Books Buffalo Creek: 8:05 a.m., February 26, 1972, by the Man
High School Yearbook Staff (Man, WV: Man High School Yearbook
Staff, 1972). Buffalo Creek: Valley of Death, by Dennis Deitz and
Carlene Mowery (South Charleston, WV: Mountain Memory Books,
1992). The Buffalo Creek Disaster: The Story of the Survivors'
Unprecedented Lawsuit, by Gerald M Stern (New York: Random
House, 1976). Death at Buffalo Creek: The 1972 West Virginia Flood
Disaster, by Tom Nugent (New York: W. W. Norton & Company,
1973). Everything in Its Path: Destruction of Community in the
Buffalo Creek Flood, by Kai T. Erikson (New York: Simon and
Schuster, 1976). Ken Hechler: Maverick Public Servant, by Charles H. Moffat
(Charleston, WV: Mountain State Press, 1987), 236-238. Prolonged Psychosocial Effects of Disaster: A Study of Buffalo
Creek, by Goldine C. Gleser (New York: Academic Press,
1981). West Virginia: A Bicentennial History, by John Alexander
Williams (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1976), Chapter 7. Articles
"The Pittston Mentality: Manslaughter on Buffalo Creek," by
Thomas N. Bethell and Davitt McAteer, Washington Monthly
(May 1972). Documentary Videos Buffalo Creek Flood: An Act of Man, produced by Appalshop,
Whitesburg, KY, 1975. Buffalo Creek Revisited, produced by Appalshop,
Whitesburg, KY, 1985. West Virginia State Government Reports The Buffalo Creek Flood and Disaster: Official Report from the
Governor's Ad Hoc Commission of Inquiry, 1973. The Disaster of Buffalo Creek, by First Lieut. Robert C.
Withers (Charleston: West Virginia Adjutant General, 1972). Disaster on Buffalo Creek, 1972: Report of the Citizens'
Commission Investigation, by the Citizens' Commission to
Investigate the Buffalo Creek Disaster, 1972. U.S. Government Reports Buffalo Creek (W. Va.) Disaster, 1972, Hearings, U.S.
Senate (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1972), 2
volumes. Buffalo Creek (W. Va.) Disaster, 1972, prepared for the
U.S. Senate's Committee on Labor and Public Welfare (Washington,
DC: Government Printing Office, 1972). Delayed Redevelopment was Reasonable after Flood Disaster in
West Virginia, report of the Comptroller of the United States
(Washington, DC: U.S. General Accounting Office, 1976). An Engineering Survey of Representative Coal Mine Refuse Piles
as Related to Buffalo Creek, West Virginia, Disaster,
prepared for the U.S. Senate's Committee on Labor and Public
Welfare (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1972). Flood Hazard Information: Buffalo Creek, Logan County, West
Virginia, prepared by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
Huntington, WV, District, 1972. Preliminary Analysis of the Coal Refuse Dam Failure at
Saunders, West Virginia, February 26, 1972, by the Task Force
to Study Coal Waste Hazards of the U.S. Department of the
Interior, 1972. West Virginia's Buffalo Creek Flood: A Study of the Hydrology
and Engineering Geology, Geological Survey Circular 667
(Washington, DC: Geological Survey, 1972).