· Johnson, L. F. Famous Kentucky Tragedies and T rials. Louisville, Baldwin
· Law Book Company, 1916. 336 p. The "headlines" of the past. The Sharp-
· Beauchamp case described in this volume is probably the most unusual in
¤ Kentucky annals. -
1 Mutzenberg, C. G. Kentucky’s Famous Feuds and Tragedies. New York, R. F.
_ Fenno & Company, 1917. 333 p. One of the best accounts of the mountain
’ feuds.
' Rothert, O. A. The Outlaws of Cave—in-Rock. Cleveland, A. H. Clark Com-
pany, 1924. 364 p. illus., bibliog., index. Accounts of the famous highway-
5 men and river pirates who operated in pioneer days.
5 Gardner, C. Clever Country. Chicago, F. H. Revell Company, 1931. 159 p.
illus., maps. Entertainingly written account of the Frontier Nursing Service
and of the mountain people it serves.
SZ Kentucky Department of Health. Annual Report Cooperative County Health
5» Work in Kentucky: 1936. Louisville. 29 p. maps, diagrs., graphs, charts,
tables. (Bulletin, v. 10, no. 1; August, 1937.)
*> Odum, H. W. Southern Regions of the United States. Chapel Hill, Univer-
F sity of North Carolina Press, 1936. 664 p. maps, charts, tables, bibliog.,
S index. An important source of social, economic and cultural information on
Kentucky, as well as on the South as a whole.
H Poole, Ernest. Nurses on Horseback. New York, Macmillan Company, 1932. _
lt 168 p. illus. This story of the Frontier Nursing Service is full of human V
’f interest. _
Thomas, W. R. Life Among the Hills and Mountains of Kentucky. Louisville,
tv Standard Printing Company, 1926. 414 p. illus., tables, bibliog. Historical,
l' social, and economic surveys of each of the 38 mountain counties, and a
, general picture of cultural conditions in the mountains of eastern Kentucky.
7 Hasse, A. R. An Index to Economic Materials in Printed Documents of the
State of Kentucky: 1792-1904. Washington, Carnegie Institution of Wash-
f€ ington, 1910. 452 p. A tabulation and chronology of Kentucky documents.
Jillson, W. R. Oil and Gas in Western Kentucky. Frankfort, 1930. 632 p. illus.,
maps, diagrs., bibliog., index. (Kentucky Geological Survey. Geologic Re-
· ports. Ser. 6, v. 39.) Short introductory essay, followed by detailed accounts
_ of drilling and production in 23 counties of this region.
¤‘ Kentucky Bureau of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics. Kentucky Resources
LC, and Industries. Frankfort, 1929. 389 p. illus., maps, tables, charts. (Bulletin
34.) Although not up-to-date statistically, this is a good source of infor-
¤‘ mation, as well as an industrial directory of each of the 120 counties in
the State.