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Corn From a Jar: Moonshining in the Great Smoky Mountains

Daniel S. Pierce

Making moonshine -- a sensationalized, romanticized,and often condemned activity -- is a regional phenomenon that is the product of deep-seated cultural, economic, and social conditions that had both positive and negative impacts on the local community.  The author approaches the subject as a story of imperfect humans trying to survive in difficult circumstances in a challenging environment.  2013, 112 pages, soft cover.

$10.00
Weight: 
0.5 lb
Dimensions: 
8 × 6 × 0.5 in