Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 80-49
Content Description Bascom Lamar Lunsford (March 21, 1882 – Sept. 4, 1973) was a ballad singer, musician, festival promoter, and attorney in western North Carolina. He founded the Mountain Dance and Folk Festival in Asheville, NC. The collection contains a manuscript biography of Lunsford by Loyal Jones. The biography includes comments on the Appalachian people and on their traditional arts and songs.Loyal Jones and John Angus McLeod are listed as co-authors, but a letter from Loyal Jones explains...
Identifier: MSS 83-03
Content Description Cherokee Documents in Foreign Archives includes all materials relating to the Cherokee tribe found by Drs. William L. Anderson and James A. Lewis in the archives and other records depositories of Canada, France, Great Britain, Mexico, and Spain. The collection is on 800 reels of microfilm and includes sources which directly mention the Cherokee tribe or Cherokee territory, or which refer to Southern tribes in general. The collection also contains numerous references to about one hundred other...
Identifier: MSS 04-11
Content Description Twenty-First annual Hubert Hayes Youth Jamboree Brochure, April 24-26, 1969 (4 copies)Twenty-Second annual Hubert Hayes Jamboree Brochure, April 9-11, 1970 (4 copies)Twenty-Third annual Hubert Hayes Youth Jamboree Brochure, April 20, 29, May 1, 1970Twenty-Fourth annual Hubert Hayes Youth Jamboree Brochure, May-17-19, 1973 (3 copies)Twenty-Fifth annual Hubert Hayes Jamboree Brochure (n.d.)Brochure featuring story of Hubert & Leona...
Identifier: MSS 00-01
Identifier: MSS 12-01
Content Description The collection contains materials concerning the McKee, Dills, and related families, of western North Carolina, chiefly Jackson County, NC. Of note are several Civil War letters; a Certificate of Promotion to Second Lieutenant for C.S. Buchanan, July 26, 1863; and state of North Carolina Confederate currency.
Identifier: SM 80-02
Content Description The collection contains a photocopy of a booklet, The Battle of Fort Sumter and First Victory of the Southern Troops, April 13, 1861, published in Charleston, SC, in 1861. This account of the Fort Sumter affair is chiefly a compilation of reports by Charleston newspapers. The book is thirty-two pages in length and contains, in addition to an account of the battle, a description of Fort Sumter and the official correspondence of the Confederate command.The second item in the...