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The Resource American folktales : from the collections of the Library of Congress, Carl Lindahl, editor ; foreword by Peggy A. Bulger

American folktales : from the collections of the Library of Congress, Carl Lindahl, editor ; foreword by Peggy A. Bulger

Label
American folktales : from the collections of the Library of Congress
Title
American folktales
Title remainder
from the collections of the Library of Congress
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Carl Lindahl, editor ; foreword by Peggy A. Bulger
Title variation
American folk tales
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Publisher's description: This two-volume collection of folktales represents some of the finest examples of American oral tradition. Drawn from the largest archive of American folk culture, The American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, the first-of-its-kind set includes magic tales, legends, jokes, tall tales, and personal narratives -- over 200 in all, many of which have never been previously transcribed or published. Eminent folklorist and award-winning author Carl Lindahl selected and transcribed over 200 recording sessions -- many from the 1920s and 1930s -- that span the twentieth century, including recent material drawn from the September 11th project. This varied collection is organized in chapters by storyteller, tale type, or region, representing diverse American cultures from Appalachia and the Midwest to Native American and Latino traditions. Each chapter begins by discussing the storytellers and their oral traditions, and then introduces and presents each tale, so that the collection is equally accessible to high school students, general readers, or scholars. Multiple indexes further aid in locating tales by motif and tale type, storyteller, and geographical origin
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digitized
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
OCLCE
Dewey number
398.2/0973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GR105.5
LC item number
A44 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1947-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Lindahl, Carl
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  • American Folklife Center
  • Tales
  • Storytellers
  • American Folklife Center
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Storytellers
  • Tales
  • United States
  • Volksverhalen
Label
American folktales : from the collections of the Library of Congress, Carl Lindahl, editor ; foreword by Peggy A. Bulger
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file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The mad king
  • The bean tree
  • Little Dicky Whigburn
  • Samuel Harmon
  • Catskins
  • Alberta Harmon and Samuel Harmon
  • Old black dog
  • Alberta Harmon
  • When my mother told Jack tales
  • Jack and the giants' newground
  • v. 1. The nation's most celebrated storytelling family : the Hickses and the Harmons.
  • Jack and the drill
  • Jack and the varmints
  • Jack and the bull
  • Jack and the doctor's girl
  • Jack and the northwest wind
  • Jack and one of his hunting trips
  • Old Fire Dragaman
  • Love : a riddle tale
  • Jack and the heifer hide
  • Maud Long
  • How I bought and stole my wife
  • Jack and the river
  • Daron Douglas
  • Hooray for Old Sloosha!
  • Feathers in her hair
  • Roby Monroe Hicks
  • The Yape
  • Buna Hicks
  • Jack and the robbers
  • The unicorn and the wild boar
  • The witch woman on the stone mountain on the Tennessee side
  • Telling tales to my grandkids
  • Grinding at the mill
  • Mule eggs
  • Ray Hicks
  • The great pumpkin
  • Giant mosquitoes
  • Jack, Tom, and Will
  • The marriage of the king's daughter
  • Stiff Dick
  • The witch and the donkey
  • The lady and the fairy
  • Little Red Night Cap
  • Old Graybeard
  • Shiver and shake
  • Rob Haww
  • One thing the devil can't do
  • Sara Cleveland
  • v. 1. Sara Cleveland : Irish American tales from Brant Lake, New York.
  • Finn MacCool and the rocks
  • Black horses
  • Telling fortunes with cards
  • Spiritualism and fortune telling
  • Pull, God damn you, pull!
  • The kiln is burning
  • Baby's gone
  • Brother Bear meets man
  • Brother Bear and Brother Deer hold a meeting
  • The devil's daughter
  • Where um-hum came from
  • Skin, don't you know me?
  • The great watermelon
  • Pull me up, Simon
  • Brother Bill, the wild cowboy
  • J.D. Suggs
  • v. 1. J.D. Suggs : itinerant master.
  • How I learned my tales
  • Mr. Snake and the farmer
  • Buzzard goes to Europe
  • Monkey apes his master
  • Efan outruns the Lord
  • Mr. Fox and Mr. Deer
  • Brother Rabbit rides Brother Bear
  • The haunted sloop
  • Groans, gold, dreams, and the devil
  • Joshua Alley
  • v. 1. Joshua Alley : down-east tales from Jonesport, Maine.
  • The bear's tale
  • Man Warren Beal and the Indians
  • Wrestling the chief
  • Chute's wedge trick
  • Dodging the wolves
  • Open, saysem
  • The murderers
  • v. 1. Will "Gillie" Gilchrist : tales of injustice in the urban South.
  • Robbed, and taken for a thief
  • More cop trouble
  • Courtroom trouble
  • More courtroom trouble
  • Cop, courtroom, and jail trouble
  • Will "Gillie" Gilchrist
  • The tarnished star
  • Tailipoe
  • (1955)
  • Tailipoe
  • (2001)
  • Jane Muncy Fugate
  • v. 1. Jane Muncy Fugate : healing tales for a mountain child and troubled adults.
  • How I learned my tales
  • Merrywise
  • One-my-darling
  • Old Greasybeard
  • The king's well
  • Rawhead and Bloodybones
  • The three sillies
  • Sam Hill
  • Hard times in the Toyah country
  • Annie Agnes Kingston
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : out West with John A. Lomax. I don't know how to run
  • Joseph Graham
  • You can cook breakfast, too
  • W.D. (Bill) Casey
  • My brother's last ride
  • Sloan Matthews
  • Getting stuck on a pony
  • Shooting a wife
  • M.C. Orr
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : down in the delta with Alan Lomax .
  • John loses the race
  • Jack guesses what is under the pot
  • The preacher and his hogs
  • The preacher who could always be trapped by women
  • "Buck Asa" Ulisses Jefferson
  • The woman who couldn't count
  • The lady and her three daughters
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : in prison and at home with "Clear Rock".
  • Watermelon story
  • Cat story
  • Music for me to run by
  • The leaky house
  • Mose "Clear Rock" Platt
  • Ridden by a witch
  • Living in a haunted house
  • Aunt Molly Jackson
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : Aunt Molly Jackson, playing, courting, witches, ghosts, and lies.
  • My first dance
  • How we entertained ourselves : songs, rhymes, toasts
  • An unreasonable lie : the land of the Yeahoes
  • Courting hungry
  • Churning up the devil
  • Becoming a witch and undoing spells
  • The witch and the witch doctor
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : on the range with J. Frank Dobie.
  • My father prays
  • Hilo!
  • Beef and tallow
  • J. Frank Dobie
  • Sounds that listen
  • Natural haints
  • The scarecrow dream
  • Ellis Ogle
  • The Yankee and Marcum
  • Burl Hammons
  • The thing on the bridge
  • The vanishing hitchhiker
  • Newton Downey
  • The three knocks : a grandmother's ghost
  • v. 2. Legendary America.
  • Lillian Doane
  • The visions of Lloyd Chandler
  • Garrett Chandler
  • Witches
  • Quincy Higgins
  • The spider witch
  • Leozie Smith
  • Nightmare ridden
  • The preachers and the spooks
  • John Jackson
  • The wolf boy
  • Fairy forms
  • Margaret Sullivan
  • Banshees and ghosts
  • Father Sarsfield O'Sullivan
  • Raising the dead : the Nephite on the road
  • Dr. and Mrs. Norman Freestone
  • The orphan girl that died
  • The child and the snake
  • Lula Davis
  • A haunted house
  • Laurie Hance
  • Lights that listen
  • Vernon "Shorty" Allen
  • The peach tree deer
  • Bill Robinson
  • Cornered by a polar bear
  • Michael Bruick
  • A land-loving catfish
  • Doc McConnell
  • The biggest liar in the state
  • Tillman Cadle
  • Swinging pigs
  • v. 2. Tall tale America.
  • Lee Webb
  • The roguish cow
  • Gaines Kilgore
  • The night the lamp flame froze
  • Mary Celestia Parler
  • The gun ain't loaded
  • Frank Mahaffey
  • Paul Bunyon on Round River
  • Perry Allen
  • Paul Bunyon moves in circles again
  • Bill McBride
  • A liars' contest
  • five residents of the California camps
  • My three favorite lies
  • The preacher and the bully
  • Lula Davis
  • Baptists and Presbyterians
  • The Devilists' revival
  • Joan Moser
  • Jamie the mountain lion
  • Margaret Chase
  • Pedro de Urdemalas and the plums
  • Pedro de Urdedmalas and the pigs
  • The indito and his wives
  • v. 2. Jokes.
  • The indito and the banker
  • Arthur L. Campa
  • Unwatering the mine
  • Tom the burro
  • Burros and beechnut
  • Levette Jay Davidson
  • Willie and the devil
  • Old One-Eye
  • Gaines Kilgore
  • J. Golden Kimball in his native language
  • Dividing the dead
  • Hector Lee
  • Counting the wrong fish
  • John Persons
  • I love ewe
  • Sports as markers
  • Archer Gilfillan
  • John and Old Mistress's nightgown
  • John and the bear
  • John and the coon
  • John Davis
  • Ellis Ogle
  • Monkey and Buzzard
  • Twenty-five roosters and one hen
  • Thinning corn
  • That's the one
  • Cora Jackson
  • The cook
  • Paul E. Young
  • A mountain wedding
  • Uncle Alec Dunford
  • Two at the gate
  • Possums and pigs
  • The biggest liar in the state
  • He'll have to swim
  • Cold as hell /Son House
  • Mary Celestia Parker
  • Gaillum, Singo, et Moliseau
  • Barry Jean Ancelet
  • Show me your paw
  • Caroline Spurlock Ancelet
  • Skullbone
  • Debra Anderson
  • La mata de higo =
  • The fig tree
  • Ziomara Andux
  • v. 2. Passing it on : stories for children.
  • Señorita Martinez Cucuracha y Señor Ratoncito Pérez =
  • Miss Martinez Cockroach and Mr. Pérez Mouse
  • Evelila Andux
  • Antonio, cortador de leñal =
  • Antonio the woodcutter
  • Martin Noriega
  • The fox, the rabbit, and the tarbaby
  • E.L. Smith
  • The tarbaby
  • Cora Jackson
  • The girl who didn't mind her mother
  • Jack and the beanstalk
  • Wilbur Roberts
  • Little Nippy
  • Lee Wallin
  • Eartha M.M. White
  • The crooked old man
  • Bascom Lamar Lunsford
  • Grown toe
  • Glen Muncy Anderson
  • The forty-mile jumper
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : Native American visions.
  • The old woman's vision
  • Amoneeta Sequoyah
  • The blackfish
  • George Young (Doctor Stepping Fast)
  • How the terrapin got scars on his shell
  • George Griffith
  • Lee Winniford
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : slavery days and the Civil War.
  • Romey Howard : freedom in the grave
  • Romey Howard : fresh meat tonight
  • E.L. Smith
  • Remembering slavery
  • Laura Smalley
  • The sisters and the renegades
  • Great-Aunt Becky's beau
  • Jake Sutton
  • Trying to mix liquor and laughs
  • The biggest bear that's ever been killed
  • James L. Huskey
  • Trials of a dog driver
  • Charles Carter
  • I'm still here : healing at home
  • I'm a man too : fights every night
  • Vories Moreau
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : struggles with nature and neighbors.
  • Dream no more
  • Maggie Hammons Parker
  • She saved the children
  • Mary Eva Baker
  • The one-legged Indian
  • Dominick Gallagher
  • Panther Bill
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : Dust Bowl tales.
  • Dust Bowl refugees
  • The man on the road
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Indians, locusts, floods, and dust : an Okie family saga
  • Flora Robertson
  • v. 2. Folktales in the making, the September 11 Project.
  • September 11 in Iowa City, Iowa
  • Janet Freeman
  • September 11 in Red Hook, Brooklyn
  • Heaven in the middle of hell
  • Christian Regenhard
  • Lillie Haws
Control code
607163470
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1 online resource (2 volumes)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317477235
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Electronic reproduction.
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Label
American folktales : from the collections of the Library of Congress, Carl Lindahl, editor ; foreword by Peggy A. Bulger
Publication
Antecedent source
file reproduced from original
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The mad king
  • The bean tree
  • Little Dicky Whigburn
  • Samuel Harmon
  • Catskins
  • Alberta Harmon and Samuel Harmon
  • Old black dog
  • Alberta Harmon
  • When my mother told Jack tales
  • Jack and the giants' newground
  • v. 1. The nation's most celebrated storytelling family : the Hickses and the Harmons.
  • Jack and the drill
  • Jack and the varmints
  • Jack and the bull
  • Jack and the doctor's girl
  • Jack and the northwest wind
  • Jack and one of his hunting trips
  • Old Fire Dragaman
  • Love : a riddle tale
  • Jack and the heifer hide
  • Maud Long
  • How I bought and stole my wife
  • Jack and the river
  • Daron Douglas
  • Hooray for Old Sloosha!
  • Feathers in her hair
  • Roby Monroe Hicks
  • The Yape
  • Buna Hicks
  • Jack and the robbers
  • The unicorn and the wild boar
  • The witch woman on the stone mountain on the Tennessee side
  • Telling tales to my grandkids
  • Grinding at the mill
  • Mule eggs
  • Ray Hicks
  • The great pumpkin
  • Giant mosquitoes
  • Jack, Tom, and Will
  • The marriage of the king's daughter
  • Stiff Dick
  • The witch and the donkey
  • The lady and the fairy
  • Little Red Night Cap
  • Old Graybeard
  • Shiver and shake
  • Rob Haww
  • One thing the devil can't do
  • Sara Cleveland
  • v. 1. Sara Cleveland : Irish American tales from Brant Lake, New York.
  • Finn MacCool and the rocks
  • Black horses
  • Telling fortunes with cards
  • Spiritualism and fortune telling
  • Pull, God damn you, pull!
  • The kiln is burning
  • Baby's gone
  • Brother Bear meets man
  • Brother Bear and Brother Deer hold a meeting
  • The devil's daughter
  • Where um-hum came from
  • Skin, don't you know me?
  • The great watermelon
  • Pull me up, Simon
  • Brother Bill, the wild cowboy
  • J.D. Suggs
  • v. 1. J.D. Suggs : itinerant master.
  • How I learned my tales
  • Mr. Snake and the farmer
  • Buzzard goes to Europe
  • Monkey apes his master
  • Efan outruns the Lord
  • Mr. Fox and Mr. Deer
  • Brother Rabbit rides Brother Bear
  • The haunted sloop
  • Groans, gold, dreams, and the devil
  • Joshua Alley
  • v. 1. Joshua Alley : down-east tales from Jonesport, Maine.
  • The bear's tale
  • Man Warren Beal and the Indians
  • Wrestling the chief
  • Chute's wedge trick
  • Dodging the wolves
  • Open, saysem
  • The murderers
  • v. 1. Will "Gillie" Gilchrist : tales of injustice in the urban South.
  • Robbed, and taken for a thief
  • More cop trouble
  • Courtroom trouble
  • More courtroom trouble
  • Cop, courtroom, and jail trouble
  • Will "Gillie" Gilchrist
  • The tarnished star
  • Tailipoe
  • (1955)
  • Tailipoe
  • (2001)
  • Jane Muncy Fugate
  • v. 1. Jane Muncy Fugate : healing tales for a mountain child and troubled adults.
  • How I learned my tales
  • Merrywise
  • One-my-darling
  • Old Greasybeard
  • The king's well
  • Rawhead and Bloodybones
  • The three sillies
  • Sam Hill
  • Hard times in the Toyah country
  • Annie Agnes Kingston
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : out West with John A. Lomax. I don't know how to run
  • Joseph Graham
  • You can cook breakfast, too
  • W.D. (Bill) Casey
  • My brother's last ride
  • Sloan Matthews
  • Getting stuck on a pony
  • Shooting a wife
  • M.C. Orr
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : down in the delta with Alan Lomax .
  • John loses the race
  • Jack guesses what is under the pot
  • The preacher and his hogs
  • The preacher who could always be trapped by women
  • "Buck Asa" Ulisses Jefferson
  • The woman who couldn't count
  • The lady and her three daughters
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : in prison and at home with "Clear Rock".
  • Watermelon story
  • Cat story
  • Music for me to run by
  • The leaky house
  • Mose "Clear Rock" Platt
  • Ridden by a witch
  • Living in a haunted house
  • Aunt Molly Jackson
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : Aunt Molly Jackson, playing, courting, witches, ghosts, and lies.
  • My first dance
  • How we entertained ourselves : songs, rhymes, toasts
  • An unreasonable lie : the land of the Yeahoes
  • Courting hungry
  • Churning up the devil
  • Becoming a witch and undoing spells
  • The witch and the witch doctor
  • v. 2. Nation's most celebrated folklore collectors, John A. and Alan Lomax : on the range with J. Frank Dobie.
  • My father prays
  • Hilo!
  • Beef and tallow
  • J. Frank Dobie
  • Sounds that listen
  • Natural haints
  • The scarecrow dream
  • Ellis Ogle
  • The Yankee and Marcum
  • Burl Hammons
  • The thing on the bridge
  • The vanishing hitchhiker
  • Newton Downey
  • The three knocks : a grandmother's ghost
  • v. 2. Legendary America.
  • Lillian Doane
  • The visions of Lloyd Chandler
  • Garrett Chandler
  • Witches
  • Quincy Higgins
  • The spider witch
  • Leozie Smith
  • Nightmare ridden
  • The preachers and the spooks
  • John Jackson
  • The wolf boy
  • Fairy forms
  • Margaret Sullivan
  • Banshees and ghosts
  • Father Sarsfield O'Sullivan
  • Raising the dead : the Nephite on the road
  • Dr. and Mrs. Norman Freestone
  • The orphan girl that died
  • The child and the snake
  • Lula Davis
  • A haunted house
  • Laurie Hance
  • Lights that listen
  • Vernon "Shorty" Allen
  • The peach tree deer
  • Bill Robinson
  • Cornered by a polar bear
  • Michael Bruick
  • A land-loving catfish
  • Doc McConnell
  • The biggest liar in the state
  • Tillman Cadle
  • Swinging pigs
  • v. 2. Tall tale America.
  • Lee Webb
  • The roguish cow
  • Gaines Kilgore
  • The night the lamp flame froze
  • Mary Celestia Parler
  • The gun ain't loaded
  • Frank Mahaffey
  • Paul Bunyon on Round River
  • Perry Allen
  • Paul Bunyon moves in circles again
  • Bill McBride
  • A liars' contest
  • five residents of the California camps
  • My three favorite lies
  • The preacher and the bully
  • Lula Davis
  • Baptists and Presbyterians
  • The Devilists' revival
  • Joan Moser
  • Jamie the mountain lion
  • Margaret Chase
  • Pedro de Urdemalas and the plums
  • Pedro de Urdedmalas and the pigs
  • The indito and his wives
  • v. 2. Jokes.
  • The indito and the banker
  • Arthur L. Campa
  • Unwatering the mine
  • Tom the burro
  • Burros and beechnut
  • Levette Jay Davidson
  • Willie and the devil
  • Old One-Eye
  • Gaines Kilgore
  • J. Golden Kimball in his native language
  • Dividing the dead
  • Hector Lee
  • Counting the wrong fish
  • John Persons
  • I love ewe
  • Sports as markers
  • Archer Gilfillan
  • John and Old Mistress's nightgown
  • John and the bear
  • John and the coon
  • John Davis
  • Ellis Ogle
  • Monkey and Buzzard
  • Twenty-five roosters and one hen
  • Thinning corn
  • That's the one
  • Cora Jackson
  • The cook
  • Paul E. Young
  • A mountain wedding
  • Uncle Alec Dunford
  • Two at the gate
  • Possums and pigs
  • The biggest liar in the state
  • He'll have to swim
  • Cold as hell /Son House
  • Mary Celestia Parker
  • Gaillum, Singo, et Moliseau
  • Barry Jean Ancelet
  • Show me your paw
  • Caroline Spurlock Ancelet
  • Skullbone
  • Debra Anderson
  • La mata de higo =
  • The fig tree
  • Ziomara Andux
  • v. 2. Passing it on : stories for children.
  • Señorita Martinez Cucuracha y Señor Ratoncito Pérez =
  • Miss Martinez Cockroach and Mr. Pérez Mouse
  • Evelila Andux
  • Antonio, cortador de leñal =
  • Antonio the woodcutter
  • Martin Noriega
  • The fox, the rabbit, and the tarbaby
  • E.L. Smith
  • The tarbaby
  • Cora Jackson
  • The girl who didn't mind her mother
  • Jack and the beanstalk
  • Wilbur Roberts
  • Little Nippy
  • Lee Wallin
  • Eartha M.M. White
  • The crooked old man
  • Bascom Lamar Lunsford
  • Grown toe
  • Glen Muncy Anderson
  • The forty-mile jumper
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : Native American visions.
  • The old woman's vision
  • Amoneeta Sequoyah
  • The blackfish
  • George Young (Doctor Stepping Fast)
  • How the terrapin got scars on his shell
  • George Griffith
  • Lee Winniford
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : slavery days and the Civil War.
  • Romey Howard : freedom in the grave
  • Romey Howard : fresh meat tonight
  • E.L. Smith
  • Remembering slavery
  • Laura Smalley
  • The sisters and the renegades
  • Great-Aunt Becky's beau
  • Jake Sutton
  • Trying to mix liquor and laughs
  • The biggest bear that's ever been killed
  • James L. Huskey
  • Trials of a dog driver
  • Charles Carter
  • I'm still here : healing at home
  • I'm a man too : fights every night
  • Vories Moreau
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : struggles with nature and neighbors.
  • Dream no more
  • Maggie Hammons Parker
  • She saved the children
  • Mary Eva Baker
  • The one-legged Indian
  • Dominick Gallagher
  • Panther Bill
  • v. 2. Voicing the past, tales tracing the paths of American history : Dust Bowl tales.
  • Dust Bowl refugees
  • The man on the road
  • Woody Guthrie
  • Indians, locusts, floods, and dust : an Okie family saga
  • Flora Robertson
  • v. 2. Folktales in the making, the September 11 Project.
  • September 11 in Iowa City, Iowa
  • Janet Freeman
  • September 11 in Red Hook, Brooklyn
  • Heaven in the middle of hell
  • Christian Regenhard
  • Lillie Haws
Control code
607163470
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317477235
Level of compression
  • lossless
  • lossy
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Reformatting quality
  • preservation
  • access
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)607163470
System details
Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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