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Fri Mar 21 17:03:39 2014 UTCviaf-1042456620.00The Original Carter Family0.231.00Papers, 1835-1884 (bulk 1835-1849)1042456622123849lccn-n79021791Carter, Jimmy1924-lccn-n96112829Carter, Mae Bertha1923-ivelccn-n95053346Curry, Constance1933-pronp-stroud, kandyStroud, Kandylccn-no2002083764Fithian, Philip Vickers1747-1776lccn-n80138153Rappaport, Doreenlccn-n2003052647James, Curtis1966-illlccn-n83021410Seeger, Peggy1935-lccn-n83046961New Lost City Ramblerslccn-nr89010408Peter, Paul, and Mary (Musical group)Carter familyHistoryBiographyBibliographyRecords and correspondenceGenealogyDiariesSourcesPersonal narrativesMusicDeedsCarter familyUnited StatesCarter, Jimmy,PresidentsManners and customsGeorgia--PlainsCountry lifeFarmersGeorgia--Plains RegionRural conditionsSchool integrationVirginiaRace relationsCarter, Mae Bertha,Presidents--ElectionAfrican AmericansMississippi--Sunflower CountyGeorgiaAfrican Americans--EducationFolk musicLomax familyWatson, DocGuthrie, ArloHerald, JohnMcGuinn, RogerReynolds, MalvinaRitchie, JeanSeeger, Peggy,Dylan, Bob,Baez, JoanCarter, Maybelle,Grisman, DavidScruggs, EarlSeeger, Mike,Seeger, Pete,Odetta,New Lost City RamblersLightfoot, GordonTraum, HappyPeter, Paul, and Mary (Musical group)Yellin, BobHavens, RichieVan Ronk, DaveGuthrie, Woody,Paxton, Tom,Kingston TrioMonroe, Bill,Cotten, ElizabethFolk musiciansLegislators17321761178517921853185518651866187718801881188218831884188518871888188918901894189618971898189919001905190619071908190919111912191319141915191819221926192719281929193019321933193419351936193719391940194119421943194519471948195019511952195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220131715810831354973.926092E873631ocn000599049book19670.88Hoffman, Paul PGuide to the microfilm edition of the Carter family papers, 1659-1797, in the Sabine Hall collectionBibliography32ocn500657663score1980CarterThe Original Carter Family+-+K63855981521ocn028422408mix1.00Pering familyRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence (1852-1853) of Alfred H. Pering with his fianceĢe, Eda Carter, written while he was teaching in Salem, Ind., as well as his letters to her written while travelling to Louisville, Ky., Philadelphia, Pa., and Atlantic City, N.J.; other family and personal letters including transcripts of letters (1833) written by Pering's father, Cornelius Pering, in Bloomington, to family members in England; land records (1821-ca. 1900) of the Pering and Carter families in Monroe and Washington counties, Ind.; and newspaper clippings (1829-1920)21ocn780158166rcrd20010.10Cline, PatsyOh happy day! : classic gospels & spirituals21ocn213328067rcrd20080.47Carter FamilyThe Carter Family: The Acme Sessions 1952-5621ocn780163306rcrd20090.10Cash, JohnnyJohnny Cash and the music that inspired "Walk the line"21ocn029793894mix1.00Carter, Solon AGenealogyScrapbook, genealogical materials, household inventory, and other personal papers of Carter; together with Thanksgiving records and other papers (1841-1884) of the James and Betsey Carter family, of Leominster, Mass21ocn150269278rcrd20040.19Carter Family (Musical group)Keep on the sunny side a Proper Records introduction to the Carter Family21ocn150270578rcrd20050.10Carter FamilyThe Best of the Carter Family21ocn150217452rcrd20060.10Carter FamilyCountry Music Legends: Carter Family11ocn070938173mix1.00Carter familyGenealogyCorrespondence, genealogical materials, photographs, and clippings, of Augustin Carter, his wife, Ida Hooper Carter, and other family members11ocn033851584mix0.47Jones-Cadbury family papersHistoryDiariesRecords and correspondenceProminent within the collection are the correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc. (24 boxes, 1882-1965) of Emma Cadbury Jr., much of which documents her work, 1924-1938, at AFSC's Vienna Friends Center. Papers (25 boxes, 1916-1994), of Mary Hoxie Jones (1904- ) include letters and drafts of published and unpublished speeches, talks, essays, articles, poetry, chapters and books, also letters of Mary Champney (d. 1950) and Elizabeth Gray Vining to Jones. Includes Joel Cadbury Jr. letters, 1854-1923 and Anna K. Cadbury letters, diaries, 1855-1923, also their joint diary, 1872-1888, of family life; Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923) letters, notebooks, 1851-1923; Henry Joel Cadbury letters, scrapbooks, 1888-1974; Elizabeth B. Jones letters, diaries, 1883-1952; Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873) letters, journals, 1827-1873; Eleanor H. Pearsall (1819-1885) letters, 1830-1884; Ann Warder letters, diary transcripts, 1786-1825; also papers of Benjamin Cadbury, Caroline Warder Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury (1912-1989), John Warder and many others11ocn024424532mixBennett-Carter familyPapersHistoryFamily correspondence between members of the Bennett, Carter, Fouche, Wright and other families11ocn026199949mixBarnett familyPapersHistoryThe bulk of this collection consists of Mrs. Barnett's genealogical research11ocn050436420mix0.47Carter FamilyPapersHistoryPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives AmericanPersonal collection centered on the families of Lena B. Rees and James L. Carter, their ancestors, and children. Contains extensive genealogical material, photographs, and some correspondence, including a few letters written by Rees family members in the 72nd O.V.I. during the Civil War and an extensive series by Robert A. Carter while in training for submarine service during World War II11ocn751406896rcrd20010.13Carter, JimmyAn hour before daylight memories of a rural boyhoodHistoryBiographyIn an American story of enduring importance, Jimmy Carter re-creates his Depression-era boyhood on a Georgia farm, before the civil rights movement that changed it and the country. In what is sure to become a classic, the bestselling author of Living Faith and Sources of Strength writes about the powerful rhythms of countryside and community in a sharecropping economy. Along the way, he offers an unforgettable portrait of his father, a brilliant farmer and strict segregationist who treated black workers with his own brand of "separate" respect and fairness, and his strong-willed and well-read mother, a nurse who cared for all in need -- regardless of their position in the community. Carter describes the five other people who shaped his early life, only two of them white: his eccentric relatives who sometimes caused the boy to examine his heritage with dismay; the boyhood friends with whom he hunted with slingshots and boomerangs and worked the farm, but who could not attend the same school; and the eminent black bishop who refused to come to the Carters' back door but who would stand near his Cadillac in the front yard discussing crops and politics with Jimmy's father. Carter's clean and eloquent prose evokes a time when the cycles of life were predictable and simple and the rules were heartbreaking and complex. In his singular voice and with a novelist's gift for detail, Jimmy Carter creates a sensitive portrait of an era that shaped the nation. An Hour Before Daylight is destined to stand with other timeless works of American literature11ocn122623172mix1.00Carter familyBiographiesHistoryBiographySourcesTypewritten biographies and an autobiography. The items relate incidents in the lives of various family members. The autobiography is by Tamma Durfee Miner who writes about her conversion to the Mormon Church; experiences as a Mormon in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois; migration to Utah; and settling in Springville, Utah11ocn792892630rcrd2012Carter FamilyCan The Circle Be Unbroken? Country Music11ocn728179767book1.00Carter familyCarter family deedsDeedsDeeds for land in Litchfield and Torrington, Conn., relating to the Carter family11ocn070945114book1.00Santini familyDiariesDiaries, publications, photos, and other items, of or relating to Adolphus Santini, a pioneer, daily life on the island, Munson and Carter families, and Miami, Fla417911ocn045080101book20010.19Carter, JimmyAn hour before daylight : memories of a rural boyhoodHistoryBiographyThe former president offers an account of growing up on a Georgia farm during the Depression and provides profiles of the people who shaped his life+-+184667892512733ocn002798836book19770.25Stroud, KandyHow Jimmy won : the victory campaign from Plains to the White HouseBiographyDiscusses Jimmy Carter's campaign for the Presidency as it was planned and conducted by Carter, his family, and his staff of political neophytes11185ocn032665587book19950.27Curry, ConstanceSilver rightsHistoryBiographyIn 1965 the Carter family sent seven of their children to integrate the schools of Sunflower County, Mississippi, where the school board offered a "freedom of choice" policy+-+2045760106105615ocn047656948rcrd20010.13Carter, JimmyAn hour before daylight memories of a rural boyhoodHistoryBiographyJimmy Carter re-creates his Depression-era boyhood on a Georgia farm, before the civil rights movement that changed it and the country. Carter's clean and eloquent prose evokes a time when the cycles of life were predictable and simple, and the rules were heartbreaking and complex. In his singular voice and with a novelist's gift for detail, Jimmy Carter creates a sensitive portrait of an era that shaped the nation+-+625360892577711ocn005847894book19430.50Fithian, Philip VickersJournal & letters of Philip Vickers Fithian, 1773-1774: a plantation tutor of the Old DominionHistoryDiariesRecords and correspondence+-+94255486357611ocn054206889book20050.01Rappaport, DoreenThe school is not white! : a true story of the civil rights movementJuvenile worksThe Carter family struggles to integrate an all-white school in Drew, Mississippi, in 1965+-+23836313256561ocn013637881book19860.22Artists of American folk music : the legends of traditional folk, the stars of the sixties, the virtuosi of new acoustic musicCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDictionaries"Except for original pieces about Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul and Mary, the articles compiled here about folk, bluegrass and new acoustic musicians first appeared in Guitar Player and Frets magazines. Most pieces have been updated; they profile the artists' backgrounds, careers and contributions to their musical forms. (The articles on Odetta, Pete Seeger, Bill Monroe and Richie Havens include interviews with the musicians.) Subjects represent different eras of modern folk music: from the early days (Woody Guthrie and Malvina Reynolds) to the height of popularity 25 years ago (the Kingston Trio, Joan Baez and Arlo Guthrie) to new acoustic artists (David Grisman and Tony Trischka). Also of note: an article about the Lomax family, the archivists who have made extensive recordings of folk music that might otherwise have been lost. Although this book gives the novice a general background, it adds little new information."-- Publishers Weekly6342ocn003770823book19780.23Carter, Hugh ACousin Beedie and Cousin Hot : my life with the Carter family of Plains, GeorgiaBiographyHow could Carter come from nowhere to become President of the United States? Hugh Carter - the only man who really knows - finally answers that nagging question with a story well worth telling4324ocn016225775book19880.17Carter, Mary RandolphAmerican family styleBiographyThe author illustrates her family's life in the country, including tips on decorating, cooking, gardening and entertaining3392ocn003275166book19770.21Carter, LillianMiss Lillian and friends : the Plains, Georgia, family philosophy and recipe book, as told to Beth Tartan and Rudy HayesBiography3202ocn003559825book19770.21Hyatt, RichardThe Carters of PlainsBiography2095ocn052364254visu20020.73The intolerable burdenFilm adaptationsDocumentary film of how Mae Bertha and Matthew Carter enrolled the youngest eight of their thirteen children in the public schools of Drew, Mississippi in 1965, which were all white. The Drew school board had initiated a "freedom of choice" plan to bring the district in compliance with the 1964 Civil Rights Act, but Blacks were not expected to choose all white schools2082ocn003156982book19770.20Neyland, JamesThe Carter family scrapbook : an intimate close-up of America's First FamilyBiography1841ocn002459917book19760.18Pecquet du Bellet, LouiseSome prominent Virginia familiesHistoryGenealogy1591ocn028063204book19930.06Sandak, Cass RThe CartersJuvenile worksBiographyPresents the life of Jimmy Carter and his family, with emphasis on his years as president+-+77011314353241192ocn004953540book19790.39Currer-Briggs, NoelThe Carters of Virginia : their English ancestryGenealogy1112ocn003543639book19770.27Coren, AlanThe peanut papers in which Miz Lillian writesHumor1081ocn000397836book19600.81Bonham-Carter, VictorIn a liberal tradition10710ocn002341673book19120.25Miller, Joseph LyonThe descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter of "Barford", Lancaster County, Virginia : with genealogical notes of many of the allied familiesGenealogy1042ocn001834471book19370.47Carter, John FranklinThe rectory familyThe author's early life in a Massachusetts college town in the early 1900's+-+K638559815+-+K638559815Fri Mar 21 15:29:35 EDT 2014batch43734