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The Greenwood Library of American folktales

Author: Thomas A Green
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2006.
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Arranged by geographical regions, an anthology of American folktales offers legends, myths, folktalkes, jokes, and personal experiences.
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Greenwood Library of American folktales.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2006
(DLC) 2006022952
(OCoLC)70707725
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas A Green
ISBN: 0313080879 9780313080876 0313080887 9780313080883 0313080895 9780313080890 0313080909 9780313080906 9780313080852 0313080852
OCLC Number: 143594938
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (4 volumes)
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.
Contents: Vol. 1 : The Northeast, the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic. The Northeast. The making of the world --
Glooscap --
Gluska'be steals summer for the people, escapes from the crows, and overcomes winter --
Black cat and the sable --
Grandmother O-ne-ha-tah, Mother Oo-kwa-e, and the lost boy --
How money cove got its name --
The Mohawks on the war-path --
Ga'na'a's adventures among the Cherokee --
The thunderers --
Thursday off --
Little girl, mama Glau, and humming-bird --
Froth of water --
Rose --
Wolf of the greenwood --
How Jack went to seek his fortune --
How Jack went to seek his fortune (version b) --
How Jack went to seek his fortune (version c) --
Gluska'be the deceiver --
The fight with the giant witch --
The disobedient boy who became a prince --
The three brothers and the hag --
Rusty Jack --
Three men of Galway --
Nobleman and his cook --
The little cakeen --
Outwitting the king --
Tim Murphy's escape --
You hear a lot of them things --
The bear ate me --
The popcorn frosts --
The birds take back their feathers ; the insult midstream ; playing dead --
Lazy Maria --
My son Ali --
The forgetful boy --
The secret room --
Dr. B, the witch doctor --
Granny Cobb, the witch --
New Hampshire witches --
Jake Strauss --
Tijaiha the sorceror --
American vampires --
Ghost legends of the Blue Mountains --
Supernatural legends of Chappaquiddick --
Granny Steel --
The vanishing hitch-hiker and the cabbie --
The unseen helpers --
Contempt for his torturers --
Nobleman and the minister --
The song of the coffee pot --
Railway chefs --
The suit the sparrow won --
The twist-mouth family --
The Midwest. The flood --
The origin of vegetation --
Wisa`kä --
Wabasaiy --
Legendary origin of the Kickapoos --
The origin of the Sauks and Foxes --
Muskrat's tail --
How the wildcat got its spots --
Why the deer has a short tail --
Bear maiden --
The chief's daughters --
Aiini --
How the big turtle went on the warpath --
Boxer Davey Day --
Battle with the Comanches --
Cab driver con man --
The orphan and the turkeys --
Fox and wolf --
Manabozho gets scared and takes a journey --
Turtle trying to get credit --
"It was so cold that ..." --
Tradition bearer : John Rivers --
Nebraska weather --
Dividing the chicken --
The traveler --
Providence hole --
Rescue by lightning --
The rolling skull --
A pioneer crossing the Midwest --
General John H. Morgan's raid through southern Indiana --
General John H. Morgan's raid through southern Indiana II : Ripley County --
The mid-Atlantic. Jack-o'-my-lantern --
How the jays saved their souls --
Trouble (rabbit loses his tail) --
Why frog lives in the water --
How the moors came to be in Delaware --
Grandfather's escape to Free Haven --
Jack and the bean-pole --
Tablecloth, donkey, and club --
Above ground and below ground --
The British are coming --
Does a cow have pigs? --
Playing dead twice in the road --
Playing dead twice in the road (variant b) --
Playing dead twice in the road (variant c) --
Playing godfather --
Possum and weasel have a falling out --
How Mr. Hare proved that Mr. Fox was his riding horse --
Dog and dog-head --
Getting rid of the overseer --
Rabbit, fox, and the tarbaby --
Take my place --
Rabbit escapes from the pea patch --
In the bee tree --
Brer Rabbit dines on Brer Wolf --
In liquor --
Rabbit seeks meat --
Lion brooks no rival --
The watcher tricked --
Voice above --
Three ends --
Three more fools --
Chair on his head --
Moon cheese : two Irishmen at the well --
Where's Mr. McGinnis? --
The race --
Dividing the souls --
First out --
First out (variant b) --
The single ball --
The traveling preacher at the haunted house --
The dismembered ghost --
The black dog of the blue ridge --
Husband tells of treasure --
The thief at the haunted house --
Mr. Peacock and the deadly ghost. Vol. 2 : The South, the Caribbean. The South. Cures of a Maryland witch --
Curing a bewitched cow --
Binding a dog --
Out of her skin --
Out of their skins --
The snake-wife --
The doe with a ring --
Woman cat --
The brothers who married witches --
Trapping a hag --
Keeping off witches --
Mark Flaherty --
Vengeance on a witch rider --
The captive witch wife --
Witch's apprentice --
Death by conjuring --
The six witches --
Battling witches --
Mate to the devil --
Soul or sole --
Judgment day --
Going to heaven --
The lord and Langton --
To torment already --
Rank --
Kanati and Selu : the origin of corn and game --
The origin of corn --
The man who invented fire --
Origin of the Alabama Indians --
When Mr. Pine Tree and Mr. Oak Tree fall out --
Why the people tote Brer Rabbit foot in their pocket --
Origin of the bear : the ear songs --
How come Brer Bear sleep in the winter --
How come Mr. Buzzard to have a bald head --
The rattlesnake's vengeance --
How come pigs can see the wind --
Why Mr. Owl can't sing --
When Brer Rabbit saw Brer Dog's mouth so Brer Dog can whistle --
Ol' rabbit an' de dawg he stole --
Allen Chesser's initiation : the bear fight --
The wine, the farm, the princess and the tarbaby --
The tar baby --
The rabbit and the Frenchman --
Mr. Deer's my riding horse --
Rabbit rides wolf --
On horseback --
Incriminating the other fellow --
Playing godfather --
How Brer Rabbit practice medicine --
When Brer Wolf have his corn shucking --
The sack of peas and the mule --
The Irishman and the pumpkin --
The sea tick and the Irishman --
Shooting grasshoppers --
The fox and the wolf --
When Brer Rabbit was presidin' elder --
Jack the giant killer --
How Brer Fox dream he eat Brer 'Possum --
Brer Rabbit's cool air swing --
The lion and the unicorn --
When Brer 'Possum attend Miss Fox's house-party --
The tasks of rabbit --
When Brer Rabbit help Brer Terrapin --
Rabbit kills big man-eater --
Rabbit and big man-eater --
How the deer obtained his horns --
Rabbit fools alligator --
Rabbit gets a turkey for wildcat --
When Brer Frog give a big dining --
Bouqui and Lapin : the smokehouse --
Jean Sot feeds cows needles --
Jean Sot kills the duck --
Jean Sot and the cowhide --
Lazy Jack and his calf skin --
Ti jean cannot tell a lie --
Boudreaux and the cottonmouth --
Cajun cockfight --
'Coon in the box --
The buck fight --
A sight of alligators --
Lies too far apart --
The Arkansas shakes --
Voices in the frying pan --
The bent gun --
The marvelous potato --
The king and old George Buchanan --
Jack and the beanstalk --
Old Bluebeard --
Old Bluebeard (variant b) --
Hardy Hardback --
How Brer Rabbit bring dust out of the rock --
Rabbit steals fire --
Whiteberry Whittington --
Old foster --
Why the spider never got in the ark --
The Spanish moss --
Hellhound comes for a drunkard --
Sol Lockheart's call --
Where did Adam hide? --
Possessed of two spirits --
Miller's witch wife --
Phoebe Ward, witch --
A bewitched churning --
The raven mocker --
The witch and the boiler --
A bewitched gun --
The bell witch --
Avenging ghosts --
The rich ghost --
Return of the ghost wife --
Riders pursued by ghosts --
The mysterious deer --
The bride of the evil one --
The chosen suitor : the forbidden room --
The haunted house --
Race with a ghost --
The ghost of Alex --
The spirit defenders of Nïkwäsï' --
Jim Johns and the tiger --
When Mr. Terrapin went riding on the clouds --
Are you man? --
The grease girl --
All dressed up and no place to go --
The talking eggs --
Your horse stays outside --
The Caribbean. Adam and Eve --
Brother rabbit an' brother tar-baby --
Nancy and the honey tree --
Brother elephant and brother whale --
Why rabbit has a short tail --
Playing mourner --
Cock's breakfast --
The origin of woman --
Brave little tailor --
Brave little tailor (variant b) --
Nancy fools his wife --
Annancy and the yam hills --
Tradition bearer : Samuel Carrington --
Samuel Carrington (variant b) --
Samuel Carrington (variant c) : the give-away --
Brother rabbit, brother booky, and brother cow --
Brother rabbit, brother booky, and brother cow (variant b) --
The sperrit house --
Bale of cotton or bag of salt --
Mr. Hard time --
John the fool and John the smart --
Anansi and the lady in the well --
Magic flight --
The three sons --
The chosen suitor --
The big worm --
The night beauty --
Under the green old oak tree --
The old woman and her child --
Rescued from the loups garous by Loa Saint James --
A zange disguises as a snake --
A loup garou disguises as a beggar --
The Solomon cycle --
De story of de man and six poached eggs --
Education for a carpenter's son --
Dayday Agastin --
The girl and the fish --
Original versions. Ol' rabbit an' de dawg he stole --
Allen Chesser's initiation : the bear fight --
Mr. Deer's my riding horse --
Incriminating the other fellow --
Where did Adam hide? --
The chosen suitor : the forbidden room --
La graisse --
Brother elephant and brother whale --
The origin of woman --
Seeking trouble --
Seeking trouble (variant b) --
Seeking trouble (variant c) --
The big worm --
The girl and the fish. Vol. 3 : The Southwest, the Plains and plateau, the West. The Southwest. Origin of Acoma --
Origin of the Apaches --
Origin of the animals --
Origin of fire --
How sheep and horses and burros came to the Zuni --
Noqoílpi, the gambler : a Navajo myth --
The antelope boy --
The hero twins --
How the twins of war and chance fared with the unborn-made men of the underworld --
How the twins visited the sun --
How the twins killed the giant elk --
How Tiyo punished man-eagle --
Elfego Baca --
Booger red --
The turkey herd --
History of a buffalo hunter --
Victorio's raid --
Range life in Texas --
The Adams diggings --
Them petrified buzzards --
Meteor hell! : Cicero done it --
The coyote and the woodpecker --
Some of coyote's adventures --
Tales of fox --
Witch flights --
Witches discovered --
Curanderas and brujas --
Tradition bearer : Sam Stewart --
The ghost penitente --
The Plains and plateau. Origin of the universe --
Arikara creation --
Coyote's theft of fire --
The cannibal and his wives --
How the whites became rich --
Crossing the plains from Kentucky --
Young men who killed the horned serpent and released the buffalo --
The stone boy --
The story of no tongue --
The further adventures of no tongue --
Long tail and spotted body rescue their nephews who become the twin monster killers --
The two boys who slew the monsters and became stars --
Bill Foscett --
Mathew "Bones" Hooks, cowboy --
Coyote and the buffalo --
The eye-juggler --
Joke on Jake --
He-man from the West --
The three nephites --
A wonderful testimony --
Ziegler's conversion --
One of the three nephites brings a special spiritual message --
Miraculous healing by one of the three nephites --
Legend of the Teton Sioux medicine pipe --
The woman with a bear lover --
Magical flight --
Ghost wife --
Two faces --
The West. Silver fox creates the world and humans --
Creation of man --
The making of the world --
The creation of the Indians --
A giant's rock-throwing --
How Milu became the king of ghosts --
The theft of fire --
How the Saboba people came to California --
Legend of the breadfruit tree --
The bride from the underworld --
The adventures of Haininu and Baumegwesu --
Kampuaa legends : legends of the hog god --
Centipede --
Centipede --
The theft of pine nuts --
Prairie falcon's contest with meadowlark --
Coyote and the grizzly bears --
How the coyote married his daughter --
Coyote and wolf --
Coyote and the sun --
Hell, Bob and me planted 'em --
Pele's long sleep --
Meeting with Wovoka --
The man who brought water to Atami --
Coyote and his sister Robin --
Walking skeleton --
Walking skeleton --
Walking skeleton. Vol. 4 : The Northwest, cyberspace. The Northwest. The giver creates the world --
Arrow young men : creation of the world --
Fable of the animals --
Origin of fire --
The theft of fire --
Coyote arranges the seasons of the year --
Coyote frees the salmon --
The origin of the seasons and of the mountains --
The origin of death --
The Xudele --
Origin of the Adlet and the Whiteman --
The origin of the narwhal --
The woman who married a dog --
Recovering the sun --
Brother and sister --
The sad woman --
The first ship seen by the Clatsop --
How the Lee family came to Oregon --
The blue bucket mine --
The children of the dog --
Qauaxsaqssuq --
The giant women --
The girls who married stars --
Hunting exploits of the god K'mukamtch --
The five grizzly bears --
The girl who married her brother --
Coyote and the old woman --
The death of the grizzly bears --
Coyote and raccoon --
Coyote's amorous adventures --
Coyote and pitch --
Coyote and beaver --
The great snowfall --
The fight between the coyote people and the bat people --
Coyote and the stump-man --
The killing of the Dutchman --
Thunder and his son-in-law --
When raven wanted to marry snowbird and fly with the geese --
Blue-jay and his sister --
Robin and bluejay --
The beaver and the woodrat --
The story of skunk --
Big Fred --
The gold brick --
Coyote creates taboos --
The doom of the Katt-a-quins --
The marmot woman --
The visit to the sky --
Legend of Sattik --
Amhuluk, the monster of the mountain pool --
The bewitched wives --
Qautipalung --
The man and woman who became sea-otters --
The brother and sister who became hair-seals --
The woman who was fond of intestines --
The maddest man in town --
Cyperspace. Kentucky Fried Chicken becomes KFC --
John Kerry's medals --
Red bull --
Chronic dehydration --
Spielberg's crusade (parody?) --
Life without black people --
Why we love children --
Mr. Jones' advice --
An act of kindness --
The navy seal and the atheist --
T-bone steak --
Grandmother's revenge --
A patriot's answer to an Iraqi --
Teamster boycott --
Walmart boycott --
Home depot boycott --
How many aggie foremen does it take --
Priceless --
Jane Fonda nomination --
Bush refuses to sell home to blacks --
Attacker in the backseat --
Body part initiation --
Body part initiation (variant 2) --
Body part initiation (variant 3) --
Mall abduction ploys --
Poison perfume --
Perfume mugger --
Restroom kidnapping --
Handshake assault --
Date rape drug --
The chloroformed roommate --
HIV needles --
Poison payphone --
Car jacking scheme --
World Trade Center survivor's son joins the terrorists --
Katrina worker report --
809 scam --
809 scam (variant 2) --
809 scam (variant 3) --
809 scam (variant 4) --
90# scam --
Slavemaster --
Anger management --
Gullibility virus --
The mother of all urban legends --
Organ theft parody --
Finally putting to rest e-mail myths --
George and Saddam --
Death of William Hung --
White substance delays aggie football practice --
Tales from northern Michigan --
Redneck vasectomy --
Toilet paper miracle --
Wanted for attempted murder --
Free Honda --
The rich adolescent's chain letter --
Christians charged for reading Bible in prison --
Procter and Gamble and Liz Claiborne confess to church of Satan on Sally --
"Touched by an angel" cancellation --
The Dalai Lama's instructions for life --
Life lessons --
Hotline to heaven --
Wailing wall --
Black vote cancelled --
Elevator intimidation --
President Bush's IQ --
Ticket rip-off --
The little alligator's problem --
Go to school --
Gasoline company boycott --
E-mail charge --
Neiman-Marcus cookies --
Deadly ball pits --
Money talks --
Terrorist Halloween attacks on malls --
Poisoned Coca-Cola --
Boycott Dunkin Donuts --
7-Eleven terrorism --
Citibank boycott --
American women vs. the Taliban --
Guantanamo bay detainees --
Alligators in the toilet --
Katrina blunders --
Debit card abuse by Katrina victims.
Other Titles: American folktales
Responsibility: edited by Thomas A. Green.

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   schema:description "Vol. 3 : The Southwest, the Plains and plateau, the West. The Southwest. Origin of Acoma -- Origin of the Apaches -- Origin of the animals -- Origin of fire -- How sheep and horses and burros came to the Zuni -- Noqoílpi, the gambler : a Navajo myth -- The antelope boy -- The hero twins -- How the twins of war and chance fared with the unborn-made men of the underworld -- How the twins visited the sun -- How the twins killed the giant elk -- How Tiyo punished man-eagle -- Elfego Baca -- Booger red -- The turkey herd -- History of a buffalo hunter -- Victorio's raid -- Range life in Texas -- The Adams diggings -- Them petrified buzzards -- Meteor hell! : Cicero done it -- The coyote and the woodpecker -- Some of coyote's adventures -- Tales of fox -- Witch flights -- Witches discovered -- Curanderas and brujas -- Tradition bearer : Sam Stewart -- The ghost penitente -- The Plains and plateau. Origin of the universe -- Arikara creation -- Coyote's theft of fire -- The cannibal and his wives -- How the whites became rich -- Crossing the plains from Kentucky -- Young men who killed the horned serpent and released the buffalo -- The stone boy -- The story of no tongue -- The further adventures of no tongue -- Long tail and spotted body rescue their nephews who become the twin monster killers -- The two boys who slew the monsters and became stars -- Bill Foscett -- Mathew "Bones" Hooks, cowboy -- Coyote and the buffalo -- The eye-juggler -- Joke on Jake -- He-man from the West -- The three nephites -- A wonderful testimony -- Ziegler's conversion -- One of the three nephites brings a special spiritual message -- Miraculous healing by one of the three nephites -- Legend of the Teton Sioux medicine pipe -- The woman with a bear lover -- Magical flight -- Ghost wife -- Two faces -- The West. Silver fox creates the world and humans -- Creation of man -- The making of the world -- The creation of the Indians -- A giant's rock-throwing -- How Milu became the king of ghosts -- The theft of fire -- How the Saboba people came to California -- Legend of the breadfruit tree -- The bride from the underworld -- The adventures of Haininu and Baumegwesu -- Kampuaa legends : legends of the hog god -- Centipede -- Centipede -- The theft of pine nuts -- Prairie falcon's contest with meadowlark -- Coyote and the grizzly bears -- How the coyote married his daughter -- Coyote and wolf -- Coyote and the sun -- Hell, Bob and me planted 'em -- Pele's long sleep -- Meeting with Wovoka -- The man who brought water to Atami -- Coyote and his sister Robin -- Walking skeleton -- Walking skeleton -- Walking skeleton."@en ;
   schema:description "Vol. 2 : The South, the Caribbean. The South. Cures of a Maryland witch -- Curing a bewitched cow -- Binding a dog -- Out of her skin -- Out of their skins -- The snake-wife -- The doe with a ring -- Woman cat -- The brothers who married witches -- Trapping a hag -- Keeping off witches -- Mark Flaherty -- Vengeance on a witch rider -- The captive witch wife -- Witch's apprentice -- Death by conjuring -- The six witches -- Battling witches -- Mate to the devil -- Soul or sole -- Judgment day -- Going to heaven -- The lord and Langton -- To torment already -- Rank -- Kanati and Selu : the origin of corn and game -- The origin of corn -- The man who invented fire -- Origin of the Alabama Indians -- When Mr. Pine Tree and Mr. Oak Tree fall out -- Why the people tote Brer Rabbit foot in their pocket -- Origin of the bear : the ear songs -- How come Brer Bear sleep in the winter -- How come Mr. Buzzard to have a bald head -- The rattlesnake's vengeance -- How come pigs can see the wind -- Why Mr. Owl can't sing -- When Brer Rabbit saw Brer Dog's mouth so Brer Dog can whistle -- Ol' rabbit an' de dawg he stole -- Allen Chesser's initiation : the bear fight -- The wine, the farm, the princess and the tarbaby -- The tar baby -- The rabbit and the Frenchman -- Mr. Deer's my riding horse -- Rabbit rides wolf -- On horseback -- Incriminating the other fellow -- Playing godfather -- How Brer Rabbit practice medicine -- When Brer Wolf have his corn shucking -- The sack of peas and the mule -- The Irishman and the pumpkin -- The sea tick and the Irishman -- Shooting grasshoppers -- The fox and the wolf -- When Brer Rabbit was presidin' elder -- Jack the giant killer -- How Brer Fox dream he eat Brer 'Possum -- Brer Rabbit's cool air swing -- The lion and the unicorn -- When Brer 'Possum attend Miss Fox's house-party -- The tasks of rabbit -- When Brer Rabbit help Brer Terrapin -- Rabbit kills big man-eater -- Rabbit and big man-eater -- How the deer obtained his horns -- Rabbit fools alligator -- Rabbit gets a turkey for wildcat -- When Brer Frog give a big dining -- Bouqui and Lapin : the smokehouse -- Jean Sot feeds cows needles -- Jean Sot kills the duck -- Jean Sot and the cowhide -- Lazy Jack and his calf skin -- Ti jean cannot tell a lie -- Boudreaux and the cottonmouth -- Cajun cockfight -- 'Coon in the box -- The buck fight -- A sight of alligators -- Lies too far apart -- The Arkansas shakes -- Voices in the frying pan -- The bent gun -- The marvelous potato -- The king and old George Buchanan -- Jack and the beanstalk -- Old Bluebeard -- Old Bluebeard (variant b) -- Hardy Hardback -- How Brer Rabbit bring dust out of the rock -- Rabbit steals fire -- Whiteberry Whittington -- Old foster -- Why the spider never got in the ark -- The Spanish moss -- Hellhound comes for a drunkard -- Sol Lockheart's call -- Where did Adam hide? -- Possessed of two spirits -- Miller's witch wife -- Phoebe Ward, witch -- A bewitched churning -- The raven mocker -- The witch and the boiler -- A bewitched gun -- The bell witch -- Avenging ghosts -- The rich ghost -- Return of the ghost wife -- Riders pursued by ghosts -- The mysterious deer -- The bride of the evil one -- The chosen suitor : the forbidden room -- The haunted house -- Race with a ghost -- The ghost of Alex -- The spirit defenders of Nïkwäsï' -- Jim Johns and the tiger -- When Mr. Terrapin went riding on the clouds -- Are you man? -- The grease girl -- All dressed up and no place to go -- The talking eggs -- Your horse stays outside -- The Caribbean. Adam and Eve -- Brother rabbit an' brother tar-baby -- Nancy and the honey tree -- Brother elephant and brother whale -- Why rabbit has a short tail -- Playing mourner -- Cock's breakfast -- The origin of woman -- Brave little tailor -- Brave little tailor (variant b) -- Nancy fools his wife -- Annancy and the yam hills -- Tradition bearer : Samuel Carrington -- Samuel Carrington (variant b) -- Samuel Carrington (variant c) : the give-away -- Brother rabbit, brother booky, and brother cow -- Brother rabbit, brother booky, and brother cow (variant b) -- The sperrit house -- Bale of cotton or bag of salt -- Mr. Hard time -- John the fool and John the smart -- Anansi and the lady in the well -- Magic flight -- The three sons -- The chosen suitor -- The big worm -- The night beauty -- Under the green old oak tree -- The old woman and her child -- Rescued from the loups garous by Loa Saint James -- A zange disguises as a snake -- A loup garou disguises as a beggar -- The Solomon cycle -- De story of de man and six poached eggs -- Education for a carpenter's son -- Dayday Agastin -- The girl and the fish -- Original versions. Ol' rabbit an' de dawg he stole -- Allen Chesser's initiation : the bear fight -- Mr. Deer's my riding horse -- Incriminating the other fellow -- Where did Adam hide? -- The chosen suitor : the forbidden room -- La graisse -- Brother elephant and brother whale -- The origin of woman -- Seeking trouble -- Seeking trouble (variant b) -- Seeking trouble (variant c) -- The big worm -- The girl and the fish."@en ;
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