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Texas and southwestern lore, edited by J. Frank Dobie.

By: Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964 [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 6.Publisher: Austin, Tex., Published by the Texas Folklore Society, [1927]Copyright date: ©1927Description: 259 pages 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Folklore -- Texas | Cowboys -- Songs and music | Ballads, English -- Texas | Folk songs, English -- Texas | Texas -- Songs and musicDDC classification: 398 LOC classification: GR1 | .T4 no. 6
Contents:
Folk-lore of the Texas-Mexican vaquero / Jovita González -- Tales and rhymes of a Texas household / Bertha McKee Dobie -- Lore of the Llano Estacado / J. Evetts Haley -- Names in the old Cheyenne and Arapahoe territory / Della I. Young -- Nicknames in Texas oil fields / Hartman Dignowity -- The devil's grotto / Mody C. Boatright -- Myths of the Tejas Indians / Mattie Austin Hatcher -- A note on four Negro words / Robert Adger Law -- Ballads and songs of the frontier folk / J. Frank Dobie -- Songs the cowboys sing / John R. Craddock -- Songs of the open range / Ina Sires -- Texas cowboy" / Arbie Moore -- Cowboy songs again / J. Evetts Haley -- The ballad of "Davy Crockett" / Julia Beazley -- "Annie Breen from Old Kaintuck" / George E. Hastings -- Songs and ballads -- grave and gay / L.W. Payne, Jr.
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Includes music, principally unacc. melodies with words.

"Proceedings of the twelfth annual session (1926) of the Texas Folklore Society": pages [239]-240.

Includes bibliographical references.

Folk-lore of the Texas-Mexican vaquero / Jovita González -- Tales and rhymes of a Texas household / Bertha McKee Dobie -- Lore of the Llano Estacado / J. Evetts Haley -- Names in the old Cheyenne and Arapahoe territory / Della I. Young -- Nicknames in Texas oil fields / Hartman Dignowity -- The devil's grotto / Mody C. Boatright -- Myths of the Tejas Indians / Mattie Austin Hatcher -- A note on four Negro words / Robert Adger Law -- Ballads and songs of the frontier folk / J. Frank Dobie -- Songs the cowboys sing / John R. Craddock -- Songs of the open range / Ina Sires -- "The Texas cowboy" / Arbie Moore -- Cowboy songs again / J. Evetts Haley -- The ballad of "Davy Crockett" / Julia Beazley -- "Annie Breen from Old Kaintuck" / George E. Hastings -- Songs and ballads -- grave and gay / L.W. Payne, Jr.

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