Language and Medicine in the Appalachian South Interviews
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 500-AppMs 543
This collection consists of recorded interviews, interview transcripts, interview summaries, and interview description sheets for the Language and Medicine in the Appalachian South project conducted by East Tennessee State University professor Anthony Cavender in 1989. Interviews were conducted by ETSU students and ETSU faculty and staff, including Center for Appalachian Studies and Services staff. The data from this survey were compiled in the 1990 publication "A Folk Medical Lexicon of South Central Appalachia."
- Cavender, Anthony P. (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is restricted to use by the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services and the ETSU Institutional Review Board.
6.45 linear feet
3.95 cubic feet in 5 cassette boxes and 6 legal-size document boxes other_unmapped
3.45 linear feet
3.00 linear feet
Interviews are arranged by cassette number. A complete list can be made available to qualified individuals as described in the restrictions.
Method of Acquisition
Donated by Anthony Cavender in June 1999, accession number 1999-047.