Guide to the Carl Ross Papers, 1866-1989, undated

Summary Information

Title: Carl Ross Papers, 1866-1989, undated
Collection: AC.193
Extent: 13.25 linear feet (17 record boxes, 3 half sized, 1 small oversize, 3 overzsize folders)
Abstract:

The Carl Ross Papers is a collection of Carl Ross' academic research and students papers, predominantly from his classes on Appalachian Culture and History. The collection includes extensive materials on the history and architecture of the Brinegar Cabin located on the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are also a number of materials related to Dr. Ross' passion for the Civil War and living history programs. A bulk of the collection is centered around Ross' interest in Appalachian Studies and his work in documenting the history of the region.

Creator: Ross, Carl A., Dr., 1931-1988

Biographical/Historical Note

Carl Augustus Ross, Jr. (1931-1988) was born in Spring Place, Georgia to Carl and Rosa Smith Ross. He received his Ph.D. from University of Georgia in 1966. He worked as a History professor at Appalachian State University from 1966 to 1988 and as the director of the Center for Appalachian Studies from 1984 to 1988. He taught Appalachian History and Latin American courses and researched local and regional history. Ross served as president of the Western North Carolina Historical Association from 1982 to 1984 and from 1987 to 1988. He also served as president of the Watauga County Historical Society form 1982 to 1988, on the Board of Directors of the Western North Carolina Historical Association and the North Carolina Society of County and Local Historians. Ross was the editor of Watauga County Times Past from 1985 to 1988 and of the university publication Appalink. He and his wife Charlotte T. Ross had two children: Clarinda and Tyler.

Scope and Contents

The collection includes a large body of student papers and bibliographies collected from Ross' Appalachian History students, along with a few reports on non-Appalachian subjects. Materials on the Brinegar Cabin, located on the Blue Ridge parkway, include ephemera, blueprints, and transcribed interviews. Academic files include course materials as well as paperwork related to Dr. Ross' position as Director of the Center for Appalachian Studies. Civil War materials include information on Civil War historic sites and living history programs, particularly the reenactment organized by Dr. Ross at Camp Broadstone. Also included are ephemera and notes related to events, lectures, and conferences and Dr. Ross' correspondence and personal files. Research materials are primarily related to the Appalachian Region and include the letters of the Kimbrough Family, 1866-1887, along with a photocopied diary of a Confederate soldier, J. W. Dugger. Photographs include Ross family photographs, historic images of Watauga County, Civil War reenactment pictures, photograph of convicted murderer Lloyd Frazier, and photographs from student papers. Oral history audiocassettes from Ross' student focus on western North Carolina and East Tennessee.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged into nine series.

Series I: Student Papers is arranged by the original arrangement established by Dr. Ross.

Series II: Brinegar Cabin is arranged into two subseries. Subseries A: Architectural Materials and Subseries B: Family Materials are arranged alphabetically.

Series III: Academic Files, Series IV: Civil War, Series V: Events, Lectures, and Conferences, Series VI: Organizations and Societies, Series VII: Personal Papers, and Series VIII: Research are all arranged alphabetically.

Series IX: Audiovisual is arranged into three subseries. Subseries A: Black and White Photographs and Subseries B: Color Photographs are arranged alphabetically. Subseries C: Oral Histories maintains its original arrangement.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for use in the Dougherty Reading Room. An appointment for research is recommended. The Dougherty Reading Room is located on the 4th floor of Belk Library in Special Collections.

Acquisitions Information

The student paper collection remained in the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection main stacks for many years without a call number. At least one student paper has been stolen. Appalachian Collection employees Dr. Fred Hay and Dean Williams transferred the student papers from the W.L. Eury Appalachian Collection main stacks to the W.L. Eury Appalachian Closed Collection on August 18, 2000. Carl Ross's widow Charlotte donated 193B. Brinegar Cabin Series in Spring 2003. This collection was opened to the public on June 20, 2003. The Carl Ross Papers from the University Archives were combined with AC.193: Carl Ross Papers in September 2014.

Processing Information

Processed by Kathryn Staley, 20 June 2003; Encoded by Kathryn Staley, 29 June 2005; Reprocessed with additions and finding aid revised by Trevor McKenzie, September 2014. This collection was reprocessed as part of a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. The grant funded extensive processing of the backlog within the W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection between 2012 and 2014.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], AC.193: Carl Ross Papers, W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, USA.

Container List

Series I: Student Papers, 1975-1986, undated

Series Description

Series I: Student Papers contains research papers, bibliographies, and supplemental research materials from Dr. Ross' classes on Appalachian History and Culture. The reports are filed by volumes constructed by Dr. Ross.

  Box Folder

Volume 1: Table of Contents, 1978-1982

1 1

Volume 1: Fred D. Dellinger, The 1916 and 1940 Floods in Watauga and Wilkes Counties, October 27, 1981

1 2

Volume 1: John Nelli, The Yeoman Farmer of Watauga Area, undated

1 3

Volume 1: Edward Cabbell, An Preliminary Analysis of Blacks in Watauga County, North Carolina 1850-1900, 1980

1 4

Volume 1: Mary C. Greene, An Agricultural History of Watauga County, North Carolina, undated

1 5

Volume 1: John M. Hewins, Flour Milling Western North Carolina in 1880, November 17, 1981

1 6

Volume 1: Barbara Henson, A Profile of Boone in 1900, August 8, 1980

1 7

Volume 1: Jeffery L. Duncan, Critical Essay, December 17, 1982

1 8

Volume 1: Jeff Bradley, Review of The Longest Mile, October 13, 1981

1 9

Volume 1: Mary V. Bunker, Selected Bibliography, undated

1 10

Volume 1: Jeffery L. Duncan, Selected Bibliography, December 14, 1982

1 11

Volume 1: Linda J. Reed, An Annotated Bibliography of Southern Appalachia, undated

1 12

Volume 1: Vivian Moore, A Selected Bibliography for Southern Appalachia, December 17, 1982

1 13

Volume 1: Glenda Anderson, A Selected Bibliography of Appalachian Books for Children, December 6, 1982

1 14

Volume 1: Robert D. Davis, The Bryan-Green Cemetery, undated

1 15

Volume 1: Jerry Cole, The Story of David McConlan and Sarah Shull, Mary 5, 1978

1 16

Volume 1: James Beeler, A Sketch of Blowing Rock, North Carolina 1900, August 7, 1980

1 17

Appalachia in Social Context: Student Reports, Table of Contents, Spring, 1981

1 18

Appalachia in Social Context: Deanna Dillingham, Southern Appalachian Mountain People and Their Physical Environment, 1981

1 19

Appalachia in Social Context: Deanna Dillingham Early Logging in Western North Carolina 1880-1930, undated

1 20

Appalachia in Social Context: Deanna Dillingham, Handmade Pottery Industry in Buncombe County, 1831-1978, 1981

1 21

Appalachia in Social Context: Deanna Dillingham, Ivy Township, 1900, 1981

1 22

Appalachia in Social Context: Melissa A. DuPuy, Experience with Some Watauga County Residents, May 6, 1981

1 23

Appalachia in Social Context: Melissa A. DuPuy, Home Demonstration Agents and Their Work, April 7, 1981

1 24

Appalachia in Social Context: Melissa A. DuPuy, Early Tourism in Appalachia, March 3, 1981

1 25

Appalachia in Social Context: Melissa A. DuPuy, The Music of Mount Paran Baptist Church, April 13, 1981

1 26

Appalachia in Social Context: James Beeler, The Development of Montvale Springs and Internal Improvement Up to the Civil War, May 15, 1981

1 27

Appalachia in Social Context: David Winship, William B. Carter and the Bridge Burners: A Failure in 1861 Which Did Not Turn the Tide, May 5, 1981

1 28

Appalachia in Social Context: David Winship, A Sign of The Times: The Jonesburough Whig and Independent Journal, January 22, 1845, April 21, 1981

1 29

Appalachia in Social Context: David Winship, A Comparison of Early Appalachian Educational School And Trends and the ASU Earth Studies Programs, undated

1 30

Appalachia in Social Context: J. Mark Hopper, A Profile of the Early Lumber Industry in Southern Appalachia, undated

1 31

Appalachia in Social Context: Jeff Bradley, Mining Possibilities at Cranberry, March 20, 1981

1 32

Appalachia in Social Context: Jeff Bradley, Appalachia's Mineral Wealth, May 5, 1981

1 33

Appalachia in Social Context: Jeff Bradley, Appalachia's Copper Mining, April 28, 1981

1 34

Appalachia in Social Context: Jeff Bradley, The Asheville Daily Citizen's Value for the Study of Local History, March 28, 1981

1 35

Appalachia in Social Context: Mary C. Greene, The Religion of the Great Revival Spirituals, April 14, 1981

1 36

Appalachia in Social Context: J. Mark Hopper, Profile of An Ashe County Township in 1900, undated

1 37

Volume 2: Table of Contents, 1976-1981

1 38

Volume 2: Anita Byerly, A History of Horn in the West and Its Relationship to Boone, April 29, 1977

1 39

Volume 2: J. Spencer Clary, Mast General Story, October 1, 1980

1 40

Volume 2: Steve Hill, The Green Park Hotel: Grand Dame of Blowing Rock, 1983

1 41

Volume 2: John W. Speed II, Observations of a Local Residents on the Blue Ridge Parkway and the Moses H. Cone and Julian Price Memorial Parks, May 3, 1978

1 42

Volume 2: Henry Jefferson Weaver, The Blue Ridge Parkway as it Approaches Age Fifty, 1981

1 43

Volume 2: Norman Schaich, Battle for the Blue Ridge Parkway, May 3, 1976

1 44

Volume 2: Linda Reed, The History of the Chappel Wilson Building, undated

1 45

Volume 2: James Beeler, et al, An Analysis of the China Orchard in the Moses H. Cone Estate 1900-1947, December 15, 1980

1 46

Volume 2: Vivian G. Moore, War Rationing: Watauga County, North Carolina, 1942-1945, undated

1 47

Volume 2: Kenneth D. Elliot, Property Distribution and Slaveholding in Watauga County, North Carolina: A Study of Schedules I and II of the 1860 US Census, May 5, 1978

1 48

Volume 2: Chuck Ketchie, The Location and Influence of Gristmills in Watauga County, North Carolina 1850-1910, undated

1 49

Volume 2: Vivian G. Moore, The Impact of the Works Progress Administration on Watauga County from 1935-1942, October 27, 1982

1 50

Volume 3: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

2 1

Volume 3: Sid Miller, An Analyses of the Main Characters in Several Works by John Fox, undated

2 2

Volume 3: Jeannine G. Underdown, The Woman of Southern Appalachia as Defined by Early Twentieth Century Literature, October 1, 1980

2 3

Volume 3: Melissa DuPuy, A Comparison of Three Women in Southern Appalachian Fiction, November 25, 1980

2 4

Volume 3: Jeff Bradley, A Mill Women's Struggles, 1980

2 5

Volume 3: Deana Dillingham, A Southern Appalachian Man 1880-1900, undated

2 6

Volume 3: Daniel Sean Dunlop, The Melungeons of Southern Appalachia, November 20, 1981

2 7

Volume 3: Robert Goodrich, Three Major Themes in Appalachian History, December 3, 1981

2 8

Volume 3: Becky Newman, Socialization in the Appalachian Region, April 26, 1977

2 9

Volume 3: Melissa A. DuPuy, Stereotypes of the Southern Appalachians, December 10, 1980

2 10

Volume 3: J. Spencer Clay, Moonshining Stereotypes as Portrayed in 19th and Early 20th Century Fiction, November 19, 1980

2 11

Volume 3: Sid Miller, The Moonshiner, undated

2 12

Volume 4: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

2 13

Volume 4: Nancy Abrams, The Cherokee Removal, December 1, 1975

2 14

Volume 4: Kathi Jones, Bridge Burners in East Tennessee, May 5, 1978

2 14

Volume 4: Jeannine G. Underdown, Circuit Riders: A Fictional Look, November 5, 1980

2 15

Volume 4: Shirley A. Hise, Pentecostal Holiness, undated

2 16

Volume 4: Linda McDonough, The Church of God, undated

2 17

Volume 4: Shirley A. Hise, Free Grace, Free Salvation and Free Will, December 6, 1983

2 18

Volume 4: Helen Phillips Hall, The Growth of the Free Will Baptists in Southern Appalachia, October 1, 1980

2 19

Volume 4: Daniel Sean Dunlop, The Snake Handlers of Southern Appalachia, November 16, 1981

2 20

Volume 4: Pam Corl, Snake Handlers of Southern Appalachia, April 27, 1977

2 21

Volume 4: Nancy Daugherty, Snake Handling Cults, undated

2 22

Volume 4: Robert Charles Tatum, Snake Handling Religion in the Appalachians, April 23, 1977

2 23

Volume 5: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

2 24

Volume 5: Deana Dillingham, Convict Trouble in Eastern Tennessee, undated

2 25

Volume 5: Helen Phillips Hall, Opposition to Convict Labor in the Coal Creek Coal Mine, October 15, 1980

2 26

Volume 5: J. Spencer Clary, Jr., The Origin and Nature of the Convict of the Convict Lease System, October 18, 1980

2 27

Volume 5: Cheryl Claassen, Commercial Shell Fishing in Appalachia, 1983

2 28

Volume 5: John M. Hewins, The Sawmilling Industry in the Western North Carolina Mountains as Recorded in the Manufacturing Census of 1880, undated

2 29

Volume 5: Cheryl Claassen, A Look at Logging in the Vicinity of Linville, undated

2 30

Volume 5: Nancy Daughtery, The West Virginia Presidential Primary of 1960, October 27, 1981

2 31

Volume 5: Jeannine G. Underdown, A Essay Concerning: North Carolina Mountain Republicans and Reconstruction, September 3, 1980

2 32

Volume 5: Daniel S. Dunlop, Political Socialization in Appalachia, October 20, 1981

2 33

Volume 5: Eric J. Olson, Agricultural Practices and Productivity at that Turn of the Century, undated

2 34

Volume 5: Sid Miller, Tools Used on Small Farms in Southern Appalachia in 1915, undated

2 35

Volume 6: Appalachian Regional History, Student Papers,Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

2 36

Volume 6: Patricia Dare Sperry, Images of a School Teacher, undated

2 37

Volume 6: Helen P. Hall, Country Schools of Eastern Kentucky As Depicted in Fiction, November 12, 1980

2 38

Volume 6: Deana Dillingham, Mountaineers' Feelings Toward Education as Portrayed in Five Appalachian Novels, December 1980

2 39

Volume 6: Linda McDonough, Education in Western North Carolina Between 1870 and 1920, undated

2 40

Volume 6: The Treatment of Education in the Southern Mountains by Four Novelists: Jesse Stuart, Wilma Dykeman, Harriete Arrow, and James Still in Selected Works, undated

2 41

Volume 6: Barbara Hayes, Appalachian Folklore and the Primary School, June 24, 1975

2 42

Volume 6: Melissa DuPuy, Folklore in the Appalachians, October 1, 1980

2 43

Volume 6: Melissa Gray, Folklore of the Southern Appalachians, May 2, 1977

2 44

Volume 6: Melissa DuPuy, Southern Appalachian Musicians and Their Heritage, September 5, 1980

2 45

Volume 6: Eloise E. Wall, Appalachian Heritage Reflected by Their Songs and Instruments, 1975

2 46

Volume 7: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

2 47

Volume 7: Elizabeth C. Stevens, Understanding the Colonialism Model in Appalachia: An Annotated Bibliography, undated

2 48

Volume 7: Cecilia E. Briggs, Annotated Bibliography of the History of the Appalachian Region, 1983

2 49

Volume 7: Debby Brown, Annotated Bibliography of the Culture of the Southern Appalachian Region, undated

2 50

Volume 7: Mildred D. Dunevant, Annotated Bibliography of the Culture of the Southern Appalachian Region, undated

2 51

Volume 7: Willa Ann Baker, Annotated Bibliography for Study of Southern Appalachia in North Carolina History at a Eight Grade Level, November 29, 1983

2 52

Volume 7: Cheryl Claassen, Appalachian Material Culture a Partial Bibliography, 1983

2 53

Volume 7: Steve Hill, Annotated Bibliography: Appalachian Plants, Roots, Barks,and Herbs and Their Relation to the Drug Industry, 1983

2 54

Volume 7: Shirley A. Hise, Poverty and Poverty Programs in Southern Appalachian: A Partially Annotated Bibliography, December 6, 1983

2 55

Volume 8: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

2 56

Volume 8: Deana Dillinghan, Oscar Louis Bachelder 1825-1935, undated

2 57

Volume 8: Joyce Kilby, The Hanging of Will Banks, October 27, 1981

2 58

Volume 8: Patricia Dare Sperry, Martha Berry, undated

2 59

Volume 8: Patricia Dare Sperry, John Charles Campbell, undated

2 60

Volume 8: Mildred D. Dunevant, George LaFayette Carter 1857-1936, undated

2 61

Volume 8: Sid Miller, Blandford Barnard Dougherty, undated

2 62

Volume 8: Helen P. Hall, Rebecca Latimer Felton: A Determined Georgian Women's Fight for the Right to be Recognized, November 25, 1980

2 63

Volume 8: Mary Virginia Bunker, The Reform Work of Rebecca Latimer Felton, undated

2 64

Volume 8: Patricia Dare Sperry, William Goodell Frost, May 1982

2 65

Volume 8: Joyce Kilby, I.G. Greer, November 24, 1981

2 66

Volume 8: Eric Olson, Wiley Smith Harmon, September 3, 1980

2 67

Volume 8: Joyce Kilby, Albert Hash, December 2, 1981

2 68

Volume 8: Willa Ann Baker, Lydia Holman, The Friendly Nurse, An Angel of Mercy Or a Mercenary, November 29, 1983

2 69

Volume 8: J. Spencer Clary, Leonidas C. Houk, November 25, 1980

2 70

Volume 8: Norman Schaich, General William Lenoir: Caldwell County's Frontier Settlers, July 9, 1975

2 71

Volume 8: Melissa A. DuPuy, Mother Jones at Cabin Creek, October 15, 1980

2 72

Volume 8: Jeff Bradley, William Gibbs McAdoo, Appalachian Politician, December 10, 1980

2 73

Volume 9: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

3 1

Volume 9: Bryan Page, The Coopering Craft, undated

3 2

Volume 9: Deana Dillingham, Southern Appalachian Handicrafts, 1880-1930, December 1980

3 3

Volume 9: Deana Dillingham, Revival of Handcrafts in Western North Carolina 1895-1929, undated

3 4

Volume 9: Cindy Kirkman, The Mountain People's Art, April 28, 1977

3 5

Volume 9: Patricia Baily, Quilt Making: A Living Needle Art in Appalachia, April 1976

3 6

Volume 9: Shirley Hise, Preserving Food, undated

3 7

Volume 9: Shirley Hise, Midwifery, undated

3 8

Volume 9: Shirley Hise, Feather Bed, undated

3 9

Volume 9: Shirley Hise, Dyeing, undated

3 10

Volume 9: Shirley Hise, Children's Games, undated

3 11

Volume 10: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

3 12

Volume 10: Gayle Childers, Sons and Daughters of the Legend: The Melungeons, undated

3 13

Volume 10: Melissa A. DuPuy, John Jacob Wiles, December 3, 1980

3 14

Volume 10: Robert Goodrich, The Socttsboro Trials of Haywood Patterson, December 3, 1981

3 15

Volume 10: Lewis Wright, Samuel Legerwood Patterson, undated

3 16

Volume 10: Clarence Potter: As Told by Jack Guy of Beech Creek, N. C., undated

3 17

Volume 10: Wynn Cherry, The Mission Work of William W. Skiles, May 3, 1978

3 18

Volume 10: Spencer Clary, Robert Love Taylor, undated

3 19

Volume 10: Cecilia E. Briggs William Trotter Weaver: Pioneer In Western North Carolina Electrical Development, 1983

3 20

Volume 10: Ray Moretz, A Preliminary History of the John Wine-Barger Family and Their Migration From Catawba County, North Carolina, December 1980

3 21

Volume 10: Jeannine G. Underdown, Thomas Clayton Wolfe: A Product of Southern Appalachia, November 25, 1980

3 22

Volume 10: Linda McDonough, Alvin C. York, December 10, 1980

3 23

Volume 10: Kenneth D. Elliott, Property Distribution and Slaveholding in Watauga County, North Carolina. A Study of Schedules I and II of the 1860 U.S. Census, May 5, 1978

3 24

Volume 11: Mary V. Bunker, Evolution of the Council of Southern Mountains, undated

3 26

Volume 11: Mary V. Bunker, Evolution of the Chronology of the Council of Southern Mountains- Appendix A, undated

3 27

Volume 11: Robert Goodrich, President Theodore Roosevelt's Southern Appalachia Tour of 1902, November 17, 1981

3 28

Volume 11: Robert Goodrich, Two Rememberable Floods in Southern North Carolina, October 20, 1981

3 29

Volume 11: J. Spencer Clary Jr., A Portrait of Southern Appalachia in the 19th Century, December 10, 1980

3 30

Volume 11: Eric Olson, Southern Appalachia,1865-1900, undated

3 31

Volume 11: Helen P. Hall, Struggles of the People of Southern Appalachia 1865-1920, undated

3 32

Volume 11: Sid Miller, Southern Appalachia From 1870 to 1930, undated

3 33

Volume 11: Patricia Sperry, Change in Appalachia 1880-1930, undated

3 34

Volume 11: Group Three, The Southern Appalachian Mountains in the 1850's, May 7, 1979

3 35

Volume 12: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

3 36

Volume 12: Ray Moretz, Migration and Settlement in Southern Appalachia, undated

3 37

Volume 12: Beth Wilson, The Scotch-Irish in the Colonial Southern Appalachian Mountains, May 8, 1978

3 38

Volume 12: Ray Moretz, German Settlement in Western North Carolina, undated

3 39

Volume 12: David Parker, A No Tail Bear- The Story of Blacks in Early Appalachia, undated

3 40

Volume 12: James Pegram, The Black Condition In Early Appalachia, May 9, 1977

3 41

Volume 12: Helen P. Hall, Blacks in Appalachia, undated

3 42

Volume 12: Edward J. Cabbell, Blacks and the Trans-Allegheny Frontier, undated

3 43

Volume 12: Edward J. Cabbell, Slaves in the Trans-Allegheny Frontier: A Few in Numbers but Always in the Midst, October 10, 1979

3 44

Volume 13: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

3 45

Volume 13: Jeffery L. Duncan, A Retrospective View of Skiing in the North Carolina Mountains, January 2, 1983

3 46

Volume 13: Mine War on Cabin Creek, undated

3 47

Volume 13: Tommy Bulla, Harlan County Kentucky During the Depression Era, May 4, 1977

3 48

Volume 13: Jeannine G. Underdown, Mine Camp Conditions at Cabin Creek, West Virginia, October 15, 1980

3 49

Volume 13: Sid Miller, Living and Working Conditions on Paint and Cabin Creek Before the Declaration of Martial Law, undated

3 50

Volume 13: Eric J. Olson, The Beginning of the Coal Creek Troubles, undated

3 51

Volume 13: Wesley A. Faulkner, Rise of Unions Among Appalachian Coal Miners, May 2, 1977

3 52

Volume 13: Steve Hill, Shorta Galacifolia- The Mystery Flower of North Carolina, 1983

3 53

Volume 13: Rebecca Herman, The Importance of the Ballad to the Culture of the Southern Appalachian Region, June 27, 1975

3 54

Volume 14: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

3 55

Volume 14: Cecilia E. Briggs, The Democratic Party in Madison County, 1983

3 56

Volume 14: J. Mark Hopper, The Development of Education in Ashe County, undated

3 57

Volume 14: Elizabeth C. Stevens, High School Consolidation in Avery County, North Carolina, 1983

3 58

Volume 14: Debby Brown, Burke County and Beyond, undated

3 59

Volume 14: Glenda Anderson, The Attitude of Caldwell County Toward the Korean War, December 17, 1982

3 60

Volume 14: Mildred D. Dunevant, The Carroll County- Allen Tragedy in Hillsville, Virginia, undated

3 61

Volume 14: Willa Ann Baker, Mitchell- A County of Turmoil, October 18, 1983

3 62

Volume 14: Eric N. Pierce, Struggle in Watauga: Stoneman's Raid, 1978

3 63

Volume 14: Diane Cook, The Wataugans and the Cherokee Nation, undated

3 64

Volume 14: Linda McDonough, Domestic Life in Wilkes County in the Early Twentieth Century As Portrayed in Three Fictional Works, December 3, 1980

3 65

Volume 14: Fred Owen Dellinger Jr., Voting Patterns in Presidential and Gubernatorial Elections in Wilkes County, 1876-1976, December 2, 1981

3 66

Volume 14: Fred Owen Dellinger Jr., Voting Patterns in U.S. Senate and Houses of Representatives Elections in Wilkes County, 1900-1978, December 3, 1981

3 67

Volume 14: Shirley A. Hise, W.A.M.Y., A Solution for Poverty for Watauga, Avery, Mitchell, Yancey, December 6, 1983

3 68

Volume 15: Table of Contents, Fall, 1984

4 1

Volume 15: Jeannine G. Underdown, Southern Appalachian Review, December 10, 1980

4 2

Volume 15: Jeffrey L. Duncan, History of A Small Town, December 9, 1982

4 3

Volume 15: Alan C. Caner, Asheville in 1900, August 1, 1980

4 4

Volume 15: James Beeler, A Short History of Montvale Springs, Tennessee, October 1, 1980

4 5

Volume 15: Glenda Anderson, Mortimer: Town of Hope and Disaster, October 27, 1982

4 6

Volume 15: Debby Brown, Review of Sloop Memorial Hospital, December 7, 1983

4 7

Volume 15: Elizabeth C. Stevens, The Development of Mountain Glen Golf Course, Newland, North Carolina, undated

4 8

Volume 15: Lowell K. Duncan, The History of the Cloudland Hotel, May 3, 1977

4 9

Volume 15: Edward J. Cabbell, Migration and Settlement in the Appalachian South, 1980

4 10

Volume 16: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall-Summer, 1984-1985

4 11

Volume 16: V. Kim Duckett, Appalachian Women: A Bibliography of Resources, November 1984

4 12

Volume 16: Craig Bradley, Early Travelers to Southern Appalachia: A Selected Bibliography, undated

4 13

Volume 16: Brenda Walsworth, Coal Mining and Unions: An Annotated Bibliography, undated

4 14

Volume 16: Linda H. Houpe, An Annotated Bibliography of Appalachian Books for Young People, November 9, 1984

4 15

Volume 16: Bethelen D. Clark, Annotated Bibliography: Ethnic Groups of Southern Appalachia, 1984

4 16

Volume 16: H. Carroll McCray II, Annotated Bibliography on Recreation in Appalachian Region, July 31, 1985

4 17

Volume 16: Deborah Thompson, Black Appalachian Women: An Annotated Bibliography, December 5, 1983

4 18

Volume 16: Ellen Willard, The Food and Cookery of Appalachia: An Annotated Bibliography, December 14, 1984

4 19

Volume 16: Elizabeth Tetterton, Children of Appalachia: A Selected Bibliography for Elementary Children, November 21, 1984

4 20

Volume 16: Craig Bradley, The Road by John Ehle, undated

4 21

Volume 16: V. Kim Duckett, Lucy Furman and the Quare Women, November 1983

4 22

Volume 16: Brenda Walsworth, Coaltown Revisited by Bill Peterson, undated

4 23

Volume 16: Linda Houpe, Book Review of Yesterday's People, September 18, 1984

4 24

Volume 16: Bethlene D. Clark, Book Review of the Tall Woman by William Dykeman, September 25, 1984

4 25

Volume 16: Carroll McCray, Rain on the Just by Kathleen Morehouse, May 21, 1985

4 26

Volume 16: Deborah Thompson, Book Review: Migrants, Sharecroppers, and Mountaineers, December 7, 1984

4 27

Volume 16: Elizabeth Tetterton, Book Review: The Dollmaker by Harriett Arnow, November 26, 1984

4 28

Volume 17: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, Fall-Summer, 1984-1985

4 29

Volume 17: V. Kim Duckett, Finding of Preliminary Research on the History of the Council on Appalachian Women, December 1984

4 30

Volume 17: V. Kim Duckett, Holston Conference, Female College, 1856-1861, December 1984

4 31

Volume 17: Jerry F. Boyer, A Brief History of Valle Crucis Mission and School, 1895 to 1942, December 1984

4 32

Volume 17: Craig Bradley, The A.J. Greene Diary and Watauga County: Reflection of a Native Son, undated

4 33

Volume 17: Craig Bradley, Voting Patterns in Watauga County: Presidential Elections, 1960-1984, undated

4 34

Volume 17: Brenda Walsworth, Watauga County, North Carolina 1880 and Enumeration of the Stony Fork Community, undated

4 35

Volume 17: Brenda Walsworth, Asheville and Buncombe County, 1933, December 3, 1984

4 36

Volume 17: Bethlene D. Clark, Asheville News Reporting in 1900, 1984

4 37

Volume 17: Bethlene D. Clark, 1860 Federal Census Study for Yadkin County and Booneville Township,, October 30, 1984

4 38

Volume 17: H. Carroll McCray II, Watauga County and Foreign Affairs, July 31, 1985

4 39

Volume 17: H. Carroll McCray, Watauga County Proudly Welcomes Home and World War II Soliders, July 31, 1985

4 40

Volume 17: Linda Houpe, The Story of Frankie Silvers, First Woman Hanged In North Carolina, undated

4 41

Volume 17: Linda Houpe, Children's Games of the Southern Appalachian Region, November 7, 1984

4 42

Volume 17: Linda Houpe, Image of Appalachia, The Region and It's People, May 2, 1985

4 43

Volume 17: Deborah J. Thompson, The Morning Star Gospel Program, May 10, 1985

4 44

Volume 17: Ellen Willard, The Slaveowners of Watauga County in 1860, December 11, 1984

4 45

Volume 17: Ellen Willard, The Former Slaveowner of Watauga County During and After the Civil War, December 14, 1984

4 46

Volume 18: Appalachian Regional History and Culture, Student Essays, Table of Contents, Spring, 1987

5 1

Volume 18: Charlene Gay Trestain, The Art of Recycling in Appalachia, 1986

5 2

Volume 18: Charlene Gay Trestain, The Junaluska Settlement, 1985

5 3

Volume 18: Charlene Gay Trestain, Traditional Arts in Appalachia, An Annotated Bibliography, 1985

5 4

Volume 18: Charlene Gay Trestain, Watauga Handcrafts, 1985

5 5

Volume 18: Adam Lawler, Harlan County, Kentucky Mine Wars of the Thirties, An Annotated Bibliography, December 16, 1985

5 6

Volume 18: Adam Lawler, Nixon and Appalachia: The Elections of 1960 and 1968, November 13, 1985

5 7

Volume 18: Adam Lawler, Autos in Western North Carolina: The Early Years, December 10, 1985

5 8

Volume 18: Lara C. Young-Sumpter, Vista Volunteer Murder in Madison County, North Carolina, December 10, 1985

5 9

Volume 18: Lara C. Young-Sumpter, Arthur Morgan School, 1985

5 10

Volume 18: Lara C. Young-Sumpter, Bibliography: The School Experience in Appalachia, December 3, 1985

5 11

Volume 18: Teresa Branch, Cockfighting in Appalachia, December 5, 1985

5 12

Volume 18: Teresa Branch, Watauga Slave Owners in 1860, December 8, 1985

5 13

Volume 18: Teresa Branch, Annotated Bibliography: Middle School/Jr. High, December 3, 1985

5 14

Volume 18: Matt Walpole, The Ridge Law in Watauga County: The Beginnings of Land Use Regulation, December 15, 1986

5 15

Volume 18: Matt Walpole, A Bibliography of Inexpensive Appalachia Fiction, December 12, 1986

5 16

Volume 19: Appalachian Regional History and Culture, Student Essays, Table of Contents, Spring, 1987

5 17

Volume 19: Gene Hyde, The Family and Tradition in Lee Smith's Family Linen, 1986

5 18

Volume 19: Gene Hyde, Annotated Bibliography: Modernization and the Mountaineer, 1986

5 19

Volume 19: Gay Hodges Isaacs, The History of Burley Tobacco in Watauga County, December 14, 1986

5 20

Volume 19: Gay Hodges Isaacs, Annotated Bibliography: The Decline of Small Farms in Appalachia- Social and Cultural Impacts, December 12, 1986

5 21

Volume 19: Jim O'Dell, Early American Herbal Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography, December 2, 1985

5 22

Volume 19: Lyle D. Bishop III, The 58th Regiment of North Carolina Infantry: A History Of it Travels, December 3, 1986

5 23

Volume 19: Lyle D. Bishop III, The Civil War in the Appalachian Mountains, undated

5 24

Volume 19: Rodger M. Gibbons, The Democrat Goes to War: Watauga County and the Great War, November 13, 1985

5 25

Volume 19: Rodger M. Gibbons, Reflections on the Church of God From 1797 to 1907: The Experience of the Davis Creek Church, December 9, 1985

5 26

Volume 19: Phylliss Gores Hollifield, Early Settlement of Reems Creek: 1784-1900, undated

5 27

Volume 19: Phyllis Gores Hollifield, The Buncombe Turnpike, December 10, 1985

5 28

Volume 19: Phyllis Gores Hollifield, Mountain Cooking, November 27, 1985

5 29

Volume 19: Mark Sherrod, Chapels in the Mountains, undated

5 30

Volume 20: Appalachian Regional History and Culture, Student Essays, Table of Contents, Spring, 1987

5 31

Volume 20: J. Samuel Oxford Jr., Malcom S. Taylor: 1906-1913, December 15, 1986

5 32

Volume 20: Dean Williams, Stock Law as a Factor in Declining Hog Production In Watauga County, North Carolina, undated

5 33

Volume 20: Dean Williams, Todd, North Carolina: The Railroad as Catalyst for Growth and Decline, undated

5 34

Volume 20: Dean Williams, Photographic Representation of Appalachia: An Annotated Bibliography, undated

5 35

Volume 20: Betsy Covington, The Frank Proffitts, Watauga Folk Artists 'Going Across the Mountains, O Fare You Well, 1985

5 36

Volume 20: Betsy Covington, Dr. William Reece Graham- Mountain Doctor, October 1986

5 37

Volume 20: Betsy Covington, Bibliography for Elementary School Study of N. C. Mountain Life, undated

5 38

Volume 20: Robert C. McAdams, Relationship Between Work Stock and Tenancy in North Carolina Mountain Counties in 1900, December 10, 1985

5 39

Volume 20: Robert C. McAdams, Mountain Social Life and Customs: A Bibliography, December 10, 1985

5 40

Volume 20: Robert C. McAdams, Watauga Agriculture in 1940- Changes in the Making, undated

5 41

Volume 20: Rodney F. Deal, The Relationship of Property Owners, Profession, and Popularity in Burke County, North Carolina on the Eve of the Civil War, December 15, 1986

5 42

Volume 20: Rodney F. Deal, Medical Ads in The Watauga Democrat 1910, 1920, December 15, 1986

5 43

Volume 20: Rodney F. Deal, Annotated Bibliography, December 15, 1986

5 44

Volume 21: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, 1986-1987

5 45

Volume 21: Wilma Gay Hodges, Zoning in Valle Crucis, North Carolina, 1986

5 46

Volume 21: Dean Williams, Photographic Representation of Appalachia, May 1986

5 47

Volume 21: Hank Stamm, The North Carolina Episcopal Church in the Watauga Missions, 1875-1903, May 5, 1987

5 48

Volume 21: Kelly L. Poe, The Poe Genealogy, May 6, 1987

5 49

Volume 21: Hank Stamm, A Bibliographic Essay on Oral History Sources, August 2, 1987

5 50

Volume 21: Hank Stamm, Watauga County Episcopalians, August 3, 1987

5 51

Volume 21: Ruth M. Hanes, Annotated Bibliographies, 1987

5 52

Volume 21: Sharon M. Stewart, Appalachian Literature, December 1, 1987

5 53

Volume 21: Davis Smith, Annotated Bibliography: Thomas Wolfe and Appalachia, December 8, 1987

5 54

Volume 21: Sharon M. Stewart, Avery County Middle School Consolidation vs. Community Schools, December 8, 1987

5 55

Volume 21: Dean Williams, Selected Bibliography of Local Color Short Stories, December 15, 1987

5 56

Volume 21: Dean Williams, An Examination of Female Stereotype in Mary Noales Murfree's in the Tennessee Mountains, December 14, 1987

5 57

Volume 21: Jim Beeler, The Business Activities of William Montgomery Churchwell in Knoxville, Tennessee 1845-1858, May 5, 1987

6 1

Volume 21: Wataugans Get Electrified, undated

6 2

Volume 22: Appalachian Regional History, Student Reports, Table of Contents, 1986-1987

6 3

Volume 22: Phyllis G. Hollifield, Buncombe County- A County in Transition, undated

6 4

Volume 22: Adam Lawler, Coal, Confusion and Controversy: Reactions to the Surface Mine Control and Reclamation Act of 1975, February 20, 1986

6 5

Volume 23: Mark Hooper, Elk Township Population Census 1910, May 6, 1987

6 6

Volume 22: Blair Griffith, Foxfire: The Benefits from an Educational and Cultural Standpoint, May 6, 1987

6 7

Volume 22: Avajan Miller, Greenway Baptist Church, April 25, 1987

6 8

Volume 22: Davis Smith, A History of Bethel School, December 14, 1987

6 9

Volume 22: Mike Cooke, The History of My Family's Land, May 5, 1987

6 10

Volume 22: Hank Stamm, Interview Transcript Mr. Hugh Alexander Dobbin III Recorded July 20, 1987, undated

6 11

Volume 22: Ruth M. Hanes, Midwifery, 1987

6 12

Volume 22: Adam Lawler, What Shall We Do? A Look at the Proposed Solutions to the Economic Problems of South West Virginia's Coalfields, May 5, 1987

6 13

Volume 23: 5513, Appalachia in a Social Context, Student Papers, Table of Contents, Spring, 1988

6 14

Volume 23: Gloria Jean Fulp-Paker, Alleviating Hunger in Watauga County Through the Home-Delivered Meals Program, May 11, 1988

6 15

Volume 23: Charles F. Bock, The Edgemont Community, May 9, 1988

6 16

Volume 23: Gene Hyde, Asheville in 1862: A Year of Transition, 1988

6 17

Volume 23: Sonya Hardin, Community Resources for Watauga County Elderly, undated

6 18

Volume 23: Deborah Rudolph, Comparative Black Families in Appalachia and the Piedmont, undated

6 19

Volume 23: Sandra Cockerham, A Historical Study of Stone Mountain, Traphill, North Carolina, April 1988

6 20

Volume 23: Matthew Walpole, Managing the Cone Estate: The Jefferson D. Brown Ledger Book 1906-1908, 1988

6 21

Volume 23: Geoffrey Graham, A Study of North Carolina Politics: Appalachian vs. Non-Appalachian Counties, May 9, 1988

6 22

Bob McCord, A Computer Analysis of the Asheville Census for 1870, May 12, 1977

15 1

The Great Train Robbery by Edwin S. Porter, undated

15 2

Interviews, April 1978, undated

15 3

Jim Marlowe, The Civil War in Western North Carolina: A Study of the Union Persuasion, undated

15 4

Jim Thomas, Spanish Intrigues in Franklin and Cumberland, November 22, 1976

15 5

Kathy Kight, Interview with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Mast Sr., Comments by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, Valle Crucis, N. C., April 1978

15 6

Kent R. Cave, The Early Development of the Asheville Street Railway Company, undated

15 7

Leslie Robin Bridgewater, Shull Family Cemeteries: Shull's Mill and Valle Crucis, November 14, 1977

15 8

Norman Schaich, Battle for the Blue Ridge Parkway, May 3, 1976

15 9

Stefan Pasti, Resource Sharing, undated

15 10

Student Papers, 1976-1978

15 11

Student Papers, 1979-1982, undated

15 12

Student Papers, back up floppy disc, undated

15 13

Student papers, maps, November 1983, undated

15 14
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Series II: Brinegar Cabin, 1957-1985, undated

Series Description

Series II: Brinegar Cabin is divided into two subseries.

Suberies A: Architectural Materials contains blueprints, brochures, information sheets, a map, newspaper articles, notes, and a report related the contruction and reconstruction of the Brinegar Cabin on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Subseries B: Family Materials consists of biographies, correspondence, and interviews all pertaining to the history of the Brinegar Family. Included are several descriptions of the Brinegar family written by genealogist Mrs. Thomas Hory as well as interviews dating from 1975 to 1978.

Subseries A: Architectural Materials, 1957-1978, undated

  Box Folder

Bibliography, undated

6 23

Blueprints, 1977-1978

6 24
  Oversize

Brinegar Cabin architectural drawings, 1977

Folders 1-2
  Box Folder

Brochures, 1978, undated

6 25

Information sheets, undated

6 26

Map, undated

6 27

Newspaper articles, 1957-1969, undated

6 28

Notes, undated

6 29

Report, undated

6 30

Subseries B: Family Materials, 1975-1985, undated

  Box Folder

Biographies, 1982, undated

6 31

Correspondence, 1982

6 32

Interviews: Leo Collins, Ruby Caudill Adams, Harrison Caudill, 1975

6 33

Interviews: Spencer Caudill, Edna Martha Ann Caudill Brooks, W. M. Ham, Harrison Caudill, Jr., Candice Brinegar Brown, 1977-1978

6  
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Series III: Academic Files, 1978-1989, undated

Series Description

Series III: Academic Files contains information about academic policies and procedures, courses, students, and general information related to Ross' work at Appalachian State University. Also included are materials related to Ross' teaching schedules and his work as Director of the Center for Appalachian Studies.

  Box Folder

Academic Policies and Procedures, 1981-1985

7 1

Appalachian Studies 5020- Colloquium in Appalachian Studies, Spring, 1988

7 2

Appalachian Studies Course Requirements for Registration, 1982-1983

7 3

Appalachian Studies Planning, 1979-1980

7 4

Business for Next Mtg. of Arts & Science Council, 1987-1989

7 5

The Campus [Appalachian State], article and building map, undated

15 15

Center for Appalachian Studies Letter of Acceptance 1978

7 6

Chinese Students Application to Appalachian Studies, 1985

7 7

Council of Arts & Sciences Next Meeting April, 1989

7 8

ETSU- Summer 1988 Program, T. Burton, 1987-1988

7 9

Half-Time Faculty Research Position, 1978

7 10

History 5208, Fall, 1987

7 11

Institute for Senior Scholars Semester Courses, Fall, 1987

7 12

Latin American Studies, 1988

7 13

Latin American Studies- Students, September 4, 1984

7 14

Miscellaneous Cores/Papers 1988

7 15

Miscellaneous Information For Graduate Student Requirement, 1985-1986

7 16

Registration Materials, 1986

7 17

Schedules for Appalachian Courses and Related Matters, undated

7 18

Teaching materials, undated

15 16
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Series IV: Civil War, 1981-1989, undated

Series Description

Series IV: Civil War contains correspondence, flyers, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera related to Ross' work with Civil War history and reenactments. A report giving a wartime biography of Brigadier General Rufus Barringer is also included.

  Box Folder

1986 Civil War Program, 1986

7 19

American Civil War Living History Program, 1985

7 20

Civil War, undated

8 1

Civil War, 1981-1986

8 2

Civil War Living History, June 12-14, 1987

8 3

Civil War Living History 1989

8 4

Civil War Living History Program, 1982-1983

8 5

Civil War Miscellaneous, 1987-1988, undated

8 6

Civil War Program, 1984

8 7

New Market Battlefield Park, undated

8 8

The War Record of Brigadier General Rufus Barringer and the 1st NC Cavalry Regiment, 1984-1985

8 9
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Series V: Events, Lectures, and Conferences, 1962-1988, undated

Series Description

Series V: Events, Conferences, and Lectures contains programs, lecture notes, and ephemera related to events, lectures, and conferences that Ross attended or in which Ross was involved. Included are literary events such as the John Fox Jr. Festival, ephemera from a play by Romulus Linney, various lectures given by Ross, and ephemera from Appalachian Studies Association conferences.

  Box Folder

Appalachian Folklife Festival, Beech Mountain, 1984

8 10

Appalachian Heritage Week, June 1988

8 11

Appalachian Quilting Party, June 21-24, 1989

8 12

Appalachian Regional Awareness Conference, Duffield, VA, July 10, 1986

8 13

Appalachian Studies Conference, 1984

8 14

Appalachian Studies Conference, 1986

15 15

Appalachian Traditions Seminar, Smithsonian Program, 1987

8 15

Appalachian Traditions Workshops, June 17-28, 1985

8 16

Appreciating the Past Understanding the Present- SS Program, 1984-1986

9 1

Bridge, 1987-1988

9 2

Carroll Reece Museum, ETSU, Ross lecture, March 1984

9 3

Central Wesleyan College—Talk, Fall 1986

9 4

Collections Management for the Small Museum- M.T.S.U., November 9-10, 1987

9 5

Cohutta Springs Speech, 1986

9 6

Dr. Carl Ross, Chairperson Notes, 1985

9 7

Eleventh Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference, March 6-8, 1986

9 8

Great Decisions, 1984

9 9

Great Decisions, 1985

9 10

History Department Lecture, 1962

9 11

John Fox, Jr. Festival, May 27, 1987

9 12

Lecture, Science Museums of Charlotte 1984

9 13

Lees MacRae, 1984

9 14

Lenoir Family Speech, July 18, 1987

9 15

Living with History: A Conference on the Role of Local History in Western North Carolina, 1978

9 16

Local History Conferences, 1978-1987

9 17

Morganton Outward Bound Lectures, April 8, 1987

9 18

Native American Festival- Ross/Corum, 1984

9 19

NCHC- ACS, 1985

9 20

NCL & HA Culture Week, November 6-10, 1987

9 21

New River Symposium- National Park Service, April 9-11, 1985

9 22

Rom Linney- Play, 1988

9 23

Ross- Requested TDA Bridge Funds, 1988

9 24

S. E. C. O. L. A. S.- Latin America, 1984

9 25

SECOLAS, 1988

10 1

SHA- Memphis, 1981-1982

10 2

Smithsonian Institute Summer Program, 1986

10 3

Smithsonian Seminars in Washington, D.C. September 21-26, 1986

10 4

Southeastern Council on Family Relations Speech, April 24, 1988

10 5

St. Lawrence University, June 3-5, 1987

10 6

Ulster- American Heritage Conference, 1984

10 7

Ulster- American Heritage Symposium, 1986

10 8

Wells- Mexico Workshop, 1981

10 9

Working People, 1987-1988

10 10

Workshops and Conferences, 1973-1981

15 17
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Series VI: Organizations and Societies, 1969-1988, undated

Series Description

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject and contains materials related to the organizations and societies in which Ross participated. Included are several historical socieities located within the Appalachian region, the Southern Historical Association, as well as a host of organizations concerned with the history of North Carolina.

  Box Folder

A Museum of American Frontier Culture, undated

10 11

ACS, 1980

10 12

American Association for State and Local History 1985-1986

10 13

American Historical Association, 1985-1986

10 14

American Historic Walking Tour Association, undated

10 15

Appalachian Consortium Chief Adm. Officers, 1984

10 16

Bernhardt Industries- John Christian Bernhardt, 1986

10 17

Bicentennial Magazines, 1987

10 18

Bicentennial of U. S. Constitution Commission, 1987-1988

10 19

Committee on Humanities, 1987

11 1

Downtown Boone Business Association, 1988

11 2

Federation Bulletin, 1983-1988

16 1

Federation Bulletin, 1984-1988

11 3

The Federation of NC Historical Societies Advisory Committee, 1987

11 4

Johnson County Historical Society, undated

11 5

Latin American Studies Association [LASA], 1984-1988

11 6

Local History Outreach, 1980-1981

11 7

Material Culture Programs, 1987-1988

11 8

Native American Council, 1985-1988

11 9

North Carolina Genealogical and Historical, 1986

11 10

North Carolina Historic Preservation Office, 1986

11 11

North Carolina Historical And Literary Society, 1986-1988

11 12

North Carolina Humanities Committee, 1983-1985

11 13

North Carolina Society of County and Local History, 1981-1982

11 14

North Carolina Institute of Applied History, October 1985

11 15

The Pioneer America Society, Inc., 1983

11 16

Rockefeller Foundation, January 18, 1988

11 17

Shenandoah Valley Historical Institute, 1984

11 18

Southern Historical Association, 1969-1987

11 19-20

Southern Historical Association- Houston, 1985

11 21

State Genealogical and Historical Organizations, 1986

11 22

Tau Kappa Epsilon [TKE], 1985

12 1

Western Office of Archives and History 1985

12 2

Whitfield-Murray Historical Society 1986

12 3

Wilkes Community College Local History Program, 1979

12 4

Workshop: Issues Relating to Local Historical Organizations, 1988

12 5
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Series VII: Personal and Correspondence, 1952-1988, undated

Series Description

Series VII: Personal and Correspondence contains the personal papers and correspondence of Ross and is arranged alphabetically by folder title. The original order and folder headings of Dr. Ross' filing system have been maintained. Correspondence includes letters from individuals such as East Tennessee historian Paul Fink and novelist Sharyn McCrumb.

  Box Folder

Addresses, 1978

12 6

Appalachian Collections Committee, 1981-1982

16 2

Appalachian History book, correspondence, 1979

16 3

Appalachian Studies Institute, undated

12 7

Captn. Edward F. Lovill, 1988

12 8

Carl A. Ross [PVT], 1983-1988

12 9

Copper Basin, 1983

12 10

Current Projects, undated

12 11

Doc and Merle tapes correspondence, 1986

16 4

Dr. Ross, Thank you Cards, 1987

12 12

Education ephemera, 1952-1953, undated

16 5

Fundraising, 1986

12 13

Fink, Paul, 1979

12 14

History News, 1986

12 15

Interviews, 1983

12 16

Jan Karon McKinney, Silver and Rockett, 1986

12 17

Letters, 1974

12 18

Letters- M, 1968-1978

12 19

Letters- Ross, 1968-1975

12 20

Letters of Recommendation, 1985-1988

13 1

Letters Regarding Latin Studies, 1974

13 2

Lulubelle and Scotty Wiseman, 1986

13 3

McCrumb, Sharyn, 1985

13 4

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1978-1988

13 5

My Love Is A Land So Fair, 1987-1988

13 6

Personal Memos, 1980

13 7

The President's Report, University of North Carolina by William Friday, 1976-1978

16 6

Richard Humphrey, undated

16 7

Ross’ Correspondence with Leroy Sossaman, 1987

13 8

Speakers, 1978

13 9

Special Parking Request, undated

13 10

Telephone Log, 1979-1980

13 11

University of Mississippi Center for Southern Studies/Grisham, undated

13 12
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Series VIII: Research, 1866-1988, undated

Series Description

Series VIII: Research consists of Ross's research, articles, grants, and proposals. Subjects include regionalism, folk medicine, health care, and oral history. Of special note are the original letters of the Kimbrough family of East Tennessee written in the years immediately after the Civil War.

  Box Folder

A Proposal to Reprint the Official Records, undated

13 13

American Regionalism, 1984-1985

13 14

Appalachia Today, 1984-1988

16 8

Appalachian Counties, undated

13 15

Appalachian Scholars, undated

13 16

Architecture, 1965-1985

13 17

Basin Cove: An Oral Record, 1983

16 9

Basin Cove: An Oral Record, Compiled and Edited by Carl A. Ross, 1983

17 1

The Battle of Athens Tennessee, undated

13 18

Clarinda Ross, 1986-1988

13 19

Charlotte Ross, 1985

13 20

Civil War Diary by J. W. Dugger, printed in the Watauga Democrat, May 14, 1891

17 2

The Decisive Decade, 1969-1979: A Report from the Chairman of the Department of History to the Chancellor of the University, undated

17 3

Dr. Carl Ross- Mexican Marxists, 1984

13 21

Dr. Cratis Williams, Heritage of Appalachia, Appalachian Consortium Meeting, Mars Hill College, October 9, 1971

17 4

Dr. Karen L. Simpkins, Half the Battle Is Knowing the Words, 1984

17 5

East Tennessee Letters, 1867-1887

17 6

East Tennessee Letters- Kimbrough letters, 1866-1867

17 7

Folk Medicine, undated

14 1

Hamilton Family, undated

14 2

Health- Rural/Urban, 1983-1985

14 3

Health Care and Related Subjects, undated

14 4

Historic Firearms, undated

14 5

Human Settlements, SACS- Self Study, 1979-1980

14 6

Jim Moretz- Gunsmith, undated

14 7

Maps- North Carolina Counties, undated

17 8

Maps- Watauga County, 1979

17 9

Moretz, Rev. Arlie, book, February 10, 1986

14 8

Murray County, Georgia, undated

14 9

Museum of American Frontier Culture proposal, undated

14 10

NCHC Projects 1979-1984

14 11

NEH Proposal, 1989

14 12

North Georgia Politics, 1984

14 13

Oral History Project, 1973

14 14

Project Grants, 1981-1983

14 15

Reviews and Articles, 1984-1986

14 16

Research materials, 1978-1986, undated

17 10-11

Rivers of Earth and Troublesome Creeks: The Agrarianism of James Still, February 7, 1985, undated

17 12

Sheets Cabin, October 16, 1977

17 13

Surry Community College, 1983-1987

14 17

Watauga County- Newspaper clippings, 1974-1978

17 14
  Oversize

Watauga County election results, newsclippings, 1960-1980

Folder 3
  Box Folder

Watauga Times Past, undated

14 18
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Series IX: Audiovisual, 1953-1986, undated

Series Description

Series IX: Audiovisual is divided into three suberies.

Subseries A: Black and White Photographs contains photographs related to student papers, personal photographs of the Carl Ross family, an original portrait of Lloyd Frazier [a criminal hung for murder in Whitesburg, Kentucky on May 21, 1927], and historic photographs of Watauga County, North Carolina.

Subseries B: Color Photographs consists of photographs from the 1986 Civil War reenactment at Camp Broadstone as well as a photograph of Dr. Carl A. Ross, Jr. and Clarinda Ross.

Subseries C: Oral Histories contains tapes from students who conducted oral histories. Included are the history of Montezuma, North Carolina directed by Dr. George Antone, an oral history project on Cool Springs Baptist Church in Deep Gap, North Carolina by Delmas Parker, an oral history project on western North Carolina by Rick Wilson conducted in 1975-1976, and an oral history project on Trade, Tennessee by Patricia Sperry.

Subseries A: Black and White Photographs, 1953-1976, undated

  Box Folder

Architecture photographs from student papers, November 1976, undated

18 1

Carl Ross family photographs, 1953, undated

18 2

Lloyd Frazier photograph, undated

18 3

Photographs from student papers, undated

18 4

Watauga Times Past photographs, 1967, undated

18 5

Subseries B: Color Photographs, 1961-1986

  Box Folder

1986 Civil War program photographs, 1986

19 1

Dr. Carl A. Ross, Jr. and Clarinda Ross, 1961

19 2

Subseries C: Oral Histories, undated

  Box Item

History of Montezuma, NC Tape 1 of 2: Side 1- Depression, Part I: Burt Harold, From Avery County, Side 2- Part I cont., Part II: John Hayes, (#1), undated

20 1

History of Montezuma, NC Tape 2 of 2: Side 1- History of Montezuma, North Carolina by John Hayes Part I, Side 2- Part III: Damon Vance, (#2), undated

20 2

Delmas Parker, Tape 1 of 3: Lloyd Church, Cool Springs Church, (#3), undated

20 3

Delmas Parker, Tape 2 of 3: Coy Church, (#4), undated

20 4

Delmas Parker, Tape 3 of 3: O. M. Watson, (#5), undated

20 5

Rick Wilson, Tape 1 of 8: J. M. Wilson, Part I- Farm Life, Hunting, Sheriff work, (#6), undated

20 6

Rick Wilson, Tape 2 of 8: J. M. Wilson, Part II- Hunting, Shooting, Politics, (#7), undated

20 7

Rick Wilson, Tape 3 of 8: Judge Will Pless- The law and courts in Western North Carolina, (#8), undated

20 8

Rick Wilson, Tape 4 of 8: Clyde Hempell- farming in Western NC, also Fox hunting, (#9), undated

20 9

Rick Wilson, Tape 5 of 8: The Great Depression [F. D. R.]- J. M. Wilson [1929-1940], (#10), undated

20 10

Rick Wilson, Tape 6 of 8: Dot Wilson, growing up in Buncombe Co./in the Depression [1930-1940], (#11), undated

20 11

Rick Wilson, Tape 7 of 8: Mae Wilson, life in Yancey County 1920-1940, (#12), undated

20 12

Rick Wilson, Tape 8 of 8: Stories my Mama Wilson told me, (#13), undated

20 13

Patricia Sperry, Tape 1 of 10: Ghost Stories, Robin Cornett, (#14), undated

20 14

Patricia Sperry, Tape 2 of 10: Early Rural String Bands, (#15), undated

20 15

Patricia Sperry, Tape 3 of 10: Mr. Fred Price and son, Kenneth Price, (#16), undated

20 16

Patricia Sperry, Tape 4 of 10: Quilting, (#17), undated

20 17

Patricia Sperry, Tape 5 of 10: Folk Songs- Randy Hutchinson, (#18), undated

20 18

Patricia Sperry, Tape 6 of 10: Chloe Pollard, Snake Lore, (#19), undated

20 19

Patricia Sperry, Tape 7 of 10: Fred Price, (#20), undated

20 20

Patricia Sperry, Tape 8 of 10: Karl Madron (Autobiography)- Parents, Curing meat, arrowheads, (#21), undated

20 21

Patricia Sperry, Tape 9 of 10: Folksongs- Leonard Fletcher, (#22), undated

20 22

Patricia Sperry, Tape 10 of 10: Side 1- Home Remedies by Gina Pierce- Mrs. Georgia Matherly, Side 2- Continued, Dora Pierce and Mrs. Callie Lowe, (#23), undated

20 23
  Box Folder

Oral History Project by Delmas Parker on Cool Spring Baptist Church, notes and supplementary materials, undated

21 1

Oral History Project by Rick Wilson, notes and supplemental materials, undated

21 2

Trade, Tennessee Recordings donated by Patricia Sperry, notes and supplemental information, undated

21 3
  Box

User CD Copies of Tapes #1-23 Oral Histories, undated

22

Archival CD Copies of Tapes #1-23 Oral Histories, undated

23