The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture - Vol. 16

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INDEX OF CONTRIBUTORS
Alexander, Charles C., 272
Alexander, Jere, 47
Atkins, Leah Marie Rawls, 240
Barr, Alwyn, 311
Beezley, Paul R., 267, 337, 354
Blevins, Brooks, 280, 344
Bronner, Simon J., 355
Burnett, Lonnie A., 310
Burns, Augustus M., 138
Burrows, Cathy Glover, 57
Cabaniss, Allen, 122, 271
Cantú, Norma E., 176
Claypool, James C., 314
Cobb, James C., 357
Coltrain, Mark, 322
Cook, Cita, 237
Cook, Llewellyn D., 263, 321
David, Jonathan C., 187
Davis, Jack E., 289
DeLatte, Carolyn, 315
DiMeglio, John E., 26, 277
Donlon, Jon Griffin, 66
Ellett, Ashton G., 314
Fagan, Mark, 334
Ferris, William, 129
Fine, Elizabeth C., 203
Fondren, Kristi M., 99, 103, 105, 109, 253
Ford, Gary D., 81, 180, 217
Foy, Jessica, 249, 307
Freeze, Gary, 274, 331
Fussell, Fred C., 166
Gill, Duane A., 99, 103, 105, 109
Gillispie, Jay, 65
Goertzen, Chris, 88
Harris, Trudier, 172
Harvey, Gordon E., 304
Hathorn, Stacye, 256
Hobson, Fred, 309, 345
Hodges, Sam, 170
Jackson, Harvey H., III, 1, 51, 193, 252, 293, 333, 339, 350
Jamison, Philip A., 55, 201
Johnson, David M., 207, 278
Johnson, Jerah, 189
Kahrl, Andrew W., 42
Kerstein, Robert, 266
King, Nicole, 220, 258, 323, 347
Laseter, Miles, 154, 242, 319
Lewis, William, 145
Lindahl, Carl, 211
Lindsey, Odie, 346
Loy, Wesley, 341
Makowski, Elizabeth M., 302, 338, 349
Malone, Bill C., 19
Marks, Stuart A., 132
May, Phyllis M., 58
McDearman, Karen M., 336
McFadden, Frank Hampton, 125
McWhiney, Grady, 112
Mormino, Gary R., 38
Morris, Glenn, 94
Napier, Cameron Freeman, 68
Neal, Jocelyn R., 140, 235
Nystrom, John, 112
Olson, Ted, 261, 300
Olsson, Tore, 198
Otto, John S., 138

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • General Introduction xiii
  • Introduction xix
  • Leisure, Sports, and All Sorts of Recreation 1
  • Index of Contributors 363
  • Index 365
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