Torching the Fink Books and Other Essays on Vernacular Culture

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INDEX
Abrahams, Roger, 57-58, 206
Acuff, Roy, 75, 191
Adamic, Louis, 146, 203
Adams, John Quincy, 162, 163
Addams, Jane, 56, 146
Ade, George, 71
African Americans: and folklore, 55, 56; and music genres, 78, 79, 81-82, 87, 101, 118, 189, 191, 195; and cosmic cowboy, 97; as cowboys, 140; and cultural pluralism, 145-46
Agee, James, 11
Alabama, 8, 11
Alderman, Alonzo Elvis "Tony, ” 21-23, 33, 36, 37
Alexander, Stan, 94
Allan, James, 2, 206, 207
Alley, Vernon, 189, 191
Allman Brothers, 78
Allright, Thomas, 128
American Antiquarian Society, 160
American Dialect Society, 158, 194
American Folklife Center: and cul- tural equity, 58; and Kallen, 134-35, 142-47, 148; and Gordon, 134-39, 141-42, 147, 148; and Lomax, 134-41, 143, 147, 148; and Archive of Folk Song/Culture, 134-42, 146, 147, 148, 149, 208; and cultural preservation, 160; establishment of, 205
American Folklife Preservation Act (1976), ix, 58-59, 134, 147, 154-57, 205, 211
American Folklore Society, 55, 139, 155, 158, 159
American Indians, 55, 56, 125, 139, 145, 157, 160, 162
Anarcho-syndicalism, xv-xvi, 203
Antiquities Act (1906), 159
Archive of Folk Song/Culture, 134-42, 146, 147, 148, 149, 208
Arkansas, 8
Armadillo World Headquarters, 82, 84, 87, 88, 93, 99
Atkinson, Brooks, 130
Austin, Tex., 66-67, 77-101
Autry, Gene, 31, 32, 75
A wn, Kerry, 92
Axthelm, Pete, 66
Baez, Joan, 64, 100, 204
Baigell, Matthew, 112
Ball, Marcia Mouton, 80-81
Bane, Michael, 76
Barfield, Robert, 189
Barnicle, Mary Elizabeth, 60, 61, 158
Baroni, Geno, 146
Barranco, Wilbert, 189
Bartlett, John Russell, 3, 5, 6
Baumann, John, 70-71
Benedict, Ruth, 146, 147, 161
Benét, Stephen Vincent, 32-33
Benton, Thomas Hart: and folklore, xiii, xxiii, 111-12, 114-15, 125, 127-32, 208; and ethnography, 109; and folk music, 110, 111, 112-13, 115-19, 122- 23, 125-26, 127, 128; and labor lore, 119-24, 131, 132
Bingham, George Caleb, 109, 137
Blitzstein, Mark, 214
Bluegrass, 11, 87
Boas, Franz, 146
Boatright, Moody, 66
Bolinger, Dwight, 194

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Torching the Fink Books - And Other Essays on Vernacular Culture *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword - In Good Spirits *
  • Dutchman - An On-The-Job Etymology *
  • Hillbilly Music - Source and Symbol *
  • Laborlore *
  • A Folklorist's Creed and Folksinger's Gift *
  • Austin's Cosmic Cowboys - Words in Collision *
  • Tom Benton's - Folk Depictions *
  • The Archive's Shores *
  • Stitching Patchwork in Public *
  • Remembering Jack Fitch, Pile Butt and Artist, on Labor Day 1994 *
  • Kelly Girl *
  • Torching the Fink Books *
  • Peter Tamony (1902-1985) *
  • Afterword - Looking Back *
  • Bibliography of Archie Green's Writings, 1959-2000 *
  • Index *
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