- Written by Terry L. Norton ’81 and recently released by McFarland Publishers, the 232-page book contains some of the essential folklore of the Eastern Cherokees of western North Carolina.
- From 1981-2008, Norton worked as a professor of literacy education in Winthrop University’s Richard W. Riley College of Education. During his tenure at Winthrop, he taught courses for teachers and librarians in literacy acquisition and children’s and young adult literature.
Winthrop University, "Retired Education Professor Authors Book About Cherokee Myths and Legends" (2014). Winthrop News 2014. 236.