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Hatfield, an attorney in the City of Logan, who was also considered the family's historian. Bill Clements, owner of West Virginia Book Company, the in-state distributor for the work, says the content adds new color and clarity to this famous American story.
Hatfield's storytelling abilities are clearly seen in this work. With the rare photographs, the timeline format and the new stories, this is destined to be a statewide classic. Many of the photographs in the work are extremely rare and have been submitted by members of the McCoy and Hatfield families, including ones that were originally published in Life Magazine in For one reason or another, the project never materialized.
With that nucleus of material, we developed a manuscript. It was a great honor to work with him. He was truly a gifted story-teller and writer," he added. For many, the page book is a much-anticipated companion to Dr.
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According to a spokesperson for Woodland Press, besides being historically significant, this volume is a keepsake for those who call the Appalachian Mountains home, or for those traveling the rugged roadways of West Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia. Also, in addition to the book's release, and in recognition of a lifelong commitment to Mountain State history, Dr.
Hatfield will be posthumously recognized at a special book presentation and meeting with Governor Joe Manchin and the First Lady, at a. Hatfield and his contribution to state history," Davis said. About the author: Dr. Hatfield, who was considered the chief family historian for many years. Coleman A. Robert Spence is a noted journalist and historian in Logan County. Spence The Tale of the Devil is the story of the legendary Devil Anse Hatfield, beginning with his childhood in frontier Appalachia, describing his Civil War days as a noted Confederate soldier, giving a richly detailed background into just who this man was and from where he came.