Old Time Religion in Appalachia describes the religion as was practiced during the mid-twentieth century in the Nantahala region of western North Carolina. This book describes the social life and customs, churches, baptismal practices, and revivals thus providing a broad view of the Nantahala communities. Larry Morgan had a distinguished career in the field of education. He attended Colfax Union School in Guilford County where he was a star basketball athlete. He attended High Point University. He obtained his school principal certificate from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He taught at various schools before becoming the principal of Nantahala School, his alma mater and which his father helped build. He is now retired from teaching. He and his wife, Peggy, currently live near Winston-Salem.