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Annual assemblages as related to the persistence of culture patterns--an anthoropological study of summer community

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  • Community Life ( Lcsh )
  • Social Psychology ( Lcsh )
  • Family ( Lcsh )
  • Social Life And Customs ( Lcsh )
  • Anthropology Thesis Ph. D ( Lcsh )
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  • Academic -- Anthropology ( Lcsh )

Abstract

Annual assemblages as related to the persistence of culture patterns--an anthoropological study of summer community Annual Assemblaaos as Related to the Persist cues of Culture Patterns-- an Antbropo logical Scudy of a Sumi-ier Coumunity By A DISSERTATION PRESEi^TTED TO TF£ GRADDATE COaNCIL OF TKE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAi, FULFILIJ-KOT OF THE REQUIRE^-EiVlS FOR TtS DEGP.KE OF DOCTOR OF PKILOSOI'HY UNn^RSITiT OF FLORIDA 1971 Copyright by Gwan KenneJy Neville 1971 ACKNCTLEDGr.MEm'S Thanks are due to many x/iio have helped to make th5.s dist'.ertat5.oa possible. Funds for the research and \\n:iting period were provided by the Graduate Echocl of the University of Florida in the form of a research fellowshipo Financial assistance in the form of miracograph time and supnlies was given by tho Mountain Retreat Association^ Dr, C. Grisr Davis and the I'lontrcat Board graciously gave permission for the study to be conducted and ;jere helpful and interested at every turn. Other officials at Montreat were equally coope.rat?.ve and donated time and energy to the research endeavor. These include E. A. Andrews, K„ N. Stutts, William Schwantes, T. A, Stubbs and the staff of the Montreat Business Officeo Other members of the Montreat comir.unit^/ x-jho gave their time and interest are too numerous to mention all by name. Particularly I wish to thank those who submitted to lengthy interviews during their vacation time and all the older residents who patiently recalled genealogies for hours on end, As my informal sponsors and constant Vieipers the Kenneth Foreman family were valuable to me beyond words, as information sources and as concerned friends. Lila and Dick Ray served to keep alive my sense of perspective and my sense of humor while becoming close friends as well. Among the Montreat people to whom I owe a special debt are the collegiates, \Ah:- were always full of fun and quick to keep me on my toes. Fieldwork was enriched

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