West Virginia and Appalachia

The West Virginia and Appalachia series is dedicated to the publication of works on the history and culture of the Mountain State and its region. This series publishes the best of a new generation of scholarship, integrating the historical and cultural experience of West Virginia and Appalachia into comparative regional, national, and international contexts. West Virginia University Press is the ideal location for such a series because of the state’s critical position in the region’s and the nation’s history. From its vital importance as a borderland between empires in the eighteenth century, to its warring sections in the Civil War era and role in America’s industrialization and “culture wars,” the story of West Virginia and Appalachia is an essential part of the story of America.

Series Editors:

Kevin Barksdale, Marshall University
Ken Fones-Wolf, West Virginia University 
Ronald L. Lewis, West Virginia University

Bringing Down the Mountains


Bringing Down the Mountains
Shirley Stewart Burns

Clash of Loyalties


Clash of Loyalties
John W. Shaffer

Blackwater Chronicle


Blackwater Chronicle
Philip Pendleton Kennedy
Edited by Timothy Sweet
 

Culture, Class, and Politics


Kindle Edition
Culture, Class, and Politics in Modern Appalachia
Edited by Jennifer Egolf, Ken Fones-Wolf, and Louis C. Martin

Transnational West Virginia


Transnational West Virginia
Ken Fones-Wolf and Ronald L. Lewis

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