Softcover, Frankfort, Ky. Kentucky Historical Society, 1998. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Sound binding. Pages bright and generally clean, although table of contents has minor soiling in margin. Wrappers have small scraped areas at top left front and top right front, along with light handling wear. Address label on back. Contents: McKinney, The first false frontier: eastern Kentucky and the movies. Ellenberg, "May the club work go on forever": home demonstration and rural progressivism in 1920s Ballard County. Young, Carr, and Granger, How historical archaeology works: a case study of slave houses at Locust Grove. Book reviews, book notes. ; 9.0" tall; 100 pages.
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