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The Resource American folk tales and songs : and other examples of English-American tradition as preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and elsewhere in the United States, compiled, with introduction and notes ; [drawings by Joshua Tolford ; music edited with the assistance of Raymond Kane McLain, Annabel Morris Buchanan, and John Powell]

American folk tales and songs : and other examples of English-American tradition as preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and elsewhere in the United States, compiled, with introduction and notes ; [drawings by Joshua Tolford ; music edited with the assistance of Raymond Kane McLain, Annabel Morris Buchanan, and John Powell]

Label
American folk tales and songs : and other examples of English-American tradition as preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and elsewhere in the United States
Title
American folk tales and songs
Title remainder
and other examples of English-American tradition as preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and elsewhere in the United States
Statement of responsibility
compiled, with introduction and notes ; [drawings by Joshua Tolford ; music edited with the assistance of Raymond Kane McLain, Annabel Morris Buchanan, and John Powell]
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The humor, hardships and traditions of the Southern Appalachian Mountains are represented in stories and songs in the American folk tradition
Cataloging source
DLC
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1904-1988
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Chase, Richard
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Tolford, Joshua
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Folklore
  • Folk songs, English
  • Folk music
  • Folklore
  • Folk songs, English
  • Folk music
  • Folklore
  • Chansons folkloriques anglaises
  • Folklore
  • Folk music
  • Folk songs, English
  • Folklore
  • United States
  • Folklore
  • Folk music
  • English folk songs
Label
American folk tales and songs : and other examples of English-American tradition as preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and elsewhere in the United States, compiled, with introduction and notes ; [drawings by Joshua Tolford ; music edited with the assistance of Raymond Kane McLain, Annabel Morris Buchanan, and John Powell]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Includes unacc. melodies, in part with shape-note notation
  • Reprint of the 1956 ed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Songs as sung by Ora Canter
  • Games and country dances
  • Fiddle tunes
  • Odds and ends
  • Ancient tales
  • Five Jack tales
  • Fool Irishman tales
  • Tall tales
  • Ballads
  • Songs
  • Hymns
  • Songs to sing your children
  • Ancient tales. Wicked John and the Devil ; Rush Cape ; Jesus to supper ; Mister Fox ; Pack down the big chest ; The man in the kraut tub ; The wicked stepmother ; The king and Robert Hood's horny beast-es ; Catching a thief ; The big toe ; The haunted house -- Five Jack tales. Jack and the witches ; Jack and Old Tush ; Jack and the old rich man ; Jack and the talking crow ; Jack and Old Strongman -- Fool Irishman tales. Pat and the mule eggs ; Pat and the fire engines ; Pat and the rattlesnake ; Pat and the city-billies ; The Irishman and the fiddle ; The seven Irishmen -- Tall tales. The norther and the frogs ; The split dog ; The hickory toothpick ; Old Hide and Taller ; The roguish cow ; The snakebit hoehandle ; Big John Bolling and the Indians -- Ballads. The Devil's questions ; The cambric shirt ; The two ravens ; Lady Gay ; Home came the old man ; The merry golden tree ; Nickety nackety ; Bold Robin Hood ; Old Bangum and the boar ; The little Mohee ; The rich old lady ; Locks and bolts -- Songs. The Darby ram ; The deaf woman's courtship ; Lolly too dum ; The bashful courtship ; Clinch Mountain ; The miller's will ; The gambling suitor ; Sourwood Mountain ; Paddy O'Doyle ; At the foot of yonder mountain ; Devilish Mary ; The riddle song ; Johnny's gone to Hilo -- Hymns. The garden hymn ; Wondrous love ; The wayfaring stranger ; Jesus walked in Galilee ; Oh Lord, how long? ; Over yonders ocean -- Songs to sing your children. Fiddle-i-fee ; The swapping song ; The old gray goose is dead ; Cock Robin -- Songs as sung by Ora Canter. Johnny Jarmanie ; The wagoners' lad ; The little family ; Will the weaver ; The old woman all skin and bones -- Games and country dances. Granny London tells about old times ; We're marchin' round the levee ; Skip to my Lou ; The Tennessee wagon wheel ; Molly Brooks -- Fiddle tunes. I love somebody, yes I do ; Give the fiddler a dram ; Old Salt River ; Natchez on the hill -- Odds and ends. The bedtime prayer ; A field trip ; How to plan crops ; Old Brindle ; Love verses ; Deaths on Three-Mile Creek: 1841-1915 ; Jokes -- Amateur collector's guide
Control code
159341
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
239 pages
Isbn
9780486226927
Lccn
72140231
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)159341
Label
American folk tales and songs : and other examples of English-American tradition as preserved in the Appalachian Mountains and elsewhere in the United States, compiled, with introduction and notes ; [drawings by Joshua Tolford ; music edited with the assistance of Raymond Kane McLain, Annabel Morris Buchanan, and John Powell]
Publication
Note
  • Includes unacc. melodies, in part with shape-note notation
  • Reprint of the 1956 ed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Songs as sung by Ora Canter
  • Games and country dances
  • Fiddle tunes
  • Odds and ends
  • Ancient tales
  • Five Jack tales
  • Fool Irishman tales
  • Tall tales
  • Ballads
  • Songs
  • Hymns
  • Songs to sing your children
  • Ancient tales. Wicked John and the Devil ; Rush Cape ; Jesus to supper ; Mister Fox ; Pack down the big chest ; The man in the kraut tub ; The wicked stepmother ; The king and Robert Hood's horny beast-es ; Catching a thief ; The big toe ; The haunted house -- Five Jack tales. Jack and the witches ; Jack and Old Tush ; Jack and the old rich man ; Jack and the talking crow ; Jack and Old Strongman -- Fool Irishman tales. Pat and the mule eggs ; Pat and the fire engines ; Pat and the rattlesnake ; Pat and the city-billies ; The Irishman and the fiddle ; The seven Irishmen -- Tall tales. The norther and the frogs ; The split dog ; The hickory toothpick ; Old Hide and Taller ; The roguish cow ; The snakebit hoehandle ; Big John Bolling and the Indians -- Ballads. The Devil's questions ; The cambric shirt ; The two ravens ; Lady Gay ; Home came the old man ; The merry golden tree ; Nickety nackety ; Bold Robin Hood ; Old Bangum and the boar ; The little Mohee ; The rich old lady ; Locks and bolts -- Songs. The Darby ram ; The deaf woman's courtship ; Lolly too dum ; The bashful courtship ; Clinch Mountain ; The miller's will ; The gambling suitor ; Sourwood Mountain ; Paddy O'Doyle ; At the foot of yonder mountain ; Devilish Mary ; The riddle song ; Johnny's gone to Hilo -- Hymns. The garden hymn ; Wondrous love ; The wayfaring stranger ; Jesus walked in Galilee ; Oh Lord, how long? ; Over yonders ocean -- Songs to sing your children. Fiddle-i-fee ; The swapping song ; The old gray goose is dead ; Cock Robin -- Songs as sung by Ora Canter. Johnny Jarmanie ; The wagoners' lad ; The little family ; Will the weaver ; The old woman all skin and bones -- Games and country dances. Granny London tells about old times ; We're marchin' round the levee ; Skip to my Lou ; The Tennessee wagon wheel ; Molly Brooks -- Fiddle tunes. I love somebody, yes I do ; Give the fiddler a dram ; Old Salt River ; Natchez on the hill -- Odds and ends. The bedtime prayer ; A field trip ; How to plan crops ; Old Brindle ; Love verses ; Deaths on Three-Mile Creek: 1841-1915 ; Jokes -- Amateur collector's guide
Control code
159341
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
239 pages
Isbn
9780486226927
Lccn
72140231
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)159341

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