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Two Featured Books:
Saving an Appalachian Trail Community, and
The Photographic History of the Civil War

STAND UP THAT MOUNTAIN: The Battle to Save One Small Community in the Wilderness Along the Appalachian Trail

By Jay Erskine Leutze
Publisher: Scribner (2012)
389 pp.

Price: $20.00
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This is a beautifully told and true story of how a community banded together to save Belview Mountain, in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, from being torn down by mining operations. In saving the environment in that area a portion of the Appalachian Trail near Roan Mountain was also saved from destruction.

Hardcover with dust jacket in good condition inscribed and signed by author on the title page. Solid binding, square corners. Small ding to edge of lower of back board (see photo).  Dust jacket has price clipped and fold edges have been cellophane taped to endpaper. There is a page reference on the front free endpaper in the same blue ink as the signature. No further markings noted. Pages are white and crisp.

"Even Jay Leutze could not possibly make these people up. From the brilliant Ashley Cook to the unmovable mine owner, Stand Up That Mountain is populated with riveting real characters from a world apart. Leutze lets us listen as they speak and tells their story – and his own – with an expert hand. He has give us a glimpse of Appalachia that is both heartbreaking and inspiring." – Lee Smith, best-selling author

Tags: Appalachian Trail; Appalachian Mountains; Hiking; Environment; Mining; Civil action; Community Action


THE PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY
OF THE CIVIL WAR

Francis Trevelyan Miller, Editor in Chief
Robert S. Lanier, Managing Editor
Henry Steele Commager, Introduction
Thomas Yoseloff, Inc. 1957.

Price: $97.00
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Ten-volume set in five bindings. Fair condition. Blue cloth covered boards, no dust jackets. Set is indexed in Volume 10. All five books have solid bindings but loose hinges. Pages mildly tanned. Slight foxing to upper and leading text edges. Spines are very sun faded. Volume 9-10 has moisture stain on spine but no moisture damage to boards or text. Fraying on head and tail of all spines, corners all slightly bumped with a little fraying. Volume 1-2 has a corner dog-ear crease on one page with a 2 ½” closed tear. Three leafs have 1” closed tears at the upper corner and there are small dog-ear creases on the lower corner of 3 leaves. Two leaves have a narrow 1/8” fold crease about 3 ½” long at the leading text edge with a 1/8” tear at the top of the creases. (No defects found within text of any of the other volumes.)

This is a five-double-volume, complete and unabridged, reprint of the original 1911 edition. Thousands of photographs with writings and poetry describe, in detail, the great conflict.

Tags: Civil War; War Between the States; Confederate Army; Union Army; Civil War Officers; Confederacy; American History; Photography; War Journalism; Photographic War Journalism; Heros of the Great Conflict; Civil War Heros; Secret Service in the Civil War; Songs of the Civil War.

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