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index Abolitionist movement: and Coffin, 75, 94, 210n; and Doak, 74, 81, 210n; and Embree , 73, 81, 209–10n; and Fairfield, 74, 93, 191, 215n; and Garrison, 73–74, 81, 93, 210n; and Goodloe, 81, 211n; and Helper, 75, 81, 83, 210n; and Kagi, 74; and Mulkey, xiv–xv, 206n; and Osborne, 74, 210n; and Sharpe, 6, 205n; and Sheets, 74, 81, 83, 211n; and Tharin, 79–94; and the Underground Railroad, 183; West on its role in the Mountain South, xiii, xl, 72, 73–75, 191, 209–10n, 215n Abraham Lincoln Brigades, xxii, xxix “A’Callin’ Home Th’ Hogs,” 112–13 Adams, Jack, xxix “Advice to Would-Be Poets,” 151 AFL. See American Federation of Labor Agrarians, xvi, xxvii, 129, 212n Albany, Ga., 165 Alderson Prison (W.Va.), 185 “All of Them,” 188–89 Almanance, battle of, 73 American Federation of Labor (AFL), 58, 59, 207n “And I Have Loved,” 141–42 “Anger,” 119 Animal Farm (Orwell), 61 Anvil (periodical), xx “Appalachian Blues,” 176–79 Appalachian Journal, xliii Appalachian Mountain Books, 18 Appalachian Movement Press, xxxix, 66, 72, 77, 79, 157 Appalachian Press. See Appalachian Movement Press Appalachian South (periodical), 61 Appalachian South Folklife Center, 61, 98; Brosi at, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202; West’s founding of and role at, xxxviii– xxxix, xliii Appalachian Studies Association Conference , 203 Appalachian Volunteers, 68, 69, 178, 209n Appalachian Writers Association, xliv Arnall, Ellis, 44, 47, 207n Art Print Shop (Trevecca College), 99 Asheville, N.C., 163 Atlanta, Ga., xiii, xxiii, xxiv, xxxii–xxxv, xxxvi, 9, 13, 30, 44, 54, 56, 57, 58, 161, 165, 170, 181, 188 Atlanta Constitution, xxxiv; and Cabbage Patch neighborhood, 17, 205n; and Clods of Southern Earth, xiii, xxxii, xxxiv, xxxvi–xxxvii Atlanta Journal, xxxvi Atlanta Journal and Constitution, xiii, xliv Attica (prison), 165 Aughey, John, 84, 93 Augusta, Ga., 58 “Automated Miner,” 158–59 Back-to-the-land movement, 197 Baldwin Phelps Detective Agency, 175 Baltimore, Md., xxxviii, 9, 13, 66, 73 Barrett, Thomas, 57 Bartow County, Ga., 17 Beecher, Henry Ward, 74 Bein, Albert, 34–35 Bell County, Ky., 71, 77 Berea, Ky., 18, 199 Berea College, 74, 82 Berkowitz, Harry, 16 Berkowitz, Rachel, 16 Berry School (Rome, Ga.), xv, 18, 29, 206n Between the Plow Handles: poems from, 112–17; publication of, xix, 112 “Between the Plow Handles,” 116–17 “Beverly Hillbillies,” 66 “Bill Dalton’s Wife,” 100 Birmingham, Ala., 58, 69, 165 Birney, James, 81, 82 Birth of a Nation (film), xv, 18 Black Belt, 59, 69, 208n 06.Index.219-blnk 228/West 12/2/03, 11:51 AM 219 index 220 Blair Mountain, W.Va., 71, 77, 191, 192, 210n, 215n “The Blessed,” 161 Blizzard, Bill, 175, 194, 214n Blue Ridge, Ga., 71 Blue Ridge Mountains, 58, 133, 212n Boni, Charles, xiii, xxxiii, 137 Boone, Daniel, 206n Boone’s Trace, 169, 214n Boston, Mass., 73 Boyle, Tony, 77 Boy Scouts of America, 201 Braden, Ann, 167, 213n Braden, Carl, 159, 167, 213n Breckinridge, John, 89, 211n Bristol, Va., 56 Brooks, Cleanth, xxix Brown, John, 74 “Brown Brother,” 111 Brosi, Connie, 196 Brosi, George, xii, 18; and West, 195–203 Bryant, Clifton, 174, 192, 194, 214n Bryant, Mary, 174, 192, 194, 214n Buckmaster, Henrietta, 137, 164; role of West in novel by, xxxii, 213n Buckner, Floyd, 167 Buckner, Jean, 167 Buckville, Ala., 87 Buffalo Creek, W.Va., 188, 214n Burger, Nash, xxxiii Burlington Dynamite Plot (pamphlet), xxiv Burnett, John, 191, 214n Burns, Robert: compared to West, xx, xxxv, xli; West on, 162, 213n Burnt Mountain, Ga., xiv, 6, 8, 30–31, 107, 173 Cabin Creek, W.Va.: labor battles at, 69, 71, 158, 77, 171, 174–75, 192, 194, 199, 215n; West’s relocation to, xliii–xliv, 199 “A Cabin in the Cotton,” 20 Caldwell, Erskine, 18, 34, 206n Calhoun, John, 79, 80, 211n Campbell, Harry, 51–52, 54 Cannibals All! (Fitzhugh), 83 Cartecay River, 6, 184 Cartersville, Ga., 14, 17 Charleston, W.Va., 159, 199, 212n Charlotte, N.C., 208n Chattahoochee River, xxxvi, 122, 147, 164, 180 Chattanooga, Tenn., 32, 58 Cherokee, N.C., 31, 32, 56 Chicago, Ill., 24, 66 Chocktaw, Miss., 84 Christian Century (periodical), xx Church Emergency Relief Committee, 22 Cincinnati, Ohio, 75, 83, 94 CIO. See Congress of Industrial Organizations Clay, Cassius, 81, 83 “Clodhopper,” 130–31 Clods of Southern Earth: introduction to, 3– 8, 137, 180; poems from, 137–46; publication of, xiii, xxxii–xxxiv, 157, 180 “Clods of Southern Earth,” 3–8 Coal Creek, Tenn., 71, 77, 188, 192, 193, 194...

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9780252092831
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2014-01-01
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