Killings: Folk Justice in the Upper South (Google eBook)

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University Press of Kentucky
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User Review  - Kaylin Roby - Goodreads

youins seen the scrapbook pictur ein the front of this here book killings? Thta was my family. my granny and poppy and their kids. and the big guy in the pictures, that was my poppy too. great book. i love this. it took place close to my hometown, wayne county ky. thank ye'(= Read full review

Contents

In the Beginning
1
The SelfSufficient Years
23
A Changing Culture
65
Violence between the World Wars
86
A New Generation
126
Conclusion
144
Notes
167
Works Consulted
173
Index
181
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