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Sociological Abstracts. Contains information on sociology, social work and other social sciences. ASU Periodicals Bound indexing - abstracting. He also meticulously documents when and where he recorded each story and includes biographies of his subjects. Ranging from wildly funny to deeply tragic-often at the same time-these tales make up an uncommon and invaluable addition to Kentucky's rich local history. The stories he collects represent every part of the state, from Pikeville to Paducah, and the experiences he records range from the early twentieth-century to the present.
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Together, they preserve a meaningful record for future generations, and entertain while they do so.