Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 25: STUDIES SURVEYS REPORTS
To Sources Internal and External
TAGS: internal surveys, external studies, consultants, evaluation documents, case studies, health surveys, Harlan County reports, PMSS future, Guidance Institute reports, Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants, school surveys, Glyn Morris studies and recommendations, U.S. government publications, responses to studies
STUDIES, SURVEYS, REPORTS Guide
The following is a guide to internal and external case studies, reports, surveys, consultant documents, and the like that are found in the Pine Mountain Settlement School Collection. Bold/blue titles in this list are linked to pages that display images of the reports, bibliographic citation, or additional information. Unbold/blue indicates links to the consultants’ biographies.
STUDIES SURVEYS REPORTS Guide to Sources
Barrett, H.E. “Excerpts from Preliminary Survey of County Planning Problems Harlan Co., KY,” 1936. A sociological survey of Harlan County planning problems in the rapidly growing Kentucky coal town in 1936, commissioned by Berea College.
Bishop, Birdena. Survey of Communities Surrounding PMSS 1934 -1942. [Maps, families, schools]
BOARD OF TRUSTEES STUDIES (By Year; See BOT)
Pine Mountain Settlement School Staff. Considering Pine Mountain Settlement School’s Future. A series of documents was produced by PMSS staff at the recommendation of the Board of Trustees. Pine Mountain, Ky., 1960. Archival material.
Boyd, Tom. A Status Survey of The Pine Mountain Settlement School Service Area Population. Berea College Department of Sociology. Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 11. March 1985. Archival material.
Boyd, Tom. Appalachian Institutions, Appalachian Culture: A Case for Distinctiveness? A paper presented as part of the panel discussion THE PEOPLE OF APPALACHIA: CLASS OR CULTURE. 1981 Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society.
JAMES A. CAWOOD
FU LIANG CHANG
Chang, Fu Liang (aka Fuliang Zhang). Whither Pine Mountain? Fu Liang Chang Survey of PMSS 1951. Commissioned by Berea College, Berea, Ky., 1951. Internet resource.
Deaton, John. Response to Harry Robie article, “Resolved: That on Balance the Settlement Schools Were Harmful to the Culture of the Southern Mountains.” Appalachian Heritage 19.1 (1991): 6 – 10.
Drake, Charles. Migration Myths. The Council of the Southern Mountains, Inc., Berea, Ky. November 1960. Archival material.
Giffin, Dr. Roscoe. Giffin Study. Commissioned by Berea College, Berea, Ky., 1950. Archival material.
Giffin, Dr. Roscoe. “When Families Move … From Cinder Hollow to Cincinnati.” Reprinted from Mountain Life and Work, 1956. Internet resource.
Gray, Debbie. The “Fotched-on Women” from the Seven Sisters’ Colleges: A slide and tape presentation designed for use by alumnae chapters of the Seven Sisters Colleges. Part of work for a Master’s Degree, 1980-1983. Archival material.
GUIDANCE INSTITUTE REPORTS
ORIE LATHEM HATCHER
L. RICHARD HUDSON
Hudson, L. Richard. REPORT OF A WORKSHOP ON URBAN ADJUSTMENT OF SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MIGRANTS 1961. Archival Material
Hudson, L. Richard. “Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants.” 1961 Pastor of the Forest Park Christian Church, Cincinnati where he ministered to Appalachian migrants in the city. This report was presented at the 1961 conference on Urban Adjustment of Southern Appalachian Migrants sponsored by the Council of Southern Mountains, Inc., Berea College, KY His attendance was sponsored jointly by the Ohio Society and the Department of Church Development and the United Christian Missionary Society.
IVA MILLER, M.D.
Miller, Iva M. M.D. 1932 HEALTH SURVEY OF HARLAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, IVA M. MILLER, M.D. was representative of the International Save the Children Fund of America, Inc.***
Have you ever wondered what health care looked like during the Great Depression in Harlan County, KY? This 1932 Health Survey of Harlan County, Kentucky contains rich comparative data and information about health in Eastern Kentucky.
GLYN MORRIS STUDIES (Internal and External)
Morris, Glyn. Study & Recommendations:
WALTER P. OLDENDORF
Oldendorf, Walter P. Pine Mountain Boarding High School: A Unique Educational Community, 1930-1949. Berea College, Berea, KY. National Council for the Social Studies College and University Faculty Assembly, November 1981. Archival material.
Oldendorf, Walter P. Community Based Education at Pine Mountain School, September 1981. A Mellon Foundation Appalachian Study Project. Faculty Lecture, Rogers Auditorium, September 1981. Archival material.
E. RUSSELL PORTER
Porter, E. Russell. When Cultures Meet. National Agricultural Library. U.S. Government Publication. Internet resource. IN PROGRESS
Robie, Harry. “Resolved: That on Balance the Settlement Schools Were Harmful to the Culture of the Southern Mountains.” Appalachian Heritage 19.1 (1991): 6 – 10.
JANE BISHOP HOBGOOD
Hobgood, Jane Bishop. Response to Harry Robie 1991, “Resolved: That on Balance the Settlement Schools Were Harmful to the Culture of the Southern Mountains.” [Appalachian Heritage 19.1 (1991): 6 – 10.
RURAL YOUTH GUIDANCE INSTITUTES
Stokely, Jim. To Make a Life: Settlement Institutions of Appalachia. Berea, Ky: Settlement Institutions of Appalachia, 1977. Archival material.
Taylor, Paul F. The Coal Mine War in Harlan County, Kentucky, 1931-33. Thesis. Graduate School, University of Kentucky, 1955. Archival material.
Rural Life Council, Tuskegee Institute. 1955 Health Care Services and Facilities in the Southern Appalachian Region
Wear, Dr. Pat W. Pine Mountain Settlement School Survey Report, April 22, 1960. Undertaken by Dr. Wear at the suggestion of the PMSS Board of Trustees, 1951. Internet resource.
ALBERT G. WEIDLER
Weidler, Albert G. “Berea’s Program in the Light of Basic Economic Trends and Needs of the Berea Territory.” An economic study by a Berea faculty member, 1940.