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Follow de drinkin' gou'd.

By: Dobie, J. Frank (James Frank), 1888-1964 [ed.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society: no. 7.Publisher: Dallas, Southern Methodist University Press [1965, c1928]Edition: [Facsim. ed.].Description: 201 p. 24 cm.Subject(s): Folklore -- Southwest, New | African Americans -- Southwest, New -- Folklore | African Americans -- Texas -- Music | Folk music -- Texas | Ballads, English -- TexasDDC classification: 398/.09791
Contents:
The play-party in Oklahoma / B.A. Botkin -- Folk-lore relating to Texas birds / John K. Strecker -- Tall tales for the tenderfeet / A.W. Penn -- Fishback yarns from the Sulphurs / J.M Deaver -- Paul Bunyan: oil man / John Lee Brooks -- Pipeline days and Paul Bunyan / Acel Garland -- Le loup blanc of Bollivar's Peninsula / Philip C. Tucker -- Pioneer folk tales / Mary Jourdan Atkinson and J. Frank Dobie -- The corn thief-a folk anecdote / John R. Craddock -- The Texas pecan / The man in the moon / G.T. Bludworth -- Follow the drinking gourd / H.B. Parks -- Some Negro folk-songs of Texas / Mary Virginia Bales -- Six Negro folk-songs / Nicolas Joseph Hutchinson Smith -- Confidences from old Nacogdoches / Martha Emmons -- The ghosts of Lake Jackson / Bertha MeKee Dobie -- How Mr. Polecat got his scent / Kate Stoner O'Conner -- De pot-song / Palmer A. Throop -- Notes on some recent treatments of Negro folk-lore / Robert Adger Law -- Some characteristics of cowboy songs / Newton Gaines -- More ballads and songs of the frontier folk / J. Frank Dobie.
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GR1 .T4 NO.7 (Browse shelf) Available 0000101219087

Includes unacc. melodies with words.

"Proceedings of the thirteenth annual session (1927) of the Texas Folk-lore Society": p. [181]-182.

Includes bibliographical references.

The play-party in Oklahoma / B.A. Botkin -- Folk-lore relating to Texas birds / John K. Strecker -- Tall tales for the tenderfeet / A.W. Penn -- Fishback yarns from the Sulphurs / J.M Deaver -- Paul Bunyan: oil man / John Lee Brooks -- Pipeline days and Paul Bunyan / Acel Garland -- Le loup blanc of Bollivar's Peninsula / Philip C. Tucker -- Pioneer folk tales / Mary Jourdan Atkinson and J. Frank Dobie -- The corn thief-a folk anecdote / John R. Craddock -- The Texas pecan / The man in the moon / G.T. Bludworth -- Follow the drinking gourd / H.B. Parks -- Some Negro folk-songs of Texas / Mary Virginia Bales -- Six Negro folk-songs / Nicolas Joseph Hutchinson Smith -- Confidences from old Nacogdoches / Martha Emmons -- The ghosts of Lake Jackson / Bertha MeKee Dobie -- How Mr. Polecat got his scent / Kate Stoner O'Conner -- De pot-song / Palmer A. Throop -- Notes on some recent treatments of Negro folk-lore / Robert Adger Law -- Some characteristics of cowboy songs / Newton Gaines -- More ballads and songs of the frontier folk / J. Frank Dobie.

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