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Author: Truda Williams McCoy
ISBN: 0916814009
Pages 338 pages
Publisher Preservation Council Press of the Preservation Council of Pike County; 1st edition (May 19, 2000)
Language English
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Since its recounting of the feud is based on actual interviews with feud participants, the book offers a first-hand view of feud events.

their story as told to the author by eye witnesses and descendants. 1st ed. by Truda Williams McCoy. Published 1976 by Preservation Council Press of the Preservation Council of Pike County in Pikeville, Ky. Written in English. Internet Archive Wishlist.

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250 1st ed. 260 Pikeville, Ky. : bPreservation Council Press of the Preservation Council of Pike County, c1976. 300 xii, 338 . leaves of plates : bill. c24 cm. 500 Errata sheet inserted. 596 31 600 30 McCoy family. A1037968 700 1 Roberts, Leonard, d1912-1983 ^A316010 916 DATE CATALOGED b19910824. Currier & Ives: Printmakers to the American People by Harry Twyford Peters 74. The Wonderful Fashion Doll by Laura Bannon 75. Jennie, The Abandoned by Paul Gallico 76.

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McCOY, T. W. (1976) The McCoys: Their Story as Told to the Author by Eye Witnesses and Descendants (Pikeville . (1976) The McCoys: Their Story as Told to the Author by Eye Witnesses and Descendants (Pikeville Kentucky: Preservation Council Press of the Preservation Council of Pike County). MEIJER, M. J. (1980) ‘An Aspect of Retribution in Traditional Chinese Law’, Toung Pao, 66: 199–216. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Since its initial printing in 1976, The McCoys: Their Story by Truda Williams McCoy has become the premier account of the McCoy involvement in the feud. Since its recounting of the feud is based on actual interviews with feud participants, the book offers a first-hand view of feud events. As a descendant of John McCoy, an uncle to Randolph McCoy, Truda was able to begin her research in 1920 by interviewing the notoriously tightlipped McCoys. When she married a distant relative, Rex Calvin McCoy, in 1921, the family opened up even further and provided Truda with a number of details that had never been published before. Truda completed her manuscript about 1935. Following fifteen years of research, she made several unsuccessful attempts with New York publishers to have the book published. Finally, she retired the manuscript to her attic where it remained until her death in February, 1974. Truda's son, Paul was left the manuscript as a part of Truda's will. In 1976, Truda's daughter, Judith happened on a television interview that caught her attention. In the course of the interview, much was made of how little written documentation regarding the McCoy side of the confrontation was available. She contacted the Pikeville Preservation Council and with the help of editor, Leonard Roberts, the book was published with an initial run of 5000 copies. To compliment the text, the Council assembled a team that produced the first and most comprehensive genealogy of the McCoy family. Also included were many rare photographs collected from McCoy family members. To date, The McCoys: Their Story has been the definitive source of McCoy genealogy information and the single best recounting of the McCoy side of the feud. Due to its limited number and the great demand for it, this book has become a family treasure.
Doriel
My great aunt wrote this book so it's my family history. I'm happy to read it. I have her book of poems.
Feri
Great book . Arrived in fine condition.
Ral
Was able to add family dates to my husbands genealogy. Very helpful
Arryar
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Lailace
I have been doing research on my family history and have run into a few dead ends. This book unblocked the dead ends and answered a lot of questions that I had.

If you are related to the McCoy family this is a must have book.
BoberMod
This book is the best i highly recommend reading it if you can get your hands on it
Iphonedivorced
MY HUSBAND IS A DESCENDANT OF THE MCCOYS AND HE WAS SO EXCITED TO FIND THIS BOOK ON AMAZON. THE AUTHOR AND FAMILY MEMBER TRUDA, HAS DONE A MARVELOUS JOB PORTRAYING THE FAMILY IN THIS BOOK. I HAVE TO SAY ITS ONE OF THE BEST EVER WRITTEN.
The book is very carefully crafted as a genealogy study. In this area, it is excellent except for one sticking point: Roseanna McCoy. The information is vague and it appears that the author was not sure that Roseanna was actually buried in her grave at Dils Cemetary. I find this fact very interesting as my grandmother was Roseanna (Rosie) McCoy. My grandmother was born, supposedly, in Doe Hill, Virginia, on March 23, 1860. No birth record is recorded. I believe that my grandmother was the Roseanna of the feud. I have checked many other books on the Hatfield-McCoy feud. None are detailed on where Roseanna is buried. The Hatfield books erroneously call her Rose Anne McCoy. I am convinced my grandmother is the Roseanna of the feud.