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2001 : a Texas folklore odyssey / Francis Edward Abernethy, editor ; Shannon R. Thompson, assistant editor.

Contributor(s): Abernethy, Francis Edward | Thompson, Shannon R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 58.Publisher: Denton : University of North Texas Press, 2001Edition: 1st ed.Description: xiii, 354 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1574411403 (cloth : alk. paper); 9781574411409 (cloth : alk. paper).Other title: Two thousand one | Two thousand and one.Subject(s): Folklore -- Texas | Texas -- Social life and customsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: 2001.DDC classification: 398/.09764 LOC classification: GR1 | .T4 no. 58
Contents:
"It's the Watkins man!" / Kenneth Davis -- "Now you hear my horn!" / Thad Sitton -- "That dirty little coward!" / Tony Clark -- Mother's Model T / George Ewing -- The origins of the Texas style of traditional old-time fiddling / Charles Gardner -- Epics of defeat: Texas' Alamo and Scotland's Culloden / Sylvia Grider -- The Roswell incident: fiftieth anniversary sell-abration / Becky Matthews -- Greetings from Frank Dobie / Kevin Hill and Jim Stuart -- Baby lore: the why and wherefore of it / Joyce Roach -- Grandparenting / Hazel S. Abernathy -- "It all began the day my conscience died": the cheatin' song from prototype to postmodern / Richard Holland -- La quniceañera: a Hispanic folk custom / Phyllis Bridges -- The breakfast of champions / J.G. Pinkerton -- Women a-horseback -- side or astride / Carolyn Norgaard -- "This story has no leeeeede!" / Mike Cox -- Recipes from Green Pastures / Mary Faulk Koock -- Take me out to the ballgame / John Lightfoot -- How cloth was dyed during the civil war in Washington county, Texas / Peggy Redshaw -- Uppity women / Archie McDonald -- Praising potted pork parts: Austin's one and only spamarama / L. Patrick Hughes
Homemade religion: miraculous images of Jesus and the Virgin Mary in south Texas / Rhett Rushing -- The Roy Bedichek family letters / Frances B. Vick -- Emily D. West and the yellow prose of Texas: a primer on some primary documents and their doctoring / James Lutzweiler -- The elusive Emily D. West, folksong's fabled "Yellow rose of Texas" / F.E. Abernethy.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"It's the Watkins man!" / Kenneth Davis -- "Now you hear my horn!" / Thad Sitton -- "That dirty little coward!" / Tony Clark -- Mother's Model T / George Ewing -- The origins of the Texas style of traditional old-time fiddling / Charles Gardner -- Epics of defeat: Texas' Alamo and Scotland's Culloden / Sylvia Grider -- The Roswell incident: fiftieth anniversary sell-abration / Becky Matthews -- Greetings from Frank Dobie / Kevin Hill and Jim Stuart -- Baby lore: the why and wherefore of it / Joyce Roach -- Grandparenting / Hazel S. Abernathy -- "It all began the day my conscience died": the cheatin' song from prototype to postmodern / Richard Holland -- La quniceañera: a Hispanic folk custom / Phyllis Bridges -- The breakfast of champions / J.G. Pinkerton -- Women a-horseback -- side or astride / Carolyn Norgaard -- "This story has no leeeeede!" / Mike Cox -- Recipes from Green Pastures / Mary Faulk Koock -- Take me out to the ballgame / John Lightfoot -- How cloth was dyed during the civil war in Washington county, Texas / Peggy Redshaw -- Uppity women / Archie McDonald -- Praising potted pork parts: Austin's one and only spamarama / L. Patrick Hughes

Homemade religion: miraculous images of Jesus and the Virgin Mary in south Texas / Rhett Rushing -- The Roy Bedichek family letters / Frances B. Vick -- Emily D. West and the yellow prose of Texas: a primer on some primary documents and their doctoring / James Lutzweiler -- The elusive Emily D. West, folksong's fabled "Yellow rose of Texas" / F.E. Abernethy.

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Francis Edward Abernethy is the executive secretary and editor of the Texas Folklore Society and Regents Professor EMeritus of English at Stephen F. Austin State University. <p>

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