Tuesday, June 6, 2006

Melungeon Ethnogenesis - Bibliography, Part I


Albers, Patricia C. (1996), “Changing Patterns of Ethnicity in the Northeastern Plains, 1780-1870”, in Jonathon D. Hill (Ed.), History, Power and Identity, Iowa City:             Iowa University Press, 90-118

Askegaard, Soren, Eric J. Arnould and Dannie Kjelgaard (2005), “Post Assimilationist             Ethnic Consumer Research: Qualificans and Extensions”, Journal of Consumer             Research, 32, June, 160-170.

Aswell, James, 1937, “Lost Tribes of The Tennessee Mountains”, Nashville Banner,             August 22.

Babb, Valerie (1998), Whiteness Visible: The Meaning of Whiteness in American             Literature and Culture, New York: New York University Press.

Ball, Bonnie Sage, 1969, revised 1992, Melungeons: Their Origin and Kin,             Overmountain Press, Johnson City, Tennessee.

Barth, Fredrick (1969), Ethnic groups and boundaries: The social organization of cultural             differences, Boston: Little, Brown.

Bauer, Raymond and Scott Cunningham.  1970.  “The negro market”.  Journal of               Advertising Research 10 (2): 3-15.

Beale,Calvin. 1957. "American Triracial Isolates, Their Status and Pertinence to Genetic             Research." Eugenics Quarterly 4(4):187-196.

Beale, Calvin. 1972. "An Overview of the Phenomenon of Mixed Race Isolates in the             United States." American Anthropologist 74:704-710.

Bell, Allison, (2005), “White Ethnogenesis and Gradual Capitalism: Persectives from             Colonial Archaeological Sites in the Chesapeake”, American Anthropologist, Vol.      107, #3, 446-460.

Berry, Brewton. 1963. Almost White. Macmillan, New York.

Berry, Brewton. 1960. "The Mestizos of South Carolina." American Journal of Sociology             51(1):34-41. 

Berry, Brewton. 1972. "America's Mestizos." In Blending of Races: Marginality and             Identity in World Perspective, edited by Noel Gist and Anthony Dworkin. Wiley, New York.

Berry, John.  “Acculturation as varieties of adaptation.”  In A. M. Padilla (ed.),             Acculturation: Theory, Models, and Some New Findings, 9-25.  Boulder, CO:             Westview, 1980.

Bible, Jean Patterson. 1975. Melungeons Yesterday and Today. East Tennessee Printing             Company, Rogersville, Tennessee.

Bilby, Kenneth (1996), “Ethnogenesis in the Guianas and Jamaica”, in Jonathon D. Hill       (Ed.), History, Power and Identity, Iowa City: Iowa University Press, 119-141.

Blu, Karen. 1980. The Lumbee Problem: The Making of an Indian People. Cambridge             University Press, New York.

Burnett, Swan, (1889) “Note on the Melungeons”, American Anthropologist, October,             347.

Cavender, Anthony P., 1981, “The Melungeons of Upper East Tennessee: Persisting             Social Identity”, Tennessee Anthropologist, Vol. 6, No. 1 Spring.

Curasi, Carolyn Folkman, Linda L. Price, Eric J. Arnould, (2004), “How Individuals             Cherished Possessions Become Families’ Inalienable Wealth”, Journal of             Consumer Research, Vol 31, December, 609-622.

Daniel, G. Reginald. 1992. "Passers and pluralists: subverting the racial divide." In         Racially Mixed People in America, edited by Maria Root. Sage Publications,             Newbury Park, California.

Davis, Louise, 1963, “The Mystery of the Melungeons”, Nashville Tennesseean Sunday             Magazine, September 22.

DeMarce, Virginia Easley, 1993, “Looking at Legends – Lumbee and Melungeon:             Applied Genealogy and the Origins of Tri-racial Isolate Settlements”, National             Genealogical Society Quarterly, March, 24-45.

Deshpande, Rohit, Wayne Hoyer, Naveen Donthu.  1986.  “The intensity of ethnic             affiliation: A study of the sociology of Hispanic consumption”.  Journal of             Consumer Research (13): 214-220.

Dial, Adolph, and David Eliades. 1975. The Only Land I Know: A History of the             Lumbee Indians. Indian Historical Press, San Francisco.

Dromgoole, Will Allen, 1890, “Land of the Malungeons”, Nashville Sunday American,             August 31, 10.

__________, 1891, “The Malungeons”, The Arena, Vol. 3, March, 470-479.

__________, 1891, “The Malungeon Tree and Its Four Branches”, The Arena, Vol. 3,             June, 745-751.

Elder, Pat Spurlock, 1999, Melungeons: Examining an Appalachian Legend, Continuity             Press, Blountville, Tennessee.

Estabrook, Arthur H., and McDougal, Ivan E., 1926, Mongrel Virginians, Williams &             Wilkins, Baltimore.

Everett, C. S., 1999, “Melungeon History and Myth”, Appalachian Journal, Summer, 358             – 404.

Faber, Ronald, Thomas O’Guinn, John McCarthy.  1987.  Ethnicity, acculturation and the             importance of product attributes.  Psychology and Marketing 4 (3): 1210-134.

Gilbert, William Harlen, Jr. May 1946. "Memorandum concerning the characteristics of         the larger mixed-blood racial islands of the eastern United States." Social Forces             21(4):438-447.

Glenn, Juanita, 1969, “Hancock Countians Prepare for Drama About Melungeons”,             Knoxville Journal, May 1, 5.

Goins, Jack H., 2003, Melungeons And Other Pioneer Families, Rogersville, Tennessee.

Guthrie, James L., 1990, “Melungeons: Comparison of Gene Frequency Distributions to             those of Worldwide Populations”, Tennessee Anthropologist, Vol. XV, No. 1,         Spring.

Hale, Grace E. (1998), Making Whiteness: The Culture of Segregation in the South,             1890-1940, New York: Pantheon Books.

Haley, Brian D. and Larry R. Wilcoxon, (2005), “How Spaniards became Chumash and             Other Tales of Ethnogenesis”, American Anthropologist, September, Vol. 107,             #3, 432-445.

Henige, David, 1984, “Origin Traditions of American Racial Isolates: A Case of             Something Borrowed”, Appalachian Journal, Spring, 201-213.

Harris, Cheryl, (1998) “The Melungeons Become a Race”, Appalachian Journal, Volume             25 (3) 270-296.

Hickerson, Nancy P., (1996), “Ethnogenesis in the South Plains”, in Jonathon D. Hill       (Ed.), History, Power and Identity, Iowa City: Iowa University Press, 70-89.

Hill, Jonathan D. (ed.) (1996), History, Power and Identity: Ethnogenesis in the             Americas, 1492-1992, Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

Hirschman, Elizabeth C. (2001), “Ethnicity, racism, and the colonization of             consumption,” American Marketing Association Conference Proceedings,             (Summer), 236-244.

__________, (2003), “Consumer Behavior Among The Melungeons; Reconstructing a          Lost Heritage”, Advances in Consumer Research, (Volume 30): 161.

__________, (2005), Melungeons: The Last Lost Tribe in America, Mercer University             Press: Macon, GA.

Hoyer, Wayne and Rohit Deshpande.  “Cross-cultural influences on buyer behavior: The      impact of Hispanic ethnicity.”  In An Assessment of Marketing Thought and             Practice (89-92) Chicago, IL: American Marketing Association, 1982.

James, Angela (2001), “Making Sense of Race and Racial Classification”, Race and             Society (4), 235-247.

Jones, Sian (2002), The Archaeology of Ethnicity.  London: Routledge.

Kennedy, N. Brent, with Kennedy, Robyn Vaughan, (1994, revised 1997) The             Melungeons: The Resurrection of a Proud People; An Untold Story of Ethnic             Cleansing in America, Mercer University Press, Macon, Georgia.

Kessler, John S., and Ball, Donald B., 2001, North From the Mountains: A Folk History             of the Carmel Melungeon Settlement, Highland County, Ohio, Macon, Georgia,             Mercer University Press.

Kingsport Times, 1923, “Distinct Race of People Inhabits the Mountains of East             Tennessee”, Tuesday, August 7, 1.

Knoxville Journal, 1890, “The Melungeons: A Peculiar Race of People Living in             Hancock County”, Sunday, September 28, 1.

Lombardo, Paul (2004a), “Eugenic Sterilization Laws”, Image Archive on the American             Eugenics Movement, Dolan DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor             Laboratory, essay 8. www.eugenicsarchive.org

Lombardo, Paul (2004b), “Eugenic Laws Against Race Mixing”, Image Archive on the             American Eugenics Movement, Dolan DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, essay 9. www.eugenicsarchive.org

Mehta, Raj and Belk, Russell W. (1991), “Artifacts, Identity, and Transition: Favorite             Possessions of Indians and Indian Immigrants to the United States”, Journal of             Consumer Research, 17 (March), 398-411.

Morello, Carol, 2000, “Beneath Myth, Melungeons Find Roots of Oppression,”             Washington Post, May 29, online edition.

Nassau (McGlothlen), Mike, Melungeons and Other Mestee Groups, 1994, online in             several locations, including http://www.multiracial.com/readers/nassau.html. 

Nordheimer, John, 1971, “Mysterious Hill Folk Vanishing”, New York Times, August             10, 33, 38.

O’Guinn, Thomas and Ronald Faber.  1985. “New perspectives on acculturation: The             relationship of general and role specific acculturation with Hispanic consumer             Attitudes”, Advances in Consumer Research 12: 113-117.

O’Guinn, Thomas, Wei-Na Lee, Ronald Faber.  1986. “Acculturation: The impact of             divergent paths on buyer behavior”.  Advances in Consumer Research 13: 579-     583.

Oswald, Laura R. (1999), “Culture Swapping: Consumption and the ethnogenesis of             middle-class Haitian immigrants”, Journal of Consumer Research, 21 (June), 32-            54.

Penaloza, Lisa. 1989.  “Immigrant consumer acculturation”.  Advances in Consumer             Research 16: 110-118.

Penazola, Lisa (1994) “Atravesando Fronteras/Border Crossings: A Critical Ethnographic             Exploration of the Consumer Acculturation of Mexican Immigrants”, Journal of             Consumer Research, 21 (June), 32-42.

Pollitzer, William S., and William H. Brown. 1969. “Survey of demography,             anthropology, and genetics in Melungeons of Tennessee: an isolate of hybrid             origin in process of dissolution”. Human Biology 41:388-400.

Pollitzer, William S. 1972. “The physical anthropology and genetics of marginal people             of the southeastern United States”. American Anthropologist Volume 74, Number             3:719-734.

Price, Edward T., 1953, “A geographic Analysis of White-Negro-Indian Racial Mixtures             in the Eastern United States”, Association of American Geographers, Annals, Vol.             43, June, 138-155.

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