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The Resource A busy day in loafer's glory : a rambler's guide to mostly off-the-path Carolina places, Mart Baldwin

A busy day in loafer's glory : a rambler's guide to mostly off-the-path Carolina places, Mart Baldwin

Label
A busy day in loafer's glory : a rambler's guide to mostly off-the-path Carolina places
Title
A busy day in loafer's glory
Title remainder
a rambler's guide to mostly off-the-path Carolina places
Statement of responsibility
Mart Baldwin
Title variation
Loafer's glory
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Baldwin, Mart
Dewey number
917.5604/43
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
F252.3
LC item number
.B35 1996
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • North Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • South Carolina
Label
A busy day in loafer's glory : a rambler's guide to mostly off-the-path Carolina places, Mart Baldwin
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Howard Gap: where a boy defeated a nation -- Do bananas grow in Tryon? -- Climbing the wall at White Oak Mountain -- What color is the Green River? -- Pearson's Falls: Misty Glen and a mountain rescue -- Apples and apples and the Big Hungry River -- Caesar's Head: or hound dog's nose? -- Over the river and through the woods: The Pisgah Forest Exercise Trail -- Chatting with trees at Holmes State Forest -- Wild river, blue cheese and a big hole in the ground: Mountain Rest, S.C. -- Wildflowers in the clouds: The Blue Ridge Parkway -- In search of Sandy Mush -- When Warm Springs turned hot -- Poetry and trees: Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest -- Balsam Lake: Jewel of Pinhook Valley -- Carl Sandburg's home -- The expensive view from Highlands -- Old Fort: mountain gateway
  • A busy day in Loafer's Glory -- In Grandfather's shadow: Banner Elk -- The Vance birthplace -- Roan Mountain: Canadian island in North Carolina -- Nature's rollercoaster, Forestry's Cradle, yard-long trout: climbing Pisgah's southern slope -- Town Creek Indian mound -- Along Rutherford's Trace to Cherokee -- A doorstop that changed history: the Reed Gold Mine -- The Outer Banks: from Duck to the end of the road -- Shrimpboats and steel mills: Georgetown -- Don't step on the PhDs: Durham, Duke homestead and the Research Triangle -- Culture by the fairgrounds: the North Carolina Museum of Art -- Kings Mountain: British bayonets in the Carolina woods -- Where Daniel Morgan turned the tide of war: Cowpens Battleground
  • Ninety Six: trading post, frontier forest and unconquered British stronghold -- Roanoke Island: from Virginia Dare to the general who invented sideburns -- Charleston: little brown fleas and a gray whale -- A tale of two forts [Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter]
Control code
ocm38010374
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
vi, 156 p., [8] p. of col. plates
Isbn
9781888549010
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
96079547
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(Sirsi) ABX-5946
Label
A busy day in loafer's glory : a rambler's guide to mostly off-the-path Carolina places, Mart Baldwin
Publication
Contents
  • Howard Gap: where a boy defeated a nation -- Do bananas grow in Tryon? -- Climbing the wall at White Oak Mountain -- What color is the Green River? -- Pearson's Falls: Misty Glen and a mountain rescue -- Apples and apples and the Big Hungry River -- Caesar's Head: or hound dog's nose? -- Over the river and through the woods: The Pisgah Forest Exercise Trail -- Chatting with trees at Holmes State Forest -- Wild river, blue cheese and a big hole in the ground: Mountain Rest, S.C. -- Wildflowers in the clouds: The Blue Ridge Parkway -- In search of Sandy Mush -- When Warm Springs turned hot -- Poetry and trees: Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest -- Balsam Lake: Jewel of Pinhook Valley -- Carl Sandburg's home -- The expensive view from Highlands -- Old Fort: mountain gateway
  • A busy day in Loafer's Glory -- In Grandfather's shadow: Banner Elk -- The Vance birthplace -- Roan Mountain: Canadian island in North Carolina -- Nature's rollercoaster, Forestry's Cradle, yard-long trout: climbing Pisgah's southern slope -- Town Creek Indian mound -- Along Rutherford's Trace to Cherokee -- A doorstop that changed history: the Reed Gold Mine -- The Outer Banks: from Duck to the end of the road -- Shrimpboats and steel mills: Georgetown -- Don't step on the PhDs: Durham, Duke homestead and the Research Triangle -- Culture by the fairgrounds: the North Carolina Museum of Art -- Kings Mountain: British bayonets in the Carolina woods -- Where Daniel Morgan turned the tide of war: Cowpens Battleground
  • Ninety Six: trading post, frontier forest and unconquered British stronghold -- Roanoke Island: from Virginia Dare to the general who invented sideburns -- Charleston: little brown fleas and a gray whale -- A tale of two forts [Fort Moultrie and Fort Sumter]
Control code
ocm38010374
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
vi, 156 p., [8] p. of col. plates
Isbn
9781888549010
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
96079547
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(Sirsi) ABX-5946

Library Locations

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