This person is the editor of the "Foxfire" series and one of the primary people in the Mountain City project.
This lovable and highly energetic person was interviewed for the section on the lives of blacks in the Appalachians. Her stories about life on a farm and over the last several decades help show readers how far the black race has come since the character's childhood.
This person was raised by a grandmother who told stories of slavery.
This person is eighty-three years old with failing eyesight and difficulty moving freely. He blames whites for the movement of blacks from the area due to loss of land and loss of freedom.
This person is 103 years old, but appears much younger and can recall a grandmother's ability to sew.
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