Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Burnside, Ben
Flynn, John
Hufford, Mary
Dates 1994
Location Rock Creek
West Virginia
Language English
Subjects Bear Den Hollow (W. Va.)
Bee Comb Hollow (W. Va.)
Big Lick Hollow (W. Va.)
Calf Hollow (W. Va.)
Canterbury Hollow (W. Va.)
Chestnut Log Hollow (W. Va.)
Coon Hollow (W. Va.)
Cow Hollow (W. Va.)
Crabtree Hollow (W. Va.)
Ethnography
Falling Rock Hollow (W. Va.)
Flat Hollow (W. Va.)
Hollow Field (W. Va.)
Hollow, Jess
Interviews
Lefthand (Buffalo) Fork
Low Gap Hollow (W. Va.)
Lower Big Hollow (Shumate's Branch, W. Va.)
Massey Cemetery (W. Va.)
Matt's Hollow (W. Va.)
Paw Paw Hollow (W. Va.)
Pen Knife Hollow (W. Va.)
Place Names
Rock Creek
Salt Log Hollow
Schoolhouse Hollow
Shumake Hollow
Stockingleg Hollow
Sugar Camp Hollow (Shumate's Branch, W. Va.)
Sycamore Hollow
Upper Briar Hollow
Willie Accord Hollow
Wolf Hollow
Title
Names of hollows on Left Hand Fork of Rock Creek.
Contributor Names
Burnside, Ben (Interviewee)
Hufford, Mary, 1952- (Interviewer)
Flynn, John (Interviewer)
Created / Published
May 21, 1994
Subject Headings
-  Lefthand (Buffalo) Fork
-  Flat Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Place names
-  Bear Den Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Bee Comb Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Big Lick Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Calf Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Canterbury Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Chestnut Log Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Coon Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Cow Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Crabtree Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Falling Rock Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Hollow Field (W. Va.)
-  Hollow, Jess
-  Low Gap Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Lower Big Hollow (Shumate's Branch, W. Va.)
-  Massey Cemetery (W. Va.)
-  Matt's Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Paw Paw Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Pen Knife Hollow (W. Va.)
-  Rock Creek
-  Salt Log Hollow
-  Schoolhouse Hollow
-  Stockingleg Hollow
-  Sugar Camp Hollow (Shumate's Branch, W. Va.)
-  Sycamore Hollow
-  Upper Briar Hollow
-  Willie Accord Hollow
-  Wolf Hollow
-  Shumake Hollow
-  Ethnography
-  Interviews
-  West Virginia -- Rock Creek
Genre
Ethnography
Interviews
Call Number
AFC 1999/008: CRF-MH-A002
Source Collection
Coal River Folklife Collection (AFC 1999/008)
Repository
American Folklife Center
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afccmns.002001


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