Austin, Eunice. “H-0316.” Interview by Jacquelyn Dowd Hall. University of North Carolina Oral
Histories of the American South. August 18, 1979. Accessed January 29, 2014.
This interview taught me about the blacklisting of several workers after their open participation in the
strike. The interviewee was a striking rayon girl in 1929. She saw first-hand how the Bemberg and
Glanzstoff plant managers blacklisted some of the women following the strike settlement.
Brothers, Roe, writer. Bristol Tennessee Blues. Hill Billies. Recorded 1925. Vocalion, MP3.
This song helped me to provide a uniquely East Tennessee viewpoint within my documentary.
Clark, J. Michael. “The Agrarian Male: Economic and Ecological Challenges in the New Century.”
Lecture, American Men’s Study Association Annual Meeting, Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, TN, 2005.
This journal article addresses the current struggles farmers in Appalachia and across the American
South face and the ongoing nature of these struggles since the fall of the Old South’s plantation
Bates, Dais. The Long Shadow of Little Rock. New York: David McKay Co. Inc., 1962
Daisy Bates was the president of the Arkansas NAACP and the one who met and listened to the stu-
dents each day. This firsthand account was very important to my paper because it made me more aware
of the feelings of people involved.
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