African banjo echoes in Appalachia : a study of folk traditions / Cecelia Conway.
"Throughout the Upland South, the banjo has become an emblem of white mountain folk, who are generally credited with creating the short-thumb-string banjo, developing its downstroking playing styles and repertory, and spreading its influence to the national consciousness. In this groundbreaking...
University of Tennessee Press,
|Series:||Publications of the American Folklore Society. New series (Unnumbered)
|Holy Cross Note:||"4th printing, 2012" -- Title page verso.|
ML 3556 .C75 1995