Coffee in the gourd. Edited by J. Frank Dobie.

By: Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 2.Publisher: Dallas, Southern Methodist University Press [1969, c1923]Edition: [Facsim. ed.]Description: 110 p. illus., music. 24 cmSubject(s): Folklore -- Texas | Superstition -- Texas | Picture-writing, Indian | Texas -- Social life and customsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Coffee in the gourd.DDC classification: 398/.09764 LOC classification: GR110.T5 | D57 1923a
Contents:
One evening as I sat a courting, by L. W. Payne, Jr.--Human foundation sacrifices in Balkan ballads, by M. S. Handman.--The decline and decadence of folk metaphor, by W. H. Thomas.--Indian pictographs in the Big Bend in Texas, by V. J. Smith.--The cowboy dance, by J. R. Craddock.--Miscellany of Texas folk-lore, by W. P. Webb.--Brazos Bottom philosophy, by A. W. Eddins.--The "blues" as folk songs, by D. Scarborough.--Customs among the German descendants of Gillespie County, by J. Estill.--Customs and superstitions among Texas Mexicans, by F. J. Scott.--Pedro and Pancho, by M. A. Sutherland.--Weather wisdom of the Texas-Mexican border, by J. F. Dobie.
Summary: A facsimile edition of the 1923 publication of the Texas Folklore Society, featuring twelve articles that discuss ballads, cowboy dance, customs and superstitions, and other topics.
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GR1 .T4 NO.17 Texian stomping grounds, GR1 .T4 NO.18 1943A Backwoods to border. GR1 .T4 NO. 19 1967 From hell to breakfast, GR1 .T4 NO.2 1969 Coffee in the gourd. GR1 .T4 NO. 20 1965 Gib Morgan, minstrel of the oil fields GR1 .T4 NO. 21 1967 Mexican border ballads and other lore / GR1 .T4 NO.22 1966 The sky is my tipi,

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One evening as I sat a courting, by L. W. Payne, Jr.--Human foundation sacrifices in Balkan ballads, by M. S. Handman.--The decline and decadence of folk metaphor, by W. H. Thomas.--Indian pictographs in the Big Bend in Texas, by V. J. Smith.--The cowboy dance, by J. R. Craddock.--Miscellany of Texas folk-lore, by W. P. Webb.--Brazos Bottom philosophy, by A. W. Eddins.--The "blues" as folk songs, by D. Scarborough.--Customs among the German descendants of Gillespie County, by J. Estill.--Customs and superstitions among Texas Mexicans, by F. J. Scott.--Pedro and Pancho, by M. A. Sutherland.--Weather wisdom of the Texas-Mexican border, by J. F. Dobie.

A facsimile edition of the 1923 publication of the Texas Folklore Society, featuring twelve articles that discuss ballads, cowboy dance, customs and superstitions, and other topics.

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