In The 'Stranger People's' Country


This antique hardcover book is bound in brown cloth boards, with gilt lettering and dark brown floral decorations on the front and spine. Cover worn near edges; hinges slightly loose; most inner pages clean and unmarked. Spotting to covers. Written under the pen name Charles Edgar Craddock, this novel is set in the upper Cumberland region of Tennessee as an amateur archaeologist visits the region to explore the persistent myth that a pygmy race once lived there. Black-and-white illustrations throughout. 360 pages; approx. 5"x8".



  • In The 'Stranger People's' Country: A Novel
  • Mary Noailles Murfree (as Charles Egbert Craddock)
  • Harper & Brothers, 1900