Pine Mountain Settlement School
Series 28: BOOKS
Series 40: BIBLIOGRAPHY
TAGS: bibliographies guide, bibliography, Pine Mountain Settlement School, Harlan County Kentucky, music, education, biographies, botanical collections, settlement schools, Southern Appalachians, environmental education, land use, web resources
The Bibliographies Guide provides links to bibliographies on pages within the Pine Mountain Settlement School Collections website. See particularly the Bibliography Harlan County Kentucky for information on the county in which Pine Mountain is situated.
Entries also include referrals to online bibliographies that are related to the Pine Mountain Settlement School Collections such as Joshua Wilkey’s blog “Appalachia Reading List 20” in This Appalachia Life. (See link to BIBLIOGRAPHY WEB RESOURCES below – in progress.)
Many of the BIOGRAPHIES included in the Pine Mountain Settlement School Collections website have a bibliography that guides the user to additional sources of information. The BIBLIOGRAPHY for each BIOGRAPHY is located at the end of the biography.
Individual bibliographies sometimes duplicate entries found in other resources.
For a discussion of the use of bibliographic principles, including standardization and a description of the the formatting used by PMSS Collections, go to: BIBLIOGRAPHY.
GUIDE TO BIBLIOGRAPHIES BY SUBJECT to explore a bibliography on a particular topic (in progress)
BIBLIOGRAPHY WEB RESOURCES for resources of interest to researchers. (in progress)
BIBLIOGRAPHY (Discusses bibliographic principles, standardization, formatting, essentializing, content management.)
BIBLIOGRAPHIES Guide: Sheep, Weaving
OUTSIDE RESOURCES for Sheep, Weaving
Clark, Thomas D. Agrarian Kentucky. University of Kentucky Press, 1977. (Kentucky Bicentennial Bookshelf).
Eaton, Allen H, and Lucinda Crile. Rural Handicrafts in the United States. Washington: U.S. Govt. printing Office, 1946. [Mentioned in “MARGARET MOTTER TALK: Colonial Coverlet Guild.“]
EARTH GUILD, Asheville, NC. “Earth Guild provides the tools and materials for serious craft work, and the information necessary to put those tools to work.” (Contact Earth Guild for marketing naturally dyed wool and handcrafted wool products). https://www.earthguild.com/
Hall, Eliza Calvert (Lida Obenchain). A Book of Handwoven Coverlets, 1931. “Lida” Eliza Caroline was a suffragist, women’s rights advocate, author, and weaving enthusiast from Bowling Green, Kentucky.
HATHI TRUST DIGITAL LIBRARY Search “Kentucky Sheep” (659,070 full-text results)
HATHI TRUST DIGITAL LIBRARY Search Results for “Pine Mountain Settlement School weaving”
Heard, Marian G. Craft Education Project Questionnaire: Wilmer S. Viner, Vegetable Dyer and Weaver. Southern Highland Craft Guild, n.d. Internet resource.
Spence, Carol Lea. “No Business Like Sheep Business” – The MAGazine, UK College of Agriculture, Summer 2013. “Kentucky sheep producers are tapping into a rich history. Stone Age humans domesticated sheep 10,000 years ago in Asia Minor—the first farm animals on record. They were easy to handle, and they produced meat, milk, fiber, and shelter.“
Viner, Helen W. S. Katherine Pettit Book of Vegetable Dyes. John C. Campbell Folk School, n.d.
Viner, Helen W. S. Woven Cloth Sample Notebook. Southern Highland Craft Guild, n.d.
Viner, Helen W. S. Woven Hanging with Floral Centerpiece. Southern Highland Craft Guild, n.d.
Viner, Helen W. S. Woven Throw. Southern Highland Craft Guild, n.d
The Woolery Frankfort, Kentucky. One of the world’s largest online selection of equipment & supplies for the fiber artist. [currently limited hours]
Kentucky Sheep Producers Association (SEKSPA)
PMSS COLLECTIONS RESOURCES for Sheep, Weaving
SCRAPBOOK Before 1929 Guide, page 27 – The Club Woman, Kentucky Federation of Women’s Clubs, Vol. 6, No. 6, 1925, includes articles on: “Berea Weaving,” “Fireside Industries.”
BIBLIOGRAPHIES Web Resources
BIBLIOGRAPHIES Related to PMSS by Subject GUIDE
BOOKS and BOOK COLLECTIONS AT PMSS
The BOOK AND BOOK COLLECTIONS GUIDE is a list of links to PMSS collections of music and dance books, and individual and family book donations.
The book and periodical collections at Pine Mountain Settlement School are many and varied. They represent the items carried forward from the boarding school years, items purchased for the Library that served the Community School, and assorted special collections of books that represent areas of interest such as Dance, Music, the E.J.Carr Collections, books belonging to Katherine Pettit, the de Long Family and other specific donations of books.
See PUBLICATIONS PMSS for a full list of Books and Periodicals created by Pine Mountain Settlement School.
BOOK GIFT COLLECTIONS
BOOKS: Full Text
BOOK COLLECTIONS at PMSS
BIBLIOGRAPHY Music and Dance Collections [In Process]
BOOKS Collections (A list of links to the very large & diverse holdings of books at PMSS).
GENERAL COLLECTIONS, RARE AND SPECIAL BOOKS [Inventory in process of Annex Room]
WEAVING BOOKS COLLECTION [In Process]
APPALACHIAN HERITAGE (See File)
MOUNTAIN LIFE & WORK (See Vertical File)
FRONTIER NURSING SERVICE [FNS] BULLETIN (See Vertical File)