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The rainbow book of American folk tales and legends

Author: Maria Leach
Publisher: Cleveland, World Pub. Co. [1958]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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A collection of folk tales and legends, including Paul Bunyon; Johnny Appleseed; Davy Crockett; Casey Jones; Billy the Kid; and Jesse James.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Leach, Maria.
Rainbow book of American folk tales and legends.
Cleveland, World Pub. Co. [1958]
(OCoLC)580725502
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Leach
OCLC Number: 8666846
Description: 318 pages illustrations 29 cm
Contents: Paul Bunyan --
Old Stormalong --
Pecos Bill --
Johnny Appleseed --
John Henry --
Daniel's dear --
Davy Crockett --
Mike Fink --
annie Christmas --
Casey Jones --
Joe Magarac --
Gib Morgan --
State Lore (alphabetical) --
Billy the kid --
Railroad Bill --
Jesse James --
Stackalee --
Spring flood --
Icebergs --
The talking-match --
They just go round --
Mosquitoes --
Callin' the dog --
the shaggy dog --
The ghostly hitchhiker --
The big black umbrella --
The yellow ribbon --
Never --
Five drowned --
Oh, deary me --
Miss Jenny Jones --
Shall I be so? --
You'd scream too --
Lovers' leaps --
Humbug --
Spuyten Duyvil --
The phantom ship of the Hudson --
Wokun --
The Lincoln totem pole --
Chestnuts --
Jean Sot --
Roommates --
The talking mule --
Why lizard can't sit --
Never mind them watermelons --
The goat that flagged the train --
Grandma'am Hinkel and the phantom dog --
The dough image --
Twist-mouth family --
Young Charlotte --
The movie show --
Yankees --
The big warm dog --
That fellow --
Caldera Dick --
The piper --
Black Bartelmy --
Kunikdjuaq, a bear story of the Inuit (Alaska) --
The songs of the animals (Coast Salish: Washington) --
Atam and Im (Thompson River Indians: British Columbia) --
The acorn maidens (Karok: California) --
Ants (Diegueno: California) --
The center of the world (Zuni: New Mexico) --
Turkey girl (Tewa: New Mexico) --
Gluskap (Micmac: New Brunswick and Nova Scotia) --
Fire, a story of the Alabama Indians --
The Milky Way (Seminole: Florida) --
A Chimalteco story (Guatemala) --
The Eternal Wanderer (Miskito: Honduras and Nicaragua) --
Leon and the lion (Mexico) --
The armadillos (Taulipang: Guiana) --
A Catio Indian legend (Colombia) --
Fire, a story of the Toba Indians (Argentine Chaco) --
Milomaki (Yahuna: Brazil) --
Sun and moon (Ona: Tierra del Fuego).
Responsibility: by Maria Leach, illustrated by Marc Simont.

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A collection of folk tales and legends, including Paul Bunyon; Johnny Appleseed; Davy Crockett; Casey Jones; Billy the Kid; and Jesse James.

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