For further reading, search the Sherrod Library Catalog.
Becker, Jane S.
Selling tradition: Appalachia and the construction of an American folk, 1930-1940.
F217.A65 B43 1998
The thistle and the briar: historical links and cultural parallels between Scotland and Appalachia.
F217.A65 B58 2003
Burton, Thomas G.
Beech Mountain man: the memoirs of Ronda Lee Hicks.
GR55.H556 B87 2009
Cavender, Anthony P.
A folk medical lexicon of south central Appalachia.
1990. PE2970.A6 F64
Cavender, Anthony P.
Folk medicine in southern Appalachia.
GR108.15 .C38 2003
Cavender, Anthony P., and Ted Olson.
A Tennessee folklore sampler: selections from the Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin, 1935-2009.
GR110.T4 T457 2009
Duncan, Barbara R.
Living stories of the Cherokees.
E99.C5 C55 1998
The Appalachians: America’s first and last frontier.
Gainer, Patrick W.
Witches, ghosts and signs: folklore of the Southern Appalachians
. 1975. GR110.W4 W57
Harkness, David James.
Indian legends of the southern mountains: a bicentennial publication.
1976. E59.F6 H4
Ray Hicks: master storyteller of the Blue Ridge.
F264.B38 I78 2001
Our Southern highlanders.
F217.A65 K46 1913
Mathes, Charles Hodge.
Tall tales from Old Smoky.
Montell, William Lynwood.
Ghosts along the Cumberland: deathlore in the Kentucky foothills.
1975. GR110.K4 M66
Dictionary of Smoky Mountain English.
PE2927.G7 M66 2004
Myths of the Cherokee; and sacred formulas of the Cherokees. E99.C5 M764 1982
Murray, Kenneth Maynard.
Footsteps of the mountain spirits: Appalachia - myths, legends and landscapes of the Southern Highlands. GR108.M87 1992
Seekers of scenery:travel writing from southern Appalachia, 1840-1900.
F217.A65 S44 2004
Blue Ridge folklife.
GR110.V8 O47 1998
Price, Charles Edwin.
The infamous Bell Witch of Tennessee.
BF1473.B37 P74 1994
Rehder, John B.
Rhea, Carolyn McQueen.
Sketches and legends of upper East Tennessee
. GR110.T2 R5 1932a
Cabins in the laurel.
Thacker, Larry D.
Mountain mysteries: investigating the mystic traditions of Appalachia.
GR108.15 T43 2007
Vande Brake, Katherine.
How they shine: Melungeon characters in the fiction of Appalachia.
PS286.A6 V36 2001
White, Betsy Tice.
Mountain folk, mountain food: down-home wisdom, plain tales, and recipe secrets from Appalachia.
The nine volumes in this series (1972-1986) are very useful in studying various folklife topics. F291.2.F
Whismant, David E.
All that is native and fine: the politics of culture in an American region.
F217.A65 W47 1983
Williams, Michael Ann.
Great Smoky Mountains folklife. GR108.W585 1995