The First American Frontier: Transition to Capitalism in Southern Appalachia, 1700-1860

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NOTES

Abbreviations Used in Notes
CensusMSS Census Enumerator Manuscripts, 1860, for Appalachian
Counties
CWVQ The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires
De Bow's De Bow's Review
FHPJ Ferry Hill Plantation Journal
Hunt's MM Hunt's Merchants Magazine and Commercial Review
Olmsted, JBC Olmsted, A Journey in the Back Country
Olmsted, JSS Olmsted, Journey in the Seaboard Slave States
Slave Rawick, The American Slave
Slave I Rawick, The American Slave: Supplement I
Slave II Rawick, The American Slave: Supplement II
Wallerstein, HC Wallerstein, Historical Capitalism
Wallerstein, MWS 1 Wallerstein, The Modern World-System I
Wallerstein, MWS 2 Wallerstein, The Modern World-System II
Wallerstein, MWS 3 Wallerstein, The Modern World-System III

Chapter One
1. Mooney, "Myths of Cherokee," pp. 23-29. Goad, "Copper," p. 56.
2. For government landholding, see Appalachian Land Ownership Task Force, Who Owns Appalachia?, pp. 35-38. On antebellum exploration and tourism, see Dunaway , "Incorporation," chaps. 2, 8. Roosevelt, Winning of West, p. 231, wrote of the Watauga Association: "They were the first men of American birth to establish a free and independent community on the Continent."
3. Hofstadter, Age of Reform, pp. 23-25, 30. Hofstadter, "Myth of Yeoman," p. 43.
4. Mood, Early Writings of Turner, p. 187. Vincent, "Retarded Frontier," p. 1. On self-sufficiency, see Appalachian Land Ownership Task Force, Who Owns Appalachia?, p. 80.
5. Fox, "Southern Mountaineer," p. 390. Roberts and Roberts, Where Time Stood Still, p. 128; Pearsall, Little Smoky Ridge, p. 127. Kephart, Our Southern Highlanders, p. 329; Raine, Land of Saddle Bags, p. 240; Beaver, Rural Community.
6. For an idealization of Appalachia, see Kirby, Rural Worlds Lost. For overviews, see Badham, "Sociology"; Buttel and McMichael, "Sociology." On egalitarian preindustrial America, see Tocqueville, Democracy in America, 2:258; Szymanski, Class Structure, pp. 195-203.
7. Headlee, Political Economy, p. 3. On freeholders, see Buttel and Newby, Rural Sociology, p. 93; Lipset, First New Nation, p. 130. On Appalachian traits, see Dykeman, "Appalachia in Context"; Banks, "Emergence"; Gaventa, Power and Powerlessness;

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