Creating the Modern South: Millhands and Managers in Dalton, Georgia, 1884-1984

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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN NOTES
Ann. Rpt. Annual Reports of Crown Cotton Mills, CGA
BCPR Boylston-Crown Cotton Mills Payroll Records, CGA
BDM Crown Cotton Mills Board of Directors Minutes, Books 1 ( 1884- 1919), 2
1920-49), 3 ( 1950-63), and 4 ( 1964-70), CGA
Boyd v. Crown O. L. Boyd et al. v. Ben T. Huiet and Crown Cotton Mills, Whitfield County
Superior Court, case no. 8, July Term, 1940, Whitfield County Court-
house, Dalton, Ga.
CGA Crown Gardens and Archives, Dalton, Ga.
CMHD National Register of Historic Places, "Inventory and Nomination Form
for the Crown Mill Historic District," CGA (typescript)
CPR Crown Cotton Mills Payroll Records, CGA
EBM Executive Board Meeting Minutes Book, 1946-53, TWUA Local 185 Rec-
ords, SLA
GDAH Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta, Ga.
GM Minutes of General Membership Meetings, June 1949-June 1953, TWUA
Local 185 Records, SLA
History Whitfield County History Commission, Official History of Whitfield
MDB Miscellaneous Documents Box, CGA
ReportU.S. Bureau of the Census, Tenth Census, 1880, vol. 6, pt. 2, Report on
Cotton Production
SHSW State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.
SLA Southern Labor Archives, Atlanta, Ga.
SP After Strike Papers File, CGA
TWUA Textile Workers Union of America
UWS Union-Work Stoppages-Strike File, CGA

INTRODUCTION
1. Older historical studies -- published in the half-century before 1970 -- that deal with textile workers in the South include Mitchell, Rise of Cotton Mills; Evans, "Organized Labor Movement in Georgia"; Mitchell and Mitchell, Industrial Revolution in the South; Mitchell, Textile Unionism and the South; Tippett, When Southern Labor Stirs; Lahne, Cotton Mill Worker; and Marshall, Labor in the South. Often, these early historians relied on the work of sociologists and social workers, especially Potwin, Cotton Mill People; Herring, Welfare Work in Mill Villages and Passing of the Mill Village; Pope, Millhands and Preachers; Moreland , Millways of Kent.

During the 1970s, works about southern workers multiplied with Fink and Reed, Essays in Southern Labor History; Eller, Miners, Millhands, and Mountaineers; Flynt, Dixie's Forgotten People; McLaurin, Knights of Labor; Reed, Hough, and Fink, Southern Workers; Taft,

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