King of the Moonshiners: Lewis R. Redmond in Fact and Fiction (Appalachian Echoes) ebook
by Bruce E. Stewart,Durwood Dunn
Bruce E. Stewart is an assistant professor of history at Appalachian State University
Bruce E. Stewart is an assistant professor of history at Appalachian State University. Series: Appalachian Echoes. I am trying to see if he is of the Redmond family that I am related to, but the book was a very interesting read. Did he really kill the US Marshall? Don't know.
King of the Moonshiners book . The hillbilly hero is an American archetype. Appalachian lore and moonshine - tales as tall and colorful as the mountain ridges. The west had Jesse James and the east had Lewis R. Redmond. Both romanticized as outlaw legends. But reading about Lewis R. Redmond (both in fact and fiction) was quite interesting; especially since I once lived in Transylvania County where Redmond honed his moonshine skills - Appalachian lore and moonshine - tales as tall and colorful as the mountain ridges.
Bruce Stewart earned his . His areas of study are United States History and Appalachian History. in History from Western Carolina University and his P. in History from the University of Georgia. University of Georgia. United States History, US and Appalachian History. King of the Moonshiners: Lewis R. Redmond in Fact and Fiction (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2008). Title: Associate Professor. Department: Department of History.
The book contains three late nineteenth-century publications that detail events surrounding Redmond’s 1876 murder of a . The book’s greatest strength is Stewart’s biographical introduction that examines Redmond’s influence on American perceptions of Appalachia.
Appalachian echoes series. Redmond, Lewis Richard, 1854-1906. Personal Name: Stewart, Bruce E. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Lewis Richard Redmond, the notorious outlaw and famous moonshiner, of western North Carolina, who was born in Swain County, . in the year 1855, and arrested April 7th, 1881, R. A. Cobb. Personal Name: Redmond, Lewis Richard, 1854-1906.
The hillbilly hero is an American archetype.
King of the Moonshiners: Lewis R. Redmond in Fact and Fiction (Appalachian Echoes) published in the year 2009 was published by University. Living a hardscrabble life in the mountains of the South, he turns to making moonshine in a homemade still, hidden from the prying eyes of the revenuers-the federal agents who pursue him because he doesn't pay taxes. In reality a lawbreaker, in our mythology the moonshiner is the hero who fights valiantly to eke out a living while being unfairly dogged by the infernal feds. Redmond in Fact and Fiction. The hillbilly hero is an American archetype
King of the Moonshiners: Lewis R. The hillbilly hero is an American archetype ) . Durwood Dunn was a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a Bachelor of Arts with honors in History and Latin in 1965, a Master of Arts in History in 1968, and a Doctor of Philosophy in History in 1976. Dr. Dunn was an accomplished author and historian. His most prominent works include "Cades Cove: The Life and Death of a Southern Appalachian Community, 1818 - 1937"; "An Abolitionist in the Appalachian South"; and "The Civil War in Southern Appalachian Methodism.
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Mystery & Detective. Certainly not. Don't you know who is the King of Beasts? Aslan is a lion - the Lion, the great Lion. In fact we shall be cut off from Aslan. But that isn't what she'll do first," said Mrs Beaver, "not if I know her. The moment that Edmund tells her that we're all here she'll set out to catch us this very night, and if he's been gone about half an hour, she'll be here in about another twenty minutes.
Stewart also explores the life of the moonshiner and the many myths that developed around hillbilly stereotypes. A welcome addition to the New Directions in Southern History series, Moonshiners and Prohibitionists addresses major economic, social, and cultural questions that are essential to the understanding of Appalachian history. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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