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After the Disaster:

Index

accounts (of disasters)

agreement(s) among authors/experts, 398–399

difference(s) among authors/experts, 258–262, 399–414

reasons for differences among our accounts, 382–385, 406–413

activism, social, 448n4

Ad Hoc Commission (Governor Moore’s), 9–11, 22–25, 28n5

agreements among our accounts, 398–399

Albro, Lureen and Jake

profiles of, 252–264

Allen, John C.

observations by, xvii–xix

altruistic community, concept of, 35

Appalachian studies, 123n155, 447n3

Arnold & Porter, lawsuit, 11, 60–61, 63–68, 74, 110n55

Barker, F. Raamie

observations by, 453–456

BMC. See Buffalo Mining Company

Buffalo Creek Disaster Memorial Committee, 168–170

Buffalo Creek Disaster Memorial Park, 168–170

importance of, 168–170, 218–223

Buffalo Creek disaster, evaluation of research about, 400–414

Buffalo Creek experience

destruction of communality, 401

not utterly unique, 403–404, 435–437

psychological impairment, 402, 415nn1–2

relevance to other small places in rural America, 435–438, 450n14

unnaturalness of, 404

Buffalo Creek Valley

before the flood, 4–14, 46–48

churches and church-related services, 130–131, 385

coal camps (failure to incorporate), 139, 171–172

coal mining resurgence, 172–176

community demographic data, then and now, 129–132

current view of, 176–181, 184

description of, current, viii, 130–131, 176–179

description of, pre-flood, 129–132

during the flood, 14–19, 377–381

five scenarios, 421–433

Hatfield-McCoy National Historic Trail, 140, 172–176

infrastructure developments, 150–167

evaluation of, 150–167, 180–188, 385–387

notable events in rebuilding since 1972, 139–140

other considerations, 168–176

map, viii