The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture - Vol. 12

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INDEX OF CONTRIBUTORS
Abbott, Frances, 205, 220, 267, 294, 332, 378, 387
Albertson, Chris, 353
Ancelet, Barry Jean, 39, 173
Baker, Eleanor J., 351
Baker, Tobie, 244
Banes, Ruth A., 182, 281, 316
Barlow, Bill, 89, 256, 261, 376
Barretta, Scott, 196, 269, 286
Bellows, Barbara L., 336
Bernard, Shane K., 365
Berry, Jason, 197
Berry, Lemuel, Jr., 254, 297
Bertrand, Michael T., 118
Bibler, Michael P., 353
Bowman, Robert, 188, 202, 334
Boyer, Horace Clarence, 255
Burdell, William S., III, 254, 341, 384
Camarigg, Mark, 368
Campbell, Ellie, 164, 265
Campbell, Gavin James, 355
Ching, Barbara, 302
Cochrane, William A., 252
Cohen, Mitch, 168
Coltrain, Mark, 172, 181, 275, 324, 370, 374
Davis, Ronald L., 43, 234, 329
Dickey, Dan W., 92, 258
Epstein, Dena J., 141
Eskew, Harry, 128
Evans, David, 31
Feintuch, Burt, 145, 361
Ferris, William, 271, 273, 277
Foy, Jessica, 224, 388
Green, Douglas B., 170
Hasse, John Edward, 178
Hudson, Berkley, 359
Jerde, Curtis D., 166, 298, 326
Jones, Leander C., 242
Joyce, John, 260, 312
Joyner, Charles, 223
Kalra, Ajay, 24, 106, 195, 250, 299, 347, 356
Keys, Caroline, 285
Lhamon, W. T., Jr., 323
Lindsey, Odie, 171
Lisle, Andria, 74
Lornell, Kip, 67, 221
Mahar, William J., 19
Malone, Bill, 1, 48, 80, 101, 159, 162, 190, 199, 246, 292, 305, 370, 372, 381
McCall, Michael, 330
McDaniel, George, 177
McDearman, Karen M., 185, 204, 230, 232, 373
McGehee, Elizabeth, 331
Miller, Mary Margaret, 238
Miller, Matt, 217, 257, 291, 307, 308, 313, 380, 383
Morris, Edward, 186, 215, 249, 362
Nagle, Stephen J., 175
Nathan, Hans, 214
Olson, Ted, 122, 133, 207, 263, 342, 363
Orr, Jay, 218, 227
Porter, Lewis, 391
Porterfield, Nolan, 344
Pusateri, C. Joseph, 111
Riggs, Cat, 163
Rosenberg, Neil V., 296, 345

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • General Introduction xiii
  • Introduction xix
  • Music 1
  • Index of Contributors 393
  • Index 395
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