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Celebrating 100 years of the Texas Folklore Society, 1909-2009 / edited by Kenneth L. Untiedt.

Contributor(s): Untiedt, Kenneth L, 1966- | Texas Folklore Society.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 66.Publisher: Denton, Tex. : University of North Texas Press, c2009Edition: 1st ed.Description: xi, 420 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781574412772 (cloth : alk. paper); 1574412779 (cloth : alk. paper).Other title: Celebrating one hundred years of the Texas Folklore Society, 1909-2009.Subject(s): Texas Folklore Society -- History -- 20th century | Texas Folklore Society -- History -- 21st century | Folklore -- Texas | Texas -- Social life and customsDDC classification: 398.209764 LOC classification: GR111.T4 | C45 2009
Contents:
Hooked on Texas / Clarence Jay Faulkner -- Beware of folklore addiction / Scott Hill Bumgardner -- McDade and me / Vicky Rose -- Mother lodes of Mexican lore / Lucy Fischer West -- Bibliography of Mexican-American folklore articles -- Dobie's disciples and the Choctaw Five / Tim Tingle -- The Texas Folklore Society was part of my life long before I knew It / Jean Granberry Schnitz -- The family nature of the Texas Folklore Society / Kenneth L. Untiedt -- Collecting and reading folklore / James Ward Lee -- Books of the TFS / Len Ainsworth -- Texas booklore: if it ain't folklore, then what the he(ck) is it? / Al Lowman -- How I came to be a publisher of Texas Folklore Society Publications / L. Patrick Hughes -- African Americans and Texas folklore / Bruce A. Glasrud -- Geococcyx / Charles Chupp -- Pecos Bill and his pedigree / Charles Clay Doyle -- Funerals and folklore: a snapshot from 1909 / Jerry B. Lincecum -- How the TFS has influenced me as a writer, but more importantly, what it has meant to me as a listener -- Women in the Texas Folklore Society / Peggy A. Redshaw -- Between a rock and a hard place: reflections on the TFS and a writing life / Joyce Gibson Roach -- Back in ought sixty / Francis Edward Abernethy -- The Alford homeplace: deconstructing a dogtrot / Sue M. Friday -- Mexican and Mexican-American folk healers: continuing to nourish our sense of humanity into the twenty-first century / Meredith E. Abarca -- Keeping the flames burning and passing them on: hoots at TFS meetings / Kenneth W. Davis -- The Texas Folklore Society: getting there is half the fun / Lee Haile -- Folklore society memories / Archie P. McDonald -- Confessions of a folklore junkie / Charlie Oden -- Hooked / Mary Margaret Dougherty Campbell -- 1968: one family's folklore odyssey / Sarah L. Greene -- My first TFS meeting / J. Rhett Rushing -- Looking back with the Hansons / Carol Hanson -- Under the influence / Robert J. (Jack) Duncan.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Hooked on Texas / Clarence Jay Faulkner -- Beware of folklore addiction / Scott Hill Bumgardner -- McDade and me / Vicky Rose -- Mother lodes of Mexican lore / Lucy Fischer West -- Bibliography of Mexican-American folklore articles -- Dobie's disciples and the Choctaw Five / Tim Tingle -- The Texas Folklore Society was part of my life long before I knew It / Jean Granberry Schnitz -- The family nature of the Texas Folklore Society / Kenneth L. Untiedt -- Collecting and reading folklore / James Ward Lee -- Books of the TFS / Len Ainsworth -- Texas booklore: if it ain't folklore, then what the he(ck) is it? / Al Lowman -- How I came to be a publisher of Texas Folklore Society Publications / L. Patrick Hughes -- African Americans and Texas folklore / Bruce A. Glasrud -- Geococcyx / Charles Chupp -- Pecos Bill and his pedigree / Charles Clay Doyle -- Funerals and folklore: a snapshot from 1909 / Jerry B. Lincecum -- How the TFS has influenced me as a writer, but more importantly, what it has meant to me as a listener -- Women in the Texas Folklore Society / Peggy A. Redshaw -- Between a rock and a hard place: reflections on the TFS and a writing life / Joyce Gibson Roach -- Back in ought sixty / Francis Edward Abernethy -- The Alford homeplace: deconstructing a dogtrot / Sue M. Friday -- Mexican and Mexican-American folk healers: continuing to nourish our sense of humanity into the twenty-first century / Meredith E. Abarca -- Keeping the flames burning and passing them on: hoots at TFS meetings / Kenneth W. Davis -- The Texas Folklore Society: getting there is half the fun / Lee Haile -- Folklore society memories / Archie P. McDonald -- Confessions of a folklore junkie / Charlie Oden -- Hooked / Mary Margaret Dougherty Campbell -- 1968: one family's folklore odyssey / Sarah L. Greene -- My first TFS meeting / J. Rhett Rushing -- Looking back with the Hansons / Carol Hanson -- Under the influence / Robert J. (Jack) Duncan.

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KENNETH L. UNTIEDT is the Secretary-Editor of the Texas Folklore Society. He earned his bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees from Texas Tech University, and is now an associate professor of English at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas.

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