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1997MS354 Guide to the James S. Brown papers, 1917-2005 Processed by Archives staff; machine-readable finding aid created by Beth Eifler Special Collections 2007 Manuscripts University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 USA Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/Special/mss/ University of Kentucky Libraries. All rights reserved. Machine-readable finding aid derived from ${DERIVED}. Date of source: March 2007 Description is in English. Guide to the James S. Brown papers, 1917-2005 Contact Information Special Collections Manuscripts University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0039 Phone: (859) 257-8611 Fax: (859) 257-6311 Email: sclref@lsv.uky.edu URL: http://www.uky.edu/Libraries/Special/mss/ Processed by: Archives staff Date Completed: March 2007 Encoded by: Beth Eifler Copyright 2005 University of Kentucky. All rights reserved. James S. Brown papers, 1917-2005 1997MS354 Brown, James S. (James Stephen), 1916-1999 circa 110 cubic feet (245 boxes) The materials are in English. Throughout his academic career, sociologist and longtime University of Kentucky faculty member, James S. Brown made intensive studies of community life in eastern Kentucky. Set in Clay and Lee Counties, his "Beech Creek" studies constitute significant longitudinal research on kinship structure, social change, and migration in a 20th century American rural community. Materials include Brown's field notes from the Beech Creek work as well as other research and data, correspondence, publications, presentations and lectures, memorabilia, and photographs. University of Kentucky Libraries, Special Collections Some materials in this collection have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. Records in boxes 48-63, 73-97, 110-117, 149-155, and 238 are restricted through the year 2060 as follows:l) Materials are accessible only with the permission of the appropriate curator or archivist.2) Researchers must complete a manuscript restrictions form before access will be granted.3) The identification of any names of informants or their place of residence in any manner is prohibited.4) Materials may not be photocopied, microfilmed, or reproduced in any manner.To gain access contact: sclref@lsv.uky.edu Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. [Identification of item], James S. Brown papers, 1917-2005, 1997MS354, Special Collections, University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington Brown, James S. (James Stephen), 1916-1999.Schwarzweller, Harry K.Mangalam, J. J.Appalachians (People) -- Kentucky -- Social life and customs -- Case studies. Appalachians (People) -- Longitudinal studies. Appalachians (People) -- Kinship -- Kentucky. Rural families -- Kentucky. Rural-urban migration -- Kentucky. Rural-urban migration -- Appalachian Region.Rural-urban migration -- Longitudinal studies. Sociology, Rural. Kentucky -- History. Clay County (Ky.) -- History.Owlsley County (Ky.) -- History.FieldworkPhotographic prints James Stephen Brown was born on October 20, 1916 in a coal camp at McVeigh in Pike County, Kentucky. He spent the first 12 years of his life living in coal camps, where his father, Luther, worked for the YMCA, and his mother, Lydia, taught children's Sunday School. Because his parents wanted Jim and his brothers to have an opportunity for life beyond the coal camp experience, Jim's father took a job in Berea College's Broomcraft Department and the family moved to Berea, Kentucky in 1928.Brown earned an A.B. degree from Berea in 1937, majoring in economics with additional work in history, political science, and philosophy. He went on to study sociology at Harvard, was mentored by Talcott Parsons, and earned an M.A. in 1942 and a Ph.D. in 1950.Throughout his academic career, he was particularly interested in the social structure of eastern Kentucky and made intensive studies of community life in that region. His research emphasized kinship structure, but he was also interested in social change and the adjustment of migrants from rural Kentucky into their new urban settings.Brown worked as a Social Science Analyst with the U.S. Department of Education from 1945 to 1946, when he began work as an "assistant" in the University of Kentucky's Department of Rural Sociology. He was later promoted to Assistant Professor of Rural Sociology in 1949 and eventually, in 1965, to Professor. Under the Fulbright-Hays program, he was awarded a research fellowship in Germany (1954-55) at Bonn University, and later also in Italy (1964-65) at the University of Naples. He coauthored the book, Mountain Families in Transition (with Harry K. Schwarzweller and J.J. Mangalam), Pennsylvania State University Press, 1971. Brown's dissertation research was later published as Beech Creek: A Study of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood Berea College Press, 1988. He also published numerous academic articles and reports. Due to a disability, Brown retired from the University of Kentucky in the early 1980s, but continued to work with younger colleagues on a fourth phase of the Beech Creek project. He also maintained his personal relationships with Beech Creekers and with his former research associates until his death on October 28, 1999. Much of the information in this collection relates to James Brown's research on families living in eastern Kentucky, particularly his study of the social organization of three small communities in eastern Kentucky, which he called "Beech Creek." Materials include correspondence, publications, presentations and lectures, research and data, memorabilia, and photographs. Arrangement Organized into the following series: Biographical Materials (1917-2005), Office Files (1948-1997), Teaching Materials (1945-1984), Research Materials (1917-1992), and Audio-Visual Materials. Container List BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS, 1917-2005 Included here are biographical and autobiographical sketches of Jim's life, vitae, and some of his school work from Harvard.JAMES STEPHEN BROWN Biographical Narratives and Sketches 11Winchester, Frank J. "Meet Jim Brown: Author of Beech Creek." Manuscript, chapters 1-6, 2005. 12Winchester, Frank J. "Meet Jim Brown: Author of Beech Creek." Manuscript, chapters 7-11, 2005. 13Winchester, Frank J. "Some History and Genealogical Information on the Author of Beech Creek," undated. 14Various biographical sketches and lists of publications by James S. Brown, 1952-1980. 15Autobiographical notes prepared by James S. Brown for Thomas Ford, November 1985.[Another copy is available in the topical file with other Ford/Beech Creek materials.]16Vitae, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, 1967.[James S. Brown is on page 216.]17Vitae, University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, 1983.[James S. Brown is on page 11.]Awards and Recognitions18Distinguished Alumnus Award, Berea College, November 6, 1979.[Includes correspondence, comments on accepting the award, alumni newsletters announcing the award, and news clippings.]19Community and Appalachian Sociology: A Symposium in Honor of Willis A. Sutton Jr. and James S. Brown, Department of Sociology, University of Kentucky, 1987.[Includes correspondence, symposium program, and a bound copy of the presentations.]21Harvard Alumni Directories listing James S. Brown, August 1994 and January 1996. 22Tribute to James S. Brown by Virginia McCoy, March 20, 1997. Other Biographical Materials23Correspondence concerning the renting of Christ Church apartments at Rose and Vine in Lexington, Kentucky, August 1974. 24Information packet on Mayfair Village, service as needed apartments, June 1992. 25Funeral information for James S. Brown, including a funeral notice, obituary from the Lexington Herald-Leader, and photocopies of photographs of James S. Brown's life with descriptions. MemorabiliaBerea College26Transcript and Bachelor of Arts diploma, 1937. 27Phi Kappa Phi, honors fraternity. [Includes letters, initiation ceremony, and award.]28Honorary degree of the Doctor of Humane Letters, 1992.[Includes diploma, commencement bulletin, news clippings, and announcement.]29Miscellaneous Berea College materials, including various alumni newsletters and information on the Hutchins Library.Certificates and Honors210Certification of Fellowship with the American Sociological Association, January 1, 1959. 211Certificate of Appreciation, Hazel Green Academy, July 17, 1978. 212Invitation to the Kentucky Library Associates dinner with featured speaker Robert Coles, 1980. Other Personal Mementos213Poem by Walter Couch about coal mining, December 24, 1921. 214Various materials on folk dancing, 1949 and undated. [Includes formation guides, music, and notes.]215Miscellaneous airline and train ticket stubs and postcards, 1961-1964. 216Happy birthday sign, undated. 217Wheel-chair bag from Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital, undated. 218Various religious pamphlets, undated. 219Application for reinstatement of citizenship in the state of Kentucky, undated.[Hand-written, mock application.]31 The Holy Bible. Standard edition, newly edited by the American Revision Committee, 1901. [Presented to James S. Brown by Berea College and the Foundation-Junior High School for excellence in bible study during 1929-1930.]Address Books, Daybooks, and Diaries32 Address Book, undated. 33 Address Book, undated. 34 Address cards, A-D, undated. 35 Address cards, E-J, undated. 36 Address cards, K-P, undated. 37 Address cards, Q-Y, undated. 41 Diary, 1947.42 Diary, 1948.43 Diary, 1949.44 Diary for everyday, 1950. 45 Diary, 1951.46 Diary, 1952. 47 Diary, 1954.48 German diary, 1955. 49 Diary, 1955.410 Diary, 1956. 411 German diary, 1956. 412 Excelsior diary, 1957.413 Diary, 1958.414 Diary, 1959. 415 Diary, 1961-1962.416 Day planner, 1964. 417 Agenda, 1965.418 Touring Club Italiano, Italian diary, 1966.419 Diary, 1968.420 Touring Club Italiano, Italian diary, 1969.421 National Diary, 1969.422 Monthly Planner, 1977-1978.STEPHEN LUTHER BROWN[James S. Brown's father (d. October 24, 1971).] 51Correspondence and address book, 1917-1939 and undated. 52Funeral information including a eulogy, sympathy cards, "In Memoriam" book, correspondence, and obituaries. OFFICE FILES, 1948-1997The Office Files include materials relating to Brown's career as a professor at UK, including his involvement with various departments at the University as well as outside professional organizations.CORRESPONDENCE Includes both personal and professional correspondence.611942-1949621950-1959631960-19616419626519636619646a119656a219666a319676a4January-April 19686a5May-December 19686a6January-March 19696b1April-July 19696b2August-December 19696b3January-May 19706b4June-December 19706b51971-19736b619746b719756c11976-19796c21980-19896c31993-19996c4undatedPERSONNEL FILES71Distribution of effort (a.k.a. service load) on the academic personnel report, 1961-1979.72Performance evaluations, 1964-1978 and undated.73Travel vouchers, leave requests and payroll information, December 1948-December 1962.[Also includes related correspondence.]74Travel vouchers, leave requests and payroll information, January 1963-March 1973 and undated.[Also includes related correspondence.]TOPICAL FILESAn - Ca81Annual Report -- The Economics of Institutional Arrangements for Viable Rural Communities in the Great Plains, 1971.82Appalachian Center -- Correspondence, Newsletter, and Articles, 1975-1977.83Appalachian Community -- Service networks newsletter, undated.84Appalachian Film and Video -- Lists of films, 1975. 85Appalachian Research Institute -- Memorandum, April 1968-July 1969 and undated.86Catalogs of Publications -- Book flyers, 1979-1986 and undated. Community DevelopmentIndonesian DelegationNOTE: See also Box 239, Folder 4 for a photograph related to the Indonesian Delegation.87Bibliography and Correspondence, 1957.Pakistan DelegationNOTE: See also Box 239, Folder 3 for photographs related to the Pakistan Delegation.88Clippings, 1958.89Correspondence -- Personal, January 1958-May 1959.810Correspondence -- Professional, November 1956-January 1960.811Evaluation of the 1957 Program of Study.812Miscellaneous Notes, 1956-1959 and undated. 813Orientation for organizers held at the University of Georgia, 1958.91Report of the training program in community development, February 9, 1958-June 21, 1958. 92Report of the community development training program, February 9-May 2, 1959.93Supplementary materials, 1954-1955. 94Syllabus, itinerary, and lists of participants, 1959.Cou - Fo95Council of Southern Mountains -- Bylaws, correspondence, and clippings, March 6, 1969. 96Downtown Lexington -- Housing survey, June 1986. 97East Tennessee State University -- Appalachian Center Newsletters, March 1979-1982. 98East-West Population Institute -- Bulletin, 1974. 99Follow-Up Survey -- Ontonagon County High School, Michigan, undated.Fulbright GrantGermany910Application and information on living arrangements and scholars in Germany, 1953-1954. 911Correspondence, 1952-1955. 912Miscellaneous, 1953-1954. [Includes information on obtaining passport and other notes.]ItalyNOTE: See also Box 239, Folder 6, Items 83-84 for photographs related to JSB's Fulbright grant in Italy.101Application and information on living arrangements and scholars in Italy, 1962. 102Correspondence, 1962-1964. 103"The Family as a Social System in These Types of Italian Communities," 1964. [Drafts.]104Occupational Aspirations of Young People -- Materials gathered in the anticipation of the research study, 1965. 105Occupational Aspirations of Young People -- Research study materials, 1964-1965. 106Papers gathered by James S. Brown while in Italy, undated.107Sicilian Institute for the Training of Development Workers, program and notes, 1964. 108Sociology for Agriculture Economics, Intersession in Economic and Social Development Seminar, April-May 1965. 109United Nations European Study Group, March 28-April 17, 1965. 111United Nations European Study Group -- Group 4 report, March 28-April 17, 1965.112United Nations European Study Group -- Articles from the group, March 28-April 17, 1965.Gu - Ham113Guidelines -- Instructions on the use of various social science methodologies for research projects, 1948 and undated. 114Guidelines -- Research in rural development and criteria to be considered in the selection of centers of excellence, April 3, 1970. 115Hamilton County -- Appalachian People's Service Organization (HAPSO), newsletters, 1980-1983. Harvard UniversityCourse and Reading NotesOrganized alphabetically by lecturer and/or author.116Henderson, L.J. 117Kluckhohn, Clyde.[Served as one of James Brown's dissertation advisors.]118Kluckhohn, Florence.119Linton, Ralph.1110Malinowski.1111Mead, Margaret.1112Mills, C. Wright.1113Miner, Horace.1114Myrdal, Gunnar.1115Parsons, Talcott .[Served as one of James Brown's dissertation advisors.]121Parsons, Talcott.122Parsons, Talcott.123Parsons, Talcott.124Perry, Ralph Barton.125Sociology 1b.126Sociology Seminar.127unknown author, "Toward a Common Language for the Area of Social Science."128unknown author, miscellaneous notes from publications.129unknown author, miscellaneous class notes .Miscellaneous131Foreign language exams.132Miscellaneous publications.In - NDEA133Instructions -- Developing project proposals at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, undated. 134International Sociological Association -- Newsletters 7-18, 1976-1978. 135Letcher County -- Welfare programs and demographic data, 1969.136Mental Health: Correspondence and grant application, 1977-1978. 137Mental Health: Research bulletin and psychological scales, 1962 and undated. 138Mountain Empire Community College -- John Fox Jr. Festival flyer, 1977.139Mountain Spirit Award -- Nominations, including nomination form for Myles Horton, 1987.1310Music and Dance -- Publications, 1986. 1311NDEA Counseling and Guidance Institute -- Publications and Brochures, 1966-1967. Professional Conferences and MeetingsArranged chronologically by conference/meeting date.1312December 28-30, 1949 -- Rural Sociological Society -- James S. Brown presented paper, "The Southern Appalachians." 1313September 18, 1959 -- Southern Appalachian Studies Conference, Berea, Kentucky -- James S. Brown gave speech, "Migration Within, to and From the Southern Appalachians, 1935-1959." 1314May 5-6, 1960 -- Population Association of America Annual Meetings, New York City -- Correspondence and invitation. 1314aMay 13-14, 1960 -- Conference on Urban Problems, sponsored by The Regional Commission on Urban Problems, Lexington, Kentucky -- Correspondence, notes, schedules. 1315July 14, 1960 -- Program for Research Seminar in Rural Development Problems -- Copy of questionnaire, notes, and agenda. 1316November 8-10, 1960 -- Labor Mobility and Population in Agriculture Conference at Iowa State University -- Notes and documentation. 1317November 8-10, 1960 -- Labor Mobility and Population in Agriculture Conference at Iowa State University -- Papers gathered by James S. Brown while at the conference. 141January 29-31, 1962 -- Living Resource Forum, West Virginia University -- Correspondence, notes, invitation and agenda. 142February 5-7, 1962 -- Association of Southern Agricultural Workers,Jacksonville, Florida -- Agenda, correspondence, notes, and drafts of paper that James S. Brown was to present. 143March 22, 1962 -- 54th Annual Research Conference -- Program, notes. [Paper presented at this conference by James S. Brown, "Population Changes in the Various Sections of the Southern Appalachians, 1950-1960" is filed in Box 42, Folder 4.] 144May 11-12, 1964 -- Rural Urban Migration Conference, Bethesda, Maryland -- Correspondence, lists of participants and notes. 145May 11-12, 1964 -- Rural Urban Migration Conference, Bethesda, Maryland -- Papers presented at the conference. 146June 23, 1966 -- National Teacher Corporation meeting -- Correspondence. [James S. Brown was a speaker.] 147August 26-29, 1966 -- Rural Sociological Society -- Correspondence, abstract of paper and draft of program. 148October 18-20, 1967 -- Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, West Virginia University -- Correspondence, conference agenda, and program. [James S. Brown presented paper, "Population and Migration Changes in Appalachia."] 149October 18-20, 1967 -- Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, West Virginia University -- Secondary materials used for paper including articles, and notes. 1410October 18-20, 1967 -- Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, West Virginia University -- Data and tables used for paper. 1411October 18-20, 1967 -- Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, West Virginia University -- Notes and maps of southern Appalachia. 1412October 18-20, 1967 -- Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, West Virginia University -- Early rough draft and outline of paper. 1413October 18-20, 1967 -- Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, West Virginia University -- Two later edited drafts of paper. 14a1May 17-18, 1968 -- Rural Urban Conference,sponsored by the University of Louisville -- Correspondence and related articles. 14a2November 4-8, 1968 -- Conference on Migration and Behavioral Deviance, Puerto Rico -- Agenda, participant list, papers by participants, and copy of a paper presented by James Brown and Harry Schwarzweller, "Social Class Origins and the Economic, Social, and Psychological Adjustment of Kentucky Mountain Migrants: A Case Study."NOTE: See also Box 238, Folder 6a, Items 84a-84e for photographs related to this conference. 14a3November 4-8, 1968 -- Conference on Migration and Behavioral Deviance, Puerto Rico -- Correspondence and expense accounts (January 1968-June 1969). 14a4February 13-14, 1969 -- Appalachian Research Institute Planning Conference, University of Kentucky -- Minutes. 14a5March 6-8, 1969 -- Research in Adaptation of Migrants, Atlanta, Georgia -- Agenda, roster and notes. 14a6April 18-19, 1969 -- Behavioral Aspects of Disease, University of Kentucky -- Agenda, correspondence, and notes. 14a7May 1-3, 1969 -- Ohio Valley Sociological Society and the Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meeting -- Correspondence, documentation and program. 151June 9-12, 1969 -- National Rural Housing Conference, Warrington, Virginia -- Correspondence, agenda, notes, and expenses. 152August 28-31, 1969 -- Rural Sociological Society Annual Meeting -- Program and copy of paper presented by James S. Brown, "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: A Study of Migration Stream Systems, 1955-1960." 153April 9-11, 1970 -- Southern Sociological Society 33rd Annual Meeting -- Meeting notes, hotel and flight information. 154April 23, 1970 -- Georgetown College Sociology Club -- Notes from speech. 155May 17-20, 1970 -- Social Welfare Research Needs Seminar, sponsored by the University of Kentucky -- Program, agenda, memos and notes. [James S. Brown served as a commentator.] 156June 16, 1970 -- Southern Regional Demographic Meeting -- Agenda, minutes, proposal of activities and map of ORAU (Oak Ridge Associated Universities) locations in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.locations in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. 157July 7-8, 1970 -- Southern Regional Demographic Meeting -- Correspondence, amended bylaws, notes, and minutes. 158August 26-30, 1970 -- Rural Sociological Society Annual Meeting -- Correspondence. 159November 12, 1970 -- Southern Regional Demographic Meeting -- Correspondence, minutes and notes. 1510November 19, 1970 -- The National Social Science Honor Society -- James S. Brown gave a guest address. 1511November 22-23, 1970 -- Southern Rural Sociology Research Committee Planning Session -- Agenda and correspondence. 1512March 18-20, 1971 -- Southern Regional Demographic Meeting -- Correspondence and announcement. 1513October 4, 1971 -- Southern Regional Demographic Meeting -- Correspondence and notes. 1514April 20, 1972 -- Appalachians in an Urban Environment, University of Cincinnati -- Correspondence, agenda and publications. 1515June 11-13, 1972 -- Southern Rural Sociology Research Committee Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia -- Minutes. 1516August 30- September 7, 1972 -- International Symposia -- Concerned with productivity of world ecosystems and human populations urban and migrant. 1517June 3-5, 1973 -- Southern Rural Sociology Research Committee Annual Meeting,Atlanta Georgia -- Minutes. 1518October 11-13, 1973 -- Southern Rural Demographic Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia -- Agenda and financial report. 1519March 10-11, 1978 -- Appalachian Studies Conference, Berea College -- Correspondence, agenda and newsletters. 1520August 14-19, 1978 -- 9th World Conference of International Sociological Association -- Information and request and registration forms. 1521August 14-19, 1978 -- 9th World Conference of International Sociological Association -- Paper drafts [never delivered] and background materials for the paper. 1522August 14-19, 1978 -- 9th World Conference of International Sociological Association -- Resource materials, Sanders, Irvin T., Rural Society, 1977. 161August 14-19, 1978 -- 9th World Conference of International Sociological Association -- Papers to be delivered at meeting to a group headed by J.J. Mangalam. 162March 16-18, 1979 -- Appalachian Studies Conference, Jackson's Mill, West Virginia -- Agenda, participant lists, and newsletters. 163March 21-23, 1980 -- Appalachian Studies Conference, East Tennessee State University -- Agenda, correspondence, newsletters and James S. Brown's expense documents. 164May 21-22, 1981 -- Appalachian Studies Conference -- Notes. 165March 26-28, 1982 -- Appalachian Studies Conference, Virginia Tech University -- Brochure, call for papers, and information. 166October 6-8, 1982 -- Southern Regional Demographic Meeting -- Paper by Thomas R. Ford, Household and Family Changes in Central Appalachia, 1958-1976. 167May 11-12, 1984 -- Appalachian Research Conference, Berea College -- Correspondence, brochure and agenda. Public ServiceArranged in chronological order.168July 1959 -- Workshop on Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants -- Correspondence, program and notes. 169June 27-29, 1960 -- Conference on Goals and Values in Agricultural Policy, Iowa State University -- Brochure, correspondence, program, and papers collected. 1610July 1960 -- 2nd Workshop on the Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants -- Correspondence, agenda, and newsletter. 1611October 17-18, 1960 -- Conference of Appalachian Governors -- Correspondence, notes and program. 1612October 27, 1960 -- Rural Health Conference, Morehead State University -- Correspondence, data, notes. 1613May 9-10, 1961 -- Kentucky Community Development Worker's Conference, University of Kentucky -- Correspondence, planning materials, and notes. 1614July 1961 -- 3rd Workshop on the Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants -- Correspondence, agenda, paper and notes. 1615October 3-4, 1961 -- Training Conference in Economic and Social Development Subject Matter -- Correspondence and notes. 1616December 12-13, 1961 -- Kentucky Dam Workshop -- Objectives. 16171962 -- Lexington Ministerial Association Christ Church Episcopal -- Notes, correspondence, and tables. 171April 1962 -- Breathitt County Discussion Group -- Tables, data, and notes. 172April 13-14, 1962 -- Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Seminar on Drop-Outs -- Agenda, correspondence, and related materials. 173May 9-10, 1962 -- A Socio-Economic Workshop of Eastern Kentucky Ministers and Church Institutions, sponsored by the Council of the Southern Mountains -- Correspondence and notes. 174June 18, 1962 -- Governor's Conference on Reapportionment, Frankfort, Kentucky -- Data and tables. 175July 13-27, 1962 -- Workshop on the Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants -- Correspondence, agenda, and notes. 176July 21, 1962 -- Berea College Alumni Association Panel Discussion on Appalachia -- Correspondence and news clippings. [James S. Brown spoke on an alumni panel] 177October 1962 -- Seminar in London, Kentucky -- Correspondence, notes, tables, and news clippings. 178October 20, 1962 -- Council of the Southern Mountains Regional Meeting, Quicksand, Kentucky -- Correspondence, program and agenda. 179November 1, 1962 -- Letcher County Seminar on Resource Development, Quicksand, Kentucky -- Correspondence and tables. 1710November 26-28, 1962 -- Conference on Christian Churches of Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky -- Correspondence, notes, publications and speech titled, "A Sociologist's Look at Kentucky." 1711December 1962 -- Social Dependency, Louisville, Kentucky -- Correspondence and news clipping. 1712January 11, 1963 -- American Association of University of Women, Fairmont State College, West Virginia -- Correspondence and news clippings. 1713February 1963 -- Hazard Seminar -- Speech notes and news clippings. 1714February 20, 1963 -- 51st Annual Conference of the Council of the Southern Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tennessee -- Correspondence, notes and speech given by James S. Brown. 1715February 20, 1963 -- 51st Annual Conference of the Council of the Southern Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tennessee -- Drafts of speech titled, "The Southern Appalachians and the Nation: A Tightening Web of Relationships." 181April 18-19, 1963 -- American Association of University Women, Clinch Valley College, Wise, Virginia -- Correspondence with Helen Lewis. 182May 2, 1963 -- Clay County Seminar -- Notes. 183June 5-7, 1963 -- 6th Annual Director's Conference, Home Mission Ministries, Hazel Green Academy, Kentucky -- Correspondence and agenda. 184June 10-12, 1963 -- 6th Annual Meeting of the Synod of West Virginia -- Correspondence, notes. 185July 24-25, 1963 -- Southeastern Community Development Association, University of Tennessee, Knoxville -- Correspondence and agenda. [James S. Brown presented a paper, "Problems and Possibilities in the Southern Appalachian Region," of which there are two copies in the Publications and Presentations section of this collection: one, dated 1963, can be found in Box 44, Folder 9; the other, undated, can be found in Box 47, Folder 3.] 186August 11-13, 1963 -- Disciple Appalachian Study Conference, Christmount Christian Academy, Black Mountain, North Carolina -- Correspondence and papers presented. 187March 31, 1964 -- Conference on Eastern Kentucky Research, Frankfort, Kentucky -- Correspondence, notes, and memos. 188April 22-23, 1964 -- Appalachian Development Conference, Berea College, Kentucky -- Correspondence, publications, notes and speech titled "The Human Factors in Economic Development." 189July 13-14, 1964 -- Mental Health in Appalachia: Problems and Prospects in the Central Highlands, National Institute of Mental Health -- Correspondence and conference reports. 18101965 -- Kentucky Development Committee -- Correspondence and minutes. 18111966 -- Kentucky Development Committee -- Correspondence and minutes. 1812February 24-26, 1966 -- Research on Mental Health Services to the Disadvantaged, Southern Regional Education Board -- Report, brochures, correspondence, notes, and papers collected. 1813April 1-2, 1966 -- Council of the Southern Mountains, Conference on Migration and Migration Adjustment -- Agenda, program, correspondence, and publications. 1814May 19-21, 1966 -- Conference on Design of Intervention Research, Nashville, Tennessee -- Correspondence, notes, and program. 1815May 1966 -- Knox County Seminar -- Agenda, notes, and planning materials. 1816May 1966 -- Pine Mountain Family Life Seminar -- Correspondence, program and notes. 1817July 8-20, 1966 -- 8th Workshop on Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants -- Program and brochure. 18a1November 30-December 3, 1966 -- Mental Health in Appalachia Conference, Southern Regional Education Board -- Transcripts and outlines of sessions. 18a2November 30-December 3, 1966 -- Mental Health in Appalachia Conference, Southern Regional Education Board -- Correspondence. 18a3November 30-December 3, 1966 -- Mental Health in Appalachia Conference, Southern Regional Education Board -- Notes and drafts of the research. 18a4November 30-December 3, 1966 -- Mental Health in Appalachia Conference, Southern Regional Education Board -- Final report and related correspondence. 1911967 -- Kentucky Development Committee -- Reports. 192March 13-15, 1967 -- Training Conference for Cooperative Extension Service Personnel: Techniques of Working with Low Income People, Lexington Kentucky -- Correspondence, agenda, notes and speech by James S. Brown, "Who are the Poor." 193April 1967 -- Public School Teacher Lecture, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio -- Correspondence, notes, and pencil on napkin sketch of James S. Brown. 194May 26, 1967 -- Board of Education Consultant Meeting, Alice Lloyd College -- Correspondence, programs and lists of participants. 195May 26, 1967 -- Board of Education Consultant Meeting, Alice Lloyd College -- Materials for educational consultants. 196October 3, 1967 -- CORA Annual Meeting, Charleston, West Virginia -- Correspondence, conference materials, notes and news clippings. 197October 3, 1967 -- CORA Annual Meeting, Charleston, West Virginia -- Drafts of paper presented, "The Appalachian Family." 198November 14-16, 1967 -- Appalachian Pastors Conference, Bristol, Tennessee -- Newsletter. [Paper presented at this conference by James S. Brown, "The Appalachian Family as a Human Resource," can be found under Publications and Presentations in Box 46, Folder 16.] 1991968 -- Kentucky Development Committee -- Minutes and correspondence. 1910January 1968 -- Board of Educational Advisors, Alice Lloyd College -- Contains letter looking for right "man" to fill post of executive dean. 1911July 12-24, 1968 -- 10th Workshop on Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants -- Programs and correspondence. 1912November 20-22, 1968 -- Regional Libraries Workshop -- Correspondence, notes and related articles. 1913January 1969 -- Extension Workshop on Training Extension Aides -- Notes. 1914February 1969 -- In-Service Training Workshop, Quicksand Extension Area -- Correspondence, agenda, notes. 1915April 18-19, 1969 -- Board of Educational Advisors, Alice Lloyd College -- Correspondence and minutes. 1916April 23-25, 1969 -- CORA Annual Meeting, Charleston, West Virginia -- Correspondence, meeting information. 201June 1969 -- Appalachian Adult Basic Education Teacher Training Workshop -- Correspondence, agenda, notes. 202July 20, 1969 -- Public School Teacher Lecture, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio -- Correspondence. 203July-September 1971 -- Alumni Appalachian Committee -- Correspondence and notes. 2041972 -- Appalachian Committee of the Cincinnati Human Relations Committee -- Minutes and publications. 205April 20, 1972 -- Appalachian Conference, University of Cincinnati -- Correspondence, vitae, participants. 2061973 -- Appalachian Committee of the Cincinnati Human Relations Committee -- Correspondence, minutes, publications and notes. 2071974 -- Appalachian Committee of the Cincinnati Human Relations Committee -- Correspondence and minutes. 208March 1974 -- Urban Appalachian Council Conference on Urban Appalachians -- Correspondence, working papers and maps. 209June 17, 1974 -- An Institute on Urban Appalachians: Improving Human Services Delivery -- Brochure, news clippings, and directions. Research and Grant ProposalsArranged in chronological order.2010June 6, 1947 -- Recommendation for Statistical and Research Activities in the Division of Farm Population and Rural Welfare. 2011March 27, 1956 -- Proposed Research Project on Eastern Kentucky -- Memo, bibliography. 20121958 -- Research in Religion and Morals of Southern Appalachian Studies -- Preliminary materials for Earl Brewer's study of religion that eventually was published in Thomas Ford's The Southern Appalachian Region: A Survey, 1962. 2013July 1, 1961 -- Habenstein, Robert W. and Allen D. Coult, "The Functions of Extended Kinship in an Urban Milieu." 2014February 1968 -- Family Relationships as Related to Migration, Occupation, and Social Participation. 2015January 1969 -- Changing Human Characteristics and the Use of Kentucky Rural Resources. 2016March 10, 1969 -- Cain, Stephen R., Research Proposal for the Study of Student Teachers from Eastern Kentucky. 2017circa late 1960s -- partial bibliography of works by James S. Brown, J.J. Mangalam and Harry Schwarzweller for grant proposal. 20181970 -- Child Rearing Practices in Eastern Kentucky.[Includes code key and correspondence.] 2019December 14, 1971 -- An Analysis of Migration Patterns of Appalachia. 2020December 16, 1971 -- Research on the Development of Appalachia. 2021April 1972 -- Center for Population Research. 2022November 9, 1972 -- Research to Improve the Quality of Life in Appalachia, University of Kentucky.[Cover letter asking for research leaders.] 20231974 -- Future Health Care Needs in an Appalachian Area. 211September 25, 1975 -- Appalachian Fertility Decline: A Sociocultural Analysis. 212August 1977 -- Social, Demographic and Economic Correlates of County and Area Migration Rates in Kentucky. 2131977 -- Inhalants and Youth: Alienation in Cultural Groups. 2141977-1978 -- Patterns of Family Mobility and Rural Poverty. 215January 1978 -- Research on the Social and Economic Determinants of Fertility Trends in the United States, 1940-1975. 216Undated -- An Economic Analysis of Migration from Rural Eastern Kentucky to Selected Urban Centers. Re - Union217Retirement Benefits, University of Kentucky -- Letter from James S. Brown to UK President Donovan, January 20, 1951. 218Revenue-Sharing County Flow Matrix, 1977-1978. 219Sociological Association Awards -- 1985-1989. 2110Southern Regional Demographic Group -- Correspondence, brochure and 1973 and 1978 lists of members. 2111Southern Regional Demographic Group -- Newsletters, April 1971- December 1972. 2112Southern Regional Demographic Group -- Newsletters, March 1973-August 1981. 2113Student Survey Questionnaire on Religion, 1949. 2114Toynbee, Arnold J. -- Correspondence and comments regarding Toynbee's views on Appalachia and mountaineers, 1947-1979. 2115Union College -- Appalachian semester announcement, undated. University of KentuckyAgricultural Experiment Station2116List of bulletins, circa 1974. 2117Research in rural sociology, 1969-1983. Appalachian Center2118Materials used to construct grant proposal to plan and establish the Appalachian Center at UK, 1975-1976 and undated. 221Correspondence, 1980-1982. 222Correspondence, 1983-1989 and undated. 223Grants -- Materials used to construct grant proposal to plan and establish the Appalachian Center at UK, 1975-1976 and undated. 224Grants -- Appalachian Studies Program grant application to the National Endowment of Humanities, circa 1977. 225Newsletters, 1980-1985. 226Prospectus and progress reports, 1978-1979. 227Publicity and promotion materials, 1976-1989 and undated. 228Research Reports -- "Appalachian Education Indicators: Statistical Profiles of School Districts in Kentucky: A Preliminary Report," 1981. 229Research Reports -- "Employment Patterns and Projections: Toward an Economic Development Strategy for Appalachian Kentucky," 1981. 2210Research Reports -- "Dropout and Functional Illiteracy Rates in Central Appalachia: Appalachian Data Bank Report #1," March 1985. 231Research Reports -- "Appalachian Students at the University of Kentucky: A Report," 1987. 232Research Reports -- "Greater Appalachian Regional Data Bank (GARD): Agricultural Change in the Mountain South at the Turn of the Century: Appalachian Data Bank Report #8," December 1989. As - Co233Association of Emeriti Faculty -- newsletters, 1993-1997. 234Center for Development Change -- Correspondence, July 1962-May 1972. 235Center for Development Change -- Correspondence, undated. 236Center for Development Change -- Research proposal to The Office of Economic Opportunity. "Study to Determine Causes of Rural to Urban Migration by Low-income Negroes, Mexican-Americans, and Appalachian Whites." February 23, 1969. 237Center for Development Change -- Baseline Study Project, 1973.238Correspondence -- General -- 1968-1987.Department of Sociology239Application form for the 1986 summer faculty curriculum development fellowships, 1986. 2310Articles relating to Eastern Kentucky, undated. [Note says that these articles were kept on reserve at the library for students.]2311College enrollment projections for state institutions of higher education, 1958-1970. 2312Committees -- Community service, 1960-1962.[Memos, agendas, articles, and brochures.] 2313Committees -- Rural sociology and agricultural economics at the University of Kentucky's community colleges, 1964.[Includes memos, learning objectives, and syllabus.] 2314Committees -- Social research service, 1959.[Includes correspondence, notes, and paper.]2315Correspondence -- 1961-1989, undated. 241Directory of holders of Ph.D. degrees awarded 1946-1956, January 1957. 242Faculty seminars, 1958 and undated.[Includes memos.] 243Fellowship announcements from other schools, 1977-1985. 244Review of rural development program, May 1973. 245Rural sociology research publications, undated. 246Soc-gram newsletter, 1983-1994 and undated. 247Teacher evaluation form, undated. 248Unknown and miscellaneous, 1968-1986 and undated. Fa - St249Faculty -- Salaries, circa 1973-1974. 2410Libraries -- Subject guide to research in Appalachia, 1975-1980. 2411Senate -- Member list and minutes, 1984-1986. 2412Student Organizations -- Lists, 1951-1954. Ur - We2413Urban Appalachian Council -- Correspondence and meeting minutes, 1980-1982. 2414Welfare System and its effects -- Outline notes for project, undated. TEACHING MATERIALS, 1945-1984COURSES Course materials reflect classes taught by James S. Brown at the University of Kentucky and are arranged by department and course number. Included are course outlines, syllabi, class rolls, lecture notes/materials, student papers and correspondence, and teacher evaluations. Some research materials relating to course content are included and have been arranged alphabetically by topic. Rural Sociology 10-110251 Fall 1947252 Fall 1948253 Fall 1949254 Fall 1950Rural Sociology 10255Spring 1950256Spring 1951257Fall 1951258Spring 1952259Spring 19532510Fall 19542511Spring 19562512Fall 19572513Spring 19582514Comparison of rural and urban populations, undated.2515Lecture notes, undated.2516Resource materials, undated. 2517Rural Populations, undated.Rural Sociology 156261Fall 1962262Spring 1963263Fall 1963264Spring 1964265Fall 1965266Spring 1966267Agriculture, 1950268Agriculture, 1952-1953269Community planning271Culture and Race272Culture, Society, Personality273Education274Families- notes275Families- publications, 1950-1967. 276Health and Welfare277Population and Migration278Religion vs. Schools281Rural Occupations282Rural Regions and Culture283Social Change284Social Class285Social Mobility286Social Processes287Urbanization [1 of 2]288Urbanization [2 of 2]289Values2810Miscellaneous lecture notes and materialsRural Sociology 5132811Fall 1964[NDEA (National Defense Education Act) Guidance and Counseling Institute.]Rural Sociology 565291Spring 1962Rural Sociology 773292Spring 1965293Spring 1966Sociology 1312941953 [Course proposal and application]Sociology 432295Spring 1948Sociology 531296[Summer] 1962297Spring 1963298Spring 1964299Fall 19652910Fall 1966301Fall 1967302Fall 1968303Fall 1968304Fall 1969305Fall 1969306Fall 1970307Fall 1977308Student evaluations of teaching, undated. 311American Economy, undated.312American Politics, undated.313"Americans at Mid-Decade."[Publication by the U.S. Department of Commerce.]314Beliefs and Values, undated.315Business and Industry, 1963-July 18, 1966. 316Business and Industry, July 23, 1966-1969. 317Education, notes. 318Education, publications. 319Family321Instruction materials [Instructor's manual for American Society, 3rd ed. and synopsis of 2nd ed; also contains a paper titled "Our Contemporary Society" -- all authored by Robin M. Williams, Jr.]322Kinship323Population324Race325Religion326Social groups and organization327Social Stratification328Youth329Youth Culture -- publications. 331Youth Culture -- Haight-Ashbury Maverick, 1967 and Berkeley Barb, vol.5, no.9, issue 107, September 1969.332Miscellaneous lecture notes and materials.Sociology 534333New course application, correspondence and notes 1969-1970.334Spring 1971, class rolls and rules. 335Spring 1971, final exams. 336Spring 1971, student papers A-L.337Spring 1971, student papers L-R. 341Spring 1971, student papers S-W.342Spring 1971, student evaluations. 343Spring 1972344Spring 1973345Fall 1975346Spring 1978347Miscellaneous lecture notes and materials, undated.Sociology 561348Spring 1963Sociology 565351Summer 1970, class roll, lecture notes and materials, and correspondence. [Extension course taught at Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes, Kentucky.]352Summer 1970, student papers. Sociology 571353Spring 1963Sociology 772354Fall 1973Sociology 773355Spring 1969Sociology 780--2356Spring 1967Sociology 780-3357Summer 1970Sociology 792358Summer 1964MISCELLANEOUSMaterials reflect notes, outlines, syllabi, and related materials collected or generated by James S. Brown between 1945 and 1978. Arranged chronologically by date.3591945-1948351019483611949362c19493631950-1951364Summer 1951 [Sociology 65a-Summer course taught by James S. Brown at University of Alabama]365Summer 1951 [Sociology 71a-Summer course taught by James S. Brown at University of Alabama]3661951, 1952[Contains two Bureau of Government Research publications by Keith Vanlandingham, "The Fee System in Kentucky Counties" and "Financial Management in Kentucky Counties."]367Spring 1952 [Psychology Seminar]3681953-19543691960-1963371196337219643731964-19683741969-1978375undated [1 of 2]376undated [2 of 2]STUDENT WORK381Mary Ann Quarles, master thesis, "A Comparison of Some Aspects of Family Life Between Two Areas of Leslie County, Kentucky," 1952. 382Martin Jay Crowe, dissertation, "The Occupational Pattern of a Selected Group of Eastern Kentuckians in Southern Ohio," 1964. 383Group project, "Preparing Appalachian Youth for Life and Adjustment on the Outside: A Study of Migrant Youth in the Fayette County Schools and in Appalachian Schools," April 20, 1965. 384Claire C. Kelly, master thesis, "Eastern Kentucky: A Descriptive Analysis of the Population," May 1968. 391Jim Henry's dissertation, project proposal, 1970.392Jim Henry's dissertation, correspondence, 1970.393Jim Henry's dissertation, interview schedule, 1970.394Jim Henry's dissertation, code key for work deck, 1970.395Jim Henry's dissertation, data and tabulations, 1970.396Jim Henry's dissertation, written analysis, 1970.397Jim Henry's dissertation, final copy, "Child-Rearing Practices in Mountain Counties, Kentucky," 1970. 401Bob Guiss, preliminary draft of dissertation proposal, 1974. 402David Walls, "An introduction to Appalachia as a Social Problem," chapter from dissertation, 1976. 403Lillian Sue Green, dissertation, "Rationalization and the Structuring of Power in the State: The U.S. Forest Service in Conflict, Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, Virginia," 1984. 404Abstract of research proposal form for Sally Ward Maggard, 1984. 405Proposal for study by Charleen McArliffe, 1984. 406Jane Murry, thesis, untitled, undated. [With James S. Brown's handwritten comments, presumably a master's student of his.]RESEARCH MATERIALS, 1917-1992WORKS BY JSB Publications and Presentations 1942-1959 411Lecture notes on Newfound, by James S. Brown. From a lecture given to Miss Dingman's "Man and Family" class at Berea College, November 25, 1942.412Brown, James S. A book review of John Gunther's work, Inside U.S.A. found in Mountain Life and Work, vol. 23, no. 4, Winter 1947. 413Brown, James S. "Annual Report of Research Activities in Rural Sociology, 1947," 1947. 414Brown, James S. and Howard W. Beers. Rural Population Changes in Five Kentucky Mountain Districts. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 532, June 1949.[Includes notes.]415Brown, James S. "Rural Sociological Research in the Southern Appalachians." Prepared for the Rural Sociological Society Meeting, December 1949. 416Brown, James S. "Chapter II: Eastern Kentucky: Historical Background." The Social Organization of an Isolated Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood, 1950. 417Brown, James S. "Social Class, Intermarriage, and Church Membership in a Kentucky Community." The American Journal of Sociology, vol. LVII, no. 3, November 1951. 418Brown, James S. "The Class Schema as a Tool for Analysis of Intermarriage and Church Membership in a Kentucky Mountain Community." The American Journal of Sociology, vol. 57, no. 3, 1951. [Includes drafts, comments, and correspondence with The American Journal of Sociology regarding publication of article.]419Brown, James S. "The Conjugal Family and the Extended Family Group." American Sociological Review, vol. 17, June 1952. [Includes drafts, published article, correspondence, and the program of the American Anthropological Society's Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting, September 5-7, 1951, where the paper was presented.]4110Brown, James S. The Family Group in a Kentucky Mountain Farming Community. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 588, June 1952. [Includes drafts, reviews of the publication, and correspondence.]4111Brown, James S. Paducah: An Embryonic Metropolis. Bureau of Community Service, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kentucky. Kentucky Community Series, Number 10, July 1952. 4112Brown, James S. The Farm Family in a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 587, August 1952. 4113Richardson, Paul D. and James S. Brown. Population Estimates for Kentucky Counties, April 1, 1953. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Progress Report 14, October 1953. 4114Brown, James S., Paul D. Richardson, and Ralph J. Ramsey. What Do You Want To Know About Kentucky's Population?: A Summary of Population Data for Counties. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Progress Report 19, April 1954. [Includes notes and tables.]4115Brown, James S. "The Ethos of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood," from "The Social Organization of an Isolated Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood." Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Harvard, 1950. [dated May 1958] 4116Brown, James S. and Ralph J. Ramsey. The Changing Kentucky Population: A Summary of Population Data for Communities. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Progress Report 67, September 1958. 4117Brown, James S. "Migration Within, To, and From the Southern Appalachians, 1935-1959: A Preliminary Report on the Southern Appalachian Studies Migration Project." Given to the sponsors of the studies and religious leaders, Berea, Kentucky, September 18, 1959.[Includes earlier draft.] 1960421Brown, James S. A Brief Historical Look at Eastern Kentucky, September 1960. 422Brown, James S. "A Look at Population Trends and Characteristics of Eastern Kentucky," September 1, 1960. (Not for publication.) 423Brown, James S. "Some Comments on the Institutional Structure of Eastern Kentucky," September 1, 1960. (Not for publication.) 424Brown, James S. "Population Changes in the Various Sections of the Southern Appalachians, 1950-1960," November 1960.[Paper presented at the 54th Annual Research Conference, March 22, 1962. Information about this conference may also be found in Box 14, Folder 3.]425Brown, James S. and K. M. George. Components of Population Change, Southern Appalachians, 1940-50 and 1950-60: Estimates of New Migration and Natural Increase for Each Standard Metropolitan Area, State Economic Area, and County. University of Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky, in cooperation with Southern Appalachian Studies, Berea College. Progress Report [unnumbered], November 1960.[Drafts and notes.]426Brown, James S. "Footnotes, Sources, Procedures, and Explanations." Southern Appalachian Data Book, circa 1960.[Drafts.]427Brown, James S. "Footnotes, Sources, Procedures, and Explanations." Southern Appalachian Data Book, circa 1960. [Drafts.]428Brown, James S. "Introduction and Organization of the Book." Southern Appalachian Data Book, circa 1960. [Draft.]429Brown, James S. "List of Counties in Each State Economic Area and Each Metropolitan Area." Southern Appalachian Data Book, circa 1960. [Includes maps of Appalachian counties.]4210Brown, James S. "Lists of Tables." Southern Appalachian Data Book, circa 1960. 4211Brown, James S. Southern Appalachian Data Book, circa 1960.[Notes, tables, and correspondence.]4212Brown, James S. Population Tables, EKRDP (Eastern Kentucky Resource Development) counties, circa 1960. 1961-1962431Brown, James. A Brief Historical Look at Eastern Kentucky and The Corbin Trade Area, "Look at Our Past -- Plan for Our Future." Discussion group documents, January 1961.[Includes speeches, notes, newspaper clipping.]432"Discussion of James Brown and George Hillery concerning the factors section of the migration chapter," February 13, 1961.[Concerns "The Great Migration, 1940-1960." Includes October correspondence and two copies of transcript, each with notes and corrections.]433Brown, James S. "The People of Eastern Kentucky." Speech, given April 14, 1961 at the Pine Mountain Settlement School, Pine Mountain, Kentucky. [Includes correspondence and magazine article.]434Hillery, George A., Jr. and James S. Brown. "Some Conclusions on Migratory Streams From a Study of the Southern Appalachias: Tables." Read before the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, May 5, 1961. 435Brown, James S. and George A. Hillery, Jr. "Southern Appalachian Migration: 1940-1960," November 1961. [Includes rough drafts of article and tables with notes and corrections.]436Mangalam, J.J., Harry K. Schwarzweller, and James S. Brown. "A Reconsideration of the Notion of Adjustment: An Exploration." Proceedings of the Southern Agricultural Workers Association, February 1962. 437Brown, James S. and Ralph J. Ramsey. Tables on Population and Population Characteristics, Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Counties. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. RS-18, September 1962.438Schwarzweller, Harry K., and James S. Brown. "Education as a Cultural Bridge between Eastern Kentucky and the Great Society." Rural Sociology, vol. 27, no. 4, December 1962. [Includes drafts and published article.]439Brown, James S. and George A. Hillery, Jr. "The Great Migration, 1940-1960," from The Southern Appalachian Region: A Survey. Thomas Ford, ed., Lexington, Ky.: University of Kentucky Press, 1962. [This is a copy of the original article and also includes correspondence, notes, and organizational materials such as agendas, memos and other materials. Also, Harold Gibbard has an article in the Ford Survey and has notes included here.]4310Ford, Thomas, ed. The Southern Appalachian Region: A Survey. Lexington, Ky.: University of Kentucky Press, 1962. Includes James S. Brown and George A. Hillery, Jr.'s "The Great Migration, 1940-1960."[Paperback, Conference Edition]4311Ford, Thomas, ed. The Southern Appalachian Region: A Survey. Lexington, Ky.: University of Kentucky Press, 1962. Includes James S. Brown and George A. Hillery, Jr.'s "The Great Migration, 1940-1960." [Hardback edition]1962-1967441Brown, James S. Public Welfare Programs: A Concern for Every Citizen, circa 1962. 442Brown, James S. Harry K. Schwarzweller, and Joseph J. Mangalam. "Kentucky Mountain Migration and the Stem-family: An American Variation on a Theme by Le Play." Rural Sociology, vol. 28, no. 1, March 1963, pp. 48-69. [Notes and correspondence.]443Brown, James S. Harry K. Schwarzweller, and Joseph J. Mangalam. "Kentucky-Mountain Migration and the Stem-Family: An American Variation on a Theme by Le Play." Rural Sociology, vol. 28, no. 1, March 1963, pp. 48-69. [Drafts with handwritten comments.]444Brown, James S. Harry K. Schwarzweller, and Joseph J. Mangalam. "Kentucky-Mountain Migration and the Stem-family: An American Variation on a Theme by Le Play." Rural Sociology, vol. 28, no. 1, March 1963, pp. 48-69.[Published article.]445Brown, James S. and Ralph J. Ramsey. Kentucky's Population in the 1960's: A County Data Book. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Progress Report [unnumbered], April 1963. [Draft.]446Speech: "Population Trends." Southeast Center, Cumberland, Kentucky, May 14, 1963. [Includes correspondence and speech notes.]447Speech: Jackson High School Commencement Services, May 30, 1963. [Includes correspondence, program, and speech notes.]448Brown, James S. "The Southern Appalachians and the Nation: A Tightening Web of Relationships," May 1963. [Edited draft of address given at the 51st Annual Conference, Council of the Southern Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, February 20, 1963.]449Speech: "Problems and Possibilities in the Southern Appalachian Region," given at the Southeastern Community Development Association Conference, 1963.[Includes multiple drafts and notes.]4410Speech: "Eastern Kentucky: Today and Tomorrow," given at the UK Women's Club, March 3, 1964. [Notes and thank-you note.]4411Brown, James S. "Social Class Origins, Migration, and Economic Life Chances: A Case Study of a Rural-Urban Migration System." Paper to be delivered at the 1964 Rural Sociological Society Meetings, Montreal, Canada.[Correspondence, draft, and abstract.]4412Hillery, George A., Jr., James S. Brown, and Gordon F. De Jong. "Migration Systems of the Southern Appalachians: Some Demographic Observations." Rural Sociology, vol. 30, no. 1, March 1965, pp. 33-48. [Published article.]4413Brown, James S. "Migratory Streams from the Southern Appalachians to Specified Metropolitan Areas in the Midwest, 1949-1950," April 1966. 4414Schwarzweller, Harry K., and James S. Brown. "Social Class Origins, Rural-Urban Migration, and Economic Life Chances: A Case Study." Rural Sociology, vol. 32, no. 1, March 1967, pp. 5-19. [Notes, drafts, and published article.]4415Brown, James S. "The Appalachian Family: A Somewhat Detailed Description of a Nonexistent Phenomenon." Revised address, given at the annual meeting of the Commission on Religion in Appalachia (CORA) at Charleston, West Virginia, on October 3, 1967. [Draft with comments and notes.]1967-1970451Brown, James S. "Population and Migration Changes in Appalachia." Address given by Dr. Brown at the Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, sponsored by West Virginia University, at Mont Chateau Lodge, Morgantown, West Virginia, October 18, 1967. [1 of 2][Three drafts with written comments.] 452Brown, James S. "Population and Migration Changes in Appalachia." Address given by Dr. Brown at the Rural Appalachia in Transition Conference, sponsored by West Virginia University, at Mont Chateau Lodge, Morgantown, West Virginia, October 18, 1967. [2 of 2] 453Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: Hinterlands and Growth Centers; A Study of Migratory-Stream Systems, 1955-60," circa 1967. 454Speech notes, Concordia Lutheran Church, Cincinnati, April 16, 1968. [Handwritten notes.] 455Mountain Life and Work: The Magazine of the Appalachian South, September 1968: "The Migrants -- A Special Report." [Entire issue.]456Schwarzweller, Harry K. and James S. Brown. "Social Class Origins and the Economic, Social and Psychological Adjustment of Kentucky Mountain Migrants: A Case Study." Working paper for Conference on Migration and Behavioral Deviance, Puerto Rico, November 4-8, 1968. [Includes drafts.]457Brown, James S. "The Ethos of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood," March 13, 1969, taken from The Social Organization of an Isolated Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood. Unpublished thesis, Harvard. 458Schwarzweller, Harry K. and James S. Brown. Social Structure of the Contact Situation: Rural Appalachia and Urban America. Appalachian Center Information Report 1, West Virginia University Bulletin, Series 69, no. 12-6, June 1969. 459Brown, James S. and Jim G. Henry. "Clay County Child-Rearing Study," Summer 1970. 4510Brown, James S. "A First Look at the 1970 Census." Mountain Life and Work, July-August 1970. [Includes copy of published article, drafts, and correspondence.]4511Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachia's Population in 1970," August 1970. [Drafts with notes.]4512Brown, James S. "Components of Population Change in Central Appalachia," November 1970. [Untitled drafts.]1970-1986 and undated461Brown, James S. "Factors Related to Migration," circa 1970.[Drafts.]462Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Population Change: 1960 to 1970." Comments on drafts dated July 1971. Includes correspondence.463Brown, James S. "Some Random Ideas About Effects of Population Changes Upon Educational Institutions," November 12, 1971. [Drafts.]464Brown, James S. "Chapter 2: Population and Migration Changes in Appalachia," from Change in Rural Appalachia: Implications for Action Programs. Photiadis, J. D. and H. K. Schwarzweller, eds., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971. 465Brown, James S. and Harry Schwarzweller. "Chapter 5: The Appalachian Family," from Change in Rural Appalachia: Implications for Action Programs. Photiadis, J. D. and H. K. Schwarzweller, eds., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971. 466Schwarzweller, Harry K. and James S. Brown. "Chapter 8: Education as a Cultural Bridge between Appalachian Kentucky and the Great Society," from Change in Rural Appalachia: Implications for Action Programs. Photiadis, J. D., and H. K. Schwarzweller, eds., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1971. 467Brown, James S. "The Family Behind the Migrant," from Appalachia in the Sixties. Walls, David S. and John B. Stephenson, eds., Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1972. 468Brown, James S. "Migration: Take it or Leave it; A Look at the 1970 Census," from Appalachia in the Sixties. Walls, David S. and John B. Stephenson, eds., Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1972. 469Speech documents, University of Cincinnati, "Appalachian Migrants in Urban Schools" (class), Thomas E. Wagner, professor, January 24, 1973.[Includes correspondence and related documents.]4610McCoy, Clyde B. and James S. Brown. "Appalachian Migration to Midwestern Metropolitan Areas," 1974. [Written for The Invisible Minority, edited by William Philliber and Clyde B. McCoy.]4611McCoy, Clyde B. and James S. Brown. "Migration Streams to South Florida and Characteristics of Intra-Metropolitan Receiving Areas," circa 1975. [Abstract and Appendix.]4612Ford, Thomas R. and James S. Brown. "Population Change in Eastern Kentucky," circa 1977.[Includes handwritten data notes and correspondence.]4613Brown, James S. "An Appalachian Footnote to Toynbee's A Study of History." Appalachian Journal, vol. 6, no. 1, Autumn 1978. [Draft and published article.]4614Brown, James S. and Clyde B. McCoy. "Southern Appalachian Migration to and From Midwestern Metropolises: A Study of Migratory-Stream Systems," 1979. [Draft and correspondence.]4615Brown, James S. Cherniack, Martin, M.D., The Hawk's Nest Incident: America's Worst Industrial Disaster. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1986. 194 pages. Book review, 1986. [With notes and newspaper clipping.] 4616Brown, James S. "The Appalachian Family as a Human Resource," undated. 4617Brown, James S. and Paul D. Richardson. "Changes in Kentucky's Population by Counties -- Natural Increase and Net Migrations." RS-5, data part of a study "Population Dynamics in the North Central Region and Related Rural Social and Economic Problems," undated. 4618Brown, James S. "The East Kentucky Situation and Our Present and Future Commitments, Programs, Problems and Needs," undated. 4619Brown, James S. "Family Consumption-Farm Resource Use Interrelationships of a Hypothetical Farm in Community X, Clay County, Kentucky," undated. Undated471McCoy, Clyde and James S. Brown. "Migration Systems of Metropolises and Focal Areas: Relationship to Appalachian Migration," undated. 472Brown, James S. "1940-50 Migration;" "Components of Population Change and Percent Due to Net Migration, Southern Appalachians, 1950-1960;" "Various Thoughts About Organizing Appalachian Migration Data;" and "Migratory Streams". Chapters from unknown manuscript, undated. 473Brown, James S. "Problems and Possibilities in the Southern Appalachian Region," undated. 474Brown, James S. and Claire C. Kelly. "The Southern Appalachians: A Listing of Counties Included in Four Major Delineations," undated.[Drafts.]475Brown, James S. and Clyde B. McCoy. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: A Study of Migratory-Stream Systems, 1955-60 and 1965-70." Abstract of paper, undated. Research ProjectsBeech Creek 1, 1941 The initial Beech Creek study was undertaken by Brown for his doctoral dissertation, entitled "The Social Organization of an Isolated Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood." It focused on the social structure of three relatively remote mountain neighborhoods which were comprised of 77 households (399 persons) and were located in a subsistence agricultural area of Clay and Owsley Counties. The settlements were contiguous and socially linked, and he referred to them collectively as "Beech Creek." Conducting his field work from 1941-1942, Brown emphasized kinship, class, and value structures. He later used this research as the basis of his work, Beech Creek: A Study of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood, published by Berea College Press in 1988.Primary Data and Secondary Data - RESTRICTEDNOTE: Boxes 48-63 are restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.48Various notecard systems used to update participant information over time. [Box 1 of 2] [There is no indication for which study these were used, but they were probably utilized in each of the Beech Creek studies.]49Various notecard systems used to update participant information over time. [Box 2 of 2] 50Research notes on community.[Includes land grant research and genealogy on "families of the land grants."] 51Notecards on names and pseudonyms of informants. [Names written in red pencil are the real names. The notes are organized alphabetically by the real names if both names are given and alphabetically by the pseudonym if no real name is given]521Typed field notes pages 1-284, April 1, 1942-August 15, 1942. 522Typed field notes pages 285-539 and unnumbered pages, August 15, 1942-January 1943. 523Field journal, April 11, 1942-July 15, 1942. 524Interview notes with selected participants, 1942. 525Interview notes, April and July 1942. 526Interview notes, August 1942. 527Interview notes, September 1942. 528Interview notes, November-December 1942 and January-February 1943. 529Interview notes, June 1950 and undated. 531Field notes on families, pages 1-376, undated. 532Field notes on families, pages 377-824, undated. 533Field notes on funerals, churches, and school, undated. 534Field notes about "holiness meetings," undated. [Includes some hymn lyrics.]535Lists of names and households, undated. 536Lists of first and last names with correlating page numbers, undated. 537Alphabetized index of people and relatives living in Beech Creek, undated. 538Participant information cards with family statistics, undated. 539Notes on family "Ab." 5310Notes on family "Al." 541Notes on family "Ba." 542Notes on family "Bar" and "Bir." 543Notes on family "Bis." 544Notes on families "Ca," "Cl," and "Col." 545Notes on family "Cou." 546Notes on families D-F. 547Notes on families G-H. 551Notes on families J-M. 552Notes on families P-Ro. 553Notes on families Ro-W. 554Notes on property, income, and land ownership. 555Family budget sheets, families A-Col. 556Family budget sheets, families Co-W. 557Index to coded filed notes, undated. 558Index to coded interviews, undated. 559Copies of information cards of the original sample of study participants, undated. 5510Heads of families sheets, undated. 561Notes on class, undated. 562Notes on class and educational achievement of heads and wives of families, undated. 563Data of reported kin among study participants. [Tabulations, tables and notes.] 564Analysis of visiting among kin, undated. [Notes and tabulation sheets.]565Notes on families listed by class level, undated. 566Lists of figures and figure contents, undated. 567Drafts, notes, and outlines on social stratification, undated. 568Notes on social stratification, undated. 569Individual kinship sheets, undated. 5610Notes on the "Ba" family, undated. 5611"Bi" family genealogy, undated. 5612"Co" family genealogy, undated. 5613Kinship of spouses, undated. 5614Kinship relationships of respondents, undated. 571Notes on family relationships, undated. 572Kinship charts and diagrams, undated. 573Genealogical charts, undated. 574Notes and data on kinship or variable of social organization, undated. 575Written analysis of social organization of kinship, undated. 576Draft of "Relationships of Newfound Families," undated. 577Maps of neighborhoods, undated. [Drawn by James S. Brown.] 578Census data on Aldridge's Rock, 1952. 579Census data on Beech Creek as of July 1942. 5710Census data on Newfound, 1942-1952. 581Census data on Rockhouse Fork, 1952. 582Census data on Wolf Creek, 1952. 583Data, tables and notes on migration, 1850-1942. 584Migration schedules, 1947-1948. 585Notes on population and migration of study communities, undated. 586Notes on class characteristics and differences, undated. 587Notes on class and extra-familial relationships within the neighborhood, undated. [Includes reference to coded interview notes.]588Notes on class and intermarriage, undated. 589Notes on the family on the farm, undated. 5810Analytic notes on neighborhoods, undated. 5811Miscellaneous notes, undated. 5812Notes and dissertation outline. [Two versions and intermingled notes.] 591Dissertation draft, "Chapter 7: The Conjugal Family," undated. 592Dissertation draft, "Chapter 8: The Family Group," undated. 593Dissertation draft, "Chapter 10: Class Attributes, Economic," undated. 60Collected census data, 1870 Clay County and 1880 Clay County, A-B. 61Collected census data, 1880 Clay County, C-W. 62Collected census data, 1880 Owsley County and Card Sets A-E. 631Various notes and maps on Kentucky, undated. [oversized box]632Economic tax records, 1920-1941. 633Various hand drawn maps of the Beech Creek Area, undated. 634Kentucky county maps and topographical map of Manchester, undated.635Topographical maps of Beattysville, Buckhorn, Cornettsville, Cumberland Gap, Harlan, Hyden, Jonesville and Prestonsburg, undated. Secondary Data - NOT restricted641United States Census Data for Clay and Owsley Counties from 1800-1870 [1 of 2]. 642United States Census Data for Clay and Owsley Counties from 1800-1870 [2 of 2]. 643Notes on migration and population growth from 1810-1880 using the census data. 644Notes on Newfound migration since 1880. 645Census data on Breathitt County, 1940. 646Census data on Clay County, 1940. 6471940 Census of Agriculture for Kentucky and Clay County. 648Notes on demographic, geological, geographic and agricultural data of Clay County and select communities, undated. 649Maps of Clay County, undated. 6410Demographic and migration data on the three study communities, 1942. 6411Population of Beech Creek and Laurel Neighborhoods by age, residence and class, July 1, 1942-July 1, 1958. 6412Notes and tables on birth rates, fertility rates and death rates in eastern Kentucky, 1920-1940. 6413Notes and tables on coal production, 1902-1936. 6414Notes and tables on church membership by denomination, 1916-1936. 6415Notes and tables on land grants, 1783-1909. 6416Notes and tables on population and migration by county, 1930. 651Notes and tables on various descriptive statistics on Southern Appalachia, undated. 652Notes on class, undated. 653Notes on class configuration, undated. 654Notes on class and defensive beliefs, undated. 655Notes on class in a familistic society, undated. 656Notes on class and neighborhood relationships, undated. 657Notes on class and religion, undated. 658Notes on the community analysis of Manchester, Kentucky, 1946. 659Notes on geographic relationships, undated. 6510Notes on the history of eastern Kentucky, undated. 6511Notes on the I.Q. averages for Clay, Harlan and Knott counties, undated. 6512Notes on religion, undated. 6513Notes on socio-cultural variables of Kentucky, 1950. 6514Notes on superstitions, undated. 6515Miscellaneous notes, undated. 6516Reading notes on Kluckhohn, undated. 6517Reading notes on Malinowski, undated.[On religion, myth and magic.]6518Reading notes on Parsons, Kluckhohn and Zimmerman. 6519Reading notes on Yang. [From Village Organization.]Analysis of Data by Various Variables 661Kinship and household data collection instruments, undated. 662Preliminary observations and notes on a variety of variables, undated. 663Analysis by age and sex groups, undated. 664Analysis by class and economy, undated. 665Analysis by class and family, undated. 666Analysis by class mobility and the family group, undated. 667Data on county formation dates. 668Analysis of Newfound economy, undated. [Hand written drafts.] 669Analysis of Newfound economy, undated.[Typed drafts.]6610Analysis by environmental and historical consideration, undated. 6611Analysis by the farm family socio-economic status scale, undated. 6612Analysis by farm and land use 1939-1940. 6613Data on the history of Newfound settlement families, undated. 671Data on marriage and class, undated. 672Data on marriage and divorce, undated. 673Analysis of methods, undated. 674Migration, analysis of 1940 census. 675Migration written analysis, undated. 676Data tables on migration and class, undated. 677Notes and analysis on the population of study communities in the 1940s. 678Written population description, undated. 679Population and migration data, undated. 6710Population and migration written analysis, undated. 6711Analysis by the scale of stratification, undated. 6712Social stratification written analysis, undated. 6713Notes on tables 1-39, undated. 6714Analysis by territoriality, undated. 6715Data on voting results of presidential elections in eastern Kentucky, 1864-1940. Dissertation Chapter Drafts and Notes [James Brown completed his dissertation for Harvard University in 1951.]681Preliminary dissertation outline and notes, undated.682Early handwritten draft, undated. [Photocopy of original.]683Early handwritten draft, undated. [This is the original copy which is fragile and not for patron use. Please use photocopied version provided in Box 68, Folder 2.]684Incomplete earlier draft, undated. 685Acknowledgments, undated. 686Table of Contents, undated. 688Introduction drafts and notes, undated. 689Chapter 1, "Methods and Materials," undated. 6810Chapter 2, "Eastern Kentucky Historical Background," undated. [1 of 3] 6811Chapter 2, "Eastern Kentucky Historical Background," undated. [2 of 3][Photocopies of originals.]691Chapter 2, "Eastern Kentucky Historical Background," undated. [3 of 3] [Originals - not for patron use.]692Fragments of a draft of Chapter 2, undated. 693Chapter 3, "Historical Background of the Beech Creek Area," undated. 694Chapter 4, "The Natural Environment and the Economy of Beech Creek," undated. 695Chapter 5, "The Family on the Farm," undated. 696Chapter 6, "Neighborhood Relationships," undated. 697Chapter 7, "The Conjugal Family," undated. 698Chapter 8, "The Family Group," undated. 701Chapter 9, "Beech Creek Classes," undated. 702Chapter 10, "Class Attributes, Economic," undated.703Chapter 11, "Class Attributes, Familial and Educational," undated. 704Chapter 12, "The General Pattern of Class Attributes," undated. 705Chapter 13, "Class and the Value System," undated. [1 of 2]706Chapter 13, "Class and the Value System," undated. [2 of 2]711Chapter 14, "The Class Schema as a Tool of Analysis," undated. 712Summary and conclusions, undated. [Includes notes.]713Summary and conclusions, undated. 714Bibliography, undated. 715Footnotes, undated. 716Appendices I-VII, undated. 717Thesis summary for Harvard University, 1950. 718Reader's report of "The Social Organization of an Isolated Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood," undated. 719Correspondence between James S. Brown and Harvard University concerning obtaining a copy of his dissertation.71Item 10Complete bound dissertation, "Social Organization of an Isolated Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood." Harvard University, 1950. Book Chapter Drafts and Notes[The book, Beech Creek: A Study of a Kentucky Mountain Neighborhood, was published by Berea College Press in 1988.]721Introduction, undated. 722Chapter 1, "Historical Background of the Beech Creek Area," undated. 723Chapter 2, "The Natural Environment and Economy of Beech Creek," undated. 724Chapter 3, "The Family on the Farm," undated. Related Administrative Materials725List of published and unpublished works related to the Beech Creek Study, compiled by James Brown, 1969. 726Transcript of an interview with James Brown by Thomas Ford in 1985. [Describes the history and research of the Beech Creek project.] 727Letter and editing recommendations for the published work by Wm. Jerome Crouch, editor of University of Kentucky Press, December 1983-July 1985. 728Certificate of copyright for the published version of Beech Creek, 1988. 729Miscellaneous notes about the Beech Creek study, undated. Beech Creek 2: Mountain Families in Transition, 1961 The second Beech Creek study focused on the process of migration, tracing individuals from the first Beech Creek study from their home neighborhoods to their new neighborhoods, primarily in southwestern Ohio. Brown and his colleagues, Harry Schwarzweller and J.J. Mangalam, carefully studied the home situation of Beech Creek residents before and while they were migrating, as well as the effects their moving had on the original neighborhoods and the people left behind. They also studied the Beech Creek migrants in their new environment, concentrating chiefly on how well they adjusted and lived in the new communities. This study resulted in the published work, Mountain Families in Transition (Pennsylvania State University Press, 1971).NOTE: See also Box 238, Folders 1-2 for photographs related to the Beech Creek 2 study.Primary Data - RESTRICTEDNOTE: Boxes 73-97 are restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.Schedules/QuestionnairesFollow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Original Neighborhoods, Household Information and General Questionnaires 731Schedule no. 101, July 1961. 732Schedule no. 102, July 1961. 733Schedule no. 103, June and July 1961. 734Schedule no. 104, July 1961. 735Schedule no. 105, July 1961. 736Schedule no. 106, July 1961. 737Schedule no. 107, July 1961. 738Schedule no. 108, July 1961. 741Schedule no. 109, July 1961. 742Schedule no. 110, July 1961. 743Schedule no. 111, August 1961. 744Schedule no. 112, July 1961. 745Schedule no. 113, July 1961. 746Schedule no. 114, July and August 1961. 747Schedule no. 115, July 1961. [1 of 2] 748Schedule no. 115, July 1961. [2 of 2] 751Schedule no. 116, July 1961. 752Schedule no. 117, August 1961. 753Schedule no. 118, July and August 1961. 754Schedule no. 119, July 1961. 755Schedule no. 120, July 1961. 756Schedule no. 121, August 1961. 757Schedule no. 122, July and August 1961. 761Schedule no. 123, July 1961. 762Schedule no. 124, July 1961. 763Schedule no. 125, July 1961. 764Schedule no. 126, August 1961. 765Schedule no. 127, July and August 1961. 766Schedule no. 128, July 1961. [1 of 2] 767Schedule no. 128, July 1961. [2 of 2] 768Schedule no. 129, August 1961. 771Schedule no. 130, August 1961. 772Schedule no. 131, August 1961. 773Schedule no. 132, August 1961. Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Within Region, Household Information and General Questionnaires 774Schedule no. 201, June 1961. 775Schedule no. 202, June and August 1961. 776Schedule no. 203, August 1961. 777Schedule no. 204, June 1961. 778Schedule no. 205, June 1961. 779Schedule no. 206, June 1961. 781Schedule no. 207, June 1961. 782Schedule no. 208, June 1961. 783Schedule no. 209, June 1961. 784Schedule no. 210, June 1961. 785Schedule no. 211, June 1961. 786Schedule no. 212, June 1961. 787Schedule no. 213, June 1961. 788Schedule no. 214, June 1961. 789Schedule no. 215, June 1961. 7810Schedule no. 216, June 1961. 7811Schedule no. 217, June 1961. 791Schedule no. 218, June 1961. 792Schedule no. 219, June 1961. 793Schedule no. 220, June 1961. 794Schedule no. 221, June 1961. 795Schedule no. 222, June and August 1961. 796Schedule no. 223, June 1961. 797Schedule no. 224, undated. 798Schedule no. 225, August 1961. 799Schedule no. 226, August 1961. 7910Schedule no. 227, August 1961. 7911Schedule no. 228, August 1961. 801Schedule no. 229, August 1961. 802Schedule no. 230, August 1961. 803Schedule no. 231, August 1961. 804Schedule no. 232, August 1961. Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Outside Region, Household Information and General Questionnaires805Schedule no. 301, June 1961. 806Schedule no. 302, June 1961. 807Schedule no. 303, July 1961. 808Schedule no. 304, June 1961. 809Schedule no. 305, June 1961. 8010Schedule no. 306, July 1961. 8011Schedule no. 307, June 1961. 811Schedule no. 308, June 1961. 812Schedule no. 309, June 1961. 813Schedule no. 310, July 1961. 814Schedule no. 311, July 1961. 815Schedule no. 312, June 1961. 816Schedule no. 313, July 1961. 817Schedule no. 314, July 1961. 818Schedule no. 315, June 1961. 819Schedule no. 316, June 1961. 8110Schedule no. 317, June 1961. 821Schedule no. 318, June 1961. 822Schedule no. 319, August 1961. 823Schedule no. 320, June and July 1961. 824Schedule no. 321, October 1961. 825Schedule no. 322, July 1961. 826Schedule no. 323, June and July 1961. 827Schedule no. 324, June and July 1961. 828Schedule no. 325, July 1961. 829Schedule no. 326, June 1961. 8210Schedule no. 327, June 1961. 8211Schedule no. 328, July 1961. 8212Schedule no. 329, August 1961. 831Schedule no. 330, June 1961. 832Schedule no. 331, July 1961. 833Schedule no. 332, June 1961. 834Schedule no. 333, July 1961. 835Schedule no. 334, July 1961. 836Schedule no. 335, July 1961. 837Schedule no. 336, July 1961. 838Schedule no. 337, June 1961. 839Schedule no. 338, July 1961. 8310Schedule no. 339, June 1961. 8311Schedule no. 340, June 1961. 841Schedule no. 341, July 1961. 842Schedule no. 342, June 1961. 843Schedule no. 343, June 1961. 844Schedule no. 344, June 1961. 845Schedule no. 345, July 1961. 846Schedule no. 346, June and July 1961. 847Schedule no. 347, June 1961. 848Schedule no. 348, July 1961. 849Schedule no. 349, June 1961. 8410Schedule no. 350, June 1961. 8411Schedule no. 351, June 1961. 851Schedule no. 352, June and July 1961. 852Schedule no. 353, June and July 1961. 853Schedule no. 354, June 1961. 854Schedule no. 355, June 1961. 855Schedule no. 356, July 1961. 856Schedule no. 357, July 1961. 857Schedule no. 358, June 1961. 858Schedule no. 359, June 1961. 859Schedule no. 360, June and July 1961. 8510Schedule no. 361, July 1961. 8511Schedule no. 362, June and July 1961. 861Schedule no. 363, July 1961. 862Schedule no. 364, July 1961. 863Schedule no. 365, June and July 1961. 864Schedule no. 366, June 1961. 865Schedule no. 367, June 1961. 866Schedule no. 368, July 1961. 867Schedule no. 369, July 1961. 868Schedule no. 370, July 1961. 869Schedule no. 371, June 1961. 8610Schedule no. 372, July 1961. 8611Schedule no. 373, July 1961. 871Schedule no. 374, July 1961. 872Schedule no. 375, June 1961. 873Schedule no. 376, June 1961. 874Schedule no. 377, July 1961. 875Schedule no. 378, July 1961. 876Schedule no. 379, July 1961. 877Schedule no. 380, July 1961. 878Schedule no. 381, July 1961. 879Schedule no. 382, July 1961. 8710Schedule no. 383, July 1961. 8711Schedule no. 384, July 1961. 881Schedule no. 385, July 1961. 882Schedule no. 386, July 1961. 883Schedule no. 387, July 1961. 884Schedule no. 388, July 1961. 885Schedule no. 389, August 1961. 886Schedule no. 390, July 1961. 887Schedule no. 391, July 1961. 888Schedule no. 392, August 1961. 889Schedule no. 393, July 1961. 8810Schedule no. 394, July 1961. 8811Schedule no. 395, July 1961. 8812Schedule no. 396, July 1961. 891Schedule no. 397, July 1961. 892Schedule no. 398, July 1961. 893Schedule no. 399, July 1961. 894Schedule no. 400, July 1961. 895Schedule no. 401, July 1961. 896Schedule no. 402, July 1961. 897Schedule no. 403, July 1961. 898Schedule no. 404, July 1961. 899Schedule no. 405, July 1961. 8910Schedule no. 406, July 1961. 8911Schedule no. 407, July 1961. 901Schedule no. 408, July 1961. 902Schedule no. 409, July 1961. 903Schedule no. 410, June 1961. 904Schedule no. 411, August 1961. 905Schedule no. 412, August 1961. 906Schedule no. 413, August 1961. 907Schedule no. 414, August 1961. 908Schedule no. 415, August 1961. 909Schedule no. 416, August 1961. 9010Schedule no. 417, August 1961. 9011Schedule no. 418, August 1961. 9012Schedule no. 419, May 1961. 911Schedule no. 420, January 1961. 912Schedule no. 421, May 1961. [1 of 2] 913Schedule no. 421, December 1961. [2 of 2] 914Schedule no. 422, January 1962. 915Schedule no. 423, December 1961. 916Schedule no. 424, January 1962. 917Schedule no. 425, January 1962. 918Schedule no. 426, February 1962. 919Schedule no. 427, January 1962. 9110Schedule no. 428, February 1962. 9111Schedule no. 429, February 1962. 9112Schedule no. 430, February 1962. 921Schedule no. 431, February 1962. 922Schedule no. 432, February 1962. 923Schedule no. 433, February 1962. 924Schedule no. 434, February 1962. 925Schedule no. 435, February 1962. 926Schedule no. 436, February 1962. 927Schedule no. 437, July 1961. 928Schedule no. 438, August 1961. Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Original Neighborhoods, Only Household Information929Schedule no. 901, July 1961. 9210Schedule no. 902, July 1961. 9211Schedule no. 903, July 1961. 9212Schedule no. 904, undated. 9213Schedule no. 905, August 1961. 9214Schedule no. 906, July 1961. 9215Schedule no. 907, July 1961. 9216Schedule no. 908, August 1961. 9217Schedule no. 909, July 1961. 9218Schedule no. 910, undated. Maps931 Map of South Lebanon, Ohio, corporation limits, March 1951. [Different neighborhoods are marked.]932 Map of Oneida, KY, Booneville Quadrangle, 1953. [Clay and Owsley Counties] [Includes hand drawn locations of respondents.] 933 Map of the annexation of the village of South Lebanon, Ohio, August 1960. [Different neighborhoods are marked.]Research and Field Notes 941Notes on people from whom schedules are still needed, July-November 1961. 942Lists of informants, their addresses and populations for those used in 1961 study.943Summer field work procedures, June 1962. 944Notes on summer field work, May-June 1962. [Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]945Personal diary and field notes from Ohio area June 18, 1962- August 15, 1962, by Harry K. Schwarzweller. [Incomplete; received 1/30/07 from Harry K. Schwarzweller.]946Interview notes Elizabeth Baker, pseud., July 1962. 947Interview notes Delore Colwell, pseud., July 1962. 948Interview notes Grace Emmerick, pseud., July 1962. 949Lists of people interviewed and lists of migrants and households, 1975. 9410Lists of informants by location and family, undated. 9411Addresses of study participants, undated. 9412Lists of migrants in Ohio, Indiana, Armed Forces, Nearby Neighborhoods and Outside of Eastern Kentucky, undated. 9413Lists of migrants and residents' occupations, undated. 9414Master file of respondents, undated. [Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]9415Notes on the population of Beech Creek, Laurel and Newfound by households, undated. 9416Notes on class structure, undated. 9417Notes on population by names, ages, sex, class, and migratory pattern, undated. 9418Notes on household tasks and family activities, undated. 951Notes on family relationships and households, undated. 952The new and old names of informants, undated. 953Notecards on informants' addresses and information, undated. [In alphabetical order by name.]954Notes on original neighborhood residents, undated. 955Miscellaneous notes, undated. Analysis - RESTRICTED956Beech Creek survey summary notes and hand tabulations, circa 1962. [Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]957Tables, notes and data on kinship and visiting patterns, undated. 958Tables, notes and computer compiled data on kinship and visiting patterns, undated. 959Data on Card #30 [family visits], new Beech Creek, original, and migrant data. 9510Hand tabulations for question no. 66, undated. 9511Hand tabulations and computer data on intermarriage, undated. [Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]9512Hand tabulations on family group and residential dispersion, undated. Supplementary Materials - RESTRICTED9513Letters to families requesting information, July 1952. 9514Letters, newspapers clippings and obituary notices about participants, 1952-1991 and undated. 9515Correspondence with and about participants, June 1958-July 1983 and undated. 961Completed research assistant and interviewer applications, including correspondence 1961. 962Correspondence to participants about summer field work, March 8, 1963.[Received 1/30/07 from Harry K. Schwarzweller.]963Draft of possible questions for household information schedule, undated. 964Instructions on counting cousins, undated. 965Paper, "My People: Story of the A. Family," undated. 966"Population Changes and the Process of Migration of Three Kentucky Mountain Neighborhoods, 1942-1961," undated. [This is a contributing article that was moved to this section so that it could be restricted.]Package 97Item 1Data Summary, column content summary, all cards, individual schedules, original code page 1, card #1-5, undated. [These data summaries are in tables and are on pieces of cardboard. They highlight and combine the tabulated data.]Package 97Item 2Data Summary, column content summary, all cards, individual schedules, original code page 2, card #6-9,00, undated. Package 97Item 3Data Summary, column content summary, all cards, household schedules, original code, card #10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, undated. Primary Data - NOT RESTRICTED Survey Materials981Possible questions for individual schedules, undated. 982Blank Copies of Follow-up of Eastern Kentucky People, Original Neighborhoods, Household Information and General Questionnaire. 983Blank Copies of Follow-up of Eastern Kentucky People, Within Region, Household Information and General Questionnaire. 984Blank Copy of Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Outside Region, Part I: Household and Family Activities. 985Blank Copies of Follow-up of Eastern Kentucky People, Outside Region, Household Information and General Questionnaire. 986Code Key, Introduction and Section I, Pages 1-98, May 1962. 987Code Key, Introduction and Section I, Pages 99-191, May 1962. 988Cody Key, Sections II and III, May 1962. 989Card 01, individual information in original neighborhoods. 9810Card 02, individual information all segments. 9811Card 03, individual information all segments. 9812Card 04, individual information all segments. 9813Card 09, individual information all segments. 9814Card 10, family household. 991Card 20, household information, original neighborhoods. 992Card 30, household information, original neighborhoods. 993Card 40, household information, all segments. 994Card 50, household information, all segments. 995Cards 10-60, compiled tabulations, all segments. 996Code Key for card 96, undated. 997Section II code, tabulations. Research and Field Notes998The Beech Creek Study: Some Notes Toward a Research Design, November 10, 1960.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]999A genealogy of the Zacariah Morgan family, early pioneers of the Middlefork River territory, June 30, 1961. 9910Correspondence about research, July 1960-March 1970 and undated. 9911Certificate of cooperation to the Beech Creek residents, September 15, 1961. 9912Miscellaneous notes, 1961 and undated. 9913Memoranda to staff about summer field work, April-June 1962. 9914Code key contents, May 1962. 9915Final reporting tentative outline, September 1962. 9916Occupational code, undated. 9917Interviewer's instructions or copy of "credentials" that were carried by all field interviewers, undated. 9918Guide for interviews on the family group, undated. 9919Suggestions for EPS and SVM, undated. 9920Operational theory for study, undated. 9921Notes on family and social networks and family group structure, undated. 9922Notes on Beech Creek information and schedules, undated. 9923Notes on card 00, undated. 9924Notes on a comparison of Beech Creek and Mountain Families in Poverty, undated. Analysis Data and Tabulations 9925Notes and hand tabulations on comparing original and nearby neighborhoods, undated. 9926Notes and hand tabulations on comparing original, nearby, and migrant samples,undated. 9927Notes and hand tabulations on questions 14-15 and 44-58, for all samples, undated. 1001Notes and hand tabulations on changes in the original neighborhood,undated. 1002Notes and hand tabulations on questions 1-18,Beech Creek sample, undated. 1003Notes and hand tabulations on household questions 50-82, Beech Creek sample, undated. 1004Notes and hand tabulations on questions 1-18, nearby sample, undated. 1005Notes and hand tabulations on questions 25-91, nearby sample, undated. 1006Notes and hand tabulations on questions 1-18, migrant sample, undated. 1007Notes and hand tabulations on questions 19-24, migrant sample, undated. 1008Notes and hand tabulations on questions 36-60, migrant sample, undated. 1009Notes and hand tabulations on questions 62-95, migrant sample, undated. 10010Hand tabulated responses, undated. 10011Hand tabulations and program coding for Fortran Coding System, on Cards 1-17, undated. 10012Notes and hand tabulations on big move analysis, undated.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10013Notes and hand tabulations on rewards and sanctions answers, undated. 10014Notes and hand tabulations on visiting patterns, undated.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10015Rough draft of handwritten tables 1-15, undated.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10016Typed rough draft of tables, undated.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10017Drafts of master tables 1-15, undated.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10018Notes and data forms on household data cards 101-132 and 901-910, undated. 1011Notes and data forms on household data cards 201-222,undated.1012Notes and data forms on household data cards 301-438, undated. 1013Notes and data forms on individual data cards 101-168, undated. 1014Notes and data forms on individual data cards 201-242, undated. 1015Notes and data forms on individual data cards 301-461, undated. 1016Notes and data forms on individual and all areas card #06, undated. 1017Notes and data forms on card #00, undated. 1018Notes, tables, graphs, and data on population by area, age and sex for 1942-1962, undated. 1019Notes and maps of eastern Kentucky, undated. 10110Notes and summary of research procedures and findings, undated. Written Analysis 10111Schwarzweller, Harry. "Research Design, Field Work Procedures, and Data Collection Problems in a Follow-Up Study of Young Men from Eastern Kentucky: A Description of the Research Project from Initiation to Analysis," December 1962-May 1963. 10112Schwarzweller, Harry. "Family Ties, Migration and Transitional Adjustment of Young Men from eastern Kentucky," June 1963. 10113Working draft #2, "The Beech Creek Study: Research Organization and Design, A Description of the Project from Initiation to Analysis," December 1963. 10114"The Socio-Demographic History of the Beech Creek Neighborhoods and Migration Patterns of Study Population," 1964. 1021Working draft #1, "The Beech Creek Study: Adjustment of Migrations." Multivariate analysis, January 1966. 1022"The Beech Creek Study: A Big Move Away from the Mountains." Descriptive analysis of the migrant's family household situation before and after initial out migration from eastern Kentucky, October 1967. 1023Drafts of written analysis with tables, undated. 1024Miscellaneous incomplete drafts of written analysis, undated. Oversized Aggregate Data 1031Card #01, original, nearby, and migrant data, undated. 1032Card #02, [emotions] original, nearby, and migrant data, undated. 1033Card #03, [migration and residence] original, nearby and migrant data, undated. 1034Card #04 [family] original nearby, and migrant data, undated. 1035Card #05 [feelings about being away] original, nearby, and migrant data, undated. 1036Card #06 [family and social relations] original , nearby and migrant data, undated. 1037Card #07 [main type of work] original nearby, and migrant data, undated. 1038Card #08 [free time] original, nearby, and migrant data, undated. 1039Card #09 [visitation and contacts] original, nearby and migrant data, undated. 10310Card #10 [residence] new Beech Creek, original, nearby and migrant data, undated. 10311Card #20 [visitation] new Beech Creek, original, nearby and migrant data, undated. 10312Card #40, columns 8-48, new Beech Creek, original, nearby, and migrant data, undated. 10313Card #50, columns 8-50, new Beech Creek, original, nearby, and migrant data, undated. 10314Card #60, columns 8-68, nearby data, undated. Contributing Articles, Papers and Dissertations using data from this study, 1962-2004 1041Mangalam, J.J., Harry K. Schwarzweller, and James S. Brown. "A Reconsideration of the Notion of Adjustment: An Exploration," February 1962. [A paper presented at the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers, February 5, 1962.]1042Brown, James S., Harry K. Schwarzweller, and Joseph J. Mangalam. "Kentucky Mountain Migration and the Stem Family: An American Variation on a Theme by LePlay." Rural Sociology, vol. 28, no. 1, March 1963. [Also a paper presented at the meeting of the American Sociological Association at St. Louis, Missouri, September 1, 1961.] 1043Crowe, Martin Jay. "The Occupational Adaptation of A Selected Group of Eastern Kentuckians in Southern Ohio." Ph.D. diss., 1964. [1 of 2][Harry K. Schwarzweller was the chair of Crowe's committee. Also includes correspondence between Dr. Schwarzweller and Crowe. Received 1/30/07 from Harry K. Schwarzweller.]1044Crowe, Martin Jay. "The Occupational Adaptation of A Selected Group of Eastern Kentuckians in Southern Ohio." Ph.D. diss., 1964. [2 of 2] 1045Seggar, John F. "Social-Psychological Adjustment of Kentucky Mountain Migrants in Urbanized Industrial Areas of Southern Ohio." Thesis submitted to the University of Kentucky, 1964.[Received 1/30/07 from Harry K. Schwarzweller. Dr. Schwarzweller was on Seggar's master's committee.]1046Mangalam, J.J. "Natural History of a Kentucky Mountain Migrant Family Group: The Andrews," April 1965. [A paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Lexington Kentucky, April 2, 1965.] 1047Schwarzweller, Harry K. and James S. Brown. "Social Class Origins, Rural-Urban Migration and Economic Life Chances: A Case Study." Rural Sociology, vol. 32, no. 1, March 1967. 1048Schwarzweller, Harry K. and John F. Seggar. "Kinship Involvement: A Factor in the Adjustment of Rural Migrants." Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 24, no. 4, November 1967. [Also includes notes, abstract, and handwritten draft received 1/30/07 from Harry K. Schwarzweller.]1049Brown, James S. "The Family Behind the Migrant." Mountain Life and Work: The Magazine of the Appalachian South, September 1968. 10410Schwarzweller, Harry K. and Martin J. Crowe. "Adaptation of Appalachian Migrants to the Industrial Work Situation: A Case Study," November 1968. [Working paper and revised copy of the paper presented at the Conference on Migration and Behavioral Deviance, Puerto Rico, November 4-8, 1968.]10411Schwarzweller, Harry K. and James S. Brown. "Social Class Origins and the Economic, Social and Psychological Adjustment of Kentucky Mountain Migrants: A Case Study," November 1968. [Working paper and revised copy of the paper presented at the Conference on Migration and Behavioral Deviance, Puerto Rico, November 4-8, 1968.]10412Brown, James S. "A 24 Hour Look at 30 Years of Dynamics in Three Eastern Kentucky Neighborhoods," April 1970. [Draft and final copy of paper presented at the SSS's annual meeting in Atlanta on April 9, 1970 in the sessions titled, "Community Dynamics (Rural)."] 10413Schwarzweller, Harry K. and James S. Brown. The Beech Creek Project: A Case Study of Appalachian Migration. University of Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, 1971.[Used by Harry K. Schwarzweller in a graduate class on migration.]10414Schwarzweller, Harry K. "Anatomy of the Beech Creek Project: Theoretical Orientation, Methodology, Procedures, Problems." Prepared for a graduate seminar on comparative sociology, Sociology Department, West Virginia University, Fall 2004.[Received by Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10415Schwarzweller, Harry K. James S. Brown and Joseph J. Mangalam. "The Beech Creek Study: An Appalachian Case Study in the Sociology of Migration," undated. [Includes outline and paper.] Outlines, Drafts, and Final Versions of Mountain Families in Transition: A Case Study of Appalachian Migration.1051Outline of the book, undated. 1052Outline of chapter 9, undated. 1053Outline of chapter 10, undated. 1054Outlines for chapters 11-14, undated. 1055Beech Creek manuscript notes, 1962.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]1056Draft of table of contents, undated. 1057Draft of foreword, undated. 1058Draft of introduction, undated. 1059Draft of chapters 1-5, undated. 10510Draft and notes on chapter 4, undated. 10511Notes on part two, the family-kinship structure and migration, undated. 10512Draft of chapter 6, undated. 10513Draft of chapter 7, undated. 10514Draft of chapter 8, undated. 10515Draft of chapter 9, undated. 10516Draft of chapter 11, undated. 10517Draft of chapter 12, undated. 10518Draft of chapter 13, undated. 10519Draft of chapter 14, undated. 10520Draft and notes on chapter 14, class and migration, undated. 10521Summary and memoranda about chapter 14, undated. 10522Draft of the epilogue, undated. 10523Draft of the footnotes, undated. 10524Draft of Appendix A: Initiation of the Re-Study Project, undated. 10525Revised Draft of chapters 1-5, undated. 10526Revised Draft of chapters 6-9, undated. 1061Second revised draft of part one, chapters 1-5, undated. 1062Second revised draft of part two, chapters 6-9, undated. 1063Second revised draft of part three, chapters 10-14, undated. 1064Draft of full text of manuscript, pages 1-124, undated. 1065Draft of full text of manuscript, pages 125-264, undated. 1066Draft of full text of manuscript, pages 265-272, plus notes, appendixes, and tables, undated. 1071Full text of manuscript, pages 1-202, undated. 1072Full text of manuscript, pages 203-272, plus notes, appendixes and tables, undated. 1073Correspondence and notes concerning final editing of manuscript, 1969-1970. 1074 Complete bound Manuscript, March 1970. 1075Publisher page proofs, preface and acknowledgments, 1971. 1081Publisher page proofs, pages 1-35, 1971. 1082Publisher page proofs, pages 36-77, 1971. 1083Schwarzweller, Harry K., James S. Brown and J.J. Mangalam. Mountain Families in Transition: A Case Study of Appalachian Migration. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1971. [Published copy.] [Includes annotated notes by James S. Brown.] 1084Reader's report sent to JSB by The University Press of Kentucky, April 3, 1970. 1085Book review by William G. Mather, Pennsylvania State University, undated. [Publication undetermined.] 1086Various book reviews, 1972-1973. [Includes correspondence about reviews of the manuscript and book.] 1087Royalty statement for 1983. Administrative MaterialsCorrespondence1088To and from the committee of sponsors of the Beech Creek study, September-October 1960 and August 1961. 1089Miscellaneous, 1960-1983. 10810Concerning the section "Adjustment of Rural Migrants in Urban Areas" at the annual meeting of the Rural Sociology Society, December 1961-August 1962. 10811Between the authors, May 1968-January 1973 and undated. [some received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10812Between authors and University of Kentucky Press, concerning manuscript and grant funding. Ultimately the authors withdrew the manuscript from consideration. November 1969-September 1970. [Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]10813Concerning publishers and the publication of the manuscript, June 1970-1973. 10814Related to the publisher and the publishing agreement, 1970-1976. 10815Concerning the Berea College presentation, February 1979-December 1980. Materials on Meetings and ConferencesStaff Meetings10816Notes and minutes, September 1960-December 1961. Professional Advisory Committee Meetings10817Notes and minutes, September 1960. 10818Notes and minutes, October 1960. 10819Notes and minutes, November 1960. 10820Notes and minutes, December 1960. 10821Notes and minutes, January 1961. 10822Notes and minutes, April-May 1961. 1091Notes and minutes, September 1961.1092Notes and minutes, May 1962. 1093A brief note on the contributions of the Professional Advisory Committee and a tentative member list, undated. 1094Handwritten Professional Advisory Committee suggestions, undated. Other meetings and conferences 1095Sponsoring committee, notes and minutes, August 1961 and undated. 1096Rural Sociological Society meeting, correspondence and abstract, January 28 and July 20, 1964. 1097Notes on the annual meeting of the Rural Sociological Society, in Quebec, Canada, August 25-28, 1964. 1098Preliminary program of the 59th annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal, Canada, August 31-September 3, 1964. 1099"Migration Histories" conference, agenda and copies of papers presented, 1970. 10910"Migration Histories" conference, draft copy of "The Beech Creek Study: A Case Study in the Sociology of Migration," 1970. 10911"Migration Histories" conference, transcript of James S. Brown's remarks, 1970. Grants and budgetary materials10912Proposal, correspondence and notes about grant, "Social Adjustment and Personal Stability of Migrants," 1959-1963. [1 of 2] 10913Correspondence, notes, and notification of award about grant, "Social Adjustment and Personal Stability of Migrants," undated. [2 of 2] 10914Application to the National Science Foundation for a grant for scientific research, September 1961-August 1962. 10915Grant application to obtain funds for the publication of the book, at the suggestion of University of Kentucky Press, June 11, 1970. 10916Letter and grant application for mental health small grant, MH26663-01, 1975. 10917Correspondence, final report guidelines and financial statement for grant MH2663-MT, social adjustment and migration, June 13, 1979 and undated. 10918Correspondence and notes concerning expense accounts, 1960-1963 and undated. 10919Notes on personnel salary and budget, 1961-1963. Miscellaneous materials10920Committee and research objectives, 1960. 10921Public relations press releases, September-October 1961. 10922Newspaper clippings, 1961-1962. 109231964 inventory of research for the Society for the Study of Social Problems, committee on community research and development. 10924List of books, articles, and papers related to the Beech Creek study, 1969-1970. 10925Research Assistant and interviewer blank applications, undated. 10926Memoranda, "Some considerations on utilizing information from the original Beech Creek Study," from Harry K. Schwarzweller, to Beech Creek Study Staff, undated. 10927Miscellaneous personal notes, undated. Beech Creek 3, 1975From the mid 1970s to the early 1980s, using lists of residents from both the first and second Beech Creek studies, Brown and his colleagues located and interviewed as many as possible of the estimated 250 informants still living. Data collected for each of the informants reflected their residential history, work history, family and household composition, economic and occupational status, education, and, for migrants, social and psychological ties with the old mountain neighborhoods, and, for non-migrants, such ties and contacts with migrants. The purpose of collecting the data was to determine whether the kinship structure was still a psychological cushion for the migrants as well as a "brake" on their integration into society, whether migrants still clustered geographically by kinship groups, and whether persons of higher economic and occupational status tended to be less mobile residentially and less tied to "back home."Primary Data - RESTRICTEDNOTE: Boxes 110-117 are restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.Schedules/QuestionnairesThe schedules are listed by the names of the informants. In order to protect the privacy of these individuals they are listed here by the initials of the last name, followed by the first letter of the first name (lower case)when applicable.Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Outside Region and Household Information, 1976-19771101Al, b-c 1102Al, j-k 1103Al, l-r 1104As 1105Ba, b-c 1106Ba, l 1107Ba, n-s 1108Bi-Br 1111Col, b-c 1112Col, j-m 1113Col, m-w 1114Cou, a-c 1115Cou, d-r 1116Cu 1117Fr 1118Gi-He 1121Le 1122Me-Ro 1123Sa-TaFollow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Original and Nearby Neighborhoods and Household Information, 19771124Al-Co Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Outside Region and Household Information, 19821125Al, b-h 1126Al, j 1127Al, l-m 1128Ba, b-c 1129Ba, e-j 1131Ba, l-t 1132Bar-Bi, a 1133Bi, b-i 1134Bi, l-Bo 1135Ca1136Cl, a-c 1137Cl, o-t 1138Col 1141Com-Coo1142Cou1143Da1144De1145Fo1146Fr1147Fu1148Gi, c-l1149Gi, m-r1151H1152La-Led, b 1153Led, e-j 1154Led, j-l 1155Led, p-w 1156Les-Lew 1157Mag-Mal 1158Mar-May 1159Mi-Mo 1161N 1162Ri 1163Ril 1164Ro, c-j 1165Ro, l-w 1166S1167T1168WCorrespondence and Notes1171Various lists of informants and area populations, 1961-1983. 1172"My People: Story of the 'Al' family as told by Sarah Nancy Snow, A 15th Generation Born in Beech Creek, Kentucky, But Now Living near Highland, Ohio," circa 1970. 1173Correspondence with and or about informants, 1977-1987 and undated. 1174Miscellaneous notes on informants, 1977-1987 and undated. 1175Lists of migrants interviewed in the study and deceased informants, 1982-1983. 1176Meeting notes on study and schedules, June 29, 1982. 1177Transcript of miscellaneous oral history, October 1985. 1178Notes on informants' genealogy, undated. 1179Completed family survey, undated. Primary Data - NOT restrictedPlanning Materials1181Research plan and supporting data, circa 1971 1182Correspondence about the planning and continuation of the Beech Creek Study, February 1978-March 1985. [Includes two letters from Virginia McCoy to Harry Schwarzweller received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]1183Miscellaneous notes about the Beech Creek study, 1982-1983 and undated. 1184Virginia McCoy Watkins proposal, " The Significance of the Proposed Research on Familism and Social Mobility," March 18, 1983.[Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]1185"NSF objectives," includes themes about household structure and solidarity, January 1984. 1186Notes on plans, ideas, and suggestions for the study, undated. Research Materials1187Blank schedules, Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Outside Region and Household Information, 1974. 1188Blank schedules, Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Original Neighborhoods and Household Information, 1974 and 1977. 1189Blank schedules, Follow-Up of Eastern Kentucky People, Original and Nearby Neighborhoods and Household Information, 1977. 11810Drafts of family surveys, circa 1979. 11811Blank schedule, Employment History of Last Ten Years Beginning with Latest Job Held, undated. 11812Blank, key punch card #4, pages 11-18, undated. 11813Coding manual and keypunching manual, for migrants only, undated. 11814Code Key: Introduction and section one, pages 1-98, June 1982. 11815Code Key: Introduction and section one, pages 99-191, June 1982. 11816Code Key: Section two and three, June 1982. 1191Entire Code Key, July 1983. Secondary Data1192Miscellaneous progress reports, undated. 1193Highway map of Owsley County, Kentucky, undated. 1194Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, 1976-1979 and undated. 1195McCoy, Virginia and Clyde B. McCoy. "Appalachian Migrants: Education, Familism and Transition to the Urban Cultures." Paper prepared for the Harvard Educational Review, June 1, 1988. 1196White, Stephen E. "Return Migration to Eastern Kentucky and the Stem Family Concept," undated. Administrative MaterialsAgendas and Meetings1197Beech Creek Group, November 1982-October 1983. Grants1198List of Beech Creek Study Personnel, undated. [Received from Harry K. Schwarzweller 1/30/07.]1199Correspondence relating to grants and the extension of grants, 1974-1980 and undated. 11910Grant application for the University Human Investigations and Studies Committee, University of Kentucky, October 1974. 11911Grant application for the Population Council Grant, 1974.[Includes correspondence.] 11912Grant application and notice of award from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1975. 11913Grant application and notice of award for the Summer Research Grant from the Multidisciplinary Center of Gerontology, May-June 1979. 11914Miscellaneous grant proposal drafts and notes, undated. Financial Records11915Project account data records, notes, and receipts, 1975-1979. 11916Blank travel vouchers, undated. Beech Creek 4, 1984Jim Brown acted as a consultant on this study conducted by historical sociologists Kathi Blee and Dwight Billings. Brown's work with families on the previous Beech Creek studies provided the background and starting point for Billings and Blee, both of whom were his colleagues at the University of Kentucky. Using Brown's original Beech Creek families, they worked to recover the historical and social antecedents of the Beech Creek families back through the early 20th century and into the 19th century. Through the use of census data and other records, they recreated and analyzed the 19th century world of the original Beech Creek population. Their research resulted in The Road to Poverty: The Making of Wealth and Hardship in Appalachia (Cambridge University Press, 2000).1201Billings, Dwight B., Kathleen M. Blee, and Louis Swanson. "Precapitalist Modes of Social Cooperation: A Reinterpretation of Family and Community Bonds," July 1984. 1202Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen M. Blee. "Data tables" for the Southern Stratification Research Conference, April 9, 1987. 1203Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen M. Blee. "Households and Farms in an Appalachian Rural Community: Beech Creek, Kentucky, 1850-1942." Prepared for presentation at the Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, October 29-November 1, 1987. 1204Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen M. Blee. "Family Strategies in a Subsistence Rural Economy: Beech Creek, Kentucky, 1850-1942," October 1988. 1205Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen M. Blee. "Causes and Consequences of Persistent Rural Poverty: A Longitudinal Case Study of An Appalachian Community." Database summaries, October 1989 and January 1990. 1206Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen M. Blee. "Appalachian Inequality in the 19th Century: The Case of Beech Creek Kentucky," circa 1991. 1207Blee, Kathleen M. and Billings, Dwight B. "Race Differences in the Origin and Consequences of Chronic Poverty in Rural Appalachia," October 1994. 1208Billings, Dwight B. and Kathleen M. Blee. "Causes and Consequences of Persistent Rural Poverty: A Longitudinal Case Study of an Appalachian Community." Two drafts, undated. 1209Blee, Kathleen M. and Billings, Dwight B. "Violence and Local State Formation: A Longitudinal Case Study of Appalachian Feuding," undated. Research and DataMigration and Population Studies Completed By and/or With the Assistance of James BrownAll studies have been arranged in chronological order by the date in which they were conducted. Within each study, materials are organized in the following order: background materials, proposals, notes and correspondence, blank schedules/data, completed schedules/data, final data and drafts of report, final reports.Jackson Study, circa 1940s This demographic study of Jackson, KY was probably done by or with James S. Brown. The study data includes attitude codes, population data, household/occupational data, hand tabulations, and family lists.1211Notes on attitude codes, circa 1940. 1212Population data notes and tables, circa 1940 1213Household and Occupation data notes and tables, circa 1940. 1214Sample list of families in Jackson and sample survey statistics, 1944-1945. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Reconnaissance Survey, 1943-1960 Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Farm Population and Rural Welfare, this study was concerned with the changing problems of rural America. Sampling was done from 71 counties to represent the nation's various farming areas. JSB was the author of Current and Anticipated Rural Migration in Humphreys County, TN and Columbus County, NC. The files include memos, guidelines, outlines, sample questions, prescription for problems, and individual county information and studies.1215USDA general memorandum #70, December 3, 1943. [Memo sets in broad terms the scope of the work to be done by the Division of Farm Population and Rural Welfare.]1216Memos from Carl C. Taylor, Head of Division of Farm Population and Rural Welfare, to the regional leaders, September 1944-January 1946. 1217Hagood, Margaret Jarman and Eleanor H. Bernert. "Component Indexes as a Basis for Stratification in Sampling," February 28, 1944. 1218Guides for Reconnaissance Survey of sample counties, September 5, 1944. [Drafts.] 1219List of sociological laboratory counties, January 20, 1945. 12110Field instructions for work in sample counties, September 1, 1945. 12111Community trends series objectives, October 1945. 12112Observation outline for county monographs, 1945. 12113Detailed prescription for current and anticipated rural migration problems, 1945. 12114Shelby County, Iowa, Report of a cultural reconnaissance, September 19, 1944. 12115Composite county reconnaissance report, February 1945. 12116Bell County, Texas, summary report, 1945. 12117Coahoma County, Mississippi, summary report, 1945. 12118Greene County, Georgia, summary report, 1945. 12119Humphreys County, Tennessee, summary report, 1945. 12120Columbus County, North Carolina, summary report, 1945-1960. 12121Henry County, Indiana, summary report, undated. 12122Oconee County, Georgia, summary report, undated. Returned Migration Study, 1947JSB was a principle interviewer for this study on the social and personal effects of migration in which migrants' financial success, relationship while absent, changes in health/habits, and changing viewpoints on education, farming, religion, housing, recreation, government, politics and programs were examined. Files include codes, instructions, background material, completed schedules, and a final report.NOTE: Some materials from this study have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information and are located in Box 149, Folders 1-5. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.1221Loomis, C.P. and L.S. Dodson. Standard of Living in Four Southern Appalachian Mountain Counties. USDA Farm Security Administration Social Research Report, no.10, October 1938. 1222Dodson, Linden S. "Magoffin County in Southern Appalachia: The Web of Human Relationships in a Self-Sufficing Economy," 1946. 1223Rice, Luther. "A Survey of Food Imported into Magoffin County Kentucky and Recommendations for Producing Food Needed in the County," undated. 1224Returned persons schedule and code, 1947-1948. 1225Returned persons sample and abstract, 1947. 1226Suggested approach and urban status of rural migrants attitude codes, 1947. 1227Instructions for the use of schedule R.S. Pop. 26, 1947-1948. 1228Blank schedule reply forms, 1947. 1229Tables for Magoffin County, Kentucky, 1947-1948. 12210Beers, Howard W. "Changes in Returned Migrants: Habits and Attitudes of Selected Rural Men and Women before and after Their Absence as Migrant from Magoffin County, Kentucky (1940-1947)," 1947. [final report] Scott County, Kentucky Population Research, circa late 1940s 12211Notes and data, incomplete, late 1940s. Mobility Survey: Characteristics of Migrants, 1949-1953 Folders contain raw data, research, and tabulations, with no notes or other analysis. This is likely JSB's project, but there is no evidence connecting this data to more complete projects.12212Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan areas I-III, 1949-1950. 12213Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan areas I-IX, 1949-1950. 12214Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area I, 1949-1950 12215Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area II, 1949-1950. 12216Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area III, 1949-1950. 1231Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area IV, 1949-1950. 1232Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan areas IV-VI, 1949-1950. 1233Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area V, 1949-1950. 1234Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area VI, 1949-1950. 1235Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area VII, 1949-1950. 1236Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area VII, non-whites, 1949-1950. 1237Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan areas VII-IX, 1949-1950. 1238Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area VIII, 1949-1950. 1239Tabulation for Kentucky, non-metropolitan area IX, 1949-1950. 12310Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan area A, 1949-1950. 12311Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan area A, non-whites, 1949-1950. 12312Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan area A, non-metropolitan area VII, 1949-1950. 12313Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan area B, 1949-1950 12314Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan area C, 1949-1950. 12315Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan areas A-C, 1949-1950. 1241Tabulation for Kentucky, metropolitan areas A-C, non-metropolitan areas I-IX, 1949-1950. 1242Tabulation for Kentucky, state economic areas A-C, 1949-1950. 1243Tabulation for Kentucky, state economic areas, I-IX, 1949-1950. 1244Tabulation for Kentucky, state economic areas, I-IX and A-C, 1949-1950. 1245Tabulation for Kentucky, state economic areas NA, 1949-1950. The People of Eastern Kentucky: A Demographic Look, 1950Conducted by, among other groups, the University of Kentucky Rural Sociology Department. JSB was most likely involved. This study examined the population in State Economic Areas (SEA) in eastern Kentucky and includes statistics, data tables, and notes.1246A Statistical Look at Eastern Kentucky, University of Kentucky Sociology Department, undated. 1247Population characteristics, 1950. 1248Economic areas and a map of Eastern Kentucky, 1950. Study of Changes in Rural Families in Western Kentucky, 1953NOTE: Some materials from this study have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information and are located in Box 149, Folders 6-8. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.1249Outline of manuscript and objectives of study, 1953. 12410Instruction sheet for the study, 1953. 12411Related correspondence, August 1952-August 1953. 12412Maps of counties that are involved in the study including: McCracken, Hickman, Fulton, Carlisle, Calloway, Marshall, Graves and Ballard. 1953. 12413Interviewers' notes on impressions of the study, 1953. 12414Staff meeting notes, January 1953. 12415Notes and suggestions for the study and schedules, 1953. 12416Miscellaneous notes, 1953. 12417Outline of materials in the study, 1953. 12418Code for information from screening sheet, 1953. 12419Code classification for Cards 1-6, 1953. 12420Additional items for the Family Card tabulation, undated. 12421Items for Family Head's Card tabulation, 1953. 12422Items for Wife's Card tabulation, 1953. 1251Tabulation cards for children, 1953. 1252Materials used for creating the drafts of the schedules, 1953. 1253Blank rough draft of Schedule A, 1953. 1254Blank rough draft of Schedule B, 1953. 1255Rough drafts of Schedules, 1953. 1256Blank screening sheets, 1953. 1257Blank complete schedule, 1953. Southern Appalachian Studies Migration Project, 1957-1959 This highlights JSB's work in the larger project completed by the Southern Appalachian Studies Group at Berea, Kentucky, which was ultimately published in The Southern Appalachian Region: A Survey, edited by Thomas Ford (See Box 43, Folder 10). The group's work was funded by The Ford Foundation. See also Box 126, Folder 13 for a related study.1258Preliminary plans, members of research staff, and study agenda, 1957-1958. 1259Notes on preliminary plans, 1959. 12510Outlines and working papers, 1957-1959. 12511Correspondence, 1957-1959. [Highlights James Brown's role in the project.] 12511aCorrespondence, 1960-1962. 12512Expense accounts for James Brown, April 1958-September 1959, undated. 12513Coding manual and migration codes, undated. 12514Population data and notes, 1959. 12515Blank schedule for migrants in Southern Ohio, undated. 1261Data on the destinations of Southern Appalachian migrants, undated. 1252Tabulations of the direction of migrants included in the household survey, 1957-1959. 1263Blank household survey, Summer 1958. 1264Memo from Thomas R. Ford, Director of General Research Staff, undated. [Concerns the final report publication.]1265Brown, James S. "Migration to and from the Southern Appalachians, 1935-1959: A Preliminary Report on the Southern Appalachian Studies Migration Project," 1959. 1266"Tables Showing Components of Population Change and Percent Due to Net Migration for State Economic Areas, Metropolitan Areas and Counties, Southern Appalachians, 1950-1960: A Preliminary Report, without Interpretation." October 1960.Study of Educational Selectivity in Rural-Urban Migrations in Seven Southern Appalachian States, circa 1958Based on the work of Horace Hamilton, NC State College, in which he studied the educational level of rural-urban migrants in North Carolina, this study expands his work to include Kentucky, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, and West Virginia. The files include Horace Hamilton's work, correspondence between Hamilton and Brown, research/data, and tabulations. 1267Hamilton, C. Horace. "Educational Selectivity of Rural-Urban Migration: Preliminary Results of a North Carolina Study," 1957. [Serves as the model for other states.] 1268Notes and tables by Horace C. Hamilton, 1960-1970. 1269Correspondence, May-June 1958. [Correspondence is between Horace Hamilton and James S. Brown.] 12610Data and tables on the net-migration rates of seven states: Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. 12611Notes on Rural-Farm population characteristics, undated. 12612Data tables on the Total and rural-farm populations of all seven states between 1940-1950. Southern Appalachian Attitude Survey, May 1958-May 1959 Completed by the Southern Appalachian Studies group at Berea, Kentucky, this study examines the social adjustment and personal stability of Appalachian migrants, as well as the attitudes towards jobs, migration, and healthcare within Appalachia. See also Box 125, Folder 8-15 and Box 126, Folder 1-6 for a related study.12613Correspondence, notes and copy of the survey, 1958-1959. NC-18, Impact of Population Changes on Rural Life, 1959This study serves as a background/model for the Magoffin County study found in Boxes 127-129.12614Russell, Amy. "Progress Report on Corn Belt Study of the Impact of Rural Out-Migration on Rural Communities in the County Studied [Greene County, Iowa]," June 26, 1958. 12615Reports on Green County, Iowa, 1962.[Reports include: The school system, the government health and welfare system, the church system and the economic system.] 12616Nasrat, Motiey F. and Ray E. Wakely. "Conceptual Variable Analysis of Rural Migration in Iowa," undated. 12617Project outline, February 1960. 12618Theoretical Formulation and Instruments for Field Studies in Migration: a Report of the Procedure Committee of the North Central Regional Project, undated. 12619Various reports of the Procedure Committee of the North Central Regional Project, undated. 12620Preliminary Report of the Special Committee concerned with developing the theoretical framework for the NC-18 studies of migration, undated. 12621Blank schedules concerning changes in the church and its subsystems: 1950-1958, Green County, Iowa, 1958. 12622Code for attitudes towards occupation, undated. 1271Interviewer instructions for Greene County, Iowa, undated. 1272Blank schedules for Green County, Iowa family survey, undated. 1273Attitudes towards occupation survey, undated. 1274Map of Southern Appalachians and Kentucky, undated. Study of the Effects of Migration on the Institutions of Magoffin County, Kentucky, 1959This study was part of the third phase of the original regional study by the North Central Regional Sub-Committee on Population or NC-18. James Brown worked with Thomas Ford, a colleague in the UK Rural Sociology Department, conducting field work in Magoffin County. Using both the NC-18 guidelines and previous work done in Green County, Iowa to form their study, Brown and Ford looked at what effects population change had on schools, churches, businesses, government, and agriculture. The files include background materials about Magoffin County, schedules, forms, code keys, completed schedules, correspondence, notes, summaries of findings, and maps of findings. NOTE: Some materials from this study have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information and are located in Box 150, Folder 1 - Box 151, Folder 7. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.1275Maps of Magoffin County Kentucky, 1951. 1276Young, James and Ward Bauder. Membership Characteristics of Special-Interest Organizations: A Comparison of Large and Small Organizations in Four Kentucky Counties. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin no. 594, February 1953. 1277Summary report of County Agent's work in Magoffin County, 1953. 12784-H Club accomplishments in Magoffin County Kentucky, 1958. 1279Magoffin County Report on Rural Development, 1959. 12710"1860-1960, Magoffin's First Century: Born in Freedom -- Working for Progress." Issued at Salyersville, Magoffin County Kentucky, June 1960. 12711High school student schedule from Michigan State University, undated. 12712Beers, Howard. "Changes in Returned Migrants: Habits and Attitudes of Selected Rural Men and Women before and after their Absence as migrants from Magoffin County, Kentucky, 1940-1947," undated. 12713Hillary Jr., George A. "A Comparative Analysis of Ten Villages," undated. 12714Introduction to the study and Magoffin County, Kentucky, undated. 12715Correspondence, 1958-1959. [Includes letters asking for Greene County, Iowa information.]12716Study description and plans for field work, July 1959 and undated. 12717Sample selection: Who they are and how they were chosen, undated. 12718Notes on sample characteristics, undated. 12719Drafts of schedule for community leaders, undated. 12720Blank schedule for community leaders, 1959. 12721Complete set of blank schedules for community leaders, 1959. 12722Blank education forms A and B: general information and schedule for school administrator, undated. 12723Blank economy forms A and B: general information and schedule for businessmen, undated. 12724Blank government forms A, A-1, and A-A: general information, county government, and problems schedule for county government, undated. 12725Blank government forms B and BB: Salyersville city government and problems schedule for city government officials, undated. 1281Blank health and welfare forms A, AA and B: general information, problems schedule for institutional personnel, and changes in selected public welfare program, undated. 1282Blank recreation forms A and B: general information and problems schedule for recreational leaders, undated. 1283Blank religion forms A and B: general information and schedule for ministers and churches, undated. 1284Code key, Card I, 1959. 1285Code key, Card II, 1959. 1286Code key, Card III, 1960. 1287Code key, Card IV, 1960. 1288Code key, Card V, 1960. 1289Code key, Cards I-b, I-c, R-II-b, IV-b, IV-c, V-b, VII-b, and VIII-b 12810Notes on formal organizations, circa 1959. 12811Raw data and notes on economy, undated. 12812Draft of the summary report on economy, undated. 12813Raw data and notes on education, undated. 12814Notes and tabulations on education, undated. [Concerning schedules and reports.] 12815Summary report of Magoffin County leaders' attitudes towards education and the education section study report, undated. 12816Summary report on general attitudes about the county, the community and their future, undated. 12817Summary report on health, undated. 12818National Council of Churches. Churches and Church Membership in the United States: An Enumeration and Analysis by Counties, States and Regions, 1957. 12819Church Minutes, Mt. Zion Association of United Baptists and Paint Union Association of United Baptists, 1960-1961. 12820Kaufman, Harold F. Religious Organization in Kentucky, August 1948 and Rural Churches in Kentucky, 1947. Bulletins issued by the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, April 1949. 12821List of churches in Magoffin County and related correspondence, 1959-1962. 1291Raw data and notes on religion, undated. 1292Comparative tables and notes about churches and religion, undated. 1293Summary report on religion, undated. 1294Summary report on welfare, undated. 1295Summary report on government assistance and welfare, undated. 1296Miscellaneous notes on schedules, undated. 1297Tabulated key cards II-V and notes, undated. 1298Data on Magoffin County population changes, 1940-1950 and undated. 1299Notes on Srole scale statistic distribution, undated. 12910Dun and Bradstreet data for selected periods 1900-1945 and undated. 12911Notes on suggestions for analysis and interpretation, 1959. 12912Drafts of summary and conclusion, undated. 12913Summary of answers on the schedules for community leaders, 1959. 12914Summary tables for the institutions and organizations, highlighting changes since 1950, undated. Study of Kentucky Migrants in Southern Ohio, 1959Completed by the Agricultural Extension Service at the University of Kentucky, the study focuses on the problems that rural Kentuckians faced when they moved to Southern Ohio cities. JSB interviewed migrants in Cincinnati. The files include notes, schedules (used and unused), data tables, and tabulated answers.NOTE: Some materials from this study have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information and are located in Box 151, Folder 8 - Box 154, Folder 4. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.12915Migrant study and survey guidelines and outline, 1959. 12916Related correspondence, October 1958-September 1959. 12917Possible uses for the material on Kentucky migrants to southern Ohio, undated. 12918Pretests for the Kentucky Rural Development Education Study, 1959. 12919Lists of questions for the study schedule, 1959. 12920Notes relating to schedules, circa 1959. 12921Drafts of schedules, 1959. 1301Final complete draft of schedule, 1959. 1302Unfinished schedule, undated. 1303Original data tables and code sheets, 1959. 1304Hand tabulation data, 1959. 1305Data tables on questions #1-36, 1959. 1306Data tables on questions #37-75, 1959. 1307Data tables on questions #76-114, 1959. 1308Data tables on questions #102-103, 1959. The Barbourville, Corbin, London, Williamsburg Area: A Potential Metropolitan Area, 1960 1309Project proposal, September 1960-September 1961. [James Brown was project leader.]13010Related correspondence, 1960-1961. 13011Miscellaneous notes, undated. 13012Newspaper clippings, July 19, 1959. Patterns of Migration from, to and within the Southeastern United States, 196013013Project proposals, undated. 13014Grant application for the National Science Foundation, undated. 13015Related correspondence, September 1959-April 1960 and undated. 13016Miscellaneous notes, undated. Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project, 1961-1967NOTE: Please see also Box 146 for oversize materials related to this project. Also, Box 239, Folder 5 contains a photograph related to this study.13017Tables on the population and population characteristics of Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project (EKRDP) counties 1820-1860, undated. 13018Hurley, Ray and Richard Smith. "Excerpts from New Approaches and Methods for the 1950 Census of Agriculture," 1951. 13019Brown, James S. "Some Comments on the Institutional Structure of Eastern Kentucky," September 1, 1960. 13020Notes and data on agriculture and forestry situation in eastern Kentucky, September 1960. [Notes for the Orientation and Training Session of the EKRDP held at Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington Kentucky, September 20, 1960.]13021Eastern and western Kentucky turnpike overview, circa early 1960s. 13022Whisman, John D. "Statement Regarding the Report of the Kennedy Task Force on Area Redevelopment," January 1961. 13023Training Research Resource Development: A Proposal, 1961. 13024Planning and organizing materials, circa 1961. 1311Correspondence, 1960-1970. 1312United States Department of Agriculture. Rural Areas Development Newsletter, no. 42, April 1962. 1313Statistical Journal of Economic Security in Kentucky, November 1962-June 1965. 1314Browning, Wilmer and Stephen Q. Allen. Kentucky Agricultural Income Potential by Extension Areas, circa 1965. 1315Spencer, Steven M. "The Birth Control Revolution." The Saturday Evening Post, January 15, 1966. 1316Statistical Journal of Economic Security in Kentucky, June 1966-June 1968. 1317American Friends Service Committee: A Brief Description, undated. 1318"A Brief Historical Look at Kentucky," undated. 1319John, Bruce M. A Bibliography of Research in Eastern Kentucky, undated. 13110Kentucky county lists and table on the African American population in Kentucky, undated. 13111Ramsey, Ralph. "Resource Development in Eastern Kentucky," undated. 13112Project proposal, 1960. [Submitted to the Kellogg Foundation by the College of Agricultural and Home Economics at the University of Kentucky.]13113Revised draft of project proposal, 1968. 13114Plans of work, 1962-1966. 13115Miller, William R., plan of work, 1962-1967. 13116Tables on the population growth in Kentucky Economic Areas 8 and 9 combined from 1860-1960, undated. 13117Tables and notes on the population growth in eastern Kentucky from 1860-1960, undated. 13118Tables and notes on family and household characteristics from 1900-1963, undated. 13119Tables and notes on demographic characteristics of rural farms in eastern Kentucky from 1900-1960, undated. 13120Total population and percent change in population at ten year intervals from 1930-1960, undated. 1321Tables and notes on education and age composition in population growth from 1930-1960, undated. 1322Tables and notes on population change by industry group from 1940-1960 and undated. 1323Charts and figures detailing characteristics about eastern Kentucky from 1940-1962, undated. 1324Tables on the amounts of government assistance received, grouped by county from 1940-1963, undated. 1325Tables and notes on coal production in Southern Appalachia from 1948-1958 and in Kentucky from 1950-1960, undated. 1326Tables and notes on Kentucky population growth due to net migration and natural increase, 1950-1960, undated. 1327Tables and notes on the composition of industry and occupational groups in eastern Kentucky from 1950-1960, undated. 1328Tabulations of Kentucky resident deaths, births and infant deaths as recorded by the Kentucky State Department of Health, October 1959. 1329Tables and notes on age composition, grouped by county, 1960. 13210Final tables on population and population characteristics of EKRDP counties, 1960-1962. 13211Early draft of tables report prepared by James Brown and Ralph Ramsey, "Tables on Population and Population Characteristics of EKRDP Counties," September 1962. 13212Drafts of tables report prepared by James Brown and Ralph Ramsey, "Tables on Population and Population Characteristics of EKRDP Counties," September 1962. 13213Final Draft of tables report prepared by James Brown and Ralph Ramsey, "Tables on Population and Population Characteristics of EKRDP Counties," September 1962. 13214Kruegal, David L. Kentucky County Population Estimates July 1, 1966-July 1, 1967, November 1966. 13215Notes on the growth and characteristics of eastern Kentucky's population, undated. 13216Miscellaneous notes and tables on population, undated. 13217Meeting minutes and related correspondence, 1960-1969.1331Progress reports, January 1961-August 1962. 1331aAnnual reports of the EKRDP, 1961-1967. 1332Narrative reports by Paul Teague, William Miller, Kenneth Bean, C.A. Gunn and William Bridges, April 1961-April 1967. 1333Miller, William R. "Report to Advisory Committee on Community Services: January-April 1962," May 2, 1962. 1334Case reports of specialists and a condensed report on the EKRDP, 1965-1966. 1335East Kentucky Reporter: Reporting on the Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project, vol. I, no.1, August 1961; vol. 2, no. 1, February 1962; vol. 2, no. 2 Autumn 1962. 1336Drafts of the paper "The Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project" by James S. Brown, February 1962. [Paper prepared for the meetings of the Agricultural and Economics and Rural Sociology section of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers, Florida, February 1962.] 1337Miller, William R. "Eastern Kentucky Handbook on Area Development Councils, County Development Associations, Community Development Groups," circa early 1962. 1338Materials used for teaching a course in Letcher County Kentucky, 1962. 1339Materials used for the Forum on Education, March 28, 1962. [Includes agenda, notes and paper by James Brown "The Tightening Web of Relations."]13310East Kentucky Reporter: Reporting on the Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project, vol. 3, no. 1, Spring 1963; vol. 3, no. 2, Autumn 1963; vol. 4, no.1, Autumn 1964. 13311Miller, William R. "Development Organizations in Eastern Kentucky, 1963," undated. 13312Miller, William R. "Overall Development Organizations in Appalachia Kentucky, 1964," undated. 13313Miller, William R. "Overall Development Organizations in Appalachia Kentucky, 1965," undated. 13314EKRDP (Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project) Staff. Census Data for Community Action Programming 120 Kentucky Counties, 1960, June 1965. Public Welfare Programs, 196313315Program notes, tables, and data, 1963. Mountain Families in Poverty: A Study of Eastern Kentucky Families, 1964NOTE: Please see also Box 145 for oversize materials related to this project.NOTE: Some materials from this study have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information and are located in Box 154, Folder 5. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.13316Statistical Journal of Economic Security in Kentucky, October and November 1953. 13317Related correspondence, March 1964-April 1968, undated. 1341Supplemental program and preliminary summary for Aid for Dependent Children, 1964. 1342Newspaper clippings, January-April 1964, undated. 1343Miscellaneous notes, 1964 and undated. 1344Work copy of complete index, undated. 1345Code identification sheets, undated. 1346Code/Key cards #1-78, undated. 1347Schedule cards 0-3 and work copies of male schedules, questions #1-107, undated. 1348Schedule cards 11-14 and work copies of female schedules, questions #1-113, undated. 1349Schedule cards 21, 31-33 and work copies of food data card, family members residing in household, family members out of household and children deceased schedules, undated. 13410Schedules for head of household and homemaker, Spring 1964. 13411Homemaker schedule, Summer 1964. 13412Schedule cards 0-3, final male schedules, questions #1-107, undated. 1351Schedule cards 11-14, final female schedules, questions 1-113, undated. 1352Schedules for head of household, homemaker, and food data card, undated. 1353Schedule cards 31-33, final family members residing in household, family members out of household and children deceased schedules, undated. 1354Final draft of the description of material possessions of eastern Kentucky people, undated. 1355Preliminary reports, 1965. 1356Johnson, Cyrus M. Mountain Families in Poverty. Final Report, May 1965. Migration Streams Study: Migration to, from and Within the Southern Appalachians, 1965-1969The purpose of this study was to determine the migration patterns from 1955-1960 for the Southern Appalachian State Economic Areas (SEAs) and metropolitan areas. The investigators wanted to see why the patterns developed and to compare them to those found from 1949-1950. The files include background and supplemental materials, project planning materials, notes, tables, maps, conclusions, and reports.1357DeJung, Gordon F. "Out-Migration from Southern Appalachian Economic and Metropolitan Areas, 1949-1950," 1955-1960. 1358Senate Bill S.964 of the 85th Congress, 1st Session, February 25, 1957. [Concerns alleviating unemployment in economic depressed areas.]1359Related correspondence with the United States Department of Commerce and Department of Agriculture, July 1958-March 1968. 13510Newspaper clippings about migrants, July 1958 and undated. 13511Related correspondence, October 1958-March 1966. 13512Center for Regional Economic Studies, University of Pittsburgh. Appalachian Region Data Book, July 1964. [prepared for the Appalachian Regional Commission] 13513Hillery Jr., George A., James S. Brown and Gordon DeJung. "Migration Systems of the Southern Appalachians: Some Demographic Observations." Rural Sociology, 1965. 13514Brown, James S. "Migratory Streams from the Southern Appalachians to Specified Metropolitan Areas in the Midwest, 1949-1950," April 1966. 1361Lists of dominant in and out migration streams from 1949-1950, May 1966. 1362Fox, Karl A. "Functional Economic Areas and Consolidated Urban Regions of the United States." Social Science Research Council, vol. 21, no. 4, December 1967. 1363Serow, William J., Julia H. Martin and Michael A. Spar. "Migration Between State Economic Areas: Review of the Data on Some Initial Analysis." Review of Public Data Use, vol. 2, no. 3, July 1974. 1364Brown, James S. "Migration Within, to and From the Southern Appalachians 1935-1958: Extent, Directions, and Social Effects," undated. [includes drafts and notes.] 1365Brown, James S. and George A. Hillery Jr. "Some Conclusions on Migration Streams from a Study of the Appalachian Mountains," undated. [Drafts of article.] 1366Factors related to migration, undated. 1367Hillery Jr., George A., James S. Brown and Gordon DeJung. "Migration Streams of the Southern Appalachians: Some Demographic Observations," undated. 1368Lists of state economic areas (SEAs) and metropolitan areas, including those to be included in the study, January 1967. 1369Lists of the sets of tabulations to be completed by the study, undated. 13610Research project plan, undated. 13611Drafts of the study proposal, undated. 13612Drafts of the purpose of study and plan for analysis, undated. 13613Final draft of the purpose of study and plan for analysis, undated. 13614Notes and tabulations on the in and out migration based on the 1935-1940 data, 1955-1960. 13615Notes and tables on the comparison of the 1955-1960 study to the East North Central System 1949-1950, 1955-1960. 13616Pre-study notes on the migration systems of the southern Appalachians, 1955-1960. 13617Notes and data on the socio-effects of out-migration and in-migration upon communities within the region, 1955-1960. 13618Notes and data on state economic and metropolitan areas, 1955-1960. 13619Notes on out-migration by state economic areas and metropolitan areas in the southern Appalachians, 1955-1960. 13620Notes on some general ideas on southern Appalachia, 1955-1960. 1371Notes on the summary of all state Appalachian areas, phase III, 1955-1960. 1372Migrant summary notes and drafts, 1955-1960. 1373Drafts of the summary of migratory streams to, and form the local mining area of eastern Kentucky 1955-1960. 1374Data on the in and out migration in the southern Appalachians, May 27, 1966. 1375Notes on the description and delineation of the southern Appalachians, undated. 1376Notes and table on the components of population change due to net-migration, undated. 1377Notes on out-migration delineation, undated. 1378Notes on different migration systems, undated. [Focus is on the Southwest Ohio and Atlanta Systems.]1379Notes on contiguous and intra-areas, undated. 13710Notes on metropolitan areas, undated. 13711Miscellaneous notes, undated. 13712Notes on out-migration for state Appalachian areas and on Appalachian areas that do not fit into any migration system, undated. 13713Data on in-migration by state economic and metropolitan areas for all nine states in the southern Appalachians, 1955-1960. 13714Tables on out-migration to contiguous areas, 1955-1960. 13715Tables on migration to and from contiguous areas,1955-1960. 13716Notes and tables on out-migration by area, 1955-1960. [Areas include: Midwest, Southeast, Southwest, Far West, and East.] 13717Notes and tables on out-migration by state economic areas, 1955-1960. 13718Data on the Alabama primary and secondary system, 1955-1960. 13719Data on in and out migration in the Atlanta, Georgia system, 1955-1960. 13720Data on the Maryland primary and secondary system, 1955-1960. 13721Data on in and out migration in metropolitan areas, 1955-1960. 1381Data on in and out migration in the Detroit, Michigan and Chicago, Illinois systems, 1955-1960. 1382Data on the Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan systems, 1955-1960. 1383Data on the North Carolina system, 1955-1960. 1384Data on in and out migration in the Cincinnati, Dayton, and Hamilton, Ohio system, 1955-1960. 1385Data on in and out migration in the Columbus, Ohio System, 1955-1960. 1386Data on in and out migration in the eastern Ohio system, 1955-1960. 1387Data on in and out migration in the southern Ohio system, 1955-1960. 1388Data on in and out migration in the southwestern Ohio system, 1955-1960. 1389Data on the South Carolina system, 1955-1960. 13810Data on the Central and Eastern Tennessee system (Chattanooga system), 1955-1960. 13811Data on the Knoxville, Tennessee system, 1955-1960. 13812Data on the Central Appalachian and Virginia system, 1955-1960. 13813Data on the West Virginia system, 1955-1960. 13814Maps for state out-migration 1935-1940, 1949-1950, and 1955-1960. 13815Phase III maps, primary, secondary and state systems, 1955-1960. 13816Drafts of tabulations and appendixes, undated. 13817Worksheets/Tabulations for phase I and part of phase II, out migration from different Appalachian areas, undated. 13818Analysis of state in and out migration, total exchange and net migration, undated. 13819Migration results by state and state economic area, undated. 13820Drafts of final report, undated. 13821Drafts of reports, undated. 1391Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: Hinterlands and Growth Centers, A Study of Migratory Stream Systems, 1955-1960," undated.[Drafts and notes.]1392Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: Hinterlands and Growth Centers, A Study of Migratory Stream Systems, 1955-1960," undated. [Draft.]1393Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: Hinterlands and Growth Centers, A Study of Migratory Stream Systems, 1955-1960," undated. [Drafts and tables.] 1394Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: Hinterlands and Growth Centers, A Study of Migratory Stream Systems, 1955-1960," undated. [Final report.] The Metropolitanization of the South and its Effects on Rural Areas, 19671395Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas: July 1, 1965." Current Population Reports, no. 371, August 14, 1967. 1396Project proposal, April 13, 1970. 1397Notes and secondary data, 1966-1971 and undated. Midland Project, 1967 The Kentucky Area Development Office, the Kentucky Economic Development Administration, and the Appalachian Regional Commission, along with other state and local agencies, sought to create a "New Town," an employment, commercial, and residential center called "Midland." The goal of this development was to stimulate economic growth in eastern Kentucky..1398Proposal for project and funds, May 1967. 1399Memos, minutes and project reports, September 1967-November 1967.[James Brown was a sociology consultant for the project.]Population Changes Related to Agricultural and Rural Life in Kentucky, 196713910Project proposal, 1967. 13911Miscellaneous notes, undated. 13912Progress report, undated. 13913Related correspondence, November 1968-May 1973. 13914Termination report, October 1971. Appalachian Research Project, 1969This was a project of the Agricultural Experiment Station and the Rural Sociology Department at the University of Kentucky. The study focused on Appalachian Kentucky, analyzing various subjects such as population, resources, families, communities, social classes, religion, education, government, health, and welfare. The materials in this file indicate that the findings were being prepared for publication, however the study's final format is unknown.13915Drafts, notes and materials used in project, 1969. [fragments and incomplete sections] Appalachian Migrants to Midwest Metropolitan Areas, circa 1974-1975This study, authored by JSB and Clyde McCoy, aimed to describe and interpret the patterns of Appalachian migration to Midwestern cities. The study asked: Where do they go? Where did they come from? How does the migration cause regional social change? The study included background materials, notes, tables, and rough and final drafts of the report.13916Paper abstract for paper by James S. Brown and Clyde McCoy, "Southern Appalachia Migration and Metropolises: A Study of Migratory Stream Systems, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970," undated. [This paper was later revised for Chapter 3 of The Invisible Minority: Urban Appalachians, edited by William W. Philliber and Clyde B. McCoy, 1981. See Box 143, Folder 2.] 13917Review of James S. Brown and Clyde McCoy's paper, undated. 13918Brown, James S. "Migratory Streams from the Southern Appalachians to Specified Metropolitan Areas in the Midwest, 1949-1950," April 1966. 13919The Appalachian Region as defined by the Appalachian Regional Commission, 1968. 13920Warner, Paul. "1974 Population Estimates for Kentucky," July-August 1975. 13921Kentucky state economic area migration 1955-1960 and 1965-1970, undated. 13922Related correspondence, June 1975, undated. 13923Data and notes on out-migration, 1949-1950, undated. 13924Tables of out-migrants and net migration for 1949-1950, 1955-1960, and 1965-1970, undated. 1401Tables of in and out migration from Appalachian areas to various metropolitan areas, undated. 1402Tables of out migration by focal and metropolitan area, undated. 1403Tables and notes on unemployment, income, population and net-migration from the southern Appalachians, undated. 1404Tables and notes for the appendix, undated. 1405Drafts of summary report, undated. [1 of 2] 1406Drafts of summary report, undated. [2 of 2] 1407Final report, "Appalachian Migrants to Midwestern Metropolitan Areas: 1955-1960 and 1965-1970" by Clyde B. McCoy and James S. Brown, undated. Southern Appalachian Migratory Streams Persistence and Change, 19741408Memos and notes, 1974. 1409Outline to submit to the experiment station, undated. Rural Development and the Quality of Life in the Rural South, 1975Conducted by the Southern Research Committee, made up of members from various universities and institutions, this study compiled demographic, social, economic, and other changes in selected counties of the South since 1960. It also aimed to determine the changes in the quality of life in these same areas since 1960. JSB was a project leader for Kentucky. The files include the project proposal, schedules, meeting minutes, related correspondence, reports, and tabulations.14010Draft of project proposal, 1971. 14011Blank schedules, 1971. 14012Meeting minutes and information, 1971-1973. 1411Related correspondence, February 1971-August 1973. 1412Invitation for University of Kentucky faculty involvement, 1972. 1413List of suggested research topics, 1972. 1414Miscellaneous notes, 1972. 1415Progress reports, February 1971-December 1973, undated. 1416Miscellaneous reports and tabulations, September 1971-November 1973. Counterstream Migration and Turnaround Reversal Counties in Kentucky, 19761417Project proposal, December 1976. 1418Miscellaneous data and tables, 1976. 1419Draft of introduction for summary report, undated. Interdisciplinary Assessment of Fertility Management (Leslie County, Kentucky), 1979-1984This project was funded by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). JSB was a co-investigator for the first two years of the project. The project aimed to determine the fertility management behaviors of married couples in Leslie County. Files include correspondence, guidelines/outlines, progress reports, field reports/summaries, survey schedules, and the final report.14110Leslie County summary prepared by James Brown, 1978. 14111Various reference materials, 1970-1983 [includes "Subjective Efficacy Toward Birth Control," "Modern and Traditional Value: A Demographic Study," "Those Perplexing U.S. Fertility Swings," "Migration Population Growth and Development," "Health Care Services and the Appalachian Migrant," and "Chain Migration: A New Look at an Old Tradition." ] 14112Statement of work, December 13, 1979. 14113Current project personnel, July 1980. 14114Project proposal, December 1979. 14115Related correspondence, 1979-1980. 14116Progress report on first six months of project (June 30-December 30, 1980), December 31, 1980. 14117Leslie County family health survey, 1981. 14118Blank schedules, Summer and Fall 1981. 14119Draft for the analytic framework for survey interview research design and instrumentation, January 1981. 14120Codes for open-ended questions, November 1981. 14121City, county and state codes, November 1981. 14122Notes on major references and variables, 1981. 14123Miscellaneous notes, undated. 14124Progress report on the 3rd six months of project (July 1, 1981-December 31, 1981) December 31, 1981. 14125In-depth interview planning and guide, January-June 1982. 14126Field report, observations, preliminary findings and suggestions for in-depth study, February 1982. [submitted by Ron Rosentiel] 1421Second summary report of salient results on the past twelve months of the project (April 1, 1981- March 31, 1982), April 15, 1982. 1422Brief summary of the preliminary results of analysis, April 26, 1982. 1423Project report outline, May 11, 1982. 1424Progress report on fourth six months of project (January 1, 1982- June 30, 1982) June 30, 1982. 1425Draft manuscript of the NICHD project paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociology Society, July 18, 1983. 1426Initial draft of the final summary report, May 1984. 1427Final summary report, 1984. The Invisible Minority, 1981This project, focusing on urban Appalachians, grew out of a conference held in March 1974 in Columbus, Ohio. From the papers presented there, an edited volume, The Invisible Minority, emerged. JSB participated in the conference and contributed to the volume published by the University Press of Kentucky in 1981.1431Burnight, Robert G. 100 Years of Interstate Migration - 1850-1950. Bulletin 330, June 1957. 1432McCoy, Clyde B. and James S. Brown. "Appalachian Migration to Midwestern Metropolitan Areas," 1970. [This article was ultimately revised to become Chapter 3 of The Invisible Minority: Urban Appalachians, edited by William W. Philliber and Clyde B. McCoy, 1981. See Box 144, Folder 21 for final version.] 1433"Kentucky's Young Child - Getting a Good Start in School." Bureau of School Service Bulletin, vol. 43, no. 3, March 1971. 1434Cincinnati Model Neighborhood Survey, Decks 1-5, February 1972. 1435Cincinnati Model Neighborhood Survey, Decks 6-9, February 1972. 1436Sherrill, Sam. "Some Preliminary Findings from the Model Neighborhood Resident Survey," March 1972. 1437Migration bibliography, Fall 1973. 1438Miscellaneous research objectives, 1973-1977. 1439Paper by Charlotte Cottrill, October 1974. 14310Urban Appalachian Council, research bulletins, January and October 1975. 14311Ford, Thomas R. and Gerry M. Arthur. "The Prediction and Explanation of County Net Migration Rates in Kentucky: An Explanatory Study," June 1975. 14312Murdock, Steve H. and Clyde B. McCoy. "Social Change in Appalachia: Three Decades of Expansion," August 1975. 14313"Aged Migration in the United States 1965-1970." Final report, February 28, 1979. 14314LaGodna, Gretchen E. "The Single Rural Woman: Invisible Struggles," 1979. 14315Graham, Mary N. "Analysis of the Indiana-Appalachia and Ohio-Appalachia Migration Streams: The Simultaneous Equations Approach," May 1980. 14316Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Migration and Metropolises: A Study of Migratory-Stream Systems 1955-1960," undated. 14317"Migration Streams in Kentucky," undated. 14318Correspondence related to the book and project, 1970-1980. 14319Correspondence and tape or reel records, 1973-1974. 1441Migration conference tentative agenda, May 1979. 1442Index of names of SEA's and SMSA's, undated. 1443Tables on the native population of Southern Appalachian States by division and state of birth, 1950. 1444Tables and notes on percent distribution of population born in seven southern states but living in other states, 1950 and 1960. 1445Data on the population of the southern Appalachian counties by state, 1950, 1960, and 1970. 1446Tables on regional net interchange and stream-counterstream efficiency index for non-metro and metro SEAs, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1447Computer data on migration to and from Kentucky state economic areas to and from 509 state economic areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1448Data on the number of migrants from their state economic area of residence to their new state economic area of residence for state economic areas in Kentucky, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1449Data on Kentucky state economic area migration 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 14410Tables and maps on Appalachian migration to metropolitan areas, 1960. 14411Population by Appalachian counties, 1960. 14412Table on the state of residence of persons born in Kentucky, 1960-1970. 14413Summary of social characteristics by counties in Kentucky, 1970. 14414Maps of Appalachia, 1971 and undated. 14415Agricultural land data sheet for the National Agricultural Lands Study, showing the agricultural land base in 1977. 14416Table on migration to Florida, compiled by Clyde B. McCoy, undated. 14417Miscellaneous notes, undated. 14417aDraft of Chapter 2, "Stereotypes of Appalachian Migrants," by Clyde B. McCoy and Virginia McCoy Watkins, undated.14418Draft of Chapter 3, "Appalachian Migration to Midwestern Metropolitan Areas," by Clyde B. McCoy and James S. Brown, undated. 14419Draft of Chapter 6, "Implications of Demographic and Social Changes in Appalachia for Urban Areas," by Clyde B. McCoy, James S. Brown, and Virginia McCoy Watkins, undated. 14420Consent to publish, March 1979. 14421Final Version of Chapter 3, "Appalachian Migration to Midwestern Metropolitan Areas." 14422Final version of Chapter 6, "Implications of Demographic and Social Changes in Appalachia for Urban Areas." Miscellaneous Studies14423Miscellaneous incomplete research materials, 1947-1950 and undated. Mountain Families in Poverty: A Study of Eastern Kentucky Families, 1964[Oversize -- Please see Box 133, Folder 16 - Box 135, Folder 6 for more materials relating to this project.]1451Final report, May 1967. 1452Meal pattern survey, code keys, undated. 1453Meal pattern survey, computer data, undated. [1 of 2] 1454Meal pattern survey, computer data, undated. [2 of 2] Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project, 1961-1967 [Oversize -- Please see Box 130, Folder 17 - Box 133, Folder 14 for more materials relating to this project.]1461Final draft of all tables in "Tables on Population and Population Characteristics of EKRDP Counties," September 1962. 1462Tables and notes on population growth factors including dependents, fertility rates, births and deaths, for 1860-1970, undated. 1463Tables on church memberships and characteristics for 1926-1952, undated. 1464Tables, maps and notes of employed persons by industry and occupational groups for 1940-1960, undated. 1465Tables on population change due to net-migration and natural increase for 1940-1960, undated. 1466Tables on school and education characteristics for 1940-1963, undated. 1467Tables and notes on urban and rural population change for 1950-1960, undated. 1468Tabulation totals for different variables separated by economic area and county for 1955-1960, undated. 1469Tables on household and family characteristics including income and government assistance for 1955-1962, undated. Other StudiesAll studies are organized in the following order: background materials, proposals, notes and correspondence, blank schedules/data, completed schedules/data, final data and drafts of report, final reports.Studies of Families on Farms in Kentucky, 1949A project of the Agricultural Experiment Station and the University of Kentucky's Department of Rural Sociology, this study looks at the components of family farms including what farms produce (e.g. crops, livestock). The study includes instructions, blank schedules, codes, and some data. James Brown's role is not clear, but he was probably involved through the Sociology Department.1471List and description of materials to be used in the study, undated. 1472Instructions for making tables on procedure men working units, 1949. 1473Instructions for use of schedule, 1949. 1474Blank schedule, 1949. 1475Code keys, 1949. 1476Lists of organizations in Magoffin County Kentucky and a 1942 community and neighborhood map of Magoffin County, 1949. 1477Data and maps of Trigg, Garrard, Harrison, Powell, and Magoffin counties in Kentucky, 1949. A Comparison of Some Aspects of Family Life between Two Areas of Leslie County Kentucky, 1951-1952Probably done under James Brown's assistance or leadership, but the surveys were collected by Mary Ann Quarles. The study examines characteristics of family life such as roles, responsibilities, and activities. The files include schedules/surveys, notes, and a draft of the report.NOTE: Some materials from this study have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information and are located in Box 154, Folder 6 - Box 155, Folder 15. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.1478Draft of summary report, undated. Utilization of Rural Manpower in Eastern Kentucky, circa 19521479Notes and blank schedule, 1952. Career Plans of Young People, 196814710Project proposal and plans, undated. 14711Statement of research objectives, 1968. 14712Abstract of research proposal, March 1968. 14713Progress reports, December 1968-October 1971 and undated. 14714Blank schedules, undated. 14715Code keys for cards 1-3 and also for work deck 91, 1971. Study of Occupational and Educational Goals for Children, 196814716Survey forms, 1968. Characteristics and Functioning of a Rural Family, 196814717Project proposal, undated. 14718Progress Reports, February 1968- October 1971 and undated. Aging in Appalachia, 196914719Miscellaneous notes, February 1969-April 1969 and undated. 14720Research plan, undated. 14721Blank schedule, undated. The Personal Stability and Social Adjustment of Eastern Kentuckians as Related to Family and Kinship Structure, 196914722Project proposals, April 1969-May 1969 and undated. 1481Related correspondence, May-August 1969. 1482Progress reports, January 1970-1973 and undated. Changing Patterns of Household Structure, 1978James Brown was a co-investigator of this study which compares the structure of households and families in the central Appalachian Region at three points of time, 1900, 1958, and 1976. The files include a proposal, correspondence, and a final report.1483Business proposal submitted to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development by the University of Kentucky Research Foundation, undated. 1484Related correspondence, 1978. 1485Variable list from county and city data books, 1977-1981. 1486Final summary report, "Changes in the Structure of Central Appalachian Mountain Families and Households, 1900-1976," February 25, 1981. RESTRICTEDNOTE: Boxes 149-155 contain parts of studies that have been restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information. To view these materials, please consult the "Access Restrictions" for this collection.Migration and Population StudiesReturned Migration Study, 1947NOTE: Please see also Box 122, Folders 1-10 for non-restricted materials related to this project.1491Completed returned persons schedules, 1947. [1 of 2]1492Completed returned persons schedules, 1947. [2 of 2]1493Quests or Completed schedules and interviews, undated. [1 of 2]1494Quests or Completed schedules and interviews, undated. [2 of 2]1495List of families and maps of Scott, Graves and Magoffin Counties, 1947. Study of Changes in Rural Families in Western Kentucky, 1953This study's objectives were (1) description of the contemporary open-country family in the Purchase Region (8 western most counties) and (2) analysis of changes in the open-country family since the beginning of the Korean War (June 1950). The study included outlined objectives, maps, notes, codes, card tabulations, and blank and completed schedules. James Brown's role is not clear, but he was probably involved. NOTE: Please see also Box 124, Folder 9 - Box 125, Folder 7 for non-restricted materials related to this project.1496Completed screening sheets, 1953. 1497Completed schedules, 1953. 1498Completed schedule A, 1953. Study of the Effects of Migration on the Institutions of Magoffin County, Kentucky, 1959 NOTE: Please see also Box 127, Folder 5 - Box 129, Folder 14 for non-restricted materials related to this project.1501List of possible and actual community leaders to be interviewed, August 1959. 1502Lists of persons in Magoffin County by community, undated. 1503Completed schedules on economy, undated.1504Completed schedules on education, undated. 1505Completed schedules on government, undated. 1506Completed schedules on health, undated. 1507Completed schedules on religion, undated. 1508Completed schedules on recreation, undated. 1509Completed schedules on welfare, undated. 15010Completed schedules #1-5, Community Leaders, August 1959. 15011Completed schedules #6-10, Community Leaders, August 1959. 15012Completed schedules #11-15, Community Leaders, August 1959. 15013Completed schedules #16-20, Community Leaders, August 1959. 15014Completed schedules #21-25, Community Leaders, August 1959. 1511Completed schedules #26-30, Community Leaders, August 1959. 1512Completed schedules #31-35, Community Leaders, August 1959. 1513Completed schedules #36-40, Community Leaders, August 1959. 1514Completed schedules #41-46, Community Leaders, August 1959. 1515Completed schedules, formal organizations in Magoffin County, August 1959. 1516Completed and tabulated schedule for community leaders and completed code key card I, undated. 1517Cards for community leaders, undated. Study of Kentucky Migrants in Southern Ohio, 1959 NOTE: Please see also Box 129, Folder 15 - Box 130, Folder 8 for non-restricted materials related to this project.1518Notes on an interview with G.B., 1959. 1519Completed schedules, not used, males who are married and less than high school educated, undated. 15110Completed schedules, not used, females who are married and less than high school educated, undated. 15111Completed schedules, not used, males who are single and less than high school educated, undated. 15112Completed schedules, not used, females who are single and less than high school educated, undated. 1521Completed miscellaneous not used schedules, undated. 1522Completed schedules #20, 22, 27, 36, and 47, females who are married and less than high school educated, 1959. 1523Completed schedules #55, 59, 68, 78, and 82, females who are married and less than high school educated, 1959. 1524Completed schedules #2, 3, 4, 9, and 21, females who are single and high school educated, 1959. 1525Completed schedules #65, 69, 79, and 81, females who are single and high school educated, 1959. 1526Completed schedules #28, 87, 88, 91, 92, and 96, males who are single and high school educated, 1959. 1527Completed schedules #14, 18, 32, 33, 34, 39 and 40, males who are married and less than high school educated, 1959. 1531Completed schedules #43, 44, 45, 46, 49, 52, and 53, males who are married and less than high school educated, 1959. 1532Completed schedules, #54, 58, 71, 74, 75 and 101a, males who are married and less than high school educated, 1959. 1533Completed schedules #8, 41, 42, 73 and 50, males who are single and less than high school educated, 1959. 1534Completed schedules #5, 7, 1,, 15, 17, and 24, females who are married and high school educated, 1959. 1535Completed schedules #31, 35, 37, 48, and 56, females who are married and high school educated, 1959. 1536Completed schedules #63, 67, 76, 77, 80 and 83, females who are married and high school educated, 1959. 1541Completed schedules #16, 19, 23, 25, 26, 29, and 30, males who are married and high school educated, 1959. 1542Completed schedules #38, 51, 57, 60, 61, 62, and 64, males who are married and high school educated, 1959. 1543Completed schedules #66, 70, 72, 84, 85 and 86, males who are married and high school educated, 1959. 1544Completed schedules #89, 90, 93, 94, and 95, males who are married and high school educated, 1959. Mountain Families in Poverty: A Study of Eastern Kentucky Families, 1964 NOTE: Please see also Box 133, Folder 16 - Box 135, Folder 6 for non-restricted materials related to this project.1545Director and interviewer lists, April 1964. Other StudiesA Comparison of Some Aspects of Family Life between Two Areas of Leslie County Kentucky, 1951-1952.NOTE: Please see also Box 147, Folder 8 for non-restricted materials related to this project.1546Completed schedules 1-5, Stinnett Hill, 1951. 1547Completed schedules 6-10, Stinnett Hill, 1951-1952. 1548Completed schedules 11-15, Middlefork and Hoskinstou, 1952. 1549Completed schedules 16-20, Hoskinstou, 1952. 15410Completed schedules 21-25, Hoskinstou and Mouth of Greary, 1952. 1551Completed schedules 26-30, Middlefork and Hoskinstou, 1952. 1552Completed schedules 31-35, Hoskinstou, 1952. 1553Completed schedules 36-40, Saltwell, Stinnett Hill, and Hoskinstou, 1952. 1554Completed schedules 41-45, Saltwell, 1952. 1555Completed schedules 46-50, Trace Braude and Stinnett Hill, 1952. 1556Completed schedules 1-5, Right Fork and Camp Creek, 1951. 1557Completed schedules 6-10, Right Fork and Camp Creek, 1951. 1558Completed schedules 11-15, Right Fork, Left Fork, Coon Creek and Main Fork, 1951. 1559Completed schedules 16-20, Camp Creek, Right Fork, Long Fork, and Long Branch, 1951. 15510Completed schedules 21-25, Long Branch, Mouth of Camp Creek, Right Fork, and Camp Creek, 1951. 15511Completed schedules 26-30, Right Fork, 1951. 15512Completed schedules 31-35, Right Fork, and Left Fork, 1951. 15513Completed schedules 36-40, Left Fork, Hurricane, Upliver and Middlefork, 1951. 15514Completed schedules 41-45, Bad Creek, Left Fork and Coon Creek, 1951. 15515Completed schedules 46-50, Coon Creek, Middlefork, and Hurricane, 1951-1952. Migration, Population, and Demographic DataThis section includes miscellaneous data used for various research. Materials have been grouped together by state or regional area and organized chronologically thereunder. Please note one exception to this arrangement: One group of data is devoted to "Farms" and covers primarily the U.S. [See page 149.]Oversized materials are located in boxes 181-196.Alabama, 1935-1974, undated1561Tables on the state of residence of persons born in the state, 1870-1950. 1562Tables on in and out migration for Subregion 2, 1935-1940. 1563Tables of out migration by major occupation groups, 1949-1950. 1564Tables of total out migration by non-white, white and intra-area groups, 1949-1950. 1565Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 1566Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 1567Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 3, 1955-1960. 1568Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 4, 1955-1960. 1569Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 5, 1955-1960. 15610Notes and tables on migration for metropolitan area A, 1955-1960. 15611Notes and tables on migration for metropolitan area E, 1955-1960. 15612Notes and tables on migration for metropolitan area F, 1955-1960. 15613Vital statistical data, 1958-1960. 15614Table of births and deaths by residence, 1960 and 1965. 15615Bureau of the Census. Statistics for Rural Redevelopment Areas: Alabama. SPB no. 16, July 1962. 15616Table for vital statistics, birth and death rates, by color and resident county, 1968. 15617Bureau of the Census. Final Population Counts: Alabama, December 1970. 15618Correspondence concerning the 1970 birth and death census, May-June 1971. 15619Estimates of the population of Alabama counties July 1, 1972- July 1, 1973, and July 1, 1973-1974, issued 1974-1975. 15620Tables of migration percentages for state economic areas 1-9 and metropolitan areas A-F, undated. Florida, 1949-196015621DeJung, Gordon F. "Out-Migration from Florida Economic and Metropolitan Areas, 1949-1950," undated. 15622Note cards on out migration by area and race, 1949-1950. 15623Note cards on out migration from state economic areas and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950. 15624Tables on migration by state economic areas 1-6 and metropolitan areas A-G, 1955-1960. Georgia, 1870-197515625Tables on the state of residence of persons born in the state, 1870-1950. 15626Tables on migration by subregion 1, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 15627Tables on migration by subregion 2, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 15628Tables on out migration by major occupation groups in state economic areas 1 and 2, 1949-1950. 15629Tables on in migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 15630Tables on out migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 15631Note cards on out migration by state economic area and race, 1949-1950. 1571Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 1572Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 1573Notes and tables on migration for state economic area 3, 1955-1960. 1574Notes and tables on migration for metropolitan area A, 1955-1960. 1575Tables on migration for state economic areas 1-9 and metropolitan areas A-G, 1955-1960. 1576Vital statistical data, 1958-1960. 1577Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas Cedartown, Carrolton, and Georgia, March 1962-July 1962. 1578Tarver, James D. and John C. Belcher. "Population Estimates for Georgia Counties 1965 by Age, Race and Sex," February 1967. 1579Tarver, James D. and John C. Belcher. "Population Projections for Georgia Counties 1970-1975 by Age, Race and Sex," March 1967. 15710Tables on birth and death rates by counties, 1969. 15711Tables on birth, death and population rates, 1970. 15712Bureau of the Census. "Final Population Counts: Georgia," December 1970 and preliminary population counts from the 1970 census. 15713Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Georgia Counties and Metropolitan Areas, July 1, 1972 and 1973." Series P-26, no. 92, October 1974. 15714Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Georgia Counties and Metropolitan Areas, July 1, 1973 and 1974." Series P-26, no. 124, July 1975. Kentucky 1850-1981, undated15715Tables from the Census of 1850 highlighting population by counties, ages, color and condition, 1850. 15716Notes and tables on age distribution and population by age, 1850. 15717Notes on real estate and personal property in Clay County Kentucky, 1850-1860. 15718Notes on total growth population by state and decade, 1860-1950. 15719Tables on population by economic areas, 1860-1957. 15720Notes on population, migration and births, 1860-1960. 15721Tables on marriages and divorces by counties, 1867-1886. 15722Notes on the average annual number of divorces by county, 1870-1900. 15723Notes and tables on net-intercensal migration and average population by nativity, color, sex and age, 1870-1950. 15724Notes and tables on fertility ratios by year and county, 1870-1950. 15725Tables on divorces by county, 1887-1906. 15726Tables on divorces and divorce rates, 1890-1930. 15727Correspondence relating to obtaining suicide and homicide data for Kentucky counties from 1911-1954. 15728Note cards on homicide rates by county and year, 1911-1952. 1581Note cards on suicide rates by county and year, 1911-1952. 1582Notes and tables on suicides and homicides, 1911-1952. 1583Tables on marriages and divorces by counties, 1916-1946. 1584Tables on presidential voting behavior by county, 1920-1924. 1585Tables on notes on the isolation scale by county, 1920-1948. 1586Tables on the net change in rural-farm population due to migration, 1920-1950. 1587Tables on the economy of Kentucky, 1928-1965. 1588Notes and tables on population by county, 1930-1950. 1589Notes and tables on migration by Kentucky subregion to and from other states, 1935-1940. 15810Tables on migration by subregion 5, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 15811Tables on migration by subregion 9, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 15812Notes on rural population data for McCracken County, 1940-1945. 15813Table on the components of population change and percent change due to net migration by state economic area, 1940-1950. 15814Notes and tables on the components of population change and net migration rates to principal metropolitan areas, 1940-1950. 15815Notes and tables on components of population change by state economic areas, 1940-1950. 15816Tables on population growth and change, net migration, and total births and deaths for eastern Kentucky counties, 1940-1950 and 1950-1960. 15817Tables on population estimates by county, 1940-1952. 15818Notes and tables on the number of divorces and divorce rates per 1,000 population by state economic areas and counties, 1940-1952. 15819Tables on the number of divorces by county, 1940-1952. [Also includes correspondence from James Brown to Circuit Court Clerks regarding obtaining this data, July 1953-June 1954.] 15820Table on the percent change in population for Kentucky cities grouped by county, 1940-1960. 15821Note cards on population, net migration, and natural increase by state economic area and county, 1940-1960. 15822Progress report, Farm Population Changes in Eastern Kentucky, 1940-1942, March 1943. 15823Census estimates of Kentucky's population for 1940-1947, issued October 1947. 15824Table on the implications of population changes with special reference to Kentucky agriculture, October 1949. 15825Notes and tables on migration by Kentucky state economic area to and from other states and urban areas, 1949-1950. 15826Note cards on migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1591Tables on out-migration for metropolitan area C, by major occupation groups, age, income, years of school completed, sex by color, and marital status, 1949-1950. 1592Tables on in-migration for metropolitan area C, by major occupation groups, age, income, years of school completed, sex by color, and marital status, 1949-1950. 1593Tables on out-migration for state economic area 9, by major occupation groups, 1949-1950. 1594Tables on out-migration for state economic area 8, by major occupation groups, 1949-1950. 1595Note cards on out-migration by state economic area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1596Notes and tables on migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950. 1597Tables, maps and graphs on migratory streams, 1949-1956. 1598Notes and tables on intra-state migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950 and 1955-1960. 1599Notes and tables on out migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950 and 1955-1960. 15910Tables on characteristics of in-migrants, out-migrants and migrants within the state by state economic areas, 1950. 15911Maps highlighting economic areas and multi-county units, 1950. 15912Maps highlighting urban and isolation scales, 1950. 15913Notes and tables on net migration by counties, 1950-1957. 15914Tables on farm characteristics by county, 1950-1959. 15915Tables on school enrollment and completion by county, 1950-1960. 15916Notes and tables on income and economic characteristics by county, 1950-1960. 15917Notes and tables on population by urban, rural-farm, and rural-nonfarm characteristics, by county, 1950-1960. 15918Tables on people born and not born in Kentucky, by county, 1950-1960. 15919Notes and tables on age and demographic distribution by county, 1950-1960. 15920Notes and charts on total population by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1950-1960. 15921Maps on net migration and population change, 1950-1960. 1601Tables on components of population change by county, 1950-1960. 1602Notes and tables on Magoffin County Board of Education revenues and expenditures, 1950-1961. 1603Tables on births, deaths and net migration by county, 1950-1966. 1604Notes on the income (per-capita) by county, 1950-1968. 1605Tables and computer data on population change by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1950-1960 and 1960-1970. 1606Notes and data on population by occupation and county, 1950-1970. 1607Notes and Tables on migration and population changes by county, 1950-1970. 1608Johnson, John L. and Y.Y. Chuh. Personal Income in Kentucky Counties, 1954, 1954. [Data book.]1609Note cards on intra area migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1955-1960. 16010Notes and tables on migration streams by state economic area, 1955-1960. 16011Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 16012Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 16013Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 3, 1955-1960. 16014Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 4, 1955-1960. 16015Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 5, 1955-1960. 16016Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 6, 1955-1960. 16017Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 7, 1955-1960. 16018Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 8, 1955-1960. 16019Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 9, 1955-1960. 16020Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area A, Louisville, 1955-1960. 16021Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area B, Campbell and Kenton County, 1955-1960. 16022Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area C, 1955-1960. 16023Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area D, Henderson, 1955-1960. 16024Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area E, Lexington, 1955-1960. 16025Tables on personal income by eastern Kentucky county, 1955-1965. 1611Notes on state economic area migration, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1612Notes on migration, 1955-1975. 1613Brown, James S. Basic Population Data for the Southern Appalachians: by State Economic Areas and Metropolitan Areas, August 1958. [Compiled for the Southern Appalachian Series Report no. 1.] 1614Brown, James S. and Ralph J. Ramsey. The Changing Kentucky Population: A Summary of Population Data for Counties. Progress report 67, September 1958. 1615Vital statistical data, 1959-1960. 1616Maps related to income and public assistance, 1959-1962. 1617Vital statistics report, 1960. 1618Notes and data on preliminary population and vital statistics reports, 1960. 1619Bureau of the Census. United States Census of Population 1960: Kentucky Number of Inhabitants, 1960. 16110"List of Tables," Kentucky's Population in the 1960s: A County Data Book, 1960. 16111Note cards on eastern Kentucky counties' employment distribution by industry, 1960. 16112Notes on classification of counties by industrial composition, 1960. 16113Notes on population and migration, 1960. 16114Notes on migration, age distribution and population, 1960. 16115Miscellaneous demographic data, circa 1960. 16116Notes and tables on public assistance percentages by county, 1960-1962. 16117Tables on population estimates by county, 1960-1963. 16118Tables and computer data on births, deaths, moves and population change by region and county, 1960-1968. 16119Notes and tables on school age population, 1960-1970. 16120Computer data on rural and urban populations and changes by county, 1960-1970. 16121Computer data on number of household units and percent change and population per household by county, 1960-1970. 16122Note cards on percent change of population in selected cities and towns, 1960-1970. 16123Estimates of the components of change for the total population and for negro and other races by county, 1960-1970. 1621Tables and maps on births, deaths and fertility ratios by county, 1960-1970. 1622Computer data on population by white/nonwhite, 1960-1970. 1623Notes on changes in population by age and fertility ratio, 1960-1970. 1624Tables on population and housing data for northern Kentucky counties, 1960 and 1970. 1625Tables on sex ratios by counties, 1960-1970. 1626Notes and tables on population and percent change by county and city, 1960-1970. 1627Computer data on fertility ratios, sex ratios and dependence ratios by county, 1960 and 1970. 1628Vital statistics reports, 1961. 1629Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas Hazard, Madisonville, Corbin, Hopkinsville, Pikeville-Williamson W. Va., March 1962. 16210Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas Paducah, Paintsville-Prestonsburg, Morehead-Grayson, and Middlesborough-Harlan, April 1962. 16211Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas Richmond, Danville, and Elizabethtown, May 1962. 16212Statistics for rural redevelopment areas, Kentucky, July 1962. 16213Brown, James S. and Ralph J. Ramsey. Tables on Population and Population Characteristics for Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Counties, September 1962. 16214Notes on preliminary population and vital statistics reports, 1962. 16215Notes and data on population growth from a retreat held, January 1962. 16216Population estimates for counties, February 1961-January 1968. 16217Brown, James B. and Ralph J. Ramsey. "Kentucky's Population in the 1960's: A County Data Book," September 1963. 16218Report research and statistics on public assistance, January 1964. 16219Sutton Jr., Willis A. and Jerry Russell. The Social Dimensions of Kentucky Counties: Data and Rankings of the State's 120 Counties on Each of 81 Characteristics. Kentucky Community Series No. 29, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kentucky, September 1964. 16220Notes on voting behavior, 1964-1968. 1631Vital statistics report, 1965. 1632Table of out migration for each state economic area, 1965-1970. 1633Table of ten leading destinations and sources of Kentucky migrants, 1965-1970, 1975-1980, 1987-1988. 1634Tables on births and deaths by county for 1956-1965, issued August 1966. 1635Definition of the Appalachian Region by the Appalachian Regional Commission, 1968. 1636Note cards and tables on voting behavior by county and grouped by industry, 1968. 1637Kentucky Program Development Office. Economic Analysis of the Commonwealth of Kentucky 1960-2000, June 1969. [Data book.] 1638Kentucky Program Development Office. Population Projections 1960-2000: Technical Supplement, June 1969. 1639Kentucky Program Development Office. Population Projections 1960-2000, June 1969. [Data book.] 16310Tables on births and deaths by county and showing age, group, color, and sex, January-March 1970. 16311Birth statistics by county of residence, January- June 1970. 16312Bureau of the Census. Final Population Counts: Kentucky, December 1970. 16313Population estimates for counties, 1970. 16314Notes and tables on economic characteristics by county, 1970. 16315Notes and tables on population, migration and percent change by county, 1970-1980. 16316Bureau of the Census. 1970 Census Advance Report: Kentucky General Population Characteristics, February 1971. 16317Tables on the corrected negro population by county in 1970, issued April 1971. 16318List of selected demographic indices and related correspondence, June-July 1971. 16319Bureau of the Census. 1970 Census of Population: Number of Inhabitants in Kentucky, July 1971. 16320Ramsey, Ralph. Population Change in Kentucky Counties 1950, 1960, and 1970, November 1971. 16321Vital statistics report, 1971. 1641Tables on workers covered by the unemployment insurance law grouped by industrial division and county, September 1972. 1642Notes and tables on the estimates of population by state economic areas and by type of industry, July 1972-July 1973. 1643Kentucky Department of Commerce. Deskbook of Economic Statistics, 1972. 1644Tables on employment and unemployment rates, job openings and unemployment claims, January-March 1973. 1645Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Kentucky Counties: July 1, 1971 and July 1, 1972." Current Population Reports, no. 35, June 1973. 1646Notes on income and industry, 1973. 1647Notes and tables on halted out migration trends, 1973-1974. 1648Correspondence, January 3, 1974- November 5, 1974. [relating to the eastern Kentucky data tables and book] 1649Miscellaneous notes and data for tables on eastern Kentucky counties, 1974. 16410Background material for tables 1-12 of the eastern Kentucky data tables and book, 1974. 16411Background material for tables 13-15 of the eastern Kentucky data tables and book, 1974. 16412Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Kentucky Counties and metropolitan areas: July 1, 1972 and July 1, 1973," Current Population Reports, no. 84, September 1974. 16413Warner, Paul. 1973-1978 Population Estimates for Kentucky. University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, October 1974-November 1979. 1651Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Kentucky Counties and metropolitan areas: July 1, 1973 and July 1, 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 120, June 1975. 1652Tables on estimates on the population by county, 1975. 1653Bureau of the Census. "1973 (revised) and 1975 population estimates and 1972 (revised) and 1974 per capita income estimates for counties and incorporated places in Kentucky." Current Population Reports. Series SP-25, no. 665, May 1977. 1654Warner, Paul. 1976 Population Estimates for Kentucky. University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, September 1977. 1655Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Kentucky Counties and metropolitan areas: July 1, 1976 (revised) and 1977 (provisional)." Current Population Reports, no. 77-17, November 1978. 1656"Final Population Counts," no. 8, 1980; "Population and Households by Incorporated Places in Kentucky: 1980," no. 9, 1980; "Proposed Changes in 1980 Census Data Products," vol. 2, no. 1, 1980; all from News from the State Data Center of Kentucky, 1980. 1657Brockway, James, Sam Samnick and Norrita Brown. Kentucky Demographics: Population, Housing, Income and Labor Force in Kentucky 1970-1980. Special Report of the Urban Studies Center, University of Louisville, no. 6, August 1981. 1658Notes on births, deaths, and population, undated. 1659Notes on economic implications of population changes on agriculture, undated. 16510Notes on migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, undated. 16511Note cards on in migration to selected metropolitan areas from southern Appalachia, undated. 16512Notes and tables on total rural/farm population, five years and over, undated. 16513Notes on suicides and homicides, undated. Maryland, 1955-197416514Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 16515Tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-4 and metropolitan areas A-C, 1955-1960. 16516Tables and correspondence on births and deaths, 1968-1969. 16517Bureau of the Census. 1970 Census Advance Report: Maryland Final Population Counts, January 1971. 16518Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Maryland Counties and metropolitan areas: July 1, 1972 and 1973." Current Population Reports, no. 530, October 1974. Mississippi, 1949-197516519Note cards on out migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950. 16520DeJung, Gordon F. "Out-Migration from Economic and Metropolitan Areas in Mississippi," 1949-1950. 16521Tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-8 and metropolitan area A, 1955-1960. 16522Wilber, George L. and Ellen Bryant. Estimated Mississippi Population 1950-1959. Preliminary Report in Sociology and Rural Life, Mississippi State University Agriculture Extension, no. 12, June 1960. 16523Bryant, Ellen S. Changes in Mississippi County Population 1950-1959: Some Hypotheses. Preliminary Report in Sociology and Rural Life, Mississippi State University Agriculture Extension, no. 13, August 1960. 16524Wilber, George L. and Ellen Bryant. Population of Mississippi Counties and Cities 1950-1960. Preliminary Report in Sociology and Rural Life, Mississippi State University Agriculture Extension, no. 14, September 1960. 16525Notes and tables on births and deaths statistics by county, 1968-1970. 16526Bureau of the Census. 1970 Census Advance Report: Mississippi Final Population Counts, December 1970. 16527Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Mississippi Counties: July 1, 1972 and July 1, 1973." Current Population Reports, no. 86, September 1974. 16528Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Mississippi Counties and Metropolitan Areas: July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 131, August 1975. North Carolina, 1870-197516529Tables on the state of residence of persons born in the state, 1870-1950. 16530Table and map of migration streams in subregion 1 by state economic area, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16531Table on out migration for state economic area 1, by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 16532Table on out migration for state economic area 2, by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 16533Tables on in migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 16534Tables on out migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 1661Note cards on migration by state economic area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1662Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 1663Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 1664Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area A, 1955-1960. 1665Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area B, 1955-1960. 1666Tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-11 and metropolitan areas A-F, 1955-1960. 1667Vital statistical data 1958-1960. 1668Statistical Profiles for redevelopment areas, Rockingham-Hamlet, Henderson-Oxford, Lumberton, Fayetteville, Wilson, Kinston, and North Carolina, 1962. 1669Lee, Eun Sul and C. Horace Hamilton. Estimates of the Population of North Carolina Counties as of July1, 1965 and A Partial Test of Accuracy of Five Methods as Compared with Special Census Counts. Agricultural Experiment Station, North Carolina State University. Progress Report, RS 49, March 1966.16610Vital statistics data, 1968-1969. 16611Hamilton, C. Horace and Therese H. Ramsey. Estimates of the Population of North Carolina Counties 1967 and 1968: Components of Population Change since 1960. Statistical Services Center, Raleigh, N.C., April 1969. 16612Data on preliminary population, 1970. 16613Estimates of the population of North Carolina Counties: July 1, 1972 and July 1, 1973, issued June 1974. 16614Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of North Carolina Counties and Metropolitan Areas: July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 114, May 1975. South Carolina, 1949-197516615Note cards on migration by state economic area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 16616Tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-8 and metropolitan areas A-D, 1955-1960. 16617Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 16618Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 16619Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area D, 1955-1960. 16620Notes and tables on the number of live births and deaths by resident area, 1969. 16621Bureau of the Census. 1970 Census Advance Report: South Carolina Final Population Counts, November 1970. 16622Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the County Population July 1, 1972 and July 1, 1973." Current Population Reports, no. 71, June 1974. 16623Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of South Carolina Counties and Metropolitan Areas: July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 108, May 1975. Tennessee, 1870-197516624Tables on the state of residence of persons born in the state, 1870-1950. 16625Table and map of migration streams in subregion 5, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16626Table and map of migration streams in subregion 6, 1935-1950 and 1949-1950. 16627Tables on in migration for metropolitan area C, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16628Tables on in migration for metropolitan area D, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16629Table and map on migration streams in area C, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16630Table and map on migration streams in area D, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 1671Note cards on migration streams by state economic areas and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1672Tables on out migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 1673Tables on out migration for metropolitan area C, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 1674Tables on out migration for state economic area 7, by major occupation of groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1675Tables on out migration for state economic area 8a and 8b, by major occupation of groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1676Tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-8 and metropolitan areas A-D, 1955-1960. 1677Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 6, 1955-1960. 1678Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 7, 1955-1960. 1679Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 8, 1955-1960. 16710Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area C, 1955-1960. 16711Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area D, 1955-1960. 16712Estimates of total population of Tennessee by area, county and grand division as of July 1, 1958 with changes from April 1, 1950, 1958. 16713Vital statistical data, 1959-1960. 16714Vital statistics annual bulletin, 1960. 16715Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas, Tennessee, Harriman-Rockwood, LaFollette-Jellico-Tazewell, and Greeneville, 1962. 16716Vital statistics annual bulletin, 1965. 16717Corry, Ormond C. "Tennessee Population and Personal Income by County 1960-1965, with Provisional 1966 Population Estimates and Income Trends since 1950." Tennessee Survey, vol. 1, no. 8, April 1967. 16718Notes and tables on the number of births and deaths by county of residence and race, 1968-1970. 16719Notes and tables on the preliminary and final population counts by county, December 1970. 16720Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Tennessee Counties: July 1, 1972 and 1973." Current Population Reports, no. 83, September 1974. 16721Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Tennessee Counties and Metropolitan Areas: July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 133, August 1975. Virginia, 1870-197516722Tables on the state of residence of persons born in the state, 1870-1950. 16723Note cards on the population of southern Appalachian Virginia by cities and counties, 1890-1960. 16724Tables and map on migration streams for metropolitan area B, 1935-1940. 16725Tables on in migration for metropolitan area B by major occupation group, labor force statistics and age, 1935-1940. 16726Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 1, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16727Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 3, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16728Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 6, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16729Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 7, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 1681Virginia's Economic Pattern: A Series of Maps of Selected Economic Characteristic by Counties, August 1945. [Prepared by the Bureau of Population and Economic Research, University of Virginia.]1682Note cards on out migration by white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1683Table on out migration of state economic area 1, by major occupation of employed males, 1949-1950. 1684Table on out migration of state economic area 2, by major occupation of employed males, 1949-1950. 1685Table on out migration of state economic area 3, by major occupation of employed males, 1949-1950. 1686Table on out migration of state economic area 4, by major occupation of employed males, 1949-1950. 1687Tables on out migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 1688Tables on in migration for metropolitan area A, by major occupation groups, age, income, years completed in school, sex by race and marital status, 1949-1950. 1689Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-10 and metropolitan areas A-F, 1955-1960. 16810Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 16811Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 16812Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 3, 1955-1960. 16813Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 4, 1955-1960. 16814Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area A, 1955-1960. 16815Notes and tables on median family income by county, 1959. 16816Vital statistics data, 1956-1961, undated. 16817Note cards on net migration, births, and deaths of selected cities, 1960-1965. 16818Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas, Big Stone Gap-Appalachia and Virginia, 1962. 16819Notes on estimated population of counties and cities, 1962. 16820Bureau of Population and Economic Research at the University of Virginia. Estimates of the Population of the Counties and Cities of Virginia as of July 1, 1966, October 1966. 16821Gilliam, Sara K. Estimates of the Population of Virginia Counties and Cities: July 1, 1969, November 1969. 16822Notes and tables on the number of births and deaths by county, 1969-1970. 16823Notes and tables on the preliminary and final population counts by county, December 1970. 16824Serow, William J. and Michael A. Spar. Virginia's Population: A Decade of Change-Net migration for State Planning Districts. University of Virginia, Taylor Murphy Institute, November 1972. 16825Notes and tables on the origins and destinations of migrants, July 1973. 16826Taylor Murphy Institute at the University of Virginia. Estimates of the Population of Virginia Counties and Cities: July 1, 1972 and July 1, 1973, October 1974. 16827Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Virginia Counties and Metropolitan Areas: July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 127, July 1975. West Virginia, 1870-197516828Tables on the state of residence of persons born in the state, 1870-1950. 16829Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 1, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16830Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 2, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16831Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 3, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16832Tables and map on migration streams for subregion 4, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16833Tables and map on migration streams for metropolitan area B, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16834Tables and map on migration streams for metropolitan area C, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16835Tables on migration streams for metropolitan area B, by major occupation groups, age, labor statistics, income, years of school completed, sex by color, and marital status, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 16836Tables on migration streams for metropolitan area C, by major occupation groups, age, labor statistics, income, years of school completed, sex by color, and marital status, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 1691Note cards on out migration by white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1692Tables on out migration for metropolitan area B, by major occupation groups, age, income, years of school completed, sex by color and marital status, 1949-1950. 1693Tables on out migration for metropolitan area C, by major occupation groups, age, income, years of school completed, sex by color and marital status, 1949-1950. 1694Tables on out migration for state economic area 2a and 2b by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1695Tables on in migration for state economic area 3, by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1696Tables on out migration for state economic area 4 by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1697Tables on out migration for state economic area 5 by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1698Tables on out migration for state economic area 6 by major occupation groups of employed males, 1949-1950. 1699Tables on migration streams for state economic areas 1-6 and metropolitan areas A-C, 1955-1960. 16910Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 1, 1955-1960. 16911Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 2, 1955-1960. 16912Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 3, 1955-1960. 16913Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 4, 1955-1960. 16914Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 5, 1955-1960. 16915Notes and tables on migration streams for state economic area 6, 1955-1960. 16916Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area A, 1955-1960. 16917Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area B, 1955-1960. 16918Notes and tables on migration streams for metropolitan area C, 1955-1960. 16919Vital statistical data, 1958-1960. 16920Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas, Bluefield, Beckley,Charleston, Fairmont, Oak Hill-Montgomery, Morgantown, Welch, Roncerete-White Sulphur Springs, and New Martinsville, March 1962. 16921Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas, Logan, Clarksburg, Parkersburg and Wheeling, April 1962. 16922Statistical profiles for redevelopment areas, Huntington, WVA-Ashland, KY, and West Virginia, May-July 1962. 1701Vital statistics report, 1963. 1702Vital statistics report, 1964. 1703Table on population estimates by county, 1965. 1704Vital statistics report, 1966. 1705Notes and tables on the number of births and deaths by county, 1969-1970. 1706Notes and tables on the preliminary and final population counts by county, December 1970. 1707Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of West Virginia Counties: July 1, 1972 and 1973." Current Population Reports, no. 89, October 1974. 1708Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of West Virginia Counties and Metropolitan Areas: July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports, no. 121, June 1975. United States, 1944-1980 and undated1709Bureau of the Census. "Estimated Civilian Population of the United States by Counties: November 1, 1943." Population Special Reports. Series P-44, no. 3, February 15, 1944. 17010Notes on the state economic areas of the United States, August 1950. 17011Bogue, Donald J. and Margaret Jarmon Hagood. Subregional Migration in the United States, 1935-1940, Volume II: Differential Migration in the Corn and Cotton Belts - A Pilot Study of the Selectivity of Intrastate Migration to Cities from Non-Metropolitan Areas, 1953. 17012Bureau of the Census. "Mobility of the Population of the United States April 1954 and 1955." Current Population Reports, no. 61, October 1955. 17013Newspaper clippings about population and population characteristics, September 1957-1981 and undated. 17014Bureau of the Census. Religion Reported by the Civilian Population of the United States: March 1957. Series P-20, no. 79, February 1958. 17015Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of the United States and Components of Population Change: January 1, 1950-September 1, 1959." Current Population Reports. Series P-25, no. 206, October 1959. 17016Notes and tables on the 18th decennial census of the United States, 1960. 17017Notes on population growth by region and state, 1960-1972. 17018Newspaper clippings about suburb population changes, September 1960-December 1972 and undated. [Includes some tables and charts.]17019Statistical profiles of redevelopment areas: Idaho, July 1962. 17020Bowles, Gladys K. and James D. Torver, "The Composition of Net Migration Among Counties in the United States, 1950-1960." Agricultural Economics Research, vol. 18, no. 1, January 1966. 17021Bureau of the Census. "Population of the United States by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Residence: 1968 and 1960." Current Population Reports. Series P-20, no. 181, April 21, 1969. 17022Quick Query Program data manuals, August-December 1969. [Includes some correspondence.]17023Notes and tables on the preliminary population counts by state and county, 1970. 17024Bureau of the Census. Small Area Data in the 1970 Census, March 20, 1970. 1711United States Population Index, vol. 36, no. 2, no. 3, and no. 4, 1970. 1712United States Population Index, vol. 37, no. 1, no. 3, and no. 4, 1971. 1713Bureau of the Census. 1970 Census Advance Report: United States Final Population Counts, February 1971. 1714"Whites Account for Reversal of South's Historic Population Loss Through Migration, Census Shows." United States Department of Commerce News, March 3, 1971. 1715United States Population Index, vol. 38, no. 1, 1972. 1716United States Population Index, vol. 39, no. 1, no. 2, January-April 1973. 1717Bureau of the Census. Titles and Definitions of Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas as of April 27, 1973, May 1973. 1718United States Population Index, vol. 39, no. 3 and no. 4, July-October 1973. 1719Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of Metropolitan Areas, 1971 and 1972." Current Population Reports. Series P-25, no. 505, September 1973. 17110United States Population Index, vol. 40, no. 1, January 1974. 1721United States Population Index, vol. 40, no. 3 and no. 4, July-October 1974. 1722Bureau of the Census. "Estimated Population of States July 1, 1973 and 1974." Current Population Reports. Series P-25, no. 533, October 1974. 1723Miscellaneous population and demographic data, April 1975-October 1976. 1724Bureau of the Census. "Mobility of the Population of the United States March 1970 to March 1975." Current Population Reports. Series P-20, no. 285, October 1975. 1725Bureau of the Census. "Population Profile of the United States: 1975." Current Population Reports. Series P-20, no. 292, March 1976. 1726Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Population of the United States, by Age, Sex, and Race: July 1, 1974 to 1976." Current Population Reports. Series P-25, no. 643, January 1977. 1727"Current Status of the Shift of United States Population to Smaller Communities," 1977. [Tables included in a paper presented by Calvin L. Beale to the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, April 22, 1977.] 1728Bureau of the Census. "Projections of the Population of the United States: 1977-2050." Current Population Reports. Series P-25, no. 704, July 1977. 1729Long, Larry H., "Interregional Migration of the Poor: Some Recent Changes." Current Population Reports, November 1978. 17210Long, Larry H. and Kristin A. Harver, "Reasons for Interstate Migration: Jobs, Retirement, Climate and Other Influences." Current Population Reports, March 1979. 17211Long, Larry H. and Diana DeAre. Migration to Nonmetropolitan Areas: Appraising the Trend and Reasons for Moving. United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, November 1980. 17212A bibliography of poverty in the United States, undated. 17213List of regions in the United States, undated. 17214Note cards on states' regional areas, undated. Southern Appalachians, 1900-1976 and undated17215Notes and tables on total population by physiographic divisions and subregions, 1900-1950. 17216Notes and tables on population by state and state economic area, 1900-1950. 17217Tables on rural farm population by state, state economic and metropolitan areas, 1900-1950. 17218Tables on urban and rural populations by state and county, 1920-1940. 17219Note cards on population and net migration by state, state economic area, and county, 1920-1960. 17220Tables on characteristics of population, age, race, and sex by state and counties, 1930-1940. 1731Tables on percent gain or loss in total urban population by state and county, 1930-1960. 1732Tables and maps on migration streams by state, 1930-1970. 1733Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Economic and Social Problems and Conditions of the Southern Appalachians, no. 205, January 1935. [Data book published by the United States Department of Agriculture.] 1734Note cards on migration by state and county, 1935-1940. 1735Notes and tables on migration within the southern Appalachians by state and subregion, 1935-1940. 1736Notes and tables on migration rates and socio-economic characteristics and indices by state, 1935-1940. 1737Notes and tables on migration gains, losses and summaries by state, 1935-1940. 1738Notes and tables on immigration, 1935-1940. 1739Notes and data on out migration by state and subregion, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 17310Notes and tables on migration streams by major occupation groups and labor force status and by state and subregion, 1935-1940, 1949-1950. 17311Notes, tables and data on migration streams and the direction of Appalachian migration by state, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 17312Notes and tables on the breakdown of characteristics of state subregions' population, 1940. 17313Notes on criteria used in classifying the counties in the United States into areas for tabulation of migration returns in the census, 1940. 17314Notes and tables on migration by nonmetropolitan areas including rural/farm and rural/nonfarm, 1940-1950. 17315Note cards on net migration by state and state economic area, 1940-1950. 17316Tables on components of population change and percent change due to net migration for state economic areas, metropolitan areas, and counties, 1940-1950. 1741Data on rural farm population from the United States Department of Agriculture, 1940-1950. 1742Notes and tables on population and migration of industrial areas by county, 1940-1950. 1743Notes and tables on factors influencing migration, 1940-1950. 1744Miscellaneous notes and data about migration, 1940-1950. 1745Note cards on the breakdown of agricultural and manufacturing counties, 1940-1950. 1746Note cards on the breakdown of counties by manufacturing, mining, and residual factors, 1940-1950. 1747Note cards on the population and industrial classification for selected state economic areas by agricultural counties, 1940-1950. 1748Notes and tables on the composition of state economic areas by industry, 1940-1950. 1749Tables on birth and death rates by state, state economic area and county, 1940-1960. 17410Miscellaneous notes and tables on components of population change, 1940-1960. 17411Note cards on population and net migration by state economic area, 1940-1960. 17412Notes and tables on population characteristics of farm operators by level of living and state, 1940-1960. 17413Note cards on population increase and net migration by state and state economic area, 1940-1965. 1751Tables on births, deaths, and natural increase, 1940-1965. 1752Notes and tables on voting behavior by state, state economic area, county and city, 1948-1964. 1753Notes and tables on out migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950. [Tables compiled by Gordon F. DeJong.]1754Note cards on migration by state and state economic area, 1949-1950. 1755Notes and data on out migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1949-1950. 1756Miscellaneous notes and data on migration, 1949-1950. 1757Notes on tables P-E, no. 4B and P-E, no. 4C, 1949-1950. 1758Note cards on out migration by state and state economic area, 1949-1950. [1 of 2] 1759Note cards on out migration by state and state economic area, 1949-1950. [2 of 2] 17510Notes and tables on median family income by state and county, 1949-1962. 17511Tables on characteristics of migrants by employment status and income and by regional division, 1950. 17512Notes and tables on classification of counties by industrial composition, 1950. 17513Tables on components of population change and percent change due to net migration for state economic areas, metropolitan areas, 1950-1959. 17514Notes and tables on the rate of population change with counties grouped by level of income, 1950-1960. 1761Notes and data on years of school completed, 1950-1960. 1762Tables on net migration by age, sex, state and county, 1950-1960. 1763Table on the components of population change by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1950-1960. 1764Note cards on urban and rural population percent change by state economic area and county, 1950-1960. 1765Notes and tables on components of population change and percent change due to net migration and natural increase by state economic area and county, 1950-1960. 1766Graphs of births and deaths by state, 1950-1960. 1767Notes and tables on population change in metropolitan areas by state economic and metropolitan area, 1950-1960. 1768Notes and tables on components of population change due to migration and natural increase by state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 1769Notes and data on components of population change, 1950-1960. 17610Notes and tables on population and percent change of households by state and county, 1950-1960. 17611Tables and lists of classification of counties by industrial composition, 1950-1960, 1965. 17612Notes and data on population by states 1950-1970. 17613Notes and data on population change due to births, deaths, and net migration for metropolitan areas, 1950-1970. 17614Notes and data on total population change for coal mining counties, 1950-1970. 17615Notes and data on population change by state, 1950-1970. 17616Miscellaneous notes concerning net migration and population change, 1950-1970 and undated. 17617Notes and tables on the percent comparison of out migration to metropolitan areas, 1950-1970. 1771Data on migration and population by state and state economic area, 1955-1960. 1772Table on the percentage of total migration from specified state economic and metropolitan areas, 1955-1960. 1773Notes and tables on migrants between state economic areas in southern Appalachia, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1774Tables on population estimates for Georgia, Tennessee, West Virginia, Alabama and North Carolina, 1956-1957. [Includes related correspondence.]1775Maps of southern Appalachian population and net migration, 1956-1957. 1776Tables on church memberships by state and county, 1957. 1777"Basic Population Data for the Southern Appalachians by State Economic and Metropolitan Areas." Southern Appalachian Series. Report no. 1, August 1958. 1778Miscellaneous notes and data on migration, 1958 and undated. 1779Notes and tables showing components for population change and percent change due to net migration, for state economic and metropolitan areas and counties, 1950-1960, compiled October 1960. 17710List of counties in the 10 southern Appalachian states by state economic area, 1960. 17711Tables on marital status by sex, race, state, state economic area, and county, 1960. 17712Notes and tables on population changes and characteristics by state economic area and county, 1960. 17713Tables on total rural, urban, rural/farm, and rural/nonfarm populations by state and county, 1960. 17714Notes and tables on crude death rates and infant death rates by state and county, 1960. 17715Tables on the census of population by state, 1960. 17716Lists of the classification of counties by industrial composition, 1960. 1781Notes, tables and data on changes in population 1950-1960, compiled 1960. 1782Tables on population change for metropolitan areas by state, 1960-1965. 1783Lists of counties in each state economic and metropolitan area, 1960-1965. 1784Notes and tables on population change by state economic and metropolitan area, 1960-1965. 1785Tables on estimated population and estimated employment by state and region, 1960-1965. 1786Tables on population change by state and state economic area, 1960-1966. 1787Notes, tables and data on components of population change in central Appalachia, 1960-1970. 1788Data on population change by region, 1960-1970.[Includes related correspondence.]1789Tables on population and percent change by state and county, 1960-1970. 17810Notes and data on population change by state, 1960-1970. 17811Notes and tables on in migration and population change by county, 1960-1970. 17812Newspaper clippings on population, 1960-1975. 17813Notes and tables on births and deaths for 1960 from different states' departments of health, 1961. [Includes related correspondence.]17814Notes and tables on conclusions of migratory streams, 1961. 17815Data and correspondence on population studies in progress and population growth research, June 1962. 17816"Basic Population Data for the Southern Appalachians by State Economic and Metropolitan Areas." Southern Appalachian Series. Report no. 1, 1962-1963.[Corrected 1958 version to 1962 and 1963 version.]17817Tables on population estimates and vital statistics by state and county, 1963. 17818DeJong, Gordon F. Fertility Data for the Southern Appalachian Region, 1930-1960. Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. KAES RS-22, July 1963. 17819Haddox, Benjamin E. "Joint Decision Making Patterns and Related Factors Among Low-Income Rural Families." Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin, no. 109, December 1965. 17820Miscellaneous notes and tables on migration streams, 1966. 1791Brown, James S. "Migratory Streams from the Southern Appalachians to Specified Metropolitan Areas in the Midwest, 1949-1950," April 1966. 1792Brown, James S. "Migration Within, to, and from the Southern Appalachians, 1935-1958: Extent, Directions and Social Effects, A Report on the Plan, Objectives, and Preliminary Results of a Study Now in Progress," 1966. [Includes notes.] 1793Tables and data on births, 1970. 1794Tables on the preliminary census counts of counties, July 1970. 1795Tables on births, deaths, natural increase and population by county, 1970-1980. 1796Brown, James S. "Southern Appalachian Population Change, 1960-1970: A First Look at the 1970 Census," July 7, 1971. 1797Bureau of the Census. "Employment Profiles of Selected Low-Income Areas: Selected Rural Counties in Appalachia." 1970 Census of Population and Housing, May 1972. 1798Bureau of the Census. "Birth Expectations and Fertility: June 1972." Current Population Reports. Series P-20, no. 240, September 1972. 1799Table on population estimates by state, 1974. 17910Codes from the United States Census Bureau on the Human Resource Profile Tape, 1975. 17911Fuguitt, Glenn V. and Calvin L. Beale. Population Change in Nonmetropolitan Cities and Towns. United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Economic Report No. 323. February 1976. [Includes notes.]17912Lists of migration tabulations, undated. 17913Notes and data on delineation, undated. 17914List of files, undated. 17915Note cards on migration streams by state and state economic areas, undated. 17916List of counties from each Appalachian state, undated. 17917List of economic areas by state, undated. 17918Notes on in migration to metropolitan areas, undated. 17919Notes on poverty and low income families, undated. 17920Notes and data on migration by state economic and metropolitan areas, undated. 17921Miscellaneous notes and data on population, undated. 17922Bibliographical notes, undated. Farms, 1949-1977 and undated1801Kutish, Francis A. Can You Own Your Own Farm? A Discussion of Farm Ownership Conditions in the Midwest. University of Kentucky Agriculture Experiment Station, Circular 65, November 1949. 1802Raper, Arthur F. A Graphic Presentation of Rural Trends. United States Department of Agriculture, 1952. 1803Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States April 1950 to April 1954." Farm Population. Series P-23, no. 20, September 3, 1954.[Includes newspaper clippings.] 1804United States Department of Agriculture. The Agricultural Situation, vol. 38, no. 12, December 1954. 1805United States Department of Agriculture. Development of Agriculture's Human Resources: A Report on Problems of Low-Income Farmers, April 1955. 1806United States Department of Agriculture. Farm Population Estimates for 1955, December 1955. 1807Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Kentucky Farm and Home Science Newsletter, vol. 3, no. 3, Summer 1957. 1808Bowles, Gladys K. "Adjustment Processes Association with Migration with Special Reference to Population Redistribution in the Great Plains between 1950 and 1960," August 1962. [Paper read at the proceedings of the Great Plains Agricultural Council Meeting, Fort Collins Colorado, August 1962.]1809Bureau of the Census. "Estimates of the Farm Population of the United States, April 1962." Farm Population. Series P-27, no. 33, March 1963.18010Summary of developments in agriculture, October 1963. 18011Bureau of the Census. "Farm Population of the United States: 1965." Current Population Reports. Series P-27, no. 36, April 1966. 18012Bureau of the Census. "Farm Population of the United States: 1969." Current Population Reports. Series P-27, no. 41, June 1970. 18013Bureau of the Census. "Farm Population of the United States: 1971." Current Population Reports. Series P-27, no. 43, May 1972. 18014Bureau of the Census. "Farm Population of the United States: 1975." Current Population Reports. Series P-27, no. 47, September 1976. 18015Newspaper clipping on farm population change, September 1977 18016Notes and data on farm population and farming systems, undated. 18017Notes on family consumption and farm resource use interrelationships affecting investment and living standards in Kentucky agriculture, undated. 18018Notes on land division, undated. Migration and Demographic Data-OVERSIZEDAlabama, 1949-19701811Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1812Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1813Tables on out migration resident totals, 1949-1950. 1814Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1815Tabulations of population mobility based on the census, 1950. 1816Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 1817Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 1818Tables on estimates for net migration by age, sex, race and county, 1960-1970. 1819Computer tabulations on out migration, 1965-1970. California, 1955-196018110Computer tabulations on in migration with and without Los Angeles, 1955-1960. 18111Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. District of Columbia, 1949-196018112Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18113Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 18114Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. Florida, 1949-196018115Tables on out migration by resident state economic area, 1949-1950. 18116Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 18117Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18118Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18119Computer tabulations on in migration 1955-1960. 18120Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. Georgia, 1949-19701821Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1822Tables on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1823Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1824Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1825Tabulations of population mobility based on the census, 1950. 1826Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 1827Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 1828Tables on estimates for net migration by age, sex, race and county, 1960-1970. Illinois, 1949-19601829Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18210Computer tabulations on in migration with and without Chicago, 1955-1960. 18211Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. Indiana, 1949-196018212Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18213Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 18214Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. Kentucky, 1860-1972 and undated1831Tables 1-25 of the eastern Kentucky county data book, 1860-1970. 1832Work copies of tables for the eastern Kentucky county data book, 1860-1970. 1833Tables on voting behavior for presidential elections by county, 1868-1960. 1834Tables on population, divorces, suicides, and homicides for selected years, numbers and rates by counties and state economic areas, 1911-1951. 1835Tables on the rates of homicides, violent deaths, suicides, and divorces by state economic area and county, 1911-1952. 1836Tables on children under 5, females 15-44 and fertility ratios by state economic area and county, 1930. 1837Tables on suicide rates by state economic area and county, 1938-1942 and 1948-1952. 1838Tables on farms reporting expenditures for hired labor and changes in wage rates by state economic area and county, 1939-1949. 1839Tables on basic population data by subregions and county, 1940. [copied from Heritage Foundation Tables]18310Tables on farm population data by gender, age group, state economic area and county, 1940. 18311Tables on farms by size by state economic area and county, 1940-1945. 18312Tables on the number of farms by state economic area and county, 1940, 1945, and 1950. 18313Tables on urbanization components and variables by state economic areas and county, 1940-1950. 18314Tables on population totals, natural increase adjustments and net migration by state economic area and county, 1940-1950. 18315Tables on the number of farms reporting farm products sold by state economic area and county, 1940-1950. 18316Tables on the number of farms reporting tractors on farms by state economic area and county, 1940-1950. 18317Tables on the number and percent of rural farm and non-farm populations in selected age groups by state economic area and county, 1940-1950. 18318Tables on population by age group, state economic area and county, 1940 and 1950. 18319Tables on the sex ratio for 20-24 year olds, rural and urban, by state economic area and county, 1940 and 1950. 18320Tables on divorces and rates per 1000 population, 1940-1952. 18321Tables on population of all incorporated and unincorporated places of 1,000 or more in the 49 eastern Kentucky counties, 1940-1970. 18322Tables on the classification of registrants 18-37 years of age by race, age group, marital status and county, August 1, 1945. 18323Tables on the number of suicides and homicides by county, 1945-1952 and 1953-1959. 1841Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1842Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1843Tables on out migration by resident state economic area, 1949-1950. 1844Tables on out migration and destination of white/nonwhite migrants to 15 states and D.C. by state economic areas, 1949-1950. 1845Tables on variables selected for index of mechanization, urbanization, and rural housing for regional population study by state economic area and county, 1949-1950. 1846Tables on the standardization for age and effective fertility ratio by rural/urban, state economic area and county, 1950. 1847Tables on age composition and distribution by state economic area and county, 1950-1960. 1848Tables on income and employment percent change, 1950-1960. 1849Computer tabulations for migration streams for state economic areas 5-9 and metropolitan area C, 1955-1960. 18410Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 18411Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 18412Computer tabulations on migration to and from Kentucky state economic areas to and from 509 state economic areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 18413Computer tabulations on migration from 50 state economic areas to Kentucky state economic areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 18414Tables on housing characteristics by county, 1960. 18415Tables on employment and industry groups percent distribution, 1960. 18416Tables on county and city population and percent change, 1960-1970. 1851Tables on estimates for net migration by age, sex, and race by county, 1960-1970. 1852Computer tabulations on components of population change and net migration rates by county, 1960-1970. 1853Computer tabulations on changes in age structure, by state economic area, multi-county units and county, 1960-1970. 1854Tables on total postal receipts by county, 1962. 1855Computer tabulations for migration streams for state economic areas 5-9 and metropolitan area C, 1965-1970. 1856Computer tabulations on age structure, by county, 1970. 1857Computer tabulations on population and housing, census first count by county, 1970. 1858Tables on births, deaths, net migration and percent change in population, 1970-1980. 1859Computer tabulations on population estimates by state economic area, 1972-1973. 18510Tables on classification of registrants 18-37 years of age by race, marital-dependency status delinquency, appeals and postponed inductions as reported on form 111, undated. Maryland, 1949-196018511Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18512Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 18513Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. Michigan, 1949-19601861Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1862Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 1863Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. Mississippi,1949-19501864Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1865Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1866Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. Missouri, 1955-19601867Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. New York, 1955-19601868Computer tabulations on in migration to New York, Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Richmond, 1955-1960. North Carolina, 1949-19701869Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 18610Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18611Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18612Tabulations on population mobility based on the census, 1950. 1871Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 1872Computer tabulations of migration from 1955/1965 North Carolina state economic area to 1965/1970 state economic area, 1955-1970. 1873Tables on estimates for net migration, by age, sex, race, and county, 1960-1970. Ohio, 1949-19701874Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1875Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 1876Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 1877Computer tabulations -- special tabulation of census data for Appalachian migrants going to Hamilton County, Ohio, 1965-1970. [1 of 2] 1878Computer tabulations -- special tabulation of census data for Appalachian migrants going to Hamilton County, Ohio, 1965-1970. [2 of 2] Pennsylvania, 1955-19601879Computer tabulations on in migration with and without Philadelphia, 1955-1960. 18710Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. South Carolina, 1949-196018711Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18712Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18713Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 18714Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 18715Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. Tennessee, 1949-19701881Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1882Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1883Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1884Tabulations on population mobility based on the census, 1950. 1885Computer tabulations of migration from 1955/1965 Tennessee state economic area to 1965.1970 state economic area, 1955-1970. 1886Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 1887Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 1888Tables on estimates for net migration, by age, sex, race, and county, 1960-1970. Virginia, 1940-19701889Tables on migration and migration factors by state economic area and county, 1940-1950. 18810Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18811Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 18812Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 18813Tabulations on population mobility based on the census, 1950. 18814Tables on the number and percent of females 14 and over in labor force and percent unemployed by state economic area, 1950-1960. 18815Computer tabulations of migration from 1955/1965 Virginia state economic area to 1965/1970 state economic area, 1955-1970. 1891Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 1892Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 1893Tables on estimates for net migration, by age, sex, race, and county, 1960-1970. West Virginia, 1940-19701894Notes and tables on components of population and net migration, 1940-1950. 1895Tabulations on out migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1896Tabulations on in migration by state economic area, 1949-1950. 1897Tables on out migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 1898Tabulations on population mobility based on the census, 1950. 1899Notes and tables on the appendix for James Brown's paper on West Virginia, 1950-1960. 18910Tables on in migration, 1955-1960. 18911Computer tabulations on in migration, 1955-1960. 18912Computer tabulations of migration from 1955/1965 West Virginia state economic area to 1965/1970 state economic area, 1955-1970. 18913Tables on estimates for net migration, by age, sex, race, and county, 1960-1970. United States, 1955-19701901Computer tabulations on migration to and from state economic areas to and from the Atlanta and Baltimore focal areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1902Computer tabulations on migration to and from Midwest focal areas: Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus and Southwest Ohio, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. Southern Appalachia, 1900-1974 and undated1911Tables and notes on population and population characteristics by state and state economic area, 1900-1950. 1912Tables on net changes in rural/farm populations by state and state economic area, 1920-1950. 1913Tables on population and net migration by physiographic division and subregion, 1920-1960. 1914Tables on total population rural and urban by county, 1930-1940. 1915Computer tabulations of population change and migration streams to and from southern Appalachian state economic areas, 1930-1950. 1916Tables on fertility ratios by state, state economic area, and county, 1930-1950. 1917Tables on fertility ratios for white population by county, 1930-1960. 1918Tables on population change by state and decade, 1930-1980. 1919Tables on in migration from other states by state and subregion, 1935-1940. [includes subregion map] 19110Tables on out migration to other states by state and subregion, 1935-1940. 19111Tables on characteristics of in migrants to each state subregion, 1935-1940. 19112Tables on directions of migrants by state, 1935-1940 and 1949-1950. 1921Notes and tables on employment status for industry groups by state, state economic area, and county, 1940-1950. 1922Tables on characteristics of population change, migration and natural increase, by state, state economic area, and country, 1940-1950. 1923Tables on components of population change by state and state economic area, 1940-1950. 1924Notes and tables on changes in rural/farm and rural/non-farm populations by state and state economic area, 1940-1950. 1925Notes and tables on components of population change for rural areas by state and state economic area, 1940-1950. 1926Tables on births by state and state economic area, 1940-1950. 1927Tables on age distribution by state economic and metropolitan areas, 1940-1950. 1928Tables on population by age groups, state and state economic area, 1940-1950. 1929Tables on the level of living, employment and income by state and state economic area, 1940-1954. 19210Notes and tables on population change by state and metropolitan area, 1940-1960. 19211Tables on age distribution by state, state economic area, and county, 1940-1960. 19212Tables on birth and death rates by state and state economic area, 1940-1960. 19213Tables on migration within the southern Appalachians, 1949-1950. 19214Tables on migration streams and mobility status by state and state economic area, 1949-1950. 19215Tables on out migration by state and state economic area to specified state metropolitan areas, 1949-1950. 19216Tables on in migration by resident area and white/nonwhite, 1949-1950. 19217Tables on out migration by state and state economic area, 1949-1950. 19218Tables on out migration, by state and state economic area, 1949-1950 and 1955-1960. 1931Tables on industrial composition by state and state economic area, 1950. 1932Notes and tables on population of urban, rural/farm and rural/non-farm areas of residence by state and state economic area, 1950. 1933Tables on age distribution number and percent by state and county, 1950. 1934Notes and tables on various characteristics of in and out migration, 1950. 1935Tables on marital status by state and state economic area, 1950. 1936Tables on net migration by age groups, state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 1937Notes and tables on the correlation and percent change between net migration rates and economic characteristics, by state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 1938Tables on population change and characteristics by state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 1939Tables on population and percent change due to migration by type of industry and state, 1950-1960. 19310Tables on population and percent change by urban, rural, rural/farm, rural/non-farm, state, and state economic area, 1950-1960. 19311Tables on population change, 1950-1960. 19312Tables on industry groups distribution and percent change by state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 19313Tables on income distribution and change by state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 19314Tables on the years of school completed by age distribution, state and state economic area, 1950-1960. 19315Tables on industry groups of employed persons by state and county, 1950-1960. 19316Tables on industrial grouping of employed persons by sex, state, state economic area, and county, 1950-1960. 19317Tables on occupational structure of employed persons by sex, state, state economic area and county, 1950, 1960. 19318Tables on household and family population, by state, state economic area and county, 1950-1960. 19319Tables on components of population change, births and deaths, by state, state economic area and county, 1950-1960. 19320Tables on age distribution by state, state economic area, and county, 1950-1960. 19321Tables on general population characteristics, percent nonwhite, sex ratios, median age, dependency, and marital status, by state and county, 1950-1960. 19322Tables on total rural and urban populations by state and county, 1950-1960. 19323Tables on years of school completed and percent enrolled in school by state and county, 1950-1960. 1941Tables on population change by state and county, 1950-1970. 1942Tables on components of population change, births, deaths, and net migration by state and county, 1950-1970. 1943Notes and tables on population estimates, percent changes and age distribution for central Appalachia by state and county, 1950-1970. 1944Tables on total church membership by selected denominations by state and county, 1952. 1945Tables on out migration totals for Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi, South Carolina and Virginia, 1955-1960. 1946Computer tabulations of migration from 43 southern Appalachian state economic areas to 206 metropolitan areas, 1955-1960. 1947Computer tabulations of migration from 206 metropolitan areas to 43 southern Appalachian state economic areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1948Computer tabulations of migration from 43 southern Appalachian state economic areas to 303 non-metropolitan areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1949Computer tabulations of migration to and from southern Appalachian state economic areas, to and from Knoxville, Chattanooga and Birmingham focal areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 19410Computer tabulations of migration to and from southern Appalachian state economic areas, to and from metropolitan and non-metropolitan areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1951Computer tabulations of migration from 509 state economic areas to 43 southern Appalachian state economic areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1952Computer tabulations of migration from 303 non-metropolitan areas to 43 southern Appalachian state economic areas, 1955-1960 and 1965-1970. 1953Tables on retail trade, wholesale trade and mineral industries by state and county, 1958. 1954Notes and tables on business firms' and manufacturers' employees by state and county, 1958-1959. 1955Tables on number and percent of families with specified incomes by state and county, 1959. 1956Tables on number of farms, land area, farm acreage and classifications of farms by state, state economic area, and county, 1959. 1957Tables on agriculture and farm data and statistics, by state and county, 1959. 1958Tables on characteristics of migrants by physiographic divisions for 1950, compiled in December 1960. 1959Tables on the directions of migrants 1949-1950, compiled in December 1960-January 1961. 19510Notes and tables on the number of families under the poverty line by state, state economic area, and county, 1960. 19511Tables on the number and percent of age distribution by state and county, 1960. 19512Tables on the total number of housing units and percent with specified characteristics, by state and county, 1960. 19513Tables on population per occupied housing unit, by state and county, 1960. 19514Tables on summary of economic characteristics by state and county, 1960. 19515Tables on public assistance data by state and county, 1960-1964. 19516Tables on births and deaths by state, state economic area, and county, 1960-1965. 1961Tables on population estimates and change by state, state economic area, and county, 1960-1966. 1962Tables on births and deaths by state and county, 1960-1970. 1963Tables on components of population change in central Appalachia by state and county, 1960-1970. 1964Tables on population percent change by state and county, 1960-1970. 1965Tables on income data by state economic area and county, compiled March 1961. [From Sales Management Magazine.]1966Tables on number of persons in selected health occupations and other data by state and county, 1962. 1967Computer tabulations for special tabulation census data of Appalachian migrants, by SMSA, neighborhood, quartile totals and county of origin, 1965-1970. 1968Computer tabulations of migration from 43 southern Appalachian state economic areas to 509 state economic areas, 1965-1970. 1969Computer tabulations of 1970 census data with population by sex and age groups, May 22, 1973. 19610Computer tabulations of 1970 census data with population by sex and age groups, January 3, 1974. [Given to James Brown from Jerome Pickard.]19611Tables on delineations and maps, undated. WORKS NOT BY JSBPublications and Research MaterialsThese files consist of scholarly articles, project reports, conference papers, and other substantive publications not authored by JSB, but ostensibly used by him in his own research and teaching. Also included are research project materials for studies in which JSB was apparently not involved. 1917-1948 1971Kroeber, A.L. "The Super Organic." American Anthropologist, vol. 19, no. 2, April-June 1917. 1972Vance, Rupert B. "Cotton Culture and Social Life and Institutions of the South." American Sociological Society Publications, vol. 23, 1928. 1973Oyler, Merton. Cost of Living and Population Trends in Laurel County, Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin no. 301, March 1930. 1974Nicholls, W.D. A System for Scoring Kentucky Rural Communities. University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Extension Division. Circular no. 188 (Revised), April 1930. 1975Boyd, Fred, Merton Oyler, and W. D. Nicholls. Rural Organization Contacts in Three Kentucky Communities. Bulletin no. 350, Kentucky Agriculture Experiment Station, University of Kentucky, April 1934. 1976Boyd, Fred, Merton Oyler, and W. D. Nicholls. Factors in the Success of Rural Organizations. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin no. 364, September 1936. 1977Oyler, Merton. Community and Neighborhood Groupings in Knott County. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin no. 366, October 1936. 1978Hamilton, C. Horace. Recent Changes In the Social and Economic Status of Farm Families In North Carolina. The Agricultural Experiment Station of the North Carolina State College of Agriculture and North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Cooperating. Bulletin no. 309, May 1937. 1979Chapin, F. Stuart. "Social Participation Scale." 1937 and 1952. [Includes correspondence and notes.]19710Leland, Tate. "Where are Rural High School Graduates and What Are They Doing?" Radio talk, January 18, 1938. 19711Benedict, Ruth. "Continuities and Discontinuities in Cultural Conditioning." Psychiatry, vol. 1, 1938. 19712Wilson, Leonard S. "Settlement Forms in the Northwest Cumberland Plateau of Kentucky." Proceedings of the Minnesota Academy of Science, vol. 6, 1938. 19713Wilson, Leonard S. "The Geography of Part of the Northwest Cumberland Plateau of Kentucky; Part II: Human Geography." Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, vol. XXIV, Part III, 1938. 19714Marschner, Francis J. Rural Population Density in the Southern Appalachians. United States Department of Agriculture, Miscellaneous Publication no. 367, March 1940. 19715Wilson, M. L. Cultural Approach in Extension Work. Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics, Extension Service Circular 332, May 1940. 19716Beers, Howard W., Robin M. Williams, John S. Page, and Douglas Ensminger. Community Land-Use Planning Committees: Organization, Leadership, and Attitudes, Garrard County, Kentucky, 1939. Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 417, June 1941. 19717Garnett, William Edward and Allen David Edwards. Virginia's Marginal Population: A Study in Rural Poverty. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. Bulletin 335, July 1941. 19718Thorner, Isidor. "Sociological Aspects of Affectional Frustration." Psychiatry: Journal of the Biology and Pathology of Interpersonal Relations, vol. 6, no. 2, May 1943. 19719Williams, Robin M. and Howard W. Beers. Farmers on Local Planning Committees in Three Kentucky Counties, 1939-1940. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 443, May 1943. 19720Spaulding, Irving A. and Howard W. Beers. Mobility and Fertility Rates of Rural Families in Robertson and Johnson Counties, Kentucky, 1918-1941. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 451, June 1943. 19721Williams, Robin M. and Howard W. Beers. Attitudes Toward Rural migration and Family Life in Johnson and Robertson County, Kentucky, 1941. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 452, June 1943. 19722Winchester, Frank. Rural Neighborhoods and Communities in 13 Kentucky Counties, 1941: Size, Population, and Social Structure. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 450, June 1943. 19723Beers, Howard W. Effects of War on Farm Population in Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 456, April 1944. 19724Beers, Howard W. and Robin M. Williams. Age Structure of Kentucky Population, 1940. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 465, June 1944. 19725Hamilton, Horace C. and F.M. Henderson. "Use of the Survival Rate Method in Measuring Net Migration." Journal of the American Statistical Association, vol. 39, June 1944. 19726Dodson, Linden S. "Current Problems and Post-War Prospects," November 1944. 19727Oyler, Merton D. Fertility Rates and Migration of Kentucky Population, 1920 to 1940, as Related to Communication, Income, and Education. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 469, November 1944. 19728Taeuber, Conrad. Replacement Rates for Rural-Farm Males Aged 25-69 Years, By Counties, 1940-50. United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, December 1944. 19729Beers, Howard W. and Catherine Heflin. Rural People in the City: A Study of the Socio-Economic Status of 297 Families in Lexington, Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 478, July 1945. 19730A Preview of Tomorrow's Educational Problems in Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, September 1945. [Prepared by a committee of state and federal extension workers in the United States Department of Agriculture.] 19731Beers, Howard W. and Catherine P. Heflin. The Negro Population of Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 481, January 1946. 19732Kollmorgen, Walter M. and Robert W. Harrison. "The Search for the Rural Community." Agricultural History, 20:1-8, January 1946. 19733Mountain Life and Work, vol. 22, no. 1, Spring 1946. 19734Heflin, Catherine P. and Howard W. Beers. Urban Adjustments of Rural Migrants: A Study of 297 Families in Lexington, Kentucky, 1942. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 487, June 1946. 19735Beers, Howard W. Mobility and Rural Population: A Study of Changes in Residence and Occupation in Two Types of Rural Communities. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 505, June 1947. 19736Duerr, William A., et al. Farms and Forests of Eastern Kentucky in Relation to Population Income: An Appraisal of Population and Land Resources and Their Potentials. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 507, August 1947. 19737Kaufman, Harold F. Religious Organization in Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 524, August 1948. 19738Oyler, Merton D. Neighborhood Standing and Population Changes in Johnson and Robertson Counties, Kentucky. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 523, August 1948. 1949-19531981Kaufman, Harold F. Participation in Organized Activities in Selected Kentucky Localities. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 528, February 1949. 1982Kaufman, Harold F. Rural Churches in Kentucky, 1947. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Kentucky. Bulletin 530, April 1949. 1983Orlansky, Harold. Bibliography from An Appraisal of the Anthropological Community Study. PhD dissertation in Anthropology, Yale University, May 1949.1984Thompson, Warren S. and Donald J. Bogue. 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Consideration of Factors Relevant to the Development of Adequate Health Support Systems. Thesis submitted to the University of Cincinnati, 1973. 20610Wagner, Thomas E. Appalachian Migrant Students in Cincinnati Public Schools. Summary of a dissertation titled, "A Study of selected Appalachian Migrant Students Attending Urban Junior High Schools in the Cincinnati, Ohio, Area," 1973. 20611Youmans, E. Grant. "Chapter 5: Perspectives on the Older American in a Rural Setting," from The Neglected Older American: Social and Rehabilitative Services. John G. Cull and Richard E. Hardy, eds., Springfield, ILL, Charles C. Thomas, 1973. 20612People's Appalachia: People's Development Working Papers. Collected and printed for the Regional Economic Development Commission of the Council of the Southern Mountains, 1973. 20613Coleman, A. Lee and Anne V. Gabbard. 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[Untitled narrative of a woman who marries a man from Appalachia and moves to Appalachian Kentucky, author unknown.]October 1978-19822091Obermiller, Phillip J. "The Invisible Neighborhood: Appalachians in Ohio's Cities." Research Bulletin, October 1978. 2092Pigg, Kenneth E. "Rural Development Research Needs." Rural Development Research & Education, vol. 2, no. 3., Fall 1978. 2093Borman, Kathryn M., Nancy T. Lippincott, and Christopher M. Matey. "Family and Classroom Control in an Urban Appalachian Neighborhood." Education and Urban Society, vol. 2, no. 1, November 1978. 2094Public Affairs Analyst, vol. 4, no. 4, 1978.[Entire issue.]2095Edwards, Charles H. "My Appalachian Heritage: Introduction," "Qualifications of the Writer," and "Biography," circa 1978. 2096Varady, David P. "Elderly Appalachians in Cities: A Case Study of Cincinnati." 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A Rand Note, prepared for The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, N-1934-NICHD, December 1982. 20928Raitz, Karl. "Strategies for Coping with Cyclic Poverty in the Families and Communities of Central Appalachia," circa 1982.1983-1993, undated2101Maggard, Sally Ward. "Newsmaking and Social Change in Eastern Kentucky: 'Why Aren't They Telling Our Side?'" Paper prepared for the Sixth Annual Appalachian Studies Conference, Pipestem, West Virginia, March 18-20, 1983. 2102Ford, Thomas R., Thomas A. Arcury, and Julia D. Porter. Changes in the Structure of Central Appalachian Mountain Families and Households, 1958-1976. University of Kentucky Center for Developmental Change, April 1983.2103Morrison, Peter A. Current Demographic Trends and Federal Policy: An Overview. A Rand Note, prepared for The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, N-2030-NICHD, August 1983. 2104Hillery, George A. Jr., "Monastic Occupations: A Study in Values." 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"The Motivation of the Underprivileged Worker," undated. 2113Donnermeyer, Joseph F. "BY B Migration Patterns: Population Movement in a Metropolital State Economic Area," undated. 2114Ford, Thomas. "Depressed Areas and the Welfare State: Presidential Voting in the Southern Appalachians," undated. [Draft with comments.]2115Fowler, Gary L. "The Geography Basis of Human Migration Systems," undated. 2116George, K. M. "Thesis Proposal: Some Economic Factors Associated with Net Migration in the Southern Appalachian Region, 1935-1957," undated. 2117Knipe, Edward E. "Change in Mining Technology and Workers Interaction." Paper read at the International Seminar on Social Change in the Mining Community, Part I, West Virginia University, undated. 2118Lee, Everett. "Population Redistribution and the South, 1940-1957," undated. 2119Leone, Giulio. "United Nations European Study Group on Rural Social Welfare," undated. 21110Mayhew, Earl. "The Place of or Function of Metropolis and Trade-Center Areas in Rural Development," undated. 21111Photiadis, John D. Change in the Rural Southern Appalachian Community. Research Series 7, Series 68, no. 9-10, Office of Research and Development, Appalachian Center, West Virginia University, Morgantown, undated. 21112Photiadis, John, and Frederick Zeller. Improving County School Systems in West Virginia: The School Bond Issue and its Management. Information Series 2, Series 68, no. 9-8, Office of Research and Development, Appalachian Center, West Virginia University, Morgantown, undated. 21113Photiadis, John D. An Overview of the Processes of Social Transition in Rural Appalachia. Discussion Paper, Office of Research and Development, Center for Extension and Continuing Education, Western Virginia University, Morgantown, undated. 21114Roberts, Cecilia. "Mental Health and Eastern Kentucky Youth." Draft, undated. 21115Schwarzweller, Harry K. "The Individual and the Changing Society in Appalachia," undated. 21116Schwarzweller, Harry K. "Regional Variations in the Educational Mobility of Rural Youth: Norway, Germany, and the United States," undated. 21117Smith, Eldon. "Industrial Development Programs for Areas of Rural Under-Development," undated. 21118Talbot, Ross B. "Trends in the Political Position of the American Farmer: A View Based on the Looking Glass of Foreign Observers," undated. 21119"Cultural Description of Kanawha County," no author, undated. 21120Part One: Migration in Tennessee, undated. [Chapter I, "An Introduction to Tennessee's Migration Problem;" Chapter II, "Migration Losses for Tennessee;" Chapter III, "Comparison of Tennessee's Migration Rates with Other States;" Chapter IV, "Area and County Variations in the Tennessee Migration Problem;" Chapter V, "Characteristics of Tennessee Migrants;" and Chapter VI, "Causes, Results, and Implications of Migration in Tennessee." Includes notes and "Tennessee Legislative Council Study of Industrial Development and Migration" field study form.]Oversized2121Appalachian Development Highway System and Access Roads. Appalachian Regional Commission, E. S. Preston & Associates, Ltd., December 1966. Research StudiesStudy of Price County, WisconsinThis is a migration study done by the Department of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin, which includes reports, schedules, and guidelines.2131Correspondence, May 1959.[Correspondence is between UK and University of Wisconsin regarding James Brown's use of the Price County materials.] 2132Marshall, Douglas G., Jon Doerflinger and Allen B. Orman. "The Changing Role of Agriculture in Price County Wisconsin." Some Highlights Concerning Employment and Migration of Open-Country People. Report no. II, April 1, 1958. 2133Rural Sociology Department, University of Wisconsin. Service Orientation of Open-County People in Price County, May 1958. 2134Doerflinger, Jon and Douglas G. Marshall. "Changing the Role of Agriculture in Price County Wisconsin." An Analysis of Recent Population Trends in Price County to 1958. Report no. III, April 15, 1959. 2135Blank schedule for Price County survey, July 1956. 2136Price County population data, 1958. S-44 Questionnaire, Low Income Factors2137Part II: Head of family schedule, undated. 2138"Factors in the Adjustment of Families and Individuals to Changing Conditions in Low-Income Rural Areas." Summary of S-44 Questionnaire Data from Kentucky Phase of the Regional Study, March 1962. Grannies Branch Project2139Proposal of educational research project and the preface to research design, 1964. 21310Correspondence, April-June 1964. 21311Project objectives and methods by different colleges and departments of the University of Kentucky.Community Action in Appalachia: An Appraisal of the "War on Poverty" in a rural setting of Southeastern Kentucky, 1965-1968A University of Kentucky research team of both faculty and graduate students from various departments studied the Knox County Community Action Program (CAP) under the Office of Economic Opportunity from October 1965 to September 1968. The researchers investigated whether the community action program moved poor people towards greater participation in the larger society and towards a more "modern" lifestyle or not.Jim Brown has no connection with this study. This copy was located in the Department of Sociology Library at the University of Kentucky and is a gift to this collection.21312Harwood, Richard. "'War on Poverty' Program to Aim at Salvaging 10,000,000 Youngsters." Courier-Journal, undated. [Background material for Community Action in Appalachia Study.]21313Memo from James Brown to the Department of Sociology at the University of Kentucky, January 23, 1969. [Concerns obtaining this copy of the report.]21314Street, Paul. "Unit 1: Introduction and Synthesis," August 1968. 21315Stephens, Lowndes F. "Unit 2: Economic Progress in An Appalachian County: the Relationship Between Economic and Social Change," August 1968. 21316Cain, Stephen R. "Unit 3: A Selective Distribution of a Knox County Mountain Neighborhood," August 1968. 2141Gladden, James W. "Unit 4: Family Life Styles, Social Participation, and Socio-Cultural change (profiles of selected Knox County Residents)," August 1968. [1 of 3] 2142Gladden, James W. "Unit 4: Family Life Styles, Social Participation, and Socio-Cultural change (profiles of selected Knox County Residents)," August 1968. [2 of 3] 2143Gladden, James W. "Unit 4: Family Life Styles, Social Participation, and Socio-Cultural change (profiles of selected Knox County Residents)," August 1968. [3 of 3] 2144Hirsch, Herbert. "Unit 5: Poverty, Participation and Political Socialization: A Study of the Relationship between Participation in the Community Action Program and the Political Socialization of the Appalachian Child," August 1968. 2145Caudill, Morris K. "Unit 6: The Youth Development Program," August 1968. [1 of 2] 2146Caudill, Morris K. "Unit 6: The Youth Development Program," August 1968. [2 of 2] 2147Donohew, Lewis and Krishna Singh. "Unit 7: Modernization of Life Styles," August 1968. 2148Sutton Jr., Willis A. "Unit 8: Leadership and Community Relations," August 1968. [1 of 3] 2151Sutton Jr., Willis A. "Unit 8: Leadership and Community Relations," August 1968. [2 of 3] 2152Sutton Jr., Willis A. "Unit 8: Leadership and Community Relations," August 1968. [3 of 3] 2153Murphey, Ottis and Paul Street. "Unit 9: The 'Image' of the Knox County Community Action Program," August 1968. 2154Murphey, Ottis. "Unit 10: The Knox County Economic Opportunity Council Anti-Poverty Arts and Crafts Store Project (A Case Study)," August 1968. 2155Street, Paul and Linda Tomes. "Unit 11: The Early Childhood Program," August 1968. 2156Street, Paul. "Unit 12: The Health Education Program," August 1968. 2157Field, Thomas P., Wilford A. Bladen, and Burtis Webb. "Unit 13: Recent Home Construction in Two Appalachian Counties," August 1968. Cincinnati Population Study2158Blank survey, undated. [Study completed by the Institute for Metropolitan Studies, University of Cincinnati.]SUBJECT FILESIncluded here are files relating to various topics in which James Brown was interested.Ag - Appalachian Mu2161Agriculture. 2162Alcohol. 2163Alice Lloyd College--Educational Professions Act.2164Alice Lloyd College--Newsletter, Annual Report, Agenda of Events. 2165Alice Lloyd College--Outreach Program--Board of Directors Meeting, Budget.2166Alice Lloyd College--Outreach Program--Correspondence. 2167Alice Lloyd College--Outreach Program--Proposal. 2168Alice Lloyd College--Outreach Program--Prospectus. 2169Appalachia--Children.21610Appalachia--Festival & Event Programs, Miscellaneous. 21611Appalachia--Folklore. 21612Appalachia--Newspaper Editorials. 21613Appalachia--Women.[Includes newspaper clippings and other documents relating to the general topic of Appalachian women, 1950-1993.]21614Appalachian Consortium, Inc.[Newsletters and other informative mailings.]21615Appalachian Development Center, Morehead State University, Appalachian Celebration, 1979 and 1980.21616Appalachian Economic Development Program.21617Appalachian Festival.21618Appalachian Museum.Appalachian Regional Commission2171Annual Report, 1966.2172Annual Report, 1968.2173Annual Report, Appendix A: Population, 1971.2174Appalachia -- An Economic Report, July 1972.2175Appalachia -- An Economic Report, 1973.2176Appalachian Data Book, Part A, January 1967.2177Appalachian Data Book, Part B, January 1967.2178Appalachian Development Institute Study, September 30, 1966.2179The Appalachian Experiment, 1965-1970.21710Code Instruction Sheets, 1969.21711Code Instruction Sheet, 1970.2181Code Instruction Sheet, 1971.2182Code Instruction Change, 1972.2183Conference of Appalachian Governors, 1968. [Includes maps and report.]2184Correspondence concerning Monies Used in 1973.2185Correspondence discussing Articles, Appalachian Migration Study.2186Current Regional Reports, 1973.2187Current Statistical Report, Numbers 1-4, 1971.2188"Dimensions of Change in East Tennessee, Tennessee, the South, and the Nation: A Comparative Analysis," 1966.2189Information Printouts: County Information, Income Information, 1960s.21810Instructions for Code Changes, 1973.21811Instructions for Code Changes, 1974-1975.21812Journals: Appalachia, May-August 1980.21813List of Publications, 1970.21814Newspaper Clippings - General.21815Newspaper Clippings - Affairs, Publicity, Politics.21816Newspaper Clippings - Development.21817Newspaper Clippings - Poverty and Economic Issues.21818Preliminary Analysis for Development of Central Appalachia, Memorandum, 1967. 21819"Preliminary Analysis for Development of Central Appalachia," Research Report #8.2191"Preliminary Review of Post-Census Population Trends in Appalachia," 1973. 2192Program Proposal. 2193Regional Development Acts of 1975, Senate Conference Report. 2194"A Report to Congress an Migration Submitted by the Appalachian Regional Commission," March 1979. 2195The Suggested Substance of a Surface Mining Reclamation Statute and Inspection System, by Hugh B. Montgomery, 1966. 2196Workshops on the Appalachian Data System: Quick Query System, 1969.[Contains correspondence and memoranda.] Appalachian Sm - Appalachian So 2197Appalachian Small Museums Conference -- Brochure, May 30-31, 1980. 2198Appalachian Sources Conference -- Brochure, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, November 6-7, 1980 Appalachian Studies Program 2199"An Annotated Bibliography of Holdings in Union College Library related to Appalachian Studies," Summer 1969, and "A Bibliography of Materials Relating to the Appalachian South," undated.21910Appalachian Course Material, 1971, 1974, 1977. 21911Appalachian Studies Association: Correspondence, Newsletter, 1977. 21912Appalachian Studies Group: Correspondence, 1967. 21913Appalachian Studies Migration Group: Correspondence, 1972. 21914Articles and Brochures, 1975-1976. 21915Bibliography on the Appalachian South, 1973-74, 1976-77. 21916Book Purchasing Information: Order Forms, undated. 21917Brochure of Appalachian Courses offered by the Community Education Program, undated. 21918Fellowship Certificate: Information, Brochures, 1980. 21919Interim Report for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Project #EI-27939-1160, 1978. 21920Interim Report for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Project #EI-27939-1160, 1979. 2201Interim Report on the Third Year of the National Endowment for the Humanities; Project Number EI-27939-77-1160, Correspondence, 1980. 2202Interim Report on the Fourth Year of the National Endowment for the Arts; Project Number EI-27939-77-1160, 1981 .2203Letter, from James S. Brown, to Lewis W. Cochran, Vice President of Academic Affairs, December 14, 1971, and related documents. 2204Meeting: Agenda, Notes, Newsletter, 1980. 2205Proposals: Memorandum. 2206"Values Catalog: An Annotated Bibliography." Appalachian Wr - Ci2207Appalachian Writers Workshop, held at the Hindman Settlement School, brochures and registration forms, 1980-1981. 2208Appalshop -- Catalogs of Appalshop films, 1970s.2209Appalshop -- Mailings and Clippings.[Includes calendars, newsletters, and other miscellaneous mailings.]22010Appalshop -- Roadside Theatre.[Includes newspaper clippings and other documents related to Appalshop's Roadside Theatre.]22011Berea -- Brochures. 22012Bingham Family Newspaper clippings about Louisville's Bingham family, 1991.22013Caudill, Harry M.[Newspaper clippings by and about Harry M. Caudill, 1970s-1990s.]2211Christian Appalachian Project-Calendar, 1973. 2212Cincinnati.[Includes newspaper clippings and other documents, 1960s-1990.]Coal Mining2213Coal Companies, 1967-1990s.2214Environment and Impact, 1969-1992.2215Environment and Impact.[Includes Surface Mining and our Environment. U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967.]2216Health and Safety, 1960-1991.[Includes newspaper articles about the health and safety of coal miners, including issues like workers' benefits.]2217Health and Safety: Black Lung.[Includes newspaper clippings relating specifically to black lung disease, 1968-1977 and undated.]2218Legislation and Taxation, 1968-1997.2219Stuart A. Schweitzer. The Limits to Kentucky Coal Output: A Short-Term Analysis. Department of Economics, College of Business and Economics, University of Kentucky; Institute for Mining and Minerals Research; UKY TR81-74-IMMR2, March 1974. 22110Miners, 1947-1980.22111Production Levels, 1968-1977 and undated .22112Research and Education, 1967-1991 and undated.22113Strikes, Unions, and Contracts, 1953-1989 and undated .22114Strip Mining, 1960-1991, undated material.22115Technology, 1949-1964.Community School for a Day2221Brochures, 1958, 1959, 1960. 2222Correspondence, 1958-1960. 2223Jaycee Community Development: Presenting the U.S. Jaycee Number One External Program for 1959-60; Realistic Plan Helping You to Develop a Better Community, 1959-60. 2224Newspaper Clippings, 1959-1960. 2225Planning Notes, undated.2226Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Community School for a Day, November 10, 1958, published January 1959 .2227Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Community School for a Day, 1960. 2228Theme, Planning, Courses, 1959-1960. Cou - Ha2229Council of the Southern Mountains, Sue Bennett College, London, Kentucky, August 23-24, 1980. 22210Crime and Violence, Kentucky, 1963-1992.22211Crime and Violence,National, 1970-1990.22212Economy, 1950-1991 and undated.22213Education -- Elementary & Secondary Education Act of 1965. 22214Education -- Kentucky -- General, 1959-1994.22215Education -- Kentucky -- Higher Education, 1961-1992.22216Education -- Kentucky -- Special Interest Stories, 1960s-1992.22217Education -- National, 1956-1980.2231Elections, 1950s through 1980s. 2232Elections, 1990s. 2233Energy and Power Development -- Correspondence, 1962. 2234Energy -- Electricity. 2235Environment. 2236Film and Video. [Includes newspaper clippings and brochures about documentaries relating to Kentucky.]2237Forest Products Marketing Laboratory. 2238Frontier Nursing Service.[Clippings and brochure.]2239Government Documents .[Regarding the Economic Opportunities Act, Appalachian Regional Development.]22310Gulf War. 22311Happy Pappy Program, Newspaper clippings, 1963-1968.22312Harlan County Guidance Institute, Correspondence, 1964.Health22313Aging and the Elderly.22314Health Care.22315Hospitals and Clinics.22316Insurance.22317Medicaid.22318Mental Health.Ho - Ke 2241Housing.2242Industrialization -- Appalachia.2243Industrialization -- Handcraft Industry.2244Jobs.2245John C. Campbell Folk School.2246Kentucky -- Brochures.Kentucky/Appalachian Heritage and History22471940s22481950s22491960s224101970s224111980s224121990s 22413Undated Kentucky Area Development - The Manpower Plan2251Kentucky Area Development Council -- Meeting Agenda, Notes, 1961. 2252Kentucky Area Development Council -- Newspaper Clippings, 1961-1962 and undated. 2253Kentucky Area Development Program -- Correspondence, 1961. 2254Kentucky Development Committee Meeting -- Minutes, Notes, Maps, 1966. 2255Kentucky "Operation Hitchhike" Program -- Program Review. RS-40, 1974. 2256Kentucky Program Development Office -- Division of Development Information. DID Bits. Newsletter, March-June 1970. 2257King Jr., Martin Luther -- Souvenir Program from the March on Frankfort, March 5, 1964. 2258Latin American Studies. 2259Leslie County Community Action Health Program -- Minutes, Community Interaction. 22510Lexington Community Development Plans -- Report, Population Analysis, 1963.22511Lexington Community Development Plans -- "Research Report #5: A Social and Cultural Profile of Lexington and Fayette County," 1963.22512Literature. 22513Louisville. 22514Magoffin County's Long Range Improvement Program -- "A Look Into the Future," 1965. 22515Mailings. 22516The Manpower Plan -- Kentucky River Area Development District, 1975.[Contains miscellaneous mailings regarding book publications and various events.]MapsAppalachia22517Appalachian Regional Commission areas, undated.22518Counties, undated.[Some counties have been colored.]22519Counties, no legend, undated. 22520Region and counties, undated.22521Physiographic divisions, undated. 22522Percentage change in total population for 1950-1960 by county, undated. 22523Rate of net migration change for 1950-1960 by county, undated. 22524Percentage of rural farm and non-farm population in 1960 by county, undated. 2261 Non-metropolitan state economic areas by industrial composition, 1950. 2262 Standard metropolitan areas of the United States and Southern Appalachia, 1963. 2263 Topography, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1933. 2264 Region as defined by the Appalachian Regional Commission, 1968. 2271 Region district centers as delineated by the state, November 1, 1968. 2272 Sub-regional boundaries, January 1974. 2281Industrial composition in 1950 and 1960 by county, undated. 2282Percent of families with income less than $3,000 in 1959 by county, undated. 2283Median family income in 1959 by county, undated. 2284Farm operator level-of-living indexes in 1950, 1954 and 1959 by county, undated. 2285States and counties, undated. 2286Percent change in population for 1960-1970 by county, undated.2287Selected growth centers, undated. 2288Boundary of central Appalachia, undated. 2289Unidentified changes for 1950-1957 by county, undated. 22810Percentage of rural farm population in 1930 by county, undated. 22811Primary migration systems from 1949-1950, by state and county, undated. 22812State subregions and metropolitan counties from the 1940 census of population. 22813Appalachian region as designated by the Appalachian Regional Commission, 1967.[Includes the following regions: Highlands, Northern, Central and Southern.]22814"The Four Appalachians."[Subregions as defined by the Appalachian Regional Commission in 1968.] 22815Regional demonstration health areas as designated under section 202 of the Appalachian Regional Development Act, 1968. Kentucky22816Counties, undated. 22817Percent of gainful workers over 10 in mining in 1930 by county, undated.22818Value of products used as percent of all products in 1929, by county, undated.22819Rural farm index of natural increase in 1930 by county, undated.22820Percent population under 15 and over 65 in 1930 by county, undated.22821Percent of farms reporting automobiles in 1930 by county, undated.22822Development districts, undated.22823Number of days worked off farms per farm operator working off farms in 1935 by county, undated.22824Percent of farm operators working off farms in 1935 by county, undated.22825Land available for crops per capita of rural farm population in 1935 by county, undated.22826Net migration to and from Kentucky from 1930-1940 by county, undated.22827County combinations (necessitated by changes in county boundaries since 1860) for analyzing county data from 1860-1940, undated.22828Percentage change in population for 1930-1940 by county, undated.22829Percentage increase of population from 1920-1930 and 1930-1940 by county, undated.22830Analysis of rural, social, and economic data in 1940 by county, undated.22831Population distribution for 1930 by county, undated.22832Percent population change from 1970-1980 for eastern counties, undated.22833Generalized land classification, undated. 22834United States employment service local offices by county, undated. 22835City of Lexington, Kentucky and the University of Kentucky, 1950. 22836Census tract street and road index of Lexington and Fayette County, Kentucky, 1963. 22837Traffic flow of Owsley County, Kentucky, 1939. 22838Grant County, 1936. 22839Hopkins County, 1936.22840Pike County, 1936. 22841Level of living index for 1930 by county, undated. 22842Type of farming areas, undated. 2291 Hassan, A.F. State of Kentucky, 1938.[Clay, Leslie and Perry Counties.]2292 Big Creek Quadrangle,Kentucky, 1953.2293 Mistletoe Quadrangle, Kentucky, U.S. Geographical Survey, 1953. 2294 Kentucky area development districts, undated. 2301 Magoffin County, school supervision zones, undated. 2302 Magoffin County, names and segments, undated. 2303 Magoffin County, post offices and stores, 1945.2304 Magoffin County, families using country cannery and students of vocational agriculture, 1945-1946 and 1953-1954.2305 Beech Creek Area, figure 6, showing neighborhoods, locations of families' houses, schools and stores, undated.2306 Magoffin County traffic, 1952.2311 Magoffin County divided into grid and "completed" squares marked, undated.2312 Magoffin County, church groups, elementary schools, high schools, and bus routes, undated.2313 Magoffin County, school buses, undated.2314 Magoffin County, zones, undated.2321 Clay County, highway and transportation, 1937.2322 Clay County, general highways, 1983.2323 Breathitt County, highways, 1941.2324 Owsley County, highway and transportation, 1937.North Carolina2331Geologic map, 1937. United States2332State economic areas as defined by the 17th decennial census, 1950. 2333Standard metropolitan areas of the United States and Puerto Rico, 1967.2334Economic subregions as defined by the United States Department of Commerce, undated.2335States, undated.[Includes some notes.]2336Miscellaneous. Modified Extension Program for Eastern Kentucky 2337Correspondence, 1960.2338Minutes of Meetings, Notes of Meetings, 1960. 2339"Modified Extension Program of Eastern Kentucky," September 1960. 23310Newsletter, June 6, 1960. 23311Notes, 1960.23312"Opportunities in the Appalachian Region and the Role of the University." Report, 1960. 23313Plank 1, 1960.23314Plank 2, 1960.23315Plank 3, 1960.23316Plank 4, 1960.23317Plank 5, 1960.23318Plank 6, 1960.23319Plank 7, 1960.23320Program for First Day of Orientation, Notes, 1960. 23321Rough of Final Report, 1960. Mo - Pop23322The Mountain Eagle, vol. 61, nos. 4, 46; vol. 62, nos. 3-7, 11. 2341Mountain Program -- Synopsis, Institute for Environmental Studies, 1970. 2342Music.[Contains newspaper clippings on national and Kentucky music topics.]2343National News. 2344New Zealand -- New Zealand Review, 1987. 2345North-South Mountain Parkway Committee -- flyer. 2346Obituaries. 2347People's Appalachian Research Collective -- Appalachia's Problems, People, Alternatives. Booklet, Volume 1, 1972. 2348Pikeville Cut-Through Project -- Newspaper Clippings, Memorandum, 1970s. 2349Pine Mountain Settlement School -- Brochures and poem book, 1958-1993. 23410Politics -- Kentucky, 1991 Redistricting. 23411Politics -- National. 23412Population and Migration, 1930s through 1970s.23413Population and Migration, 1980s through 1990s. Poverty234141950s.234151960 through 1965. 23511966 through 1969. 23521970s.23531980s. 23541990-1995 and undated Pr - Ra2355Program 60 -- Program 60; 1960-1970: A Decade of Action for Progress in Eastern Kentucky; A Pattern for Total Development Proposed by The Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission, 1960.2356Program 60 -- Progress Report, 1962. 2357Program of Community Dynamics -- Correspondence and Reports, 1960.2358Programming -- Secondary Data for Use in Programming, 1971.[Includes a report highlighting public assistance in Kentucky by county for 1965.]2359Psychology -- General Topics. 23510Public Welfare Programs -- Social Dependency -- Correspondence, Reports, Newspaper Articles, Notes, 1963 and 1965. 23511Race. Religion23512Brochures and Pamphlets. 23512aCommission on Religion in Appalachia (CORA)23513Dutch Documentation Centre for the Council (Do-C). 23514General. 23515Snake Handling .Res - Zo2361Restaurants and Dining.2362Road Maps, National.2363Roads and Highways -- Appalachia -- Newspaper Clippings, Memorandum, Invitation.2364Shakertown Roundtable -- Report, 1990.2365Social Welfare Manpower Project for Appalachia -- Notes, 1969-1970.2366Sociology -- General Topics.2367Spendthrift Farm.2368State Data Center.2369Stuart, Jesse.23610Tennessee Valley Authority -- Newspaper Clippings and Notes.23611University of Kentucky.23612Urban Development -- "Guiding Metropolitan Growth," August 1960.23613Urban Development -- Newspaper clippings.23614Urban Unrest, 1960s23615Urbanization -- "Appalachia as a Metropolitan Problem," 1979.23616Urbanization -- "Metropolitan Area Statistics." Reprint from Statistical Abstract of the United States, 1971.23617Urbanization -- Newspaper clippings.23618U.S. Study Commission, Southeast River Basins.23619Volunteer Workers.23620Water -- Dams, 1960-1978.23621Water -- Dams -- Red River Gorge, 1968-1974 and undated.2371Water -- Flooding.2372Water -- River Development.2373Zoning -- The Zoning Ordinance & You: What It Is Supposed to Do and How It Affects You. University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service, undated.PHOTOGRAPHS, 1957-1997BEECH CREEK, STUDY 2: MOUNTAIN FAMILIES IN TRANSITIONThese are images from Clay County, Kentucky taken during the Beech Creek II (Mountain Families in Transition) Study. Some were used during participant interviews to facilitate recall of the area; others are of Beech Creek personnel working on the project. Contains primarily photographic images with a few negatives. NOTE: Box 238 is restricted due to the presence of personal identifying information.NOTE: See also Boxes 73-109 for additional materials related to the Beech Creek 2 study.Beech Creek Informants, 1961-1962238/1/1House with two men and woman sitting on left side of long porch [1961]. Back of photo: "The old [Beech Creek Family] homeplace which Tolli sold without the knowledge of his children leading to a grave family crisis, 1961" 238/1/2Man standing in small stream with trees to right and (field?) to left [1961]. Back of Photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/3White-sided house with screened-in porch with man partially visible standing on right [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/4Man and woman sitting in straight-backed chairs in front of rough log house [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/5Woman and boy standing beside house with another boy seen behind them on porch [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/6[Family] of one woman and three men, [grandfather, parents and son?], standing in front of picket fence and business [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound family, 1961" 238/1/7Woman on donkey along cleared path with brush on both sides [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, [Beech Creek Informant] (Donkey Mail), 1961" 238/1/8Unidentified man standing on sidewalk in front of house [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/9Unidentified man and woman standing beside house [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/10Woman [teacher] surrounded by children standing in front of building [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound school kids and teacher, 1961). 238/1/11Photo and one copy. [Beech Creek Informant] driving fence posts, 1961]. Back of photo: "[Beech Creek Informant driving fence posts Newfound neighborhood, 1961." 238/1/12[Harry Schwarzweller] on left and [Beech Creek Informant] on right with [Elizabeth Schwarzweller] in middle with back toward camera [1961]. Back of photo: "[Beech Creek Informant], HKS and Elizabeth in BC, near [Beech Creek Informant] house. Talking with [Beech Creek Informant], Harry and Liz Schwarzweller Newfound Creek, 1961" 238/1/13[Beech Creek Informant] holding tool standing in front of station wagon [1961]. Back of photo: "[Beech Creek Informant], Newfound neighborhood ("Beech Creek"), 1961." 238/1/14Negative and one print. Men in outdoor setting, Harry Schwarzweller on left and James S. Brown on right [1961]. Back of photo: "[Beech Creek Informant's] backyard Newfound Neighborhood. Harry Schwarzweller, [Beech Creek Informants], Jim Brown, 1961." 238/1/15Children eating lunch at long tables in [school lunch room, 1961]. Back of photo: "Lunch time in Oneida School. Oneida School, Clay County lunch room, 1961." 238/1/16[James S. Brown] on left standing with group of six other men and women [Harry Schwarzweller? Third from right] [1961]. Back of photo: "Harry and visitors (migrants) Beech Creek, 1961." 238/1/17Negative, print and two copies. [James S. Brown seated on far left with Beech Creek Family, 1961] Back of print "Jim Brown and [Beech Creek Family] 1961 (Jim [Beech Creek Informants] and visitor boy." Back of copy one: "(Aldridge's Rock) Jim Brown asking the [Beech Creek Family] where folks from the area are living now, 1961."238/1/18Negative, print and one copy. [Beech Creek Family, visitor boy, [Beech Creek Informant] seated on bench, 1961]. Back of print: "[Beech Creek] family 1961 [Beech Creek Informants] Newfound neighborhood." 238/1/18aPhotographic slide. Unidentified man standing beside mule and pickup. [circa 1961]238/1/18bPhotographic slide. Unidentified man standing beside mule. [circa 1961]238/1/19Two story brick home on paved street with cars parked at curb and people looking at house [1962]. Back of photo: "Hamilton County, Ohio 1962 [Beech Creek Informant's] house (husband...[Beech Creek Informant]), migrants from Newfound." 238/1/20[Church Hamilton County, Ohio] with cars parked at meters and people milling around in front of church [1962]. Back of photo: "Hamilton County, Ohio church, 1962." 238/1/20aKash D. Amburgy, "The County preacher, pastor and radio speaker."Landscapes of Clay County, Kentucky (Beech Creek), 1961. 238/2/21Dirt road cut into hillside with trees and bushes on either side [1961]. Back of photo: "Road from Newfound to Aldridge's Rock, 1961." 238/2/22Valley road running beside farmed field between two hillsides [1961]. Back of photo: "General BC appearance. Beech Creek area, 1961." 238/2/23Field with rolling hills and some trees in background [1961]. Back of photo: "Another view of Beech Creek, 1961." 238/2/24Worn path between two small hillsides leading to field behind [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound area, 1961." 238/2/25Planted fields on left with treed hills on right with home at top of hill [1961]. Back of photo: "Cultivation in E. Ky. Is a hard job. BC ladies do not want to go back to this, no matter how great is men's nostalgia for the homeplace. Near Newfound area, 1961." 238/2/26Old house with planted hillside beside it and two hillsides behind [undated]. Back of photo: Shows hard work involved in hillside cultivation in E. Ky. Farm Newfound area." 238/2/27Cultivated hillside fields [1961]. Back of photo: "Tobacco fields near Newfound, 1961." 238/2/28Negative, print and two copies. Field with barbed-wire fence in foreground ["Pilot Rock" neighborhood, 1961]. Back of print: "(Aldridge's Rock-Newfound Landmark) 'Pilot Rock' ...well known to people in area... The postmaster at Trixie has a TV antenna at the top. Back of copy 1: "Pilot Rock - Aldridge's Rock neighborhood (familiar landmark), 1961." 238/2/29Rough-hewn wood building with worn path running beside it toward field in the background [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961." 238/2/30[Coal tipple] with treed hillside in background [1961]. Back of photo: "A deserted coalmine in the B.C. area. Coal tipple near Newfound Creek and Oneida, 1961."238/2/31Old shed-type building [1961]. Back of Photo: "Newfound Creek, 1961." 238/2/32Photo and one copy. Creek in foreground with road crossing to a white, wood-sided house with smoke coming out of chimney and outbuildings [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek (Beech Creek"), 1961." 238/2/33White house with dark trim and flowers in front yard [1961]. Back of photo: [Beech Creek Informant's] house in B.C. Perhaps not to be included in any reproduction. [Beech Creek Informant's] House on Newfound Creek, 1961." 238/2/34Photo and two copies: Two story white house in field with small stream in foreground [abandoned Beech Creek family House, 1961]. Back of photo: "[Beech Creek Family] House Newfound neighborhood, abandoned, 1961." Back of copy one: (Newfound) the old [Beech Creek family] homeplace...where Jim Brown stayed for part of the time in area." 238/2/35Negative, print and two copies. White, wood-sided building [Newfound School, 1961]. Back of print: "Newfound school, 1961." Back of copy one: "Newfound Schoolhouse." 238/2/36Negative, print and two copies. White, wood-sided house on knoll with trees. Back of print one: "[Beech Creek] family house, Newfound, 1961." Back of copy one: "Newfound-Home of [Beech Creek Informant]...The old {Beech Creek family]." 238/2/37Negative, print and two copies. White, wood-sided building. Back of print: "Newfound Church ("Beech Creek"), 1961." Back of copy one: "Newfound Mennonite Mission-about seven years old." 238/2/38Long view of sidewalk and storefronts with another building in background facing forward [1961]. Back of photo: "Oneida, Clay County, 1961." 238/2/39Street in two of [Oneida, 1961]. Back of photo: "Oneida, Clay County, 1961." 238/2/40View of Oneida School from across the creek [1961]. Back of photo: "Oneida School, where [Beech Creek informant] teaches. Oneida School, Clay County, 1961." PERSONNELThese are images of Harry Schwarzweller, James S. Brown and J.J. Mangalam who were co-investigators on the Beech Creek II project which studied Clay County, Kentucky migrants and their families. The photos were taken in Beech Creek (Clay County) as well as the coding office located in the basement of the University of Kentucky Chemistry Building. Some of the photos include the project technical assistant, Mrs. Cornelia Morgan, as well as graduate students and others who assisted with coding the data. The data and results were eventually published as: Mountain Families in Transition: A Case Study of Appalachian Migration by Harry K. Schwarzweller, James S. Brown and J.J. Mangalam, University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1971.In Field, 1961 238/3/41[James S. Brown] walking path going between two stands of trees [1961]. Back of photo: "Toward Aldridge's Rock, 1961." 238/3/42Man [James S. Brown?] beside flowing creek [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound Creek, Jim Brown, 1961" 238/3/43Man [James S. Brown?] walking up hillside path surrounded by trees [1961]. Back of photo: "Over the ridge, Newfound to Rockcastle, 1961" 238/3/44[Harry Schwarzweller] standing on hillside. Car seen parked at top of hill. [1961]. Back of photo: "Newfound creek, 1961." 238/3/45Man standing looking over into ditch with scattered debris [1961]. Back of photo: "Harry S. checking erosion Newfound Creek, 1961." 238/3/46[Harry Schwarzweller] wading Newfound Creek [1961]. Back of print: "Crossing Newfound Creek. "'Harry S. forgot to bring boots. It was very very cold in early spring.' Lunch under arm." Back of copy 1: "Harry Schwarzweller wading Newfound Creek ("Beech Creek"), 1961." Beech Creek Coding Office (1961-1963)238/4/47Back of photo: "Coding office Beech Creek study, Harry Schwarzweller, Joseph J. Mangalam, 1962." 238/4/48Back of photo: "BC coding office, J. Brown, H. Schwarzweller, 1962." 238/4/49Back of photo: "BC coding office, J. Brown, J. Mangalam, H. Schwarzweller, 1962." 238/4/50Harry Schwarzweller, James Brown, J.J. Mangalam [1962]. Back of photo: "BC coding office H. Schwarzweller, J. Brown, 1962." 238/4/51[Harry Schwarzweller] sitting at desk [1963]. Back of Photo: "Coding BC data, 1963 (1961-63)." 238/4/52[Harry Schwarzweller, 1961-1963]. Back of photo: "Checking files BC study, 1961-63." 238/4/53Back of photo: "Jim Brown, Harry Schwarzweller-BC coding office, 1961-63." 238/4/54Back of photo: "Harry Schwarzweller BC coding office UK CHEM BLDG, 1962." 238/4/55Back of photo: "Coding data BC study J. Brown & coding crew, UK CHEM BLDG, 1962-63." 238/4/56Back of photo: "Coding office BC study CHEM BLDG UK, Harry S. and coder, 1962-63." 238/4/57Back of photo: "Jim Brown checking files, 1963." 238/4/58Back of photo: "BC coding office, Harry S., J.J. Mangalam, J. Brown, 1963." 238/4/59[Cornelia Morgan] on papers [1961-1963]. Back of photo: "Mrs. Cornelia Morgan B.C. Project Technical Assistant 1961-63." 238/4/60Back of photo: "Mrs. Cornelia Morgan, coding crew chief, B.C. study, 1962-63." 238/4/61Woman seated at desk sorting through papers [1961-1963]. Back of photo: "Mrs. Cornelia Morgan, technical assistant B.C. project, 1961-1963." 238/4/62Four women seated at different tables working on papers [1962]. Back of photo: "Coding B.C. data, 1962." 238/4/63Woman seated at table working on papers. Maps of Kentucky on wall behind her [1962]. Back of photo: "Coding B.C. data, 1962." 238/4/64Unidentified female [1962]. Back of photo: "One of our most reliable coders B.C. study, 1962." 238/4/65Unidentified woman seated at desk working on papers. Back of photo: "Coding B.C. data 1962." 238/4/66Unidentified woman seated at desk looking through papers [1962]. Back of photo: "Coding B.C. data, 1962." 238/4/67Woman filling out data sheet [1962]. Back of photo: "Coding B.C. data, 1962." 238/4/68Unidentified woman looking through papers [1962]. MISCELLANEOUSIncludes images of James S. Brown and other persons, conferences, and photographic postcards from eastern Kentucky, etc.James S. Brown and others, undated 239/1/69Original and copy. Outdoor group picture of James S. Brown and others as children [undated]Photos sent to Jim by Helen Baldwin, Waco, Texas, undated239/2/70Outdoor group photo of men, women and children, some with musical instruments. [James S. Brown] seated bottom right corner-first person on right in second row [undated]239/2/71Outdoor group photo of men, women and children, some with musical instruments [undated]. Back of photo: "Picture from Mrs. Helen Baldwin, Waco News-Tribune, Waco, Texas."Pakistan Delegation, 1956-1959 NOTE: See also Box 8, Folder 8-Box 9, Folder 4 for additional materials related to the Pakistan Delegation.239/3/72[James S. Brown] wearing turban standing between two unidentified men [delegates?], circa 1957. Back of photo: "A. Islam, East Pakistan."239/3/73[James S. Brown] wearing turban standing between two unidentified men [delegates?], circa 1957. 239/3/74[James S. Brown] second from left standing with three other men [delegates?], circa 1957. 239/3/75[James S. Brown] wearing turban riding [bus?], circa 1957.239/3/76Photo and one copy. Man entertaining as group watches [undated].239/3/77Photo and four copies. Two women and three men in kitchen [undated].239/3/78Photo and four copies. Group of men dancing in [living?] room [undated].239/3/79Photo and six copies. Group of six men inside smoking and reading. Two other pair of feet visible but persons unseen [undated]. 239/3/80Indoor group portrait of 21 men [James S. Brown back row second from right wearing turban, undated] Indonesian Delegation, 1959-1960NOTE: See also Box 8, Folder 7 for additional materials related to the Indonesian Delegation.239/4/81Photographic slide. [James S. Brown] on left seated with two women and a man with plates on laps. Eastern Kentucky Resource Development Project, circa 1960 NOTE: See also Box 130, Folder 17-Box 133, Folder 15 for additional materials related to this project.239/5/82Outdoor group photo in cleared area with forested background and low hills [1961]. Back of photo: "EKRDP project, 1961." Metaponto, Italy, 1961-1964 NOTE: See also Box 10, Folder 1-Box 11, Folder 2 for additional materials related to JSB's Fulbright grant in Italy.239/6/83Aerial photo showing fields and unidentified structures [1951]. Back of photo: "Aerial photograph taken in 1951 Metaponto. From: The social problems of change in the Mezzogioro (Study group on Rural Social Development, Naples and Metaponto, March-April 1965).239/6/84Aerial photo showing fields and unidentified structures [1964]. Back of photo: "Metaponto, 1964. From: The social problems of change in the Mezzogioro (Study group on Rural Social Development, Naples and Metaponto, March-April 1965). Conference on Migration and Behavioral Deviance, Puerto Rico, Nov. 4-8, 1968 NOTE: See also Box 14a, Folders 2-3 for additional materials related to this conference. 239/6a/84aJames S. Brown, Harry Schwarzweller, and others seated around table in discussion.239/6a/84bGroup of seven unidentified men seated at large table talking.239/6a/84cGroup of ten men and one woman around table in discussion.239/6a/84dColor photo. One woman and seven men seated around table smoking and drinking coffee.239/6a/84eColor photo. Five men seated around table taking notes.1997 Appalachian Studies Conference Banquet, March 14-17, 1997. Conference held at Drawbridge Estates, Ft. Thomas, Kentucky. James S. Brown received plaque for decades of work on and with Appalachian out-migrants. Color photos taken by Frank Winchester. 239/7/85[James S. Brown] on right conversing with two unidentified women. 239/7/86[James S. Brown] on right taking with Dwight Billings on left and others present in background. 239/7/87[David L Rouse] conversing with [James S. Brown] who had back to photographer. 239/7/88[James S. Brown] seated left bottom corner along with other attendees, [Dwight Billings] center standing with back to camera. 239/7/89[James S. Brown] with walker, with [Tom Wagoner] behind him, woman to right of him and [Michael Maloney] to far right. 239/7/90[Shawna Scott, University of Kentucky Sociology Department] behind podium. 239/7/91[Roberta Campbell] behind podium.239/7/92[Dwight Billings] on left with two women, one of whom is speaking at podium.239/7/93[Dwight Billings] at podium.239/7/94[Dwight Billings] on left and unidentified man at podium.239/7/95[Gurney Norman] behind podium. 239/7/96[Michael Maloney] speaking behind podium. 239/7/97Unidentified man behind podium. 239/7/98Man peaking at podium, another man and woman behind and to the side of podium watch. Audience is present. 239/7/99[Dwight Billings] in foreground with others at banquet. 239/7/100Men and women at banquet. 239/7/101Men and women engaged in conversation during banquet. 239/7/102Men and women seated at banquet. 239/7/103Two unidentified women seated on sofa with others in background. Faith Hill Mission Center, Lucky Fork, Kentucky, undated239/8/104Postcard with log [church] and two other buildings nestled among trees [undated]. Salyersville, Kentucky239/9/105Postcard depicting "Street Scene-Salyersville, KY. L-51" [undated] [Signs for J. Fred Reed Department Store, Carpenter Hotel and National Farm Loan association visible.]239/9/106Postcard depicting "Street Scene-Salyersville, KY. L-52" [undated] [Ashland products station visible to right, Magoffin county courthouse to left.] 239/9/107Postcard and duplicate depicting "Magoffin County Courthouse, Salyersville, KY. L-53." [undated] Photographic Rendering of Maps, undated 239/10/108Negative map of eastern Kentucky and print 239/10/109Negative map of eastern Kentucky 239/10/110Negative map of eastern Kentucky 239/10/111Negative map of eastern Kentucky, southwestern Ohio and far eastern Indiana and print 239/10/112Negative map of eastern Kentucky, southwestern Ohio and far eastern Indiana 239/10/113Negative map of eastern Kentucky, southwestern Ohio and far eastern Indiana 239/10/114Negative map of eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Michigan counties [undated] AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, 1978-1999 These materials include voice recordings of James S. Brown and others on audio cassette tapes and a video cassette recording of the ceremony during which James S. Brown received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Berea College. Materials are arranged in chronological order. 2401 Audio recording of James S. Brown and his Aunt Margaret [1978]. Container label: "James S. Brown and his Aunt Margaret, approximately 30 minutes each side, taped 1978." 2402 Audio recording of [awards ceremony and acceptance speech at Berea College where James S. Brown received the Distinguished Alumnus Award, November 6, 1979] Container label: "Alumni Assoc. Banquet."NOTE: Related materials can be found in Box 1, Folder 8 of the Biographical materials.2403 Audio recording of Jim Brown. Container label: "Jim Brown, Wolf Branch, Newfound, 7/15/83." 2404 [Video cassette recording of James S. Brown Memorial Service November 27, 1999]. Container label: "Memorial Service for James S. Brown, November 27, 1999." James S. Brown papers, 1917-2005