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Guide to the Appalachian Presbyterians Survey Records, Series IV-V
 

Accession Number: 16
Appalachian Presbyterians Survey Records
1966-1968
5.4 linear ft.
Online Catalog Record (BANC)

Overview
History
Series Description
Series I - Reports
Series II - Coding Instructions
Series III - IBM Cards
Series IV - Interview Schedules
Series V - Miscellaneous

Access and Use

Provenance: The Appalachian Presbyterians Survey Records were acquired from Hart M. Nelsen by Berea College in 1974. They were opened for research in 1980.

Copyright Restrictions: Reproduction and/or analysis of the computer data cards produced by Nelsen can be done only with his permission. There are no other restrictions than those required by federal copyright laws.

Preferred Citation:
Appalachian Presbyterians Survey Records, Berea College Special Collections & Archives, Berea, Ky.

Related College Archives:

Series Description
13 Manuscript Boxes

Series IV Interview Schedules Boxes 3-13

This series consists of completed interview schedules for ministers, parishioners, clerks, church superintendents, and church-school teachers. They are organized by roll, state, and community.

Parishioner Interview Schedules
Kentucky

Box 3

  1. Ashland
  2. Ashland
  3. Ashland
  4. Ashland
  5. Cranks

Box 4

  1. Frenchburg
  2. Grace
  3. Hazard
  4. Hazard
  5. Hazard

Box 5

  1. Manchester
  2. Prestonsburg
  3. Prestonsburg
  4. Prestonsburg
Tennessee

Box 5

  1. Chuckey
  2. Chuckey

Box 6

  1. Kingsport
  2. Kingsport
  3. Kingsport
  4. Knoxville
  5. Knoxville

Box 7

  1. Knoxville
  2. Lookout Mountain
  3. Lookout Mountain
  4. Lookout Mountain

Virginia

Box 8

  1. Big Stone Gap
  2. Big Stone Gap
  3. Big Stone Gap
  4. Ceres
  5. Ceres

Box 9

  1. Haysi
  2. Haysi

West Virginia

Box 9, continued

  1. Charleston
  2. Charleston
  3. Charleston

Box 10

  1. Charleston
  2. Charleston
  3. Charleston
  4. Gap MIlls
  5. Gap Mills

Box 11

  1. Hugheston
  2. Hugheston
  3. Hugheston
  4. Wardensville
Church School Superintendent Schedules

Kentucky

Box 11, continued

  1. Ashland
  2. Cranks (Cawood)
  3. Frenchburg

Box 12

  1. Hazard
  2. Manchester
  3. Prestonsburg

Tennessee

Box 12, continued

  1. Chuckey
  2. Kingsport
  3. Knoxville
  4. Lookout Mountain

Virginia

Box 12, continued

  1. Big Stone Gap
  2. Ceres
  3. Haysi

West Virginia

Box 12, continued

  1. Charleston
  2. Gap Mills
  3. Hugheston
  4. Miscellaneous item

Miscellany

Box 12, continued

  1. General

Clerk of Session Schedules

Kentucky

Box 12, continued

  1. Ashland
  2. Cranks
  3. Manchester
  4. Prestonsburg

Tennessee

Box 12, continued

  1. Chuckey
  2. Kingsport
  3. Knoxville
  4. Lookout Mountain
  5. Miscellaneous item

Virginia

Box 12, continued

  1. Big Stone Gap
  2. Ceres
  3. Haysi

West Virginia

Box 12, continued

  1. Charleston
  2. Gap Mills
  3. Hugheston
  4. Miscellaneous item

Church School Teacher Schedules

Kentucky

Box 12, continued

  1. Ashland
  2. Cawood
  3. Cranks
  4. Frenchburg
  5. Hazard
  6. Manchester
  7. Prestonsburg

Tennessee

Box 12, continued

  1. Chuckey
  2. Kingsport
  3. Knoxville
  4. Lookout Mountain

Virginia

Box 12, continued

  1. Big Stone Gap

Box 13

  1. Ceres
  2. Haysi

West Virginia

Box 13, continued

  1. Charleston
  2. Gap Mills
  3. Hugheston

Minister Interview Schedules

Kentucky

Box 13, continued
  1. Ashland
  2. Cranks
  3. Frenchburg
  4. Hazard
  5. Manchester
  6. Prestonsburg

Tennessee

Box 13, continued

  1. Kingsport
  2. Knoxville
  3. Lookout Mountain

Virginia

Box 13, continued

  1. Big Stone Gap
  2. Ceres
  3. Haysi

West Virginia

Box 13, continued
  1. Charleston
  2. Gap Mills
  3. Hugheston
Series V Miscellaneous Box 13, cont.

Two journal reprints of articles by Nelsen explaining sampling and statistical analysis methods used in the survey.

Box 13, continued

  1. “Attitudes Toward Religious Education In Appalachia,”Religious Education, Jan-Feb 1970 (rpt)
  2. “Sectarianism, World View, and Anomie,”Social Forces, Dec 1974 (rpt)

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