From Library Journal
Wigginton has declared this the last of the numbered Foxfire books. It commemorates the 20th anniversary of his teaching in Rabun County, Georgia. One of his reasons for discontinuing this format is that the books are no longer reviewed because there is nothing new to say about them. How true. The topics are all that changes, and some of them are repeated. This collection emphasizes home remedies, trading and general stores, quilting, wagon making, and log cabin making. Essential for school and public libraries whether or not they have previous books.Sondra Brunhumer, Western Michigan Univ. Libs . , Kalamazoo
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From the Publisher
highlights the twentieth year of the Foxfire high school program with a new volume as fascinating as its predecessors. Included are general stores, the Jud Nelson wagon, a praying rock, a Catawban Indian potter, haint tales, quilting, home cures, and the log cabin revisited.