Man, bird and beast, edited by J. Frank Dobie.Material type: TextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 8.Publisher: Dallas, Southern Methodist University Press Copyright date: ©1930Edition: [Facsim. ed.]Description: 185 pages 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Legends -- Southwest, New | Folk songs -- Southwest, New | Folklore -- Southwest, NewAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Man, bird and beast.DDC classification: 398.09764 LOC classification: GR1 | .T4 no.8 1965
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Includes bibliographical references.
Ranch remedios, by F. Woodhull.--Northwestern Oklahoma folk cures, by W.R. Smith.--Tales and songs of the Texas-Mexicans, by J. González [in part with music]--Legends of Wichita County, by B. Smedley.--Jointsnake and hoop snake, by G. Poteet.--Strap Buckner of the Texas frontier, by F.E. Barns.--Jesse Holmes, the "Fool-Killer," by E.E. Leisy.--Finding folk-lorists, by R.W. Smith.--Recent research in balladry and folk songs, by L.W. Payne, Jr.--Proceedings of the Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth Annual Meetings (1928-1930) of the texas Folklore Society.