Online access to this book is restricted to the University of Kentucky community.
Download Full Text (3.0 MB)
Appalachian women have been the subject of song, story, and report for nearly two centuries. Now for the first time a fully annotated bibliography makes accessible this large body of literature. Works covered include novels, short stories, magazine articles, manuscripts, dissertations, surveys, and oral history tapes—altogether over 1,200 items.
The annotated listings are grouped under broad subject headings, including biography, coal mining, education, fiction, health care, industry, migrants, music, poetry, and religion. An author/title/subject index provides easy access to the listings.
Sidney Saylor Farr received the Weatherford- Hammond Prize in Appalachian Literature in 1976. She worked as an archivist at the Hutchins Library of Berea College and served as editor of Mountain Life & Work,
The University Press of Kentucky
Place of Publication
Appalachia, Appalachian women
Farr, Sidney Saylor, "Appalachian Women: An Annotated Bibliography" (1981). Appalachian Studies. 11.