Rabun Gap, Georgia
The Foxfire offices are located at this place. Called "God's country" by some, the area is rich with history, tradition, and customs. Many in this area still live in log cabins without running water and spend their days and nights farming and raising animals for their own survival in a struggle for nearly complete independence from modern society.
These stretch from Georgia through the Carolina's. The articles in Foxfire are derived from interviews and traditions of the people living in this area, who still live their lives according to old world customs and traditions. Most individuals grow their own food, raise their own animals, and work solely for their own survival.
Common in older days, and still in use today, these items are a form of house, built entirely of logs and rock. There is a variety of...
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