Folklore from the Working Folk of America

By Tristram Potter Coffin; Hennig Cohen | Go to book overview
Figh, Margaret G., 398-401, 448
Fine, Ashley (and family), 26, 127, 422, 431
Foster, E., 195, 435
Fowke, Edith, 80-82, 427, 428
Gentle, Lili, 236-41, 438
Gentry, William, 37-38, 424
Gerke, Mildred, 279-82, 441
Giannini, Romeo, 45-48, 425
Gifford, Alan (and family), 90-91, 428
Gilbert, Bill, 404-6, 449
Green, Archie, 128, 409, 431, 450
Greene, Mrs. Alex, 279-82, 441
Grider, Rufus, 113-15, 430
Gross, Dan, 236-41, 438
Halpert, Herbert, 12-13, 13-24, 22, 24-25, 39, 132, 264, 266-67, 302-5, 341-44, 420, 421, 424, 431, 433, 440, 443, 445
Hand, Wayland, 245-52, 439
Hankey, Rosalie, 289-93, 353-54, 442, 446
Harder, Kelsie B., 180-81, 265-66, 434, 440
Harris, Ethel, 398-401, 448
Hatch, Marion C., 184-85, 221-23, 434, 437
Hayward, Silvanus, 294-95, 442
Hewins, Caroline M., 122-24, 430
Hickerson, Joseph C., 172-73, 434
Hinman, Wilbur F., 88-89, 428
Hoffman, Dan G., 143, 432
Hubbell, Jay B., 58-60, 426
Hudson, Arthur P., 330-35, 445
Hughes, Walter T., 211-13, 436
Jagendorf, Moritz, 45-48, 425
Jones, Dazzie Lee, 30-33, 33-35, 423
Jones, Raymond, 33-35, 423
Jordan, Philip D., 287-89, 442
Karas, Stratos, 45-48, 425
Kernan, Henry S., 268-73, 441
Kidder, H. R., 181, 434
Kittredge, George L., 52-54, 425
Koch, Edwin E., 241-43, 438
Koch, Jack, 45-48, 425
Lamkin, Thelma L., 341-44, 445
Latham, Hannis T., III, 228-34, 437
Lathrop, Amy, 207-8, 436
Lathrop, Carl, 314-16, 444
Leach, MacEdward, 94-96, 398-99, 429, 448
Lee, Buck, 68-73, 426
Locksley, Amos, 414, 451
Lomax, Alan, 314-16, 444
Lomax, Claude (and family), 221, 437
Lybarger, Mrs. Ray, 19-20, 420
McAtee, W. L., 142, 213-18, 300- 2, 319-20, 431, 436, 443, 444
McCandless, Fred, 38-39, 424
McCubbin, Gleason M., 132, 264, 431, 440
McGuinn, Donald, 28-29, 422
Maurer, David W., 132, 431
Meikleham, Randolph, 121-22, 430
Meredith, Maurice, 264-65, 440
Millard, Eugenia L., 305-9, 443
Mitchell, Lucille S., 302-5, 443
Mook, Mauriee A., 273-76, 441
Mooney, James, 162, 171, 179-80, 199-200, 202, 298-99, 432, 433, 434, 436, 443
Morris, Jeanette, 33-35, 423
Nathan, Hans, 101-11, 429
Nelson, William, 52-54, 425
Newell, Thomas W., 22, 421
Newell, William W. , 187-90, 421, 435
Newman, Mark, 12-13, 13-14, 420
Noall, Claire, 209-10, 436
Norris, P. N., 39, 424
Nye, Pearl R., 57-58, 425
O'Bierne, James, 27, 422
O'Brien, R. S., 133-36, 431

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Sources xxi
  • Folk Literature 1
  • Songs 50
  • Verse 112
  • Riddles 144
  • Superstitions, Practices, and Customs 177
  • Folk Expressions 258
  • Games 296
  • Ritual, Drama, and Festival 328
  • Famed in Song and Story: A Dozen Legendary Figures 369
  • Occupations 452
  • Index 454
  • Collectors, Informants, Sources 457
  • Titles and First Significant Lines of Songs and Verse 460
  • Index 463
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