The Foxfire Book
The first entry in a popular anthology of articles written for the original Foxfire magazine founded in 1966, this eponymous collection brings together several beautiful and inspiring stories documenting rural life in the Appalachian mountain region, much beloved by many a back-to-the-lander.
Featuring candid interviews, recipes for corn pones and old-fashioned gingerbread, and how-to's on everything from hog dressing and game processing to oak splint basket weaving.
Soft cover with black and white photographs and illustrations throughout.
Condition: Excellent for its age.
Measures ~5"x7". 384 pages.