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Author: Benjamin Albert Botkin
Publisher: Norman, The University of Oklahoma Press 1929-32.
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Folk-say.
Norman, The University of Oklahoma Press 1929-32
(OCoLC)946206056
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Albert Botkin
OCLC Number: 5307079
Notes: Title of v. 4 reads: Folk-say, the land is ours.
Edited by B.A. Botkin.
On cover of 1929 edition: Publications of the Oklahoma Folk-lore Society. No. 1.
Edition for 1929 includes music.
No more published.
Description: 4 volumes illustrations 24 cm
Contents: Vol. II. Carved on a rock / William Haskell Simpson --
The house of the sky / Ina Sizer Cassidy --
Red canyons / Leonora F. Curtin --
In favor of soil / Norman Macleod --
Deep red / Ross McLaury --
The wind / Frank Neff and William Henry --
Tales of an Oklahoma geologist / Charles N. Gould --
Back home in Indiana / as told by Cliff Frank to B.A. Botkin --
A Hopi visit to California / Frank G. Applegate --
Apocrypha of Billy the Kid / Maurice G. Fulton --
A song of the pipeline / Daniel M. Garrison --
Tent-rep / Winifred Johnston --
Flete / S. Omar Barker --
Threshing-crew woman / H.L. Davis --
Witch-bird's tail / Christy MacKaye --
Fern seed--for peace / Ruth Bass --
Folk beliefs in the Ozark Hills / Charles Morrow Wilson --
"You can't tell about the weather" / Walter R. Smith --
Pioneer medicine in New Mexico / L.S.M. Curtin --
The witch / Paul Horgan --
The buried treasure of Cochiti / Frank G. Applegate --
Bluebird / Arvia MacKaye --
"Riddle me, riddle me, riddle me ree" / L.W. Chappell --
"Cornstalk fiddle and a buckeye bow" / Josiah H. Combs --
Uncle John Fiddler / Marion Morse MacKaye --
The pioneer dance / Della I. Young --
The Oklahoma Literary Society / as told by W.L. Wilkerson to B.A. Botkin --
Dark of the moon / Sterling A. Brown --
Chain gang chant / Waring Cuney --
Two blues / Lewis Alexander --
Wider river / Langston Hughes --
American folk / Mary Austin --
Home learning / Louise Pound --
Human occupations / Carl Sandburg --
Provincialism / J. Frank Dobie --
Handicraft / Philip Stevenson --
The blues as folk poetry / Sterling A. Brown --
Folk values in a new medium / Alain Locke and Sterling A. Brown --
The speech of the Negro / Guy B. Johnson --
Folk values in recent literature on the Negro / Guy B. Johnson --
The case of folk drama / Winifred Johnston --
The tall tale in America / Frank Shay --
Lynn Riggs and the individual / Henry Roth --
John Rollin Ridge and the autochthonous in poetry / Maurice Kelley --
American Indian literature / Erna Gunther --
Aboriginal poetry / Archer Taylor --
Steel-drivin' man / Lowery Charles Wimberly --
"The mountainy singer" / Reed Smith --
Back trailing along the Texas border / Ernest Staples Osgood --
The dilemma of western fiction / Philip Stevenson --
Indian idyl / Philip Stevenson --
Cacique and Koshare / Stanley Vestal --
With pride and alarm / Philip Stevenson. Vol. IV. Ancient death / Norman Macleod --
Clues to remembrance / Norman Macleod --
Boy in Wyoming / Solon R. Barber --
Some kind of color / George Milburn --
Heart of my grandfather / John C. Rogers --
They shall return / Nard Jones --
Fort Vásquez / Thomas Hornsby Ferril --
Three poems on erosion / Haniel Long --
Fiesta morning / Spud Johnson --
Mexico / Solon R. Barber --
Stars came closer / Margaret Pond --
Pagan wind / Mary Austin --
Mountains and men / Alice Corbin --
Wind-talk / William Haskell Simpson --
Glyphs / Norman Macleod --
Mud on the hoofs / Virgil Geddes --
The burden of summer / Paul Horgan --
South / John C. Rogers --
White Nigger / Daniel M. Garrison --
Sentimental cross-country / Moe Bragin --
In the Hudson Valley / Moe Bragin --
Some of a sort / H.H. Lewis --
Son of the soil / H.H. Lewis --
Slough of the country / Robert Webb --
The codder / William Cunningham --
The people's choice / Erskine Caldwell --
Mr. Buntycross / Ed T. Wallace --
Conversion cure / E.M. Berry --
The saga of little Ab Yancey / Vance Randolph --
A pair of blue-speckled dogs / Oscar Brynes --
The devil and the black man / Sterling A. Brown --
Doctor Jeremiah Withero / Jean Thomas --
Sagebrush wedding / Elinore Pruitt Stewart --
Lace / E.P. Conckle --
Paul Bunyan : an American symbol / Pat Morrissette.

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