Old-time music meets the Internet, Paul Gartner. Charleston (WV) Sunday Gazette-Mail, October 1, 2000.

A key to music history, Madelyn Rosenberg. Roanoke (Va) Times, July 22, 2000, pp E-1,6.

Late Giles County musician continues to influence others, Michael Wade. Virginian Leader, March 15, 2000, pp 1,5 (part 1 of 2).

Leaving a legacy of music, Michael Wade. Virginian Leader, March 22, 2000, pp 1,3 (part 2 of 2).

Celebrating mountain music, Holli Deal Roach. Statesboro (Ga) Herald, March 19, 2000, p C-1. (story on Henry's oldest living son Neal)

Some Thoughts on the Revival: Alan Jabbour and Old-Time Music, Philip Gura.  Old Time Herald, Summer 1991, Vol. 2, No. 8, pp 24-28, 48.

West Virginia Collections in the Archive of Folk Culture Acquired through 1990.  Library of Congress Folk Archive Finding Aid (LCFAFA No. 20, June 1996), pp 3, 4, 23.  Complied by Rachel Howard, Gregory Jenkins, Scott Prouty, & Kathy Shambaugh.  Series editor: Joseph Hickerson

Looking for Henry Reed: Confessions of a Revivalist, Thomas Carter.  Sounds of the South. Editor Daniel Patterson. Conference on the Collecting and Collections of Southern Traditional Music, Chapel Hill, NC, April, 1989.   (a book edition of Sounds of the South was published in 1991 as Number 1 in the series "Southern Folklife Collection - Occasional Papers", University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Masters of Old-Time Fiddling, Miles Krassen. Oak Publications, 1983, pp 85-95.

An Interview with Alan Jabbour, Tom Screven.  Goldenseal, 1977(?), pp 73-89.

Beginning Old-time Fiddle, Alan Kaufman. Oak Publications, 1977, pp 73, 92.

Appalachian Fiddle, Miles Krassen. Music Sales Corporation, 1973, pp 34, 38, 39, 54, 56, 57, 68, 70, 71, 74, 84.

Thanks to Alan Jabbour, Philip Gura, Madelyn Rosenberg, and Dirk Verschaeren for providing copies and/or info on these!

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