The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture - Vol. 16

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INDEX
Page numbers in boldface refer to articles.
Aaron, Hank, 30, 249–50, 329
Abrahams, Roger, 355, 356
Absalom, Absalom! (Faulkner), 244
Access Fund, 192
Adair, James, 155
Addis, Kristy, 156
Adventures in Good Eating, 224
Africa, 206
African Americans: and parks, 21; in basketball, 34–35, 354–55; and Jim Crow era beaches, 40, 42–46, 258–59; influence on cheerleading and twirling, 61; children’s games, 63; and drinking, 72, 73; in football, 101; gambling, 115; in golf, 121–22; holiday traditions of, 124, 288, 296; and house parties, 129–30; and hunting, 136; line dancing tradition of, 141; in marching bands, 145–47; participation in Mardi Gras, 149–50; passing the time, 158, 159, 160; playing pool checkers, 170–71; and ring shouts, 187– 88; influence on square dancing, 202; fraternities and sororities, 203–4, 205, 206; and stepping, 203–7; storytelling, 212, 214–15; in tennis, 216–17; and tourism, 220, 223, 227, 229; in baseball, 328–39; toasts and dozens of, 355–57
Agrarians, 2–3, 5
Alabama, 252, 258, 312, 333, 334–36; basketball, 34; beaches, 41; hog-dogging, 51; field trials, 91; fireballing, 92; football, 104; Mardi Gras, 147; rock climbing, 190, 191; shopping, 196; tourism, 229; wrestling, 245; gambling, 269; Christmas, 271; jubilees, 310–11
Alabama, University of, 12, 100, 101, 102, 104, 106, 109, 110, 143, 264, 319, 350
Alabama A&M, 35
Alabama Peanut Festival, 224
Alabama’s Black Heritage, 220
Alabama State University, 35, 101
Alcindor, Lou, 354
Alcohol, 71, 158
Alcorn State University, 35
Ali, 252
Ali, Muhammad, 53–54, 250–52
All-day singings, 19, 85
Allen, Mel, 26, 27
Allen, Phog, 33, 337
Allison, Bobby, 276, 308, 353, 354
Allison, Davey, 354
Allison, Donnie, 276
Amateur Athletic Union, 32
Amelia Island, Fla., 40, 41
American Beach, 40, 45, 46, 223
American Counterpoint (Woodward), 1
American Field, 91
American Fried (Trillin), 226
American Kennel Club, 91
American Negro Folktales, 357
American Tennis Association, 216, 297
American Water Ski Association, 240, 241, 256
Americus, Ga., 170
Amory, Cleveland, 68
Amusement and theme parks, 20–26. See
also individual parks
Anaheim, Calif., 22
Anderson, Chris, 141
Andretti, Mario, 276
Andy Griffith Show, The, 157
Angola, La., 193, 332
Annapolis, Md., 45
Anniston, Ala., 335

-365-

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Table of contents

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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