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The Hatfields and the McCoys Hardcover – December 31, 1982
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"A captivating account of two families whose stubbornness and loyalty were exceeded only by their capacity for a terrible revenge. Without a doubt, the Hatfield-McCoy feud will reign supreme as the most fascinating vendetta on the American scene."―Southern Living
"An engrossing account of the Appalachian feud that has become a part of the folk history of America."―Ashland Daily Independent
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One of our foremost resources was this book, the work of Otis Rice. Of the many available texts covering the Hatfield-McCoy feud, Rice outshone all the others.
The writing is a little stiff but since the topic is so engaging, most readers won't mind the scholastic text. This book has my highest recommendation for those interested in the history of Appalachia.
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Excellent story, well written and explained in a entertaining fashion. Makes you feel sorry for both parties but especially the McCoy's because they almost lost their entire... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joey
A decent book about the times that made folklore and history. As one should know, the entire events of Hatfields/McCoys are not 100%. Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. latsch