Her Hidden Children by Chas Clifton (This covers the Witchcraft revival in America and the emergence into the public eye of hidden traditions its mostly Wicca, but there are some little nuggets of awesome in there).
Fifty Years in the Feri Tradition by Cora Anderson.
Heart of the Initiate and Thorns of the Blood Rose by Victor Anderson.
1734 and other American Adaptions of British Trad Lineages:
The Cochrane Letters by Robert Cochrane
Ars Maleficum by James Kincaid (I offer with some reservations, about the black toad ritual, read A Cornish Book of Ways (2 ed) for a more accurate portrayal)
Bonus webpage: http://www.1734-witchcraft.org/index.html
Silver Bullet and Other American Witch Stories by Hurbert Davis
The Fox Fire Books by Eliot Wigginton
Hoodoo and Voudoun:
Pow Wows or the Long Lost Friend by George Hoffmann
Jambalaya by Luisah Teish
Tell My Horse by Zora Neale Hurston
(I have not included Native American stuff, just because I don’t know much about it and don’t want to eff it up. Send me an ask if you know any good books. I have read a ton of books, but still don’t feel qualified)
And with those reservations, and others, I recommend: Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan by Carlos Castenada. I read it as a novel and kept in mind that the mysterious man who taught Carlos was teaching Carlos what he wanted Carlos to know, not nec trufax Native Mexican craft also he didn’t want to be found.