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Manuscript/Mixed Material "A Brief Introduction to Hazy"

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  • "A Brief Introduction to Hazy"


  • -  Logging
  • -  Andy Daniels rock
  • -  Bailey Mountain (W. Va.)
  • -  Belcher, Ernest
  • -  Big Coal Development Company
  • -  Board Tree Hollow (W. Va.)
  • -  Bowman Lumber Company
  • -  Bradley Mountain (W. Va.)
  • -  Bradley, Elijah
  • -  Bradley, Marinda
  • -  Charlie Rock (Hazy Creek, W. Va.)
  • -  Community development
  • -  Fall Rock Hollow (W. Va.)
  • -  Hazy Creek (W. Va.)
  • -  Hurricane Hollow (W. Va.)
  • -  Jones, Quince
  • -  Krebs, C .E
  • -  Ladies slippers (Cypripedium reginae)
  • -  Lining bees
  • -  Logging camps
  • -  Mountain Perry Jarrell
  • -  Peters, John
  • -  Pettry Graveyard
  • -  Pettry, Celia
  • -  Pettry, Jacob
  • -  Pettry, King
  • -  Poplar Flats
  • -  Raleigh-Wyoming Coal Company
  • -  Road Hollow (Hazy Creek, W. Va.)
  • -  Rorrer, Johnny
  • -  Rowland Land Company
  • -  Scrip
  • -  Swimming holes
  • -  Tanning Trough
  • -  Three Forks of Hazy
  • -  Webb, George
  • -  Webb, Mindy
  • -  Wills, Joseph
  • -  Manuscripts
  • -  Ethnography


  • Manuscripts
  • Ethnography


  • -  Richard A. Bradford, of Edwight, wrote this history of Hazy Creek in support of an effort by the Coal River Mountain Watch to nominate Hazy Creek to state and national historic registers as a Traditional Cultural Property.
  • -  Used with the permission of Richard Bradford.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • AFC 1999/008: ms0009

Source Collection

  • Coal River Folklife Collection (AFC 1999/008)


  • American Folklife Center

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Credit line

Coal River Folklife Project collection (AFC 1999/008), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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