THE HEART OF THE HILLS (Kentucky Family Feuds)

THE HEART OF THE HILLS (Kentucky Family Feuds)

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by John Fox, Jr.
     
 

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A NOVEL OF KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN FAMILIES CLASHING AND FEUDING!
No one knew when and for what reason the Hawns and the Honeycutts had first clashed and for half a century the two families had, with intermittent times of truce, been traditional enemies.
Kentucky story in which the shots fly rather fast, whether among primitive feudists of the mountains or in the…  See more details below

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A NOVEL OF KENTUCKY MOUNTAIN FAMILIES CLASHING AND FEUDING!
No one knew when and for what reason the Hawns and the Honeycutts had first clashed and for half a century the two families had, with intermittent times of truce, been traditional enemies.
Kentucky story in which the shots fly rather fast, whether among primitive feudists of the mountains or in the political struggles and "tobacco war" of the blue-grass region, but throughout the author keeps in mind the more serious purpose of describing both sections and their inhabitants.

The Heart of the Hills is set in the Cumberland region...where the author is made aware of how the mountain people were taken advantage of by the industrialists who became rich by coal mining and cutting their timber.

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ISBN-13:
2940012405524
Publisher:
TLC BOOKS
Publication date:
01/04/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
877,068
File size:
602 KB

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