In the shadow of history. J. Frank Dobie, Mody C. Boatright [and] Harry H. Ransom, editors.Material type: TextSeries: Texas Folklore Society. Publications: no. 15.Publisher: Austin, Texas Folk-lore Society, 1939Description: iv, 187 pages illustrations 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Legends -- Texas | Legends -- Southwest, New | Folklore -- Texas | Anecdotes -- Southwest, New | Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.) -- Siege, 1836DDC classification: 398 LOC classification: GR1 | .T4 v.15
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Includes bibliographical references.
"Rose and his story of the Alamo": pages 9-41.
"Twenty-fifty annual meeting of the Texas folk-lore society": pages 178-180.
Folk-lore and tradition in a growing society / by Radoslav A. Tsanoff -- Rose and his story of the Alamo -- Inventing stories about the Alamo / W.P. Zuber to Charle Jeffries -- How Jim Bowie Died / by Edward C Rohrbough -- Anecdotes as sidelights to Texas history / by Marcelle Lively Hamer -- There's a geography of humorous anecdotes / by Charles F. Arrowood -- Folk characters of the sheep industry / by Winnifred Kupper -- The ghost sheep dog / by Merril Bishop -- The Pastor and the serpent / by Dan Storm -- The Mexican folk version of King Midas / by W.A. Whatley -- Tortilla making / by Ruth Dodson -- Navajo sketches / by Yahn-Na-Bah -- The roadrunners in fact and folk-lore / by J. Frank Dobie -- Proceedings of the Texas Folk-Lore Society, 1939.