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John Fox Jr. (1862–1919)

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Author who wrote about the mountain people (sometimes called hillbillies), who lived primarily in the Appalachia and the Ozarks regions of the Southern United States.

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 1936 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (based on the novel by)
 1924 The Hill Billy (story)
 1921 The Kentuckians (novel)
 1920 A Cumberland Romance (novel "A Mountain Europa")
 1919 Heart o' the Hills (novel)
 1913 The Trail of the Lonesome Pine (Short) (novel)
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Other Works:

Novel: "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come" (filmed as The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come (1920), The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come (1928), The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come (1961)). See more »

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Trivia:

Author who wrote about the mountain people (sometimes called hillbillies), who lived primarily in the Appalachia and the Ozarks regions of the Southern United States.

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Sagittarius

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