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BIBLIOGRAPHY Asheville Cltillen and Times, Numerous unsigned articles through the years on the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival. Beard, Anne Wlnsmore,The Personal Folk Song Collect/on 0/ Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Master's Thesis, Miami University, 1959. Bledsoe, Jerry, "The Minstrel of the Appalachians," Greensboro Dally News (March 19, 1972). Botkin, B.A., A Treasury 0/ Southern Folklore (New York: Crown Publishers), 1949. Campbell, John C., The Southern Highlander and His Homeland (New York: Russell Sage Foundation), 1921; rpt. University Press of Kentucky, 1969. Charlotte Observer, "Mountain Music's Grand Old Man," (September 5, 1973). Chujoy, Anotole, and Manchester, P.W., The Dance Encyclopedia (New York: Simon and Schuster), 1967 Combs, Josiah H., The Kentucky Highlands from a Native Mountaineer's Viewpoint (Lexington, Kentucky; J.L. Richardson Co.), 1913. _______---SFolk Songs 0/ the Southern United States, ed. OK Wilgus (Austin: University of Texas Press), 1967. Cowles, Mary, "43rd Dance and Folk Festival Opens," Asheville Cltlllen (July 31, 1970). Earnhardt, Jean A., "Even the Royal Foot Will Pat to Strains of Lunsford's Music," Greensboro Dally News (June 7, 1964). Ervin, Sam J., Jr., Humor of a Country Lawyer (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1983). Finger, Bill, "Bascom Lamar Lunsford: The Limits of a Folk Hero," Southern Exposure, Vol. 2, No.1 (1974). GUpen, Pete, and Stephens, George, Bascom Lamar Luns/ord: Minstrel of the Appalachians (Asheville: Stephens Press), 1966. Gordon, Jonathan, "Bascom," Diplomat (August, 1966). Green, lewis W., "The Folk Festival Is Audience, Too," Asheville Cltlllen (August 2, 1969). Haas, Joseph, "The Ballad Singer from Banjo Branch," Chicago Dally News (August 17, 1963). Halley, Jean R., "Bascom Lamar Lunsford Dies," The Washington Post (September 6, 1973). Heaton, C.P., "The 5-string Banjo In North Carolina," Southern Folklore Quarterly, Vol. XXXV, No.1 (March, 1971). "Hudson Tells What Ails the Folk Festival," The Chapel Hill Weekly (June 17, 1955). Jackson, Dot, "He Picked His way Through Life," Charlotte Obseroer (October 4, 1973). Johnson, Sid S. (ed.), Texans Who Wore the Gray (No publisher noted), 1907. Kephart; Horace, Our Southern Highlanders (New York: The McMillan Company), 1913. Lowery, Raymond, "Folk: A New Musical Kick," Raleigh News and Obseroer (October 20, 1963). Lunsford, Bascom Lamar, "Annual Mountain Dance and Folk Festival," Disc Collector No. 18) 1961). and Lamar Stringfield, 30 and 1 Folk Songs from the Southern Mountains (New York: Carl Fischer, Inc.), 1929. Reminiscences, unpublished paper In the Lunsford Collection at Mars Hill College. Lunsford, James Bassett, History of the Newfound Baptist AssOCiation, mimeographed undated. McLeod, John Angus, From These Stones (Mars Hill, North Carolina: Mars Hill College), 1955. 145 _______....JMlnstrel 0/ the Appalachians, unpublished biography of Lunsford In the Mars HIli Library, 1973. Martin, Harold H., "Minstrel Man of the Appalachians," Saturday Ellenlng Post, Vol. 220, No. 47 (May 22,1948). Malone, BUI, Country MuSiC, U.S.A. (Austin: University of Texas Press), 1968. Miller, Jim Wayne, The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same (Frankfort, Kentucky: The Whippoorwill Press), 1971. Parris, John, "The King Smiled and the Queen Patted Her Foot," Ashellllle Citizen and Times (July 26, 1970). "Bascom Lunsford - A LIving Legend," Ashellllle Citizen and TImes (July 26, 1970). Potts, J. Manning (ed.), The Journals and Letters 0/ Francis Asbury, Vol. II (Nashville: Abingdon Press), 1958. Raffe, W.G., Dictionary 0/ the Dance (New York: A.S. Barnes and Company), 1964. Scarborough, Dorothy,A Song Catcher in the Southern Mountains (New York: Columbia University Press), 1937. Sharp, Cecil, English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians, Maud Karpeles (ed.), 2 Vols. (London: Oxford University Press), 1932. Smith, Frank H., The Appalachian Square Dance (Berea, Kentucky: The Berea College Press), 1955. "Tar Heel of the Week, Bascom Lamar Lunsford," Raleigh News and Obseroer (June 5, 1955), Sec. IV, P.3. Terrill, Bob, "Festival Opens at Auditorium," Asheville Citizen (August 4, 1972). "No Wrinkles on Their Hearts," Asheville Citizen (August 5, 1972). __________"Nearing 90, But He's Still QUite a Toe-Tapper," Asheville Citizen and Times (March 19, 1973). __________"The Heart of a Friend," Asheville Citizen (September 5,1983). The Virginia Magazine 0/ History and Biography, Vol. 17, No.1 (January, 1909). Warren-Findley, Jannelle, "Musicians and Mountaineers: The Resettlement Administration's Music Program in Appalachia, 1935-37," Appalachian Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1-2 (AutumnWinter , 1979-80). Wellman, Manly Wade, The Kingdom 0/ Madison (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press), 1973. Whisnant, David, "Finding the Way Between the Old and the New: The Mountain Dance and Folk Festival and Bascom Lamar...


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