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Coyote wisdom / edited by J. Frank Dobie, Mody C. Boatright, Harry H. Ransom.

Contributor(s): Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964 | Boatright, Mody Coggin, 1896-1970 | Ransom, Harry Huntt, 1908-1976.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 14.Publisher: Dallas, Tex. : Southern Methodist University Press, 1965, c1938Edition: Facsimile ed.Description: 300 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Animals -- Folklore | Folklore -- Southwest, NewDDC classification: 398.08
Contents:
Pertinences and patrons -- Little animals of Mexico -- Coyote: animal and folk-character -- Pueblo versions of Old World tales -- Navajo creation myths -- Trubble, Brudder Alligator, Trubble -- Philosophy in Folk-lore -- Comic exempla in the Pineer Pulpit -- Running down the fool killer -- Legend making on the Concho -- Pie-biter -- Wart doctor -- Traditional Nocodgoches -- Snap party in Mills County -- Christmasing with the tarhumaras -- Marihuana: a story of its curse -- Mexican folk-escapades and tales -- Cuerpo sin Alma -- Tales to tell -- Paisano tracks -- English source of the Trail to Mexico -- There were three two crows.
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Book University of Texas At Tyler
Stacks - 3rd Floor
GR1 .T4 NO.14 1965 (Browse shelf) Available 0000100951052

Bibliography : p. 92-103.

Includes index.

Pertinences and patrons -- Little animals of Mexico -- Coyote: animal and folk-character -- Pueblo versions of Old World tales -- Navajo creation myths -- Trubble, Brudder Alligator, Trubble -- Philosophy in Folk-lore -- Comic exempla in the Pineer Pulpit -- Running down the fool killer -- Legend making on the Concho -- Pie-biter -- Wart doctor -- Traditional Nocodgoches -- Snap party in Mills County -- Christmasing with the tarhumaras -- Marihuana: a story of its curse -- Mexican folk-escapades and tales -- Cuerpo sin Alma -- Tales to tell -- Paisano tracks -- English source of the Trail to Mexico -- There were three two crows.

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