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Folklife annual 88-89 : a publication of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress / edited by James Hardin and Alan Jabbour.

Contributor(s): Jabbour, Alan | Hardin, James N | American Folklife Center.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Washington, D.C. : The Library : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., 1989Description: 168 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0844406384; 9780844406381.Subject(s): Hufford, Mary, 1952- | Schwartz, Jane | Brady, Erika, 1952- | Weigle, Marta | Whisnant, David E., 1938- | Swing, Pam, 1953- | Yoder, Don | Beck, Ervin | Zug, Charles G | Peterson, Sally | Rosengarten, Dale, 1948- | United States -- Social life and customs | Folk literature | Folklore -- United StatesDDC classification: 917.3 LOC classification: E161 | .F64 1989
Contents:
Soundscape and story: Foxhunting in New Jersey's Pine Barrens / Mary Hufford -- Up on the roof: Pigeon flyers and city skies / Jane Schwartz -- Debatable Land: Frontier versus wilderness in the Ozark National Scenic Waterways / Erika Brady--Finding the "true America": Ethnic tourism in New Mexico during the New Deal / Marta Weigle--Old men and new schools: Rationalizing change in the Southern Mountains / David Whisnant -- Teaching traditional fiddle in Shetland Isles schools / Pamela Swing -- A Fraktur primer / Don Yoder -- Glass Painting by plain people / Ervin Beck --New pots for old: Burlon Craig's strategy for success / Charles G. Zug III -- Plastic strap baskets: Containers for a changing context / Sally Peterson -- "Bulrush is silver, sweetgrass is gold": The enduring art of sea grass basketry / Dale Rosengarten.
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E159 .N3 1977 Visiting our past : E159 .V35 The living past of America : E160 .U28 America's natural treasures; E161 .F64 1988/89 Folklife annual 88-89 : E161 .P3 As we were; E161 .R75 1949 Women are here to stay : E161 .T55 1870-1900 This fabulous century.

Soundscape and story: Foxhunting in New Jersey's Pine Barrens / Mary Hufford -- Up on the roof: Pigeon flyers and city skies / Jane Schwartz -- Debatable Land: Frontier versus wilderness in the Ozark National Scenic Waterways / Erika Brady--Finding the "true America": Ethnic tourism in New Mexico during the New Deal / Marta Weigle--Old men and new schools: Rationalizing change in the Southern Mountains / David Whisnant -- Teaching traditional fiddle in Shetland Isles schools / Pamela Swing -- A Fraktur primer / Don Yoder -- Glass Painting by plain people / Ervin Beck --New pots for old: Burlon Craig's strategy for success / Charles G. Zug III -- Plastic strap baskets: Containers for a changing context / Sally Peterson -- "Bulrush is silver, sweetgrass is gold": The enduring art of sea grass basketry / Dale Rosengarten.

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