2 edition of Folk-lore from Maryland found in the catalog.
Folk-lore from Maryland
Annie Weston Whitney
|Statement||collected by Annie Weston Whitney and Caroline Canfield Bullock.|
|Series||Memoirs of the American Folk-lore Society,, vol. XVIII|
|Contributions||Bullock, Caroline Canfield, joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||GR1 .A5 vol. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 239 p.|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||28009912|
(This plan to publish a book of English Folk-Lore never came to fruition, but Thoms went so far as to advertise the imminent publication of such a book three years later.) This advertisement for Thoms’s book The Folk-Lore of England was published several times in the first year of Notes & Queries. Folklore is the expressive body of culture shared by a particular group of people; it encompasses the traditions common to that culture, subculture or group. These include oral traditions such as tales, proverbs and include material culture, ranging from traditional building styles to handmade toys common to the re also includes customary lore, the forms and rituals of.
Reviewing early Maryland records, newspaper articles, and other accounts from the 17th to the early 20th century, this book answers these questions and more, while . Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
The Comfort of Moses and the Ten Commandments Richard Dial (b. ) Bessemer, Alabama Steel and wood with hemp and enamel 57 x 33 x 32 1/2 in. American Folk Art Museum purchase made possible with grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Metropolitan Life Foundation, This post presents two primary source documents, both in the public domain, which are difficult to find online. Both relate to my previous post on William John are the first two columns in Thoms’ series “Folk-Lore,” which ran in the journal The Athenæum from to , and in Notes & Queries from until after Thoms’s retirement in
About the Author: S.E. Schlosser S.E. Schlosser is the author of the Spooky Series by Globe Pequot Press, as well as the Ghost Stories deck by Random House. She has been telling stories since she was a child, when games of "let's pretend" quickly built themselves into full-length tales acted out with friends.
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Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. A Book Of New England Legends And Folk Lore: In Prose And Poetry by Samuel Adams Drake and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at "Appalachia Mountain Folklore" fails at its job for two reasons.
One, it is not folklore. Two, it is badly written. This is a ghost-hunter's book. If you are looking for dubious accounts of recent paranormal activity, this is the work for you. If, on the other hand, you want an account of the rich culture, folk stories, and legends of the /5(9).
This is a pretty good book of German folk-lore and legends. The lesser known stories are generally faux-historical, and often include zombies or other sorts of undead. The folk tales are typical stories of the sort, and many are fairly well-known.
Overall the book's tone was pretty good/5(11). Legend has it that there was a young woman, 17 years old, in the 70's living in this area of Maryland.
Her family was very conservative (in some versions, her father was a preacher). Well, she had a bit of a wild streak, and liked to drink and smoke cigarettes (tobacco and otherwise).
In "Spooky Maryland," author S.E. Schlosser brings us Maryland's storied history through a detailed look at its legend and lore. The first bloodshed of the Civil War occurred here during the Baltimore Riot inand after assassinating Lincoln, it was to the Maryland countryside that John Wilkes Booth originally fled and was hidden by Confederate sympathizers/5.
Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good Plus. No Jacket. First Edition. Our copy of this unusual book on folk lore is inscribed by author, William Henderson, on the half-title page - 'With the author's kind regards'.
It is a comprehensive study delving into the folk lore of northern England up to the border of Scotland. Though most of these Md. legends are ludicrously untrue, there were, over a period of many years, interactions with poltergeists inside “The Lawn” – an ’s’s summer home, originally built by a Judge Dobbin (of Baltimore), on top of a high ridge at the bottom of what is now Old Lawyers Hill Road, in Elkridge (Howard Co.), Md.
Poltergeists are relatively harmless but can be. 66 7ournal of American Folk-Lore. LOCAL MEETINGS AND OTHER NOTICES.
BALTIMORE. - The Baltimore Folk-Lore Society has devoted a large portion of its time and energies during the last two years to the collection of material for the publication of a book on the folk-lore of Maryland. Many of the papers presented and discussed before the meetings have.
Whatever may be their origins in antiquity, the Cherokees are generally thought to be a Southeastern tribe, with roots in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennesee, among other states, though many Cherokees are identified today with Oklahoma, to which they had been forceably removed by treaty in the s, or with the lands of the Eastern Band of Cherokees in western North : Genealogical Publishing Company, Incorporated.
The Folk and The Lore, Reno, Nevada. likes. Storytelling events, workshops, and tutorials featuring methods for family, business, and community.5/5(1).
Frederick County is a Microcosm of American History. The lore of Frederick County is at least as much about the human as the supernatural.
For example, you can't travel far within its borders without finding some landmark named after its most famous resident, Francis Scott Key, the poet who wrote the verses of the U.S.
National Anthem (while stranded off the Maryland coast during the. Folk-Lore Of The Pennsylvania Germans. PART I. Journal of American Folk-Lore pp.  BEFORE describing the customs, folk-medicine, and folk-lore of the Pennsylvania Germans, it will be necessary to present a brief sketch of the people to which they relate, and to explain the origin of the dialect generally, though erroneously, denominated "Pennsylvania Dutch.".
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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Prose Narratives WILLIAM BASCOM. 3: A TwoDimensional Scheme for the Classification. The History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore, is considered an essential source of reference for researchers investigating the Cherokee tribe, or family historians tracing their Native American family genealogy.
In his Preface, the author Dr. Emmet Starr writes, "This humble effort is attempted for the purpose of Brand: Janaway Publishing, Inc. Internet Archive BookReader History of the Cherokee Indians and their legends and folk lore.
Journal of American Folklore. American Folk-lore Society, - Folklore. Tales from Maryland and Pennsylvania Elsie Clews Parsons. RingGames from Georgia Loraine Darby.
Volume 14 of Memoirs of the American Folk-lore Society, American Folklore Society5/5(1). Harry Middleton Hyatt was an Anglican minister and amateur folklorist raised in Quincy, Illinois.
He received his M.A. and D.D. at Kenyon College and Oxford University. He served as assistant rector at the Church of the Holy Spirit in New York City from to and returned to Quincy, Illinois after his retirement in The Fox, Badger and Raccoon Dog take Human Form in Japanese Folklore. January 23rd, “In the olden times, Japanese people believed that the tanuki (raccoon dog), kitsune (fox) & mujina (badger) can take the form of a human being, though it’s a superstition.North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.
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