Appalachian Gold, by William P. Campbell, Jr.
Described as a rockhound's handbook and "layman's"
guide to gold and gem hunting in the Southern Appalachian Region.
pages, Overmountain Press,
Tilson Grist Mill,
local folklore and genealogy. Tilson Grist Mill displayed at Tennessee
State Museum, Nashville.
48 pages, Overmountain Press, 1981 ISBN:
When Steam Ran the Clinchfield,
illustrations and narrative about the Clinchfield Railroad which traveled
from Kentucky to South Carolina.
105 pages, published in 1993
John Biggs (Pat) Alderman, by Gloria Harrell
Biography of Erwin native musician, ecologist,
historian, and author.
257 pages, published in 1991
Around Home in Unicoi County,
by William W. Helton
development of Erwin containing sections on early history, Southern
Potteries, and family genealogy/photos.
626 pages, Overmountain Press, 1986 ISBN:1-57072-002-9
Silver in the
Unaka, by Buddy Johnson
Explores the folklore surrounding the lost Garland silver mine. 147
pages, published in 1988
The Day They Hung the
Elephant, Charles Edwin Price
events surrounding the hanging of Mary the circus elephant from a
Clinchfield railroad derrick in 1916.
44 pages, published 1992
Tall Tales of the Rails,
J. L. Lonon
History of the
Clinchfield railroad and narrative of stops on the road. 215 pages,
Ervin, Viola Ruth E. Swingle
Biography of the man
for whom Erwin is named, D. J. N Ervin; family history, photographs and
61 pages, published 1975