National Geographic : 1943 Dec
Home Folk around Historic Cumberland Gap 757 Hill Folk Worship in True Fellowship at Leatherwood Church From miles around they come-men, women, children, and babies in arms-some in cars, buggies, or wagons, others on horseback or afoot, and make a day of it. Service is at 10, but the "gatherin' in" starts much earlier. Neighbors who seldom see each other during the week get together. After meeting there is a picnic dinner under the trees. Despite the lack of an organ, the music is "on the key," the leader sounding the pitch with a tuning fork. Hill folk nowadays sing modern tunes from paper-backed Sunday School hymnals (page 768).