*Paperback, 5.5" x 8.5", 96 pages *Illustrated with over 70 black and white pictures from the early 1900s *ISBN 978-0-9724765-0-8 *Clinch Mountain Press 2002
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Wander back in timeinto a remote cove in Russell County, Virginia,where farming families lived in harmony with one another in the early part of the 20th century. In this poignant memoir, Rev. Carter recalls the joys and sorrows of his community as they faced the challenges of a changing economy driven by the timber and coal industries.
The memoir includes stories and photographs of the Carters, Kisers, Amburgeys, Powers, and other families from that area.
Pauline Kiser and Clyde Carter on their wedding day, Christmas, 1934. (From Clyde Carter's collection)
Children of Nimrod and Mattie Kiser. From left: Martha, Mary Edith, Harvey, Andrew Jackson, Johnston Baxter 'Back', and Eliza. (Courtesy of Ann Kiser Colley)