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213 Abrahams, Roger, 180 African Americans black buildings and institutions, 91 Crawfish Bottom racial harmony, 82–84, 87 crime attributed to, 38–39 John Fallis as representative for, 182 nicknaming traditions of, 99–100 as prostitutes, 37 racial segregation, 83–84 segregated prostitution, 137 settlement in Crawfish Bottom, 19, 72 traditional black Kentucky settlements, 2 as urban renewal victims, 10–11 Alexandria (Virginia), 4 Alvey, Gerald, 34, 58 American Legion building, 90, 96–98, 97, 109 Anderson, Linda, 164, 202n45 Atkins, Ewing, 95–96 Averill, Margaret, 58, 68 Bacon, Allison Fellows, 50–52 Baptist Mission, 91 Barnett, Lillian, 76–77 Beauchamp, Jo on bootlegging, 125–26, 128–30 on Crawfish Bottom boundaries, 72–73 on crime/violence, 116, 121–22 on economic hardship, 81 on the flood of 1937, 105 on Happy Chandler, 125 on John Fallis, 140, 145–46, 148, 172–73, 179–80 on prostitution, 133–34, 140 Beck, Horace, 180 Berry, James “Papa Jazz” as Herron interview subject, 86–88, 117 neighborhood advocacy of, 113, 185 on prostitution, 87, 131 on the Tiger Inn, 95 Berry, Margaret, 71–72, 71, 94–95, 126–27 Berry, Mary Helen on Anna Mae Blackwell, 153 on churches, 91 on community response to floods, 107 on Crawfish Bottom place names, 60, 62 on crime/danger in Crawfish Bottom, 113 on economic hardship, 80–81 on John Fallis, 147 on neighborhood boundaries, 74, 74 on nicknaming traditions, 101 on political corruption, 123 on prostitution, 132–33, 141–42 on urban renewal, 9–10 Bethel Temple Apostolic Pentecostal Church, 91–92 Index Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. 214 Index Birdwhistell, Terry, 134–35 Bishop, “Blowey” Jim, 32 Blackwell, Anna Mae, 152–53, 179–80 Blackwell, J. M., 152–53 Blue Moon Saloon as Crawfish Bottom business, 8, 99 crime associated with, 85, 88, 118–20 as neighborhood physical landmark, 90 photo of, 118 prostitution at, 137–38 Bodnar, John, 6–7 bootlegging, 34, 85, 111–12, 120– 21, 125–30, 156–57, 172 Brezing, Belle, 39–41, 194n90 Brooks, Mrs. R. T., 177–78 Brooks, R. T., 59, 64, 116, 137–38, 156–57, 165–66, 176–77 Brown, James “Squeezer,” 99, 101–4, 102 Brown, Lottie, 39–41, 40 Brundage, W. Fitzhugh, 80 Buckner, John, 99 businesses (in Crawfish Bottom) black buildings and institutions, 90–91 business owners as local personalities, 99 churches, 90–91 circus grounds, 16 County Court Day, 132–33 dram shops, 38 1880s businesses, 192–93n65 gas works, 16–17 groceries, 91, 138, 150–51, 169, 170 horse training racecourse, 16 saloons, 8, 26, 47–49, 85, 88 Calhoun, James on Alex Gordon, 120–21 on churches, 91 on community interdependence, 82–83 on Crawfish Bottom place names, 59 as Eight Mile House proprietor, 135 on John Fallis, 159 on neighborhood boundaries, 73–75, 73 on nicknaming traditions, 99–100 on “Squeezer” Brown, 103–4 Capital Plaza development of, 5 Farnham Dudgeon Center, 7 photo of Capital Plaza, 3 photo of fountain and State Office Tower, 4 Carroll, Evelyn, 62, 164, 166 Carroll, J. S., 10 Castleman, Will, 99 Chandler, A. B. “Happy,” 124–25 Chiles, Charles William “Corn Puddin,” 99 Chinn, George, 111–13 churches, 90–91 Cincinnati (Ohio), 4 City Museum (Frankfort), 185 Civic Improvement Committee, 50–52 Clark, Doug, 85 Clark, Thomas D., 31–35, 193n72 Clinton Street School, 93–95 collective memory community fostered by, 5, 11, 13, 80, 185–87 construction vs. reproduction of, 80 crime/violence as theme, 142–43, 183–84 destruction of memory initiative, 7, 184 dominant/outsider reputation and, 5–6, 8, 14 Index 215 nostalgia and, 114–15 prostitution as theme in, 130–31 reification of insider/outsider elements, 78 social memory study, 6–7 Wallace presentations and, 109–11 Wallace survey of 1991, 7–12 See also oral history Collins, Harold, 63–64 Collot, Georges Henri Victor, 16 Columbus (Ohio), 4 community community centers, 87, 92–93, 95–96 community interdependence, 81–83, 107 nostalgia and, 114–15 public memory important to, 5, 11, 13, 80, 185–87 response to floods, 107 Wallace “community of people” thesis, 8–9 community centers, 87, 92–93, 95–96 Coontz, Stephanie, 114 Corinthian Baptist Church, 90–93, 109 County Court Day, 132–33 Cox, Eva, 99, 136–37 Crain, Louis, 149 “Craw bats,” 63–65 Crawfish Bottom boundaries of, 66–78, 67, 70–71, 73–75, 189n2 clearance of, 1, 3 demographic summary, 33–34 early history of, 5, 16 location of, 1 maps of, 16–19, 17...

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ISBN
9780813134093
Related ISBN
9780813134086
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OCLC
781438527
Pages
236
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-01
Language
English
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No
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