Appalachian Women and Traditional Music

Articles E - I

Women of Old-Time, Bluegrass, and Folk

Farris, Anne. "Jean Ritchie." Tennessee Folklore Society 32 (Summer 1966).

"Folksong's Favorite Family." Country Song Roundup, vol. 1, no. 11, April 1951.

Gerrard, Alice, Len Stanley, and Richard Harrington. "Hazel Dickens,
    the Working-Class Conscience of Harlan County U.S.A".: Unicorn Times,
    August 1977.

Green, Archie. "Aunt Molly Jackson and Robin Hood: A Study in Folk Re-creation."
    Journal of American Folklore 69, 1956: 23-38.

Green, Archie. "Aunt Molly Jackson as an Informant." Kentucky Folklore Record
    7.4 (October- December 1961):141-46.

Green, Archie, ed. "Aunt Molly Jackson Memorial Issue." Special issue of
    Kentucky Folklore Record 7.4(October- December 1961): 129-175.

Green, Archie. "Ben Robertson Meets Aunt Molly." Kentucky Folklore Record 7.4,
      October-December 1961: 133-39.

Green, Archie. "A Folklorist's Creed and Folksinger's Gift."
    Appalachian Journal 7 (1979-1980): 37-45.

Green, Archie. "A Great Rebel Passes On." Sing Out! December-January 1960-1: 31-32.

Green, Archie. "Mary Magdalene Stewart Jackson Stamos: 1880-1960."
    Kentucky Folklore Record 7 (1961): 129-30.

Gunning, Sarah Ogun. "My Name is Sarah Ogun Gunning.." Sing Out! 25.2,
    July-August 1976: 15-17. Godbey, Marty. "The Katie Laur Band." Bluegrass Unlimited, January 1978.

Hamm, Teresa. "Sarah Singleton: A Fiddler All Her Life. Goldenseal 18 (Summer 1992): 16-23.

Haney, Paul. "Women in Bluegrass: From the Women's Point of View." Bluegrass Unlimited 24
    (December 1989): 20-29.

Hayes, Evelyn. "Banjo Women." Heresies no. 10 (1980)

Helland, Dave. "Country My Eye- It's Hillbilly Where I Come From."
    Pickin' 4 (February 1977): 18-19;

High, Ellesa Clay. "A Tribute to Lily May Ledford." Appalachian Heritage
    14 (Spring 1986): 5-6. High, Ellesa Clay. "The Coon Creek Girl from Red River Gorge: An Interview with Lily May Pennington."
    Adena: A Journal of History and Culture of the Ohio Valley 2 (Spring 1977): 44-74.

Irving, Bacheller. "The Happiest Person I Ever Knew." American Magazine, March 1924, p. 7.

Women of Old-Time Country, and Country

Farrell, Frances. "The John Edwards Memorial Foundation as a Raw Data Source for the Study
    of Women in Country Music." JEMF Quarterly 13 (Winter 1977): 161-167.

Flippo, Chet. "Dolly Parton." Rolling Stone no. 246 (August 15, 1977): 32-38

Flippo, Chet. "Dolly Parton: Tennessee Mountain Home Grown." Rolling Stone no.198
    (October 23, 1975): 24

Green, Douglas B. "Loretta Lynn: An Historical Retrospective." Country Song Roundup,
    June 1980.

Green, Douglas B. "Maybelle Carter: Linking Mountain Folk with Modern Country."
    Pickin', vol.6, no.2, March 1979.

Grobel, Lawrence."Playboy Interview-Dolly Parton." Playboy, vol.25, no.10, October 1978.

Harden, Lydia Dixon. "Dolly Parton: Back to Country." Music City News, March 1991.

Harden, Lydia Dixon. "Wild Rose Comes into Bloom." Music City News, September 1990.

Hecht, Don. "I Remember Patsy Cline." Country Music, October 1973.

Hume, Martha. "The Strange and Private World of Loretta Lynn." Country Music 4, no.4
    (January 1976):30-33,54.

High, Allesa Clay. "The Coon Creek Girl from Red River Gorge:
    An Interview with Lily May Pennington." Adena, vol. 2, no. 1, Spring, 1977

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