 471 (Winter): 19-29.

Earls, Stephanie.  1997.  “A King-Sized Reunion: Capon Springs Resort” [history of  Hampshire Co. mineral springs].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Spring): 9-17.

Eberhart, M. J.  [2000] 2007.  Ten Million Steps: Nimblewill Nomad’s Epic 10-Month Trek from the Florida Keys to Quebec [4400-mile thru-hike; Eastern Continental Divide, Appalachian Trail; 60-year-old].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  528 pp.  Originally self-published.

Edelstein, Robert.  2005.  Full Throttle: The Life and Fast Times of NASCAR Legend Curtis Turner [1924-1970].  Woodstock, N.Y.: Overlook Press.  334 pp.

Ellifritt, Duane.  2011.  “Baseball Crazy in Doddridge County” [1940s-1950s].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 24-29.

Emblidge, David, ed.  1996.  The Appalachian Trail Reader [excerpts from essays, journals, diaries, poems].  New York: Oxford University Press.  382 pp.

Eubanks, Georgann.  2010.  Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont: A Guidebook [18 driving and walking tours].  Photographs by Donna Campbell.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  455  pp.  Contents: Trail One: The Western Piedmont: Mystery and History; Trail Two: The Eastern Piedmont: Writers’ Beginnings.  See also the author’s Literary Trails of the North Carolina Mountains: A Guidebook (2007).

Fanslow, Mary.  2008.  “What Do They Do at the Springs?: An Overview of Five East Tennessee Resorts.”  Journal of East Tennessee History 80: 1-27.  Montvale Springs, Alleghany Springs, Sunshine Rest, Kinzel Springs, Cloudland Hotel; early 19th to mid-20th century.

Fariello, M. Anna.  2006.  Blue Ridge Roadways: A Virginia Field Guide to Cultural Sites [five auto loop tours; 16-county area].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  318 pp.

Fazio, Wende.  2000.  West Virginia [juvenile literature].  America the Beautiful. Second series.  New York: Children’s Press.  144 pp.

Feather, Carl E.  2000.  “Our Lady of the Pines: The Small Church With a Big Heart” [Preston Co.; “smallest church in 48 states”].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Spring): 52-57.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “Selling Side-by-Side at Seneca Rocks.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 18-23.  Two general stores: Yokum’s and Harper’s, opened 1902 and 1923; “part store and part museum;” Pendleton County.

Feather, Carl E.  2008.  “Yokum’s Vacationland: Carving Out a Big Life at Seneca Rocks.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 3 (Fall): 10-17.  Pendleton County teepees, cabins, restaurant, campgrounds; Carl and Shirley Yokum, married 70 years.

Feather, Carl E.  2009.  “Koolwink Motel: The American Dream in Romney” [opened in 1936; Hampshire Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 54-61.

Feather, Carl E.  2010.  “Motoring Memories in Kingwood.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 2 (Summer): 66-67.  Landmark Westbrook’s Esso gas station museum in Preston County, started in 1926.

Field, Harold.  1998.  “Our Cruise on the South Branch: The Log Book, July 13-27, 1919" [canoeing  the South Branch of the Potomac River].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24 (Summer): 9-17.

Fielden, Greg.  2004.  NASCAR Chronicle [history, stock car racing; chronology; profusely illustrated].  By Greg Fielden and the auto editors of Consumer Guide.  Lincolnwood, Ill.: Publications International.  504 pp.

Fields, Jay, and Brad Campbell.  [1996] 2003.  The Craft Heritage Trails of Western North Carolina [directory].  3rd ed.  Asheville, N.C.: HandMade in America.  237 pp.  Contents: Blue Ridge Parkway -- Penland Craft School -- Southern Highland Craft Guild -- Urban Trail -- Biltmore and Craft -- Haywood Community College -- John C. Campbell Folk School.

Finley, Lori.  1994.  Mountain Biking the Appalachians: Northwest  North Carolina/Southwest Virginia.  Winston-Salem: John F.  Blair.  191 pp.

Fisher, Ron; photographs by Richard Alexander Cooke III.  [1992] 1998.  Blue Ridge Range: The Gentle Mountains.  2nd ed.  National Geographic Park Profiles. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.  199 pp.

Fisher, Ronald M.  1997.  “On the Trail” [Va.; Appalachian Trail; Mount Rogers National Recreation Area; Rhododendron Gap].  Audubon 99 (March/April): 32-33.

Forest, G. (Gil).  1994.  Great Adventures in the Southern  Appalachians.  Winston-Salem: John F. Blair.  235 pp.

Frankenburg, Dirk, ed.  2000.  Exploring North Carolina’s Natural Areas: Parks, Nature Preserves, and Hiking Trails [38 driving “eco-tours”].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  544 pp.

Fresina, Mike.  2005.  For the Love of NASCAR: An A-to-Z Primer for NASCAR Fans of All Ages [juvenile literature].  Foreword by Richard Petty; illustrated by Mark Anderson.  Chicago, Ill.: Triumph Books.  44 pp.

Friend, Daniel J.  2008.  “The Norwalk Comes Home.”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 4 (Winter): 9.  Last known 1914 Norwalk Underslung Six touring motor car, manufactured in Martinsburg, W.Va., is relocated cross-country from Colorado.

Fulks, Danny.  2005.  “Magic Transports & Devil Rides” [late 1940s car culture, Appalachian Ohio].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 37-39.

Gamble, Mort.  2009.  “Circus! Life Under the Big Top” [workers, performers, study and teaching].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 3 (Fall): 34-43.

Garrett County Historical Society, comp.  Ghost Towns of the Upper Potomac [W.Va.-Md.].  Oakland, Md.: Garrett County Historical Museum.  44 pp.

Garvey, Edward B.  1997.  The New Appalachian Trail [guidebook, and veteran through-hiker’s account at 75].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  256 pp.

Gasque, Jim.  [1948] 2008.  Hunting and Fishing in the Great Smokies: The Classic Guide for Sportsmen.  Reprint.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  256 pp.  Originally published: New York: Knopf.

Geiger, Charles.  2005.  Pennsylvania, Landscapes and People [four sections: physical landscapes, human landscapes, economic activity, urban-environmental issues].  Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.  239 pp.

George, Sue.  2006.  Road Cycling in Central Virginia: A Guide [45 bicycle routes: Shenandoah Valley/Blue Ridge and western Piedmont].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  173 pp.

Georgia Appalachian Trail Club.  [1995] 1997.  Friendships of the Trail: The History of the Georgia Appalachian Trail Club, 1930-1980.  Harpers Ferry, W.Va.: Appalachian Trail Conference.  Previously published, Atlanta: The Club.

Getting Around Appalachia.  2011.  Special issue, Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 1-60.  Traveling, transporting, traversing theme.

Gildart, Bert, and Jane Gildart.  1998.  Hiking Shenandoah National Park [guidebook].  Helena, Mont.: Falcon Publishing Company.  189 pp.

Goldsmith, C. Franklin, Shannon Hamrick, and H. James Hamrick.  2000.  The Best Hikes of Pisgah National Forest [N.C.; 50 day hikes].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair Publisher.  256 pp.

Golenbock, Peter.  2004.  NASCAR Confidential: Stories of the Men and Women Who Made Stock Car Racing Great [interviews].  St. Paul, Minn.: Motorbooks International.  404 pp.

Gooch, Bob.  2004.  Lake Fishing in Virginia [guidebook to 32 lakes; 5 in Southwestern Va.].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  152 pp.

Good, Don.  2005.  “Car Racing in Appalachia: A Historical and Cultural View.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 3-5.

Gordon, Joan Morse.  2002.  The Road Taken: A Journey in Time Down Pennsylvania Route 45 [central Pa.].  Pittsburgh: Local History Company.  184 pp.

Gove, Doris.  1998.  Hikes in the Southern Appalachians: Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee [32 day hikes].  Exploring the Appalachian Trail.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  381 pp.

Grady, Pat.  2012.  “Feel the Fall Magic: The Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival” [N.C.].  Interview by student Cailey Horn.  Foxfire Magazine 46, no. 1-2 (Spring/Summer): 76-80.

Grafton, Emily.  2003.  West Virginia Adventure Guide to the Natural History of Blackwater Falls State Park.  Terra Alta, W.Va.: Headline Books.  224 pp.

Graham, J. Scott, and Elizabeth C. Hunter.  2003.  Blue Ridge Parkway: America’s Favorite Journey [oversize book; full-page color photos].  Photographs by J. Scott Graham, essays by Elizabeth C. Hunter.  Johnson City, Tenn.: J. S. Graham.  141 pp.

Green, Fess B.  2003.  Wilderness Road Odyssey: A Cyclist’s Journey through Present and Past [maps, photos, attractions].  Blacksburg, Va.: Pocahontas Press.  Chronicles 850 miles bicycled between 1994-1998 through six states, from Philadelphia down the Shenandoah Valley to Cumberland Gap, Tenn., up to Louisville, Ky., and Clarksville, Ind., following the original route of the Wilderness Road described by John Filson [1747-1788] in his 1784 book, The Discovery, Settlement and Present State of Kentucke.

Green, Judy Lee.  2005.  “Daddy Gets the Dirt Track Fever” [1950s Chattanooga, Tenn., car racing].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 34-36.

Green, Judy Lee.  2011.  “Cadillac Hearse.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 15-16.  Memoir essay; 1950 summer vacation traversing Great Smoky Mountains.

Hackett, Clifford.  2008.  “Fire on Fairfax Street!”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 1 (Spring): 34-39.  Berkeley Springs hotel fires and other fires, 1844-2006; Morgan County.

Hagebak, Hawk.  2001.  Motorcycle Adventures: North Georgia, Western North Carolina, East Tennessee.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  144 pp.

Hall, Adrienne.  2000.  A Journey North: One Woman’s Story of Hiking the Appalachian Trail [Ga. to Me.].  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club Books.  224 pp.

Hall, Randal L.  2002.  “Before NASCAR: The Corporate and Civic Promotion of Automobile Racing in the American South, 1903-1927.”  The Journal of Southern History 68 (August): 629-668.

Hall, Randal L.  2007.  “Carnival of Speed: The Auto Racing Business in the Emerging South, 1930-1950.”  North Carolina Historical Review 84, no. 3 (July): 245-275.

Halsey, David H.  2008.  “Road Trip: An Eye-Opening Journey to Pocahontas County in 1947” [from Wyoming Co., when the author was 12 years old].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 2 (Summer): 34-41.

Hammond, Mary Ellen, and Jim Parham.  2000.  Natural Adventures in the Mountains of North Georgia [guidebook].  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  144 pp.

Hammond, Mary Ellen, and Jim Parham.  1999.  Natural Adventures in the Mountains of Western North Carolina [50 outdoor activities].  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  144 pp.

Hansen, Dorothy.  2001.  “A Walk in the Woods” [Appalachian Trail thru-hiker].  Interview by student Adam Hunter.  Foxfire Magazine 35 (Fall/Winter): 141-152.

Hargan, Jim.  2002.  The Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains: An Explorer’s Guide.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  464 pp.

Hargan, Jim.  2005.  The Shenandoah Valley and the Mountains of the Virginias [detailed guidebook; “includes Virginia’s Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains & West Virginia’s Alleghenies & New River Region”].  Explorer’s Guide.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  462 pp.

Hargan, Jim.  2008.  The Blue Ridge & Smoky Mountains: An Explorer’s Guide.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  520 pp.  Encyclopedic; photos; scenic drives.

Harney, William Wallace.  2004 [1873].  “A Strange Land and a Peculiar People” [Cumberland Gap Region: Southeastern Ky., East Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 217-232.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lippincott’s 12 (Oct. 1873): 429-438.

Harris, Nathan, Shannon Carey, and Berhard Gross.  2001.  “Essential Great Smokies: An Insider’s Guide to the National Park.”  National Geographic Traveler 18 (May/June): 100-109.

Hart, David.  2002.  Flyfisher’s Guide to Virginia: Including West Virginia’s Best Fly Waters.  Belgrade, Mont.: Wilderness Adventures Press.  600 pp.

Hart, William A.  2009.  3000 Miles in the Great Smokies.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  252 pp.  Recounts various  hikes since the 1960s.  Contents: The human element -- Smoky Mountain stories -- Scenes and reflections -- Animal observations -- Black bear experiences -- Bird sightings -- Snake encounters -- Things that buzz, flit, creep or crawl -- Trout fishing outings -- Remembering the past -- Off-trail excursions -- Bewildered and defeated -- Weather.

Hastings, Anne M.  1997.  “Fox Hunting: History and Change in a Mountain Sport” [Watauga Co., N.C. focus].  Appalachian Journal 25 (Fall): 30-46.

Hedrick, John.  2009.  Appalachian Trail Guide to Shenandoah National Park, with Side Trails.  Vienna, Va.: Potomac Appalachian Trail Club.  329 pp., with three folded maps.

Henderson, Catherine.  1996.  Fairs, Festivals & Funnin’ in West Virginia [guidebook; by month].  St. Albans, W.Va.: H & H Publications.  330 pp.

Herrin, Roberta.  2011.  “The Linguistics of Getting Around Appalachia.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 2.  Special issue, “Getting Around Appalachia” [traversing, transporting].  “From the 1700s....Motivated by history, curiosity, passion, reverence, and, sometimes, plain old indignation, we get around Appalachia.”

Higgs, Robert J.  1996.  “What Is an Arena Like Neyland Stadium Doing in a Place Like Appalachia?” [University of Tennessee].  Appalachian Heritage 24 (Spring): 30-39.

Higgs, Robert J.  2009.  “Do Sporting Spirits Inhabit Numbers?: The Old Passion for Shutouts and Lopsided Scores in and around Appalachia” [football; 1899-1939; Tenn.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 25, no.2 (Fall/Winter): 29-31.

Hiking the Red: A Complete Trail Guide to Kentucky’s Red River Gorge: Including Natural Bridge State Park.  2000.  By members of the Bluegrass Group Sierra Club.  Louisville, Ky.: Harmony House.  101 pp.

Hill, Michael R.  2007.  Guide to North Carolina Highway Historical Markers.  10th ed.  Raleigh: Division of Archives and History, Dept. of Cultural Resources.  265 pp.  See also online: www.ncmarkers.com.

Hinkel, James R.  1998.  Parkway Byways: Explore the Charming Countryside Close to the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Shenandoah National Park, the Great Smoky Mountain National Park [describes 19 loop trips].  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  227 pp.

Hollis, Tim.  2007.  The Land of the Smokies: Great Mountain Memories [N.C. and Tenn.; local history and tourist nostalgia from the 1950s and 1960s; 200 illustrations].  Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.  228 pp.

Homan, Tim.  1998.  The Hiking Trails of Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock and Citico Creek Wildernesses [Nantahala National Forest, N.C.; Cherokee National Forest, Tenn.].  2nd ed.  Atlanta: Peachtree Publishers.  228 pp.

Homan, Tim.  2002.  Hiking Trails of the Southern Nantahala Wilderness, Ellicott Rock Wilderness, and Chattooga National Wild and Scenic River.  Atlanta, Ga.: Peachtree Publishers.  261 pp.

Homan, Tim.  2004.  Hiking the Benton Mackaye Trail: A Guide to the Benton MacKaye Trail from Georgia’s Springer Mountain to Tennessee’s Ocoee River.  Atlanta, Ga.: Peachtree Publishers.  276 pp.

Hood, Mary.  1996.  “Tropic of Conscience” [history of northwest Ga.; Cherokee Removal].  In The New Georgia Guide, 105-135.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Horn, Peter Joseph, Jr., and Bill Tanner.  1999.  “Tallulah Whitewater” [Tallulah Gorge, Ga., class four and five rapids; interview with park superintendent Tanner].  Foxfire Magazine 33 (Fall/Winter): 83-91.

Horst, Eric J.  2001.  Rock Climbing: Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland [guidebook: 1200 routes, 23 areas].  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon.  420 pp.

Howell, Benita J., section editor.  2006.  “Tourism” [signed entries].  In Encyclopedia of Appalachia, ed. R. Abramson and J. Haskell, 611-683 (with introductory essay, 611-616).  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Howes, Jay, and Christine Goldbeck.  2002.  “The Remarkable Baseball Career of Pete Gray” [b. Nanticoke, Pa.; 1915-2002; one-armed player for 1940s St. Louis Browns].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 19 (Winter): 18-19.

Hubbs, Hal, Charles Maynard, and David Morris.  [1991] 2009.  Family Hiking in the Smokies: Time Well Spent [guidebook].  4th ed.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  100 pp.  First published as the title, Time Well Spent: Family Hiking in the Smokies (Seymour, Tenn. : Panther Press).

Huddle, David.  2001.  “Hamlet in the Hills” [Ivanhoe, Va.].  Preservation (National Trust for Historic Preservation) 53 (May/June): 22-27.

Hudson, Jim.  1996.  Rail Trails Along the Greenbrier River.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  116 pp.

Hudson, Joyce Rockwood.  1993.  Looking for De Soto: A Search Through the South for the Spaniard’s Trail  [1539-1543; retracing the explorer’s route through 11 states, Fla. to Tex.].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  230 pp.

Hugenberg, Lawrence W., and Barbara S. Hugenberg.  2008.  “If It Ain’t Rubbin’, It Ain’t Racin’: NASCAR, American Values, and Fandom.”  Journal of Popular Culture 41, no. 4 (August): 635-657.

Hugo, Beverly.  2000.  Women & Thru-Hiking on the Appalachian Trail: Practical Advice from Hundreds of Women Long Distance Hikers.  Sevierville, Tenn.: Insight Publishing.  180 pp.

Humphreys, J. R.  1989.  Timeless Towns and Haunted Places: From Florida to Maine.  New York: St. Martin’s Press.  216 pp.  “Anecdotal side trips” including 20 Appalachian towns in four  states.

Hunter Library, Western Carolina University.  2011 (date accessed).  “Travel Western North Carolina” (digital collection).  These travelogues allow viewers to visit 27 towns and communities throughout western North Carolina over three generations, from the 1890s, 1910s, and 1930s.  Early photographs, printed ephemera and descriptions of the communities are provided for each stop, from Murphy to Asheville.  Source references and readings appended.  http://www.wcu.edu/library/DigitalCollections/TravelWNC/.

Hurt, Douglas A.  2005.  “Dialed In? Geographic Expansion and Regional Identity in NASCAR’s Nextel Cup Series” [maps: 1949-2003].  Southeastern Geographer 45, no. 1 (May): 120-137.

Hutchins, Frank.  1995.  Mountain Biking in West Virginia.  Charleston: Quarrier Press.  193 pp.

Igelman, Jack, and Corey Hadden.  2005.  Backpacker, Trekking the Southern Appalachians: The Carolinas, Tennessee, Georgia.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers Books.  285 pp.  Detailed guidebook with maps to 25 multi-day outings averaging 30-50 miles.

Ingram, Bruce.  2002.  The New River Guide [fishing; W.Va., Va.].  Corvallis, Ore.: Ecopress.  174 pp.

Ingram, Bruce.  2005.  “Turkey Talk with Peck Martin” [handcrafting turkey box calls].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 3 (Fall): 24-29.

Inscoe, John C.  1996.  “Appalachian Otherness, Real and Perceived” [history of northeast Ga.].  In The New Georgia Guide, 165-203.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.

Jacobs, Jimmy.  2001.  Trout Streams of Southern Appalachia: Fly-Casting in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.  2nd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  336 pp.

Jacobs, Jimmy.  2009.  Trout Streams of Southern Appalachia: Fly-Casting in Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  384 pp.  Contents: Trout fishing in Southern Appalachia -- Hatches and flies -- Part I. Georgia. Chattahoochee River system -- Chattooga River system -- Chestatee River system -- Conasauga River system -- Etowah River system -- Tallulah River system -- Toccoa River system -- Part II. Kentucky. Big Sandy River system -- Cumberland River system -- Kentucky River system -- Licking River system -- Red River system -- Part III. North Carolina. Broad River system -- Catawba River system -- Cheoah River system -- French Broad River system -- Hiwassee River system -- Little Tennessee River system -- New River system -- Nolichucky River system -- Pigeon River system -- Savannah River system -- Tuckasegee River system -- Watauga River system -- Yadkin River system -- Part IV. South Carolina. Chattooga River system -- Chauga River system -- Keowee River system -- Saluda River system -- Part V. Tennessee. French Broad River system -- Hiwassee River system -- Little River system -- Little Tennessee River system -- Nolichucky River system -- Ocoee River system -- South Holston River system -- Tellico River system -- Watauga River system.

Jenkins, Gary C.  2001.  “Canoeing the Tennessee in Modern Times: Travel Journals of the River Before the Tennessee Valley Authority” [1927-1930; Newport, Tenn. to Chattanooga; Chattanooga to Florence, Ala.].  Tennessee Historical Quarterly 60 (Summer): 90-107.

Johann, Margaret.  2004 [1897].  “A Little Moonshiner” [Western N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 285-294.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Christian Observer 85 (21 July, 1897): 700-701.

Johnson, Randy.  2010.  Best Easy Day Hikes: Blue Ridge Parkway.  2nd ed.  Guilford, Conn.: Falcon Press.  152 pp.

Johnson, Skip, with Rob Johnson.  2005.  Upper River [Elk River, W.Va.: 172 miles; local history].  Edited by Peter and Elizabeth Silitch.  Parsons, W.Va.: McClain Printing Company.  301 pp.

Jones, Anne B., and Rex White.  2007.  All Around the Track: Oral Histories of Drivers, Mechanics, Officials, Owners, Journalists and Others in Motorsports Past and Present [58 profiles covering 60 years of NASCAR].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  244 pp.

Jones, K. Randell.  2005.  In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone [historic sites guidebook].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  244 pp.

Jones, K. Randell.  2006.  In the Footsteps of Davy Crockett [historic sites guidebook].  In the Footsteps Series.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  254 pp.

Jones, Louise Coffin.  2004 [1879].  “In the Backwoods of Carolina” [Greensboro, Boone Trail, Upper Yadkin River Valley (Yadkin or Wilkes Co.), N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 233-248.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lippincott’s 24 (Dec. 1879): 747-756.

Jones, Steve.  1999.  Mountain Bike! The Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains: A Guide to the Classic Trails.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  331 pp.

Joy, David.  2011.  Growing Gills: A Fly Fisherman’s Journey.  Fairview, N.C.: Bright Mountain Books.  196 pp.  Outer Banks, Piedmont, and Appalachian Mountains.

Keating, Steve.  2011.  A Dolly Sods North -- Blackwater Companion: A Guide to Hiking Through the History, Geology and Ecology of the Region [Tucker Co., Canaan Valley, W.Va.].  Parsons, W.Va.: McClain Printing Co.  400 pp.

Keith, Jeanette.  2004.  “Good Times: Vacationing at Red Boiling Springs” [Macon Co., Tenn.; 1920s-1940s].  In Rural Life and Culture in the Upper Cumberland, ed. M. Birdwell and W. Dickinson, 178-195.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.

Kennedy, Payson, and Gerald Thurmond.  2006.  “Payson Kennedy, the Nantahala Outdoor Center, & Troubled Times in North Carolina’s Whitewater Recreation Industry” [interview; establ. 1972; whitewater rafting, mountain biking].  Appalachian Journal 34, no. 1 (Fall): 22-40.

Kennedy, Philip Pendleton.  2002 [1853].  The Blackwater Chronicle: A Narrative of an Expedition into the Land of Canaan, in Randolph County, (West) Virginia.  Illustrated by David Hunter Strother.  Reprint, edited with a preface by Timothy Sweet.  West Virginia and Appalachia series, no. 2.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.  Originally published: New York: Redfield.

Kight, Caitlin.  2011.  “Find Two More and Circle Up Four: Dancing an Appalachian Big Circle Set.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 40-42.  Description and history of Big Circle Dancing which “centers on the formation of ‘figures’...made by the motions of the dancers”....“Related forms are known as Big Circle Clogging and Kentucky Running Set.”

Kirk, Don, and Greg Ward.  2011.  The Ultimate Fly-Fishing Guide to the Great Smoky Mountains.  Birmingham, Ala: Menasha Ridge Press.  270 pp.

Klass, Raymond.  2005.  Mammoth Cave National Park: Reflections [photos].  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  120 pp.

Knight, Lydia F.  2011.  “A Hundred Miles on a Clear Day” [Tenn.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 33-34.  History of the Lookout Mountain Incline, and the Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain Railway.

Knopp, Brian Lee.  2009.  Mayhem in Mayberry: Misadventures of a P.I. in Southern Appalachia [western N.C.; memoir].  Asheville, N.C.: Cosmic Pigbite Press.  163 pp.

Knopp, Brian Lee.  2011.  “James Bond Lost in Kudzu.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 19-20.  Private investigator’s typical day.

Kummerow, Burton K., Christine H. O’Toole, and R. Scott Stephenson.  2008.  Pennsylvania’s Forbes Trail: Gateways and Getaways Along the Legendary Route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh [today’s Rt. 30].  Lanham, Md.: Taylor Trade.  204 pp.  Detailed, well-illustrated local histories along Gen. Forbes’s route for his 1758 march on French Fort Duquesne.

Kurutz, Steven.  2004.  “Harlan County A.T.V.” [organized off-road riding].  New York Times, 17 December, 1(F).  20 paras.

Kuska, Bob.  2008.  Cinderella Ball: A Look Inside Small-College Basketball in West Virginia.  289 pp.  Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, W.Va.

Kuska, Bob.  2009.  “Top Score: Morris Harvey’s George King” [basketball; Charleston, W.Va.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 38-43.  “In 1949 and 1950, King led the nation in scoring with 29.1 and 31.2 points-per-game averages.”

Kyle, Gerard, Alan Graefe, and Robert Manning.  2005.  “Testing the Dimensionality of Place Attachment in Recreational Settings” [Appalachian Trail; technical statistical analysis].  Environment and Behavior  37 (March): 153-177.

Kyle, Gerard, Alan Graefe, Robert Manning, and James Bacon.  2003.  “An Examination of the Relationship between Leisure Activity Involvement and Place Attachment among Hikers Along the Appalachian Trail” [tables].  Journal of Leisure Research 35, no. 3: 249-273.

Kyriakoudes, Louis M., and Peter A. Coclanis.  2008.  “The ‘Tennessee Test of Manhood’: Professional Wrestling and Southern Cultural Stereotypes.”  In Southern Cultures: The Fifteenth Anniversary Reader, ed. H. Watson and L. Griffin, 353-370.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Lambert, Kenneth.  2009.  “Down Home Fly Tyin’.”  Interview by Robin Atkins.  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 27-35.  Dillard, Ga.; fly-fishing.

Lane, John.  2007.  Circling Home [Spartanburg, S.C.; natural history].  A Wormsloe Foundation Nature Book.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  206 pp.

Lanman, Charles.  2004 [1848].  “Dahlonega (Letters from the Alleghany Mountains)” [Dahlonega, Lumpkin Co., Union Co., Ga.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 49-57.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Daily National Intelligencer, 3 May 1848, 3.

Lantz, Bob.  2003.  Tennessee Rivers: A Paddler’s Guidebook [updates A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Tennessee, by Bob Sehlinger and Bob Lantz. Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press, 1983].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  214 pp.

Lattea, Charlene M.  2003.  The North Bend Rail Trail: A Guide to the Trail & Its History [78 miles, Parkersburg to Clarksburg].  Field photography by Michael E. Workman.  Morgantown, W.Va.: West Virginia University, Institute for the History of Technology and Industrial Archaeology.  164 pp.

Lavender, Dave.  2008.  Dave Trippin: A Day Tripper’s Guide to the Appalachian Galaxy of Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia.  Photographs by Toril Lavender.  Huntington, W.Va.: Lavender Publishing.  288 pp.

Lawrence, H. Lea.  1998.  The Fly Fisherman's Guide to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Nashville, Tenn.: Cumberland House.  181 pp.

Lazenby, Roland.  2009.  Jerry West: The Life and Legend of a Basketball Icon.  New York: ESPN Books, and Ballantine Books.  422 pp.  Born 1938 near Cabin Creek, W.Va.; later player for and general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers, and general manager of the Memphis Grizzlies.

Leavengood, Betty.  2007.  “The Legendary Pennsboro Speedway: Fast Times in Ritchie County” [created 1887; converted to car racing, 1926].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 3 (Fall): 46-51.  Sidebar: “The Hillbilly Hundred” [100-lap, Labor Day race], 52-53.

Letcher, Gary.  2004.  Waterfalls of the Mid-Atlantic States: 200 Falls in Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania [concise directions, descriptions; maps; photos].  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  211 pp.

Lewis, Charlene M. Boyer.  2002.  Ladies and Gentlemen on Display: Planter Society at the Virginia Springs, 1790-1860 [Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  293 pp.

Lewis, Jehu.  2004 [1873].  “The Grandfather of North Carolina” [Lenoir (Lower Creek Valley), Johns River Valley, The Globe, Grandfather Mountain, N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 307-317.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Lakeside Monthly 10 (Sept. 1873): 218-224.

Lillard, David and Gwyn Hicks.  1998.  Hikes in the Virginias: Virginia, West Virginia [45 day hikes].  Exploring the Appalachian Trail.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  416 pp.

Lillard, David Edwin.  2002.  Appalachian Trail Names: Origins of Place Names Along the AT [1100 names].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole.  148 pp.

Lilly, John.  2005.  “Hunting for the State: Charles Rand’s 1914 Adventure” [collecting specimens for state museum].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 31, no. 4 (Winter): 18-20.

Lilly, John.  2012.  “Fly Fishing: Up a Creek with Danny Wickline” [Monroe Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 38, no. 2 (Summer): 32-39.

Littlefield, Jon, and Robert A. Siudzinski.  2012.  “‘Hike Your Own Hike’: Equipment and Serious Leisure Along the Appalachian Trail.”  Leisure Studies 31, no. 4 (October): 465-486.

Lloyd, Earl.  2009.  “‘Moonfixer’: Basketball Pioneer Earl Lloyd” [b. 1928].  Interview by Michael Hawkins.  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 35, no. 1 (Spring): 44-47.  Lloyd, the first African American to play in the NBA, was a star player for West Virginia State College in the 1940s.

Lloyd, Theresa.  1998.  “‘In Your Blood’: Wagon Training through Southern Appalachia” [modern teamsters; pioneer lore].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 15 (Winter): 33-36.

Lloyd, Theresa.  2004.  “Going to the Mountain: Vincent Parker’s Last Wagon Train” [western North Carolina Wagon Train tradition, since 1950s].  In CrossRoads: A Southern Culture Annual, ed. Ted Olson, 325-335.  Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press.

Logue, Victoria, and Frank Logue.  1997.  Touring the Backroads of North and South Georgia.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  459 pp.

Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Georgia Mountains [detailed  guidebook; four subregions; maps].  [1987] 2000.  By the Georgia Conservancy, with Fred Brown and Nell Jones.  Foreword by Jimmy Carter.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  272 pp.  Originally titled The Highroad Guide to the Georgia Mountains.

Lowther, Mic.  2000.  Walking North [family hikes the Appalachian Trail].  Seattle, Wash.: Elton-Wolf Publishing.  367 pp.

Luty, Bronsen B.  1997.  “Motoring to Conneaut Lake: A Memoir” [1914 route northward from Pittsburgh toward Erie on unpaved roads].  Pittsburgh History 80 (Spring): 8-24.

MacGregor, Jeff.  2005.  Sunday Money: Speed! Lust! Madness! Death!: A Hot Lap around America with NASCAR [history of stock car racing].  Photographs by Olya Evanitsky.  New York: HarperCollins.  370 pp.

Madarasz, Anne.  2012.  “Cradle of Quarterbacks.”  Western Pennsylvania History 95, no. 3 (Fall): 38-47.  Profiles six Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks who hail from western Pennsylvania: George Blanda, Johnny Unitas, Joe Namath, Joe Montana, Jim Kelly, and Dan Marino.

Manning, Russ.  1999.  One Hundred Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  2nd ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  272 pp.

Manning, Russ.  1999.  The Historic Cumberland Plateau: An Explorer’s Guide.  2nd ed.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  344 pp.

Manning, Russ.  2000.  Forty Hikes in Tennessee’s South Cumberland.  3rd ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  112 pp.

Manning, Russ.  2000.  One Hundred Trails of the Big South Fork: Tennessee and Kentucky.  4th ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  237 pp.

Manning, Russ.  2000.  Seventy Five Hikes in Virginia’s Shenandoah National Park.  2nd ed.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers.  192 pp.

Marcoplos, Lucas.  2006.  “Drafting Away from It All” [NASCAR; Nashville].  Southern Cultures 12, no. 1: 33-41.

Marking Our Past: West Virginia’s Historical Highway Markers [guidebook].  2002.  Charleston: West Virginia Division of Culture and History.  209 pp.

Marshall, Ian.  1998.  Story Line: Exploring the Literature of the Appalachian Trail [fiction and nonfiction; over three centuries].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  336 pp.

Martin, C. Brenden.  2007.  Tourism in the Mountain South: A Double-Edged Sword [history, post-Civil War to present; development vs. preservation].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  246 pp.

Martin, Douglas.  2002.  “Earl Shaffer, First to Hike Length of Appalachian Trail in Both Directions, Dies at 83.”  New York Times, 12 May, 33 (sec. 1).

Maunula, Marko.  2007.  “Of Chickens and Men: Cockfighting and Equality in the South.”  Southern Cultures 13, no. 4 (Winter): 76-85.

Maynard, Charles W., Jerry D. Greer, and Nye Simmons.  2012.  Blue Ridge Parkway: An Extraordinary Journey Along the World’s Oldest Mountains [guidebook].  Photography by Jerry Greer and Nye Simmons; essays by Charles W. Maynard.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Mountain Trail Press.  120 pp.

Maynard, Mark.  2011.  Teamwork: Ashland’s 1961 Championship Basketball Season.  Foreward by Billy Reed.  Ashland, Ky: Jesse Stuart Foundation.  174 pp.  “...the greatest Sweet Sixteen (Kentucky state tournament) champion of them all.”

McCarley, Christy.  2005.  “Racing and Education” [NASCAR; business and broadcasting career options].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 16-18.

McDade, Arthur.  2000.  The Natural Arches of the Big South Fork: A Guide to Selected Landforms [Ky./Tenn; hiking guidebook].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  109 pp.

McDaniel, Lynda.  1998.  Highroad Guide to the North Carolina Mountains [detailed  guidebook; eight subregions; maps].  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  308 pp.

Menzer, Joe.  2001.  The Wildest Ride: A History of NASCAR (or, How a Bunch of Good Ol' Boys Built a Billion-Dollar Industry Out Of Wrecking Cars).  New York: Simon & Schuster.  331 pp.

Meriwether, Lee.  2004 [1888].  “Mountain Life in Tennessee” [Memphis to Tusculum; Camp Creek area of Greene Co.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 275-284.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Cosmopolitan 4 (Feb. 1888): 456-460.

Metzger, William.  2003.  The Great Allegheny Passage Companion: Guide to History & Heritage along the Trail [100 miles, Pittsburgh to Myersdale, Pa., rail-trail; mile-by-mile guide, maps].  Pittsburgh, Pa.: Local History Co.  202 pp.

Miller, Don.  [2001] 2011.  Overtime Kids: The Untold Story of a Small-Town Kentucky Basketball Team’s Unlikely Rise to the State Championship [1956; Carr Creek High School, Knott Co., Ky.].  Nashville, Tenn.: Turner.  205 pp.  Originally published: Paducah, Ky.: Turner, with a different subtitle.

Miller, Joe.  2007.  100 Classic Hikes in North Carolina: Coastal Carolina/ Piedmont/ Blue Ridge Parkway/ Pigsah National Forset/ Great Smoky Mountains.  Seattle, Wash.: Mountaineers Books.  237 pp.

Miller, Joe.  2011.  Backpacking North Carolina: The Definitive Guide to 43 Can’t-Miss Trips from Mountains to Sea.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  238 pp.  Contents: Black Mountains | Grandfather Mountain | Linville Gorge | Wilson Creek | Other trips in the vicinity | Shining Rock Wilderness | Great Smoky Mountains National Park  | Appalachian Trail | Fires Creek | Joyce Kilmer-Slickrock Wilderness | Piedmont | Coast.

Miller, Leonard W.  2004.  Silent Thunder: Breaking Through Cultural, Racial, and Class Barriers in Motorsports [black race car driver; NASCAR].  Trenton, N.J.: Red Sea Press.  201 pp.

Miner, Curtis.  2000.  “Gridirons & Iron Men: Western Pennsylvania As a Football Region.”  Western Pennsylvania History 83 (Winter): 196-219.

Mitchell, Jeff.  2007.  Hiking the Allegheny National Forest: Exploring the Wilderness of Northwestern Pennsylvania.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  162 pp.  Fifty day-hikes.

Mitchelson, Ronald L., and Derek H. Alderman.  2011.  “Mapping NASCAR Valley: Charlotte as a Knowledge Community.”  Southeastern Geographer 51, no. 1 (Spring): 31-48.

Mittlefehldt, Sarah.  2010.  “The People’s Path: Conflict and Cooperation in the Acquisition of the Appalachian Trail.”  Environmental History 15, no. 4 (October): 643-669.  National Trails Act of 1968; eminent domain.

Molloy, Johnny.  1996.  Trial by Trail: Backpacking in the Smoky Mountains.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  192 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  1997.  The Best in Tent Camping: Smoky Mountains: A Guide for Campers Who Hate Rvs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [50 best sites; Tenn., Ga., N.C., S.C.].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  170 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  1998.  Day and Overnight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park [profiles more than 40 hikes].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  128 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2000.  Day and Overnight Hikes in West Virginia's Monongahela National Forest.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  128 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2000.  The Best Tent Camping: West Virginia.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  177 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2005.  The Best in Tent Camping, Tennessee: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [25 sites in East Tenn.].  Birmingham, Ala: Menasha Ridge Press.  170 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2006.  The Best in Tent Camping, Kentucky: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  166 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2007.  The Best in Tent Camping: The Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [50 campgrounds: Tenn., N.C., S.C., Ga.].  4th ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  176 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2008.  Mount Rogers National Recreation Area Guidebook: A Complete Resource for Outdoor Enthusiasts [Va.].  2nd ed.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  240 pp.  Details 430 miles of trails; maps.

Molloy, Johnny.  2012.  Great Smoky Mountains National Park: Must-Do Hikes for Everyone [N.C., Tenn.; guidebook].  Top Trails series.  Birmingham, Ala.: Wilderness Press.  378 pp.

Molloy, Johnny.  2012.  Shenandoah National Park: Must-Do Hikes for Everyone [Va.; guidebook].  Top Trails series.  Birmingham, Ala.: Wilderness Press.  338 pp.

Moore, Harry, and Fred Brown.  2001.  Discovering October Roads: Fall Colors and Geology in Rural East Tennessee.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  160 pp.

Morton, Hugh.  2003.  Hugh Morton’s North Carolina [photographs spanning 60 years: landscapes, people, sports].  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  207 pp.

Moyer, Ben.  2002.  Out Back: Reflections from the Appalachian Outdoors [Allegheny Mountains sportsman columns from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette feature writer].  Dunbar, Pa.: Stefano’s Printing.  132 pp.

Moyer, Justin.  2010.  “Game Plan: As West Virginia Expands its Casino Gambling, a Poker Player Seeks Out the Action at Two Vastly Different Venues [Charles Town Races and the Greenbrier].  Washington Post, 18 July, 1(F).  1816 words.  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/15/AR2010071506012.html?wpisrc=nl_travel.

Mozier, Jeanne.  1999.  Way Out in West Virginia: A Must-Have Guide to the Oddities and Wonders of the Mountain State.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  254 pp.

Mozier, Jeanne.  2008.  “‘It Feels Like Coming Home’: Old-Time Hospitality at the Park View Inn” [1933-1972].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 34, no. 1 (Spring): 41-46.  Sidebar, “Betty Lou Harmison: Muse of the Park View Inn,” 47.  Site of the former Berkeley Springs Hotel.

Muench, David.  [1991] 1997.  Uncommon Places: A Celebration of Appalachian Trail Country [landscape photographs].  Harpers Ferry, W.Va.: Appalachian Trail Conference.  147 pp.

Mueser, Roland.  1998.  Long-Distance Hiking: Lessons from the Appalachian Trail [guidebook]. Camden, Me.: Ragged Mountain Press.  224 pp.

Muller, Edward K., ed.  2009.  An Uncommon Passage: Traveling Through History on the Great Allegheny Passage Trail [Western Pa./Western Md. rail trail following the Monongahela, Youghiogheny and Casselman Rivers to the Potomac].  Photographs by Paul G. Wiegman.  Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.  290 pp.  Contents: The living passage: flora, fauna, and the natural environment -- “The best passage through the mountains”: Braddock’s road in the war for empire, 1752-1758 -- Migration on the passage: western settlement, 1763-1840 -- A passage to commerce: the industrial revolution, 1860-1920 -- The spirit of the passage: where past and future meet -- The Great Allegheny Passage Trail: a community effort.

Mulvihill, Keith.  2007.  “Twisting Roads Take You to the Heart of Appalachia” [attractions where Tenn., Ky., Va. intersect].  New York Times, 27 July, 3(F), American Journeys.  1716 words.

Murphy, Tim.  2003.  Road Cycling the Blue Ridge High Country [25 routes, N.C., Va., Tenn.].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  266 pp.

Natchez Trace Parkway Association.  2012.  Building the Natchez Trace Parkway [photos; Miss., Ala., Tenn.: Natchez to Nashville].  Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia.  127 pp.  Contents: Relics of the past: “Pave the Trace,” 1907-1934 | Moonshine and meatloaf: the road to yesterday--the parkway of tomorrow, 1934-1954 | Mission 66: building a modern park, 1955-1969 | A National Bicentennial project: “Finish the Trace,” 1970-2005.

Nava, Margaret M.  2011.  “The Red Demon.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 9-11.  Memoir essay; a junked 1938 Ford half-ton pickup gets a second life as a W.Va. farm vehicle.

Nava, Margaret M.  2011.  “Up and Over” [Monongahela Incline].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 31-32.  “While a total of seventeen inclines operated in Pittsburgh between 1870 and 1901, today only two remain – the Monongahela and the Duquesne.”

Neely, Jack, and Aaron Jay.  1999.  The Marble City: A Photographic Tour of Knoxville’s Graveyards.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  55 pp.

New Georgia Guide [regional travel guide].  1996.  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  800 pp.

Newman, Linda, and Boyd Newman.  2000.  Great Hikes in the Poconos and Northeast Pennsylvania [42 hikes].  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  288 pp.

Nickens, T. Edward.  2001.  “Bed and Breakfast” [Appalachian Trail, Fontana Dam Shelter].  Smithsonian 32 (July): 24-26.

Niemeyer, Lucian, and Julia Davis.  1994.  Shenandoah: Daughter of  the Stars.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.   212 pp.

Noe, Barbara A.  2001.  The Official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Guidebook: Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia.  Great Rail-Trails Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  213 pp.

Noonan, Peggy.  2005.  “Almost Heaven: A Visit to West Virginia” [New York editor’s impressions].  Wall Street Journal, 4 August.  2238 words.  http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/pnoonan/?id=110007054.

North Carolina Birding Trail: Mountain Trail Guide.  2009.  Chapel Hill: Distributed by University of North Carolina Press.  190 pp.  Spiral-bound with maps, site descriptions, color photographs, species and habitats, and visitor amenities.

North, E. Lee.  1998.  The 55 West Virginias: A Guide to the State’s Counties [by county: local history sketch, census profile, map].  Rev. ed.  Morgantown: West Virginia University Press.  129 pp.

O’Donnell, Kevin E.  2004.  “Introduction: Scenery, Markets, and Mountaineers.”  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 1-38.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

O’Donnell, Kevin E., and Helen Hollingsworth, ed.  2004.  Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900 [anthology of 18 historic articles; maps, engravings].  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  385 pp.

O’Neill, Brian.  2009.  The Paris of Appalachia: Pittsburgh in the Twenty-First Century.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: Carnegie Mellon University Press.  151 pp.  Profiles by a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist.

Ochsendorf, Gene, interviewer.  2000.  “‘Coach’: A Visit With Bill Weber” [Randolph Co. high school basketball coach for 43 years].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 26 (Summer): 19-24.

Olsen, Christopher J.  2009.  “NASCAR and Masculinity.”  In The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 13: Gender, 198-201.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Orphan, Stephanie.  2002.  “Appalachian State Establishes Racing Collection” [ASU Library; history of stock car racing].  College & Research Libraries News 63 (December): 772-773.

Painter, Jacqueline Burgin.  1994.  An Appalachian Medley: Hot  Springs and the Gentry Family.  Volume I.  Asheville: Biltmore  Press.  244 pp.

Pantas, Lee James.  2011.  The Ultimate Guide to Asheville & the Western North Carolina Mountains: Including Boone, Hendersonville, Hickory, Lenoir, Morganton, and Waynesville.  4th ed.  Asheville, N.C.: R. Brent and Company.  508 pp.

Parham, Jim.  1998.  Road Bike North Georgia: 25 Great Rides in the Mountains and Valleys of North Georgia.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press. 136 pp.

Parham, Jim.  2006.  Off the Beaten Track: Western NC Smokies.  Mountain Bike Guide Series, vol.1.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  120 pp.

Parham, Jim.  2009.  Off the Beaten Track: North Georgia.  Mountain Bike Guide Series, vol. 3.  Almond, N.C.: Milestone Press.  187 pp.

Parker, Arthur.  1999. The Monongahela: River of Dreams, River of Sweat [W.Va. and Pa.].  University Park: Penn State University Press.  200 pp.

Payne, John.  2011.  “Bad Luck on the Middle Fork” [Barbour Co.; b. 1920].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 2 (Summer): 37-42.  Ill-fated 1930s fly-fishing/camping trip; Middle Fork and Tygart Valley Rivers.

Payne, Steve, ed.  2000.  West Virginia in Pictures [color photos].  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  64 pp.

Perloff, Susan, and Sara Pitzer.  2000.  Pennsylvania: Off the Beaten Path [guidebook].  5th ed.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  163 pp.

Perrier, Dianne.  2011.  Interstate 81: The Great Warriors Trace [local histories].  Gainesville: University Press of Florida.  218 pp.  Contents: The Great Warriors Trace -- New York: wars for an empire -- Pennsylvania: the nation’s arsenal -- Maryland: grand anticipation -- West Virginia: fearful reality -- The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia: seeing the elephant -- Southwestern Virginia: the march of the elephant ends -- Tennessee: when cloudshadows pass -- Annihilating space.

Peters, Greg.  2005.  “Ripple Effects” [Bristol Motor Speedway, economic effects; Tenn., Va.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 21, no. 2 (Fall): 10-11.

Phillips, Benny.  2001.  Bristol Motor Speedway: 40 Years of Thunder [Tenn.; stock car racing drivers].  Charlotte, N.C.: UMI Publications.  159 pp.

Pierce, Dan.  2008.  “The Most Southern Sport on Earth: NASCAR and the Unions.”  In Southern Cultures: The Fifteenth Anniversary Reader, ed. H. Watson and L. Griffin, 409-433.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.

Pierce, Daniel S.  2010.  Real NASCAR: White Lightning, Red Clay, and Big Bill France.  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.  348 pp.  Stock car racing history, 1930s-1970s.

Pierce, Daniel S.  2012.  “NASCAR vs. Football.”  Southern Cultures 18, no. 4 (Winter): 26-42.  Essay: which is more important to Southern U.S. identity?

Platania, Joseph.  2004.  “Jack Dempsey Comes to Huntington” [1932 prizefight with two local heavyweights; parents were from Logan Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 30 (Fall): 60-61.

Plott, Bob.  2008.  A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains [N.C.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.  Contents: Foreword by George Ellison -- The origins of hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains -- The early Cherokee hunter -- The market hunters -- Man hunters -- The Smoky Mountain rifle -- The dawn of the Golden Age -- Tennessee ridge runners -- The last frontier -- Hazel Creek and Deep Creek–a sportsman’s paradise -- Full circle -- Bibliography -- About the author.

Plott, Bob.  2009.  Legendary Hunters of the Southern Highlands: A Century of Sport and Survival in the Great Smoky Mountains [N.C.].  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  158 pp.

Plott, Robert.  2007.  The Story of the Plott Hound: Strike & Stay.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  188 pp.  State dog of N.C.; 18th-century German origins; boar and bear hunting.

Poole, David, and James McLaurin.  2006.  “Then Junior Said to Jeff. . .”: The Best NASCAR Stories Ever Told.  Chicago: Triumph Books.  182 pp.

Porter, Randy.  1998.  Mountain Bike! Virginia: A Guide to the Classic Trails.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  384 pp.

Porter, Randy.  2004.  The Best in Tent Camping, Virginia: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos [50 sites].  2nd ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  178 pp.

Powell, Nancy.  1997.  What to See and Do in the Lost River and South Branch Valleys, Hardy County, West Virginia.  Lost River, W.Va.: Lost River Educational Foundation.  204 pp.

Pyda, Bill.  2001.  “Shouts for Bruno” [Bruno Sammartino, 1960s televised studio wrestling champ beloved to southwestern Pennsylvanians].  Western Pennsylvania History 84 (Spring): 12-21.

Pyle, Lizbeth A.  2000.  “The Whitewater Industry in West Virginia, Southwestern Pennsylvania, and Western Maryland.”  In A Geographic Perspective of Pittsburgh and the Alleghenies: From Precambrian to Post-Industrial, ed. K. Patrick and J. Scarpaci, 104-109. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Geographers.

Pyle, Lizbeth A.  2006.  “Central Appalachia’s Whitewater Recreation I ndustry” [W.Va., Pa., Md.: Gauley, New, Cheat, Tygart, Youghiogheny Rivers].  In Pittsburgh and the Appalachians: Cultural and Natural Resources in a Postindustrial Age, ed. J. Scarpaci, 191-202.  Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Quigel, James P. Jr., and Louis E. Hunsinger Jr.  2001.  Gateway to the Majors: Williamsport and Minor League Baseball [Pa.; 1865 to present; also home to Little League World Series].  University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.  190 pp.

Rail-Trails Mid-Atlantic: The Official Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Guidebook [58 trails: Del., Md., Va., W.Va., D.C.].  2007.  Berkeley: Calif.: Wilderness Press.  195 pp.

Raitz, Karl.  2010.  “U.S. 11 and a Modern Geography of Culture and Connection.”  Chap. 8 in The Great Valley Road of Virginia: Shenandoah Landscapes from Prehistory to the Present, ed. W. Hofstra and K. Raitz, 239-296.  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.

Ralph, Julian.  2004 [1895].  “From ‘The Industrial Region of Northern Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia’” [excerpt; Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 71-82.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 90 (March 1895): 607-626; excerpt reproduced here: 607-615.

Regan, Neil.  2010.  Great Waterfalls of North Carolina: A Guide for Hikers, Photographers, and Waterfall Enthusiasts.  Boone, N.C.: Parkway Publishers.  149 pp.  65 waterfalls  in the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky mountains.

Reid, Robert L., ed.  [1991] 2010.  Always a River: The Ohio River and the American Experience.  2nd ed. [new introduction, map, index].  Bloomington, Ind.: Quarry Books.  260 pp.  Contents: The force of moving water / Scott Russell Sanders -- The Ohio Valley revisited: images from Nicholas Cresswell and Reuben Gold Thwaites / John A. Jakle -- Settlement and selected landscape imprints in the Ohio Valley / Hubert G.H. Wilhelm -- The Ohio River: artery of movement / Michael Allen -- River of opportunity: economic consequences of the Ohio / Darrel E. Bigham -- Engineering the Ohio / Leland R. Johnson -- An ecopolitical system of global significance / Boyd Keenan.

Rennick, Robert M.  1997.  From Red Hot to Monkey’s Eyebrow: Unusual Kentucky Place Names.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  80 pp.

Rennick, Robert. M.  2000.  Post Offices of Northeastern Kentucky: A Survey of the Post Offices of Greenup, Lawrence, Carter, Boyd, and Elliot Counties [name origins; many defunct offices].  Lake Grove, Oregon: The Depot.  140 pp.

Rice, Bill.  2011.  “Mountain State Forest Festival” [Elkins].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 37, no. 3 (Fall): 9-19.  History since 1930; parade; festival queen; visiting U.S. Presidents; the Riding Tournament.

Richards, Constance E., and Kenneth L. Richards.  2006.  Insiders’ Guide to North Carolina’s Mountains: Including Asheville, Biltmore Estate, and the Blue Ridge Parkway.  8th ed.  Insiders’ Guide Series.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot Press.  467 pp.

Ridpath, B. David.  2012.  Tainted Glory: Marshall University, the NCAA, and One Man’s Fight for Justice [1997-2001; violations; football; W.Va.].  Bloomington, Ind.: iUniverse.  264 pp.

Roberts, Katherine.  1997.  “Augusta Festival” [Elkins, W.Va., annual heritage festival of concerts, crafts, dancing, jam sessions, and traditional arts workshops].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Summer): 53-59.

Rogers, Hiram.  2002.  Fifty Hikes in Kentucky: From the Appalachian Mountains to the Land Between the Lakes [guidebook].  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  258 pp.

Rogers, Hiram.  2004.  Backroad Bicycling in the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains: 27 Rides for Touring and Mountain Bikes from North Georgia to Southwest Virginia.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  215 pp.

Rubin, Robert Alden.  2000.  On the Beaten Path: An Appalachian Pilgrimage [Appalachian Trail through-hiker].  New York: Lyons Press.  256 pp.

Runolfson, Kevin.  2010.  The Things You Find on the Appalachian Trail: A Memoir of Discovery, Endurance and a Lazy Dog.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  222 pp.

Russell, L. D.  2007.  Godspeed: Racing Is My Religion [NASCAR and Christianity].  New York: Continuum.  182 pp.

Sabatke, Mark D.  2007.  Discovering the C & O Canal and Adjacent Potomac River [Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, mile-by-mile guidebook, 185 mi.; b&w photos;].  Rockville, Md.: Schreiber.  175 pp.

Sakowski, Carolyn.  2011.  Touring the Western North Carolina Backroads.  3rd ed.  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  316 pp.

Salazar, Deborah A.  2002.  “Noodling: An American Folk Fishing Technique” [hand fishing].  Journal of Popular Culture 35 (Spring): 145-155.

Samsel, Jeff.  2003.  Catfishing in the South [comprehensive guide; includes Appalachian rivers and lakes].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  175 pp.

Sanders, Brad.  2002.  Guide to William Bartram’s Travels: Following the Trail of America’s First Great Naturalist.  Athens, Ga.: Fevertree Press.  371 pp.

Sanders, Randy.  2011.  “Allegiance.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 37-39.  Allegiance Footware manufacturer, Mountain City, Tenn., “NOT MADE IN CHINA.”

Sauceman, Fred.  2011.  “A Sixties Summertime Memory of Frog Hunting.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 27, no. 1 (Summer): 13-14.  “Most every hardware store carried frog gigs in those days.”

Scherer, Glenn and Don Hopey.  1998.  Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States: Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York [32 day hikes].  Exploring the Appalachian Trail.  Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Stackpole Books.  371 pp.

Schneck, Marcus.  2003.  Backroads of Pennsylvania: Your Guide to Pennsylvania’s Most Scenic Backroad Adventures [eight subregions; 35 driving tours; full-page color photos].  Text by Marcus Schneck; photography by Glenn Davis.  Stillwater, Minn.: Voyageur Press.  160 pp.

Schultz, Katey.  2011.  “Lost Crossings” [swinging footbridges; N.C.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 29-30.  “Mitchell and Yancey counties are home to thirteen of the state’s twenty-three remaining footbridges.”

Seaton, Carter Taylor.  2011.  “Don’t Judge a City by It’s Label” [Huntington, W.Va.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 45-46.  Site of “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution,” 2009-2010 reality TV series.

Sehlinger, Bob, and Joe Surkiewicz.  1999.  The Unofficial Guide to the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Region.  3rd ed, New York: Macmillan.  460 pp.

Sehlinger, Bob, et al.  2000.  Appalachian Whitewater: The Southern Mountains: The Premier Canoeing and Kayaking Streams of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.  4th ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  278 pp.

Seldon, Lynn.  1999.  Country Roads of West Virginia: Drives, Day Trips, and Weekend Excursions.  Chicago: Country Roads Press.  128 pp.

Setzer, Lynn.  1997.  A Season on the Trail: An American Odyssey” [Appalachian Trail].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  192 pp.

Setzer, Lynn.  2001.  A Season on the Appalachian Trail [compilation of stories].  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  222 pp.

Shaffer, Earl and Bart Smith.  2002.  The Appalachian Trail: Calling Me Back to the Hills [pictorial; first AT thru-hiker, 1948, repeats hike in 1978; d. 2002].  Englewood, Colo.: Westcliffe.  128 pp.

Shaffer, Earl V.  [1983] 2000.  Walking with Spring: The First Thru-Hike of the Appalachian Trail [1948].  Reprint.  Harpers Ferry, W.Va: Appalachian Trail Conference.  152 pp.  Shaffer was the first person to hike the entire trail, from Georgia to Maine, completed in less than five months.

Shapiro, Leonard.  2005.  “Coal Miners’ Sons: From Small Town to the NFL, the Jones Brothers Stick Together” [Big Stone Gap, Va.; Julius and Thomas Jones; Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears].  Washington Post, 16 September, 1(E).

Shelton, Napier.  2011.  Potomac Pathway: A Nature Guide to the C&O Canal [184 mile trail; Cumberland, Md., to Washington, D.C.].  Atglen, Pa.: Schiffer.  160 pp.

Simon, F. Kevin.  [1939] 1996.  Kentucky: A Guide the Bluegrass State.  Reprint, with a foreword by Thomas D. Clark.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  554 pp.  Originally published: Washington: Works Progress Administration.

Sitton, Thad.  2010.  Gray Ghosts and Red Rangers: American Hilltop Fox Chasing.  Austin: University of Texas Press.  250 pp.

Skelton, William H., ed.  2005. Cherokee National Forest Hiking Guide [Tenn.-N.C.].  2nd ed.  Written by the Harvey Broome Group of the Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club; with a new foreword by Lamar Alexander.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  566 pp.  First edition published as Wilderness Trails of Tennessee’s Cherokee National Forest (1992).

Skinner, Elizabeth, and Charlie Skinner.  1999.  Bicycling the Blue Ridge: A Guide to the Skyline Drive and the Blue Ridge Parkway [575 miles].  3rd ed.  Birmingham, Ala.: Menasha Ridge Press.  224 pp.

Sloane, Bruce.  1999.  Scenic Driving Virginia [22 tours].  Helena, Mont.: Falcon.  174 pp.

Sloane, Bruce.  2002.  Scenic Driving: West Virginia [guidebook; 24 tours].  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot.  195 pp.

Smith, Chris.  2002.  It’s More Than Winning! [basketball autobiography of VPI All American; 1958-1961].  Charleston, W.Va.: Chris Smith Publishing.  512 pp., plus 100 pp. of illustrations.

Smith, M. W. (Michael W.).  2004.  Fishing the Shenandoah Valley: An Angler’s Guide [11 locations].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  90 pp.

Smith, M. W.  2002.  Fishing the New River Valley: An Angler’s Guide [Va.].  Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia.  94 pp.

Smith, M. W.  2003.  Fishing the Roanoke Valley: An Anglers Guide [Va.].  Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  78 pp.

Smith, M. W.  2005.  Fishing the Greenbrier Valley: An Angler’s Guide [W.Va.]. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.  82 pp.

Soltis, Stephen, and Stacy Soltis.  2001.  West Virginia: Off the Beaten Path [guidebook].  3rd ed., revised and updated by Thomas R. Fletcher.  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot.  169 pp.

Soslow, Robin.  2012.  “Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau Is So Cool” [spelunking].  Washington Post, 29 July, 6(F).  1,249 words.  Photos, map, links.  Falls Creek Falls State Park: 9,600 caves,  the highest waterfall in the eastern U.S, and one of the world’s largest stands of hemlocks, some 400 years old.

Speer, Ed.  2002.  The Tennessee Handbook [guidebook to Constitutions, governors, counties, cities and towns, rivers and lakes, etc.].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  276 pp.

Spornick, Charles D., Alan R. Cattier, and Robert J. Greene.  2003.  An Outdoor Guide to Bartram's Travels [1773-77; 50 Southeastern tours, maps; Georgia; Cherokee country].  Athens: University of Georgia Press.  405 pp.

Squeri, Lawrence Louis.  2002.  Better in the Poconos: The Story of Pennsylvania’s Vacationland [Pike, Monroe, Carbon Cos.].  University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press.  276 pp.

Stager, Claudette, and Martha Carver, ed.  2006.  Looking Beyond the Highway: Dixie Roads and Culture.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  298 pp.  Seventeen chapters including: Drivin’ the Dixie Highway in Tennessee / Martha Carver -- Heading south without getting sidetracked: the Dixie Highway in Georgia / Jeffrey L. Durbin -- The Dollarway Road and road improvement districts in Arkansas, 1913-1921 / Christie H. McLaren -- Tourist lodging in the Great Smoky Mountains and the transition from regional to national style / Blythe Semmer -- Caving and clogging: keepin’ cool in Tennessee’s caves / Ruth Nichols Keenoy and Robbie D. Jones -- Get right with God: Harrison Mayes’s advertising campaign for the Lord / Martha Carver -- Buy one, get two free: fireworks / Karl Puljak -- Seeing the scenic Upland South: mother nature and the morphology of tourist landscapes / Kevin J. Patrick -- Pilgrimage route to paradise: the sacred and profane along the Dixie Highway / Robert M. Craig.

Stancil, Cale, and Ed Beard.  2009.  “Cale Stancil, Ed Beard, and the Plott Hounds: Foxfire Interviews Local Bear Hunters.”  Foxfire Magazine, 43 no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 36-42.  Personal hunting experiences; Ga.; N.C.

Stancil, Cale.  2009.  “Plott History by Cale Stancil: A Research Project.”  Foxfire Magazine 43, no. 3-4 (Fall/Winter): 43-51.  Traces the history of this breed of hunting dog, now the N.C. state dog, beginning in 1750 Germany.

Stancil, Walter.  2003.  “Bearing It” [bear hunting; Ga.].  Interview by student Samantha Tyler.  Foxfire 37 (Spring/Summer): 67-74.

Steelhammer, Rick.  2010.  West Virginia Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff [guidebook].  Guilford, Conn.: Globe Pequot.  213 pp.  Contents: Southern coalfields -- Metro Valley -- Greenbrier Valley -- Northern Hills and Northern Panhandle -- Potomac Highlands and Eastern Panhandle.

Stover, Kara Perdue.  2007.  “Coach Bobby Stover: The Making of a Clay County Legend” [coach and high school teacher; mining town of Widen, 1958-63].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 33, no. 3 (Fall): 36-39.

Strain, Paula.  1997.  The Blue Hills of Maryland [Washington and Frederick Cos., Md.; South Mountain, Pa. and Md.].  Harpers Ferry, W.Va.: Appalachian Trail Conference.

Strother, David Hunter [“Porte Crayon”].  2004 [1858].  “A Winter in the South (4th Paper of 7)” [Bald Mountain, Yancey Co., N.C.; Spivey Creek, Unicoi Co., Tenn.; Jonesborough, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 99-130.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 16 (Jan. 1858): 167-183.

Sturtevant, Lynne.  2011.  A Guide to Historic Marietta, Ohio.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  142 pp.  Contents: History: ancient roots and great expectations | Downtown: echoes of 1900 | Harmar: the West Side | The Downtown Residential District: mansions, mounds, and Marietta College | The campus Martius Museum complex: Native Americans, pioneers and rivermen | The Appalachian countryside: Belpre, scenic byways and the Wayne National Forest | Williamstown: Fenton Glass, Henderson Hall and the Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge | Blennerhassett Island: glamour and treason.

Summerlin, Cathy, and Vernon Summerlin.  1997.  Traveling the Southern Highlands: A Complete Vacation Guide to the Mountains of Northeast Georgia, East Tennessee, Western North Carolina, and Southwest Virginia [44 points of interest profiled;  directory information]. Nashville: Rutledge Hill Press.  347 pp.

Summerlin, Vernon, and Cathy Summerlin.  1999.  Longstreet Highroad Guide to the Tennessee Mountains.  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  340 pp.

Sutcliffe, Andrea.  1999.  Touring the Shenandoah Valley Backroads [14 day trips].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  249 pp.

Sutter, L.M.  2009.  Ball, Bat, and Bitumen: A History of Coalfield Baseball in the Appalachian South.  Contributions to Southern Appalachian Studies, no. 21.  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  204 pp.  Early 1900s to 1950s, based on interviews, covering leagues within mining communities in Va., Ky., and W.Va.

Sutton, Allan.  1997.  Potomac Trails: D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia [guidebook to 100 hikes in Shenandoah Valley, Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mts.]. Golden, Colo.: Fulcrum Publishing.  226 pp.

Tedesco, Marie.  2006.  “A Renaissance among the Minors: Ninety-Five Years of Appalachian League Baseball.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 22, no. 2 (Fall/Winter): 15-18.

Tennis, Joe.  2003.  Southwest Virginia Crossroads: An Almanac of Place Names and Places to See.  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  250 pp.

Tennis, Joe.  2004.  Southwest Virginia Crossroads: An Almanac of Place Names and Places to See [17 counties; hundreds of landmarks described; directory].  Johnson City, Tenn.: Overmountain Press.  166 pp.

Theriault, William D.  1998.  “Shannondale Springs” [19th-century mineral springs/hotel; Jefferson Co.].  West Virginia History 57: 1-26.

Thomas, Sarah Anne Loudin.  2010.  “Acrophobics Welcome.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 22-23.  Rappelling and B.A.S.E. jumping from 876-foot-high New River Gorge Bridge near Fayetteville, W.Va.

Thomas, Sarah.  2011.  “Navitat” [Canopy Adventures--through trees].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 35-36.  “...a three-hour canopy tour with ten ziplines, several rapells, and a couple of rope bridges” [N.C.].

Thompson, M. Douglas.  2006.  Son of Bits and Pieces of the Past Along the Ohio [vast collection of local miscellanea arranged under 25 topics; W.Va, Oh., Ky.].  Russell, Ky.: Printed by Russell Printing.  319 pp.  Sequel to Bits and Pieces of the Past along the Ohio, 1981.

Thompson, Neal.  2006.  Driving with the Devil: Southern Moonshine, Detroit Wheels, and the Birth of NASCAR.  New York: Crown Publishers.  411 pp.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold.  1997.  Pilgrims on the Ohio: The River Journey & Photographs of Reuben Gold Thwaites, 1894 [historical photographs of a 1100-mile rowboat journey].  Essays by Robert L Reid and Dan Hughes Fuller.  Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society.  105 pp.

Thwaites, Reuben Gold.  1999 [1897].  Afloat on the Ohio: An Historical Pilgrimage of a Thousand Miles in a Skiff, from Redstone to Cairo.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.  334 pp.  Originally published: Chicago: Way & Williams.

Thwaites, Tom.  2000.  Fifty Hikes in Western Pennsylvania.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  213 pp.

Tolley-Stokes, Rebecca.  2011.  “Around and Around She Rolls: Roller Derby in Appalachia.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 43-44.  The Hard Knox Rollergirls (Knoxville), the Blue Ridge Rollergirls (Asheville), and the Steel City Derby Demons (Pittsburgh) all formed in 2006.  In 2010 the Appalachian Rollergirls of Boone, N.C. formed, and Johnson City’s (Tenn.) Brat League was established in 2008 accepting 6- to 11-year-olds.

Tooman, L. Alex.  1997.  “Applications of Life-Cycle Model in Tourism” [social impact; Smoky Mountain region].  Annals of Tourism Research 24 (January): 214-234.

Toops, Connie.  2000.  “Blossoming Interests” [springtime flowers blossom along the Appalachians, Va., Tenn, N.C.].  National Parks 74 (March/April): 40-44.

Torrey, Bradford.  2004 [1895].  “A Week on Walden’s Ridge I” [Chattanooga, Walden’s Ridge, Signal Mountain, Fairmount, Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 83-95.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Atlantic Monthly 75 (May 1895): 605-613.

Trevathan, Kim.  2001.  Paddling the Tennessee River: A Voyage on Easy Water [652 mi., Knoxville to Paducah].  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  294 pp.

Trevathan, Kim.  2006.  Coldhearted River: A Canoe Odyssey Down the Cumberland [700 mi. from Harlan, Ky.; Tenn.].  Photographs by Randy Russell.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  266 pp.

Venable, Sam.  2002.  Rock-Elephant: A Story of Friendship and Fishing.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  180 pp.

Waddell, Michael E., with Michael Schoby.  2010.  Hunting Booger Bottom: Life Lessons from the Field [hunting stories].  Foreword by Ted Nugent.  New York: Harper.  212 pp.  The author grew up in Georgia and is a popular TV host on the Outdoor Channel.

Wadness, Kenneth.  1997.  Sojourn in the Wilderness: A Seven Month Journey on the Appalachian Trail [190 color photos].  Foreword by Bill Irwin.  Louisville, Ky.: Harmony House.  231 pp.

Waggoner, Eric G.  1997.  “Pulling the Weight, Doing the Work: Barbour County’s Horse Pull” [annual draft horse pulling contest and festivities].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Summer): 20-25.

Walker, Anne.  2010.  “An R.C. Dash and a MoonPie Toss” [R.C. Cola].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 15.  The annual R.C.-MoonPie Festival, nearly twenty years old, is held in Bell Buckle, Tenn.

Warner, Charles Dudley.  2004 [1885].  “On Horseback II” [Cranberry, Bakersville, Burnsville, N.C.; Roan Mountain, Tenn./N.C.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 193-214.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Atlantic Monthly 56 (Aug. 1885): 194-207.

Watkins, W. Merle, and Bill Watkins.  2001.  “The World’s Fair In a Rowboat” [1904; rowed a boat 1,120 miles from Grafton, W.Va. to the St. Louis World’s Fair].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer): 66-71.

Watson, James.  2010.  “High Life at the Beer Wash.”  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 1 (Summer): 19-20.  Four-stall car wash converted to a bar in tourist-destination Roan Mountain, Tenn.

Weaver, Steve.  2010.  “The Runaway Airplane!”  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 36, no. 1 (Spring): 20-27.  New pilot’s harrowing adventure in a single engine plane; 1962 Wood County.

Wells, Dianne, comp.  [1969] 2002.  Roadside History: A Guide to Kentucky Highway Markers [combines first Guide (1969), supplements, and updates].  Edited by Melba Porter Hay and Thomas H. Appleton, Jr.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.  400 pp.

West, Jerry, and Jonathan Coleman.  2011.  West by West: My Charmed, Tormented Life.  New York: Little, Brown.  338 pp.  “Basketball great Jerry West tells his story--from his tough childhood in West Virginia, to his unbelievable college success at West Virginia University, his 40-year career with the Los Angeles Lakers, and his relationships with NBA legends.”

West Virginia Atlas & Gazetteer: Topographic Maps of the Entire State [44 maps; 1: 150,000 scale].  1997.  Yarmouth, Me.: DeLorme.  64 pp.

West Virginia Getaways: A Guide to the State’s Bed & Breakfasts and Country Inns.  1999.  Charleston, W.Va.: Quarrier Press.  292 pp.

White, Rex, as told to Anne B. Jones.  2005.  Gold Thunder: Autobiography of a NASCAR Champion [b. 1930, Taylorsville, N.C.].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  214 pp.

Wilkinson, Stephan.  2002.  “Touring the Southern Appalachian Mountains in a Cadillac CTS” [Marion, Va. to Maryville, Tenn.].  Conde Nast Traveler 37 (March): 76, 81-82.

Williams, Danny.  1997.  “Stonewall Jackson Heritage Jubilee” [W.Va.’s largest annual  celebration of traditional products and music; Lewis Co.].  Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23 (Summer): 60-63.

Williams, Robert L.  1999.  One Hundred Practically Perfect Places in the North Carolina Mountains.  Dallas, N.C.: Southeastern Publishing.  437 pp.

Williams, Robert Leonard, Elizabeth W. Williams, and Robert L. Williams.  [1995, 2001] 2012.  50 Hikes in the Mountains of North Carolina: Walks and Hikes from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Great Smokies.  3rd ed.  Woodstock, Vt.: Backcountry Guides.  239 pp.

Williams, Robert Leonard, Elizabeth W. Williams, and Robert L. Williams, III.  [1995] 2001.  Fifty Hikes in the Mountains of North Carolina: Walks and Hikes from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Great Smokies.  2nd ed.  Fifty Hikes Series.  Woodstock, Vt.: Countryman Press.  240 pp.

Williams, Robert Leonard.  2001.  100 Practically Perfect Places in the North Carolina Mountains.  Dallas, N.C.: Southeastern Publishing. 446 pp.  Guidebook; driving tours.

Winegar, Deane, and Garvey Winegar.  Highroad Guide to the Virginia Mountains [detailed guidebook; six subregions; maps].  Atlanta, Ga.: Longstreet Press.  340 pp.

Winters, Kelly.  2001.  Walking Home: A Woman’s Pilgrimage on the Appalachian Trail.  Los Angeles: Alyson Books.  335 pp.

Wise, Kenneth and James Andrews.  1997.  The Best Short Hikes in the Great Smoky Mountains.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  136 pp.

Wise, Kenneth.  1996.  Hiking Trails of the Great Smoky Mountains: A Comprehensive Guide.  Outdoor Tennessee Series.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  480 pp.

Withrow, Dolly.  2011.  “Memorable Appalachian Journeys” [W.Va.].  Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 26, no. 2 (Winter): 17-18.

Wohlpart, A. James.  2011.  “Journey to the Great Mountain” [Appalachian Trail; Mt. Katahdin].  Studies in American Indian Literatures 23, no. 3 (Fall): 111-127.  References Linda Hogan’s book, Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World (1995).

Wood, Denise.  2003.  NASCAR Women [race drivers’ spouses].  Phoenix, Ariz.: David Bull.  144 pp.

Wood, Perry Allen.  2007.  Silent Speedways of the Carolinas: The Grand National Histories of 29 Former Tracks [stock-car racing].  Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.  298 pp.

Woolson, Constance Fenimore.  2004 [1875].  “The French Broad” [Asheville, Warm Springs (Hot Springs), N.C.; Paint Rock, N.C./Tenn.].  In Seekers of Scenery: Travel Writing from Southern Appalachia, 1840-1900, ed. K. O’Donnell and H. Hollingsworth, 131-172.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.  Originally published: Harper’s Monthly 50 (Apr. 1875): 617-636.

WPA Guide to 1930s Alabama.  [1941] 2000.  Compiled by Workers of the Writers’ Program of the Works Projects Administration in the State of Alabama.  New introduction by Harvey H. Jackson III, vii-xxxv.  Reprint.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.  442 pp.  Originally published as Alabama: A Guide to the Deep South, New York: R. R. Smith.

Wyatt, Edward.  2002.  “Cape Cod Too Much? How About Appalachia?” [seasonal and second home market; W.Va., Tenn., Ark.].  New York Times, 19 April, 1(F).

Yates, Brock W.  2004.  NASCAR off the Record [stock car racing stories].  St. Paul, Minn.: Motorbrooks International.  256 pp.

Yates, David W., with photographs by William A. Bake.  1997.  Valle Crucis [N.C.; historic Watauga River Valley].  Winston-Salem, N.C.: John F. Blair.  97 pp.

Young, Jay.  2011.  Whitewater Rafting on West Virginia’s New & Gauley Rivers: Come On In, the Water’s Weird.  Charleston, S.C.: History Press.  126 pp.  Local lore and history; New River Gorge National River.

Zavatsky, George.  2002.  Kids Love the Virginias: A Parent’s Guide to Exploring Fun Places in Virginia & West Virginia with Children ... Year Round! [900 listings].  By George & Michele Zavatsky.  Columbus, Ohio: Kids Love Publications.  262 pp.