Essays in Tributaries, Journal of the Alabama Folklife Association and other relevant publications.
McCallum, Brenda. "Songs of Work and Songs of Worship: Sanctifying Black Unionism in the Southern City of
Steel." Tributaries 1 (Summer 1994): 45-71.
Abbott, Lynn and Doug Seroff. "Roots of Birmingham's Gospel Quartet Training Culture: Spiritual Singing at Industrial High
School." Tributaries 12 (2010): 9-27.
Additional Publications and Bibliographic Sources
Abbott, Lynn and Doug Seroff. *forthcoming. To Do This, You Must Know How: Music Pedagogy in the Black Gospel Quartet
Tradition (University of Mississippi Press, 2013).
Funk, Ray. "Birmingham Quartets Celebrate The Union Movement." in Spirit of Steel: Music of the Railroads and Mills of the
Birmingham District. (The Sloss Furnace Association, Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark, Birmingham: Crane
Hill Publishers: 1999). 11-18.
Seroff, Doug. "Community and the Jefferson County, Alabama Gospel Quartet Tradition," in In the Spirit: Alabama's Sacred
Music Traditions. ed. Henry Willett (Birmingham: Alabama Folklife Association,1995). 89-100.