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The Resource T for Texas : a state full of folklore, edited by Francis Edward Abernethy ; with complete bibliography of the Texas Folklore Society publications by Herbert C. Arbuckle, III

T for Texas : a state full of folklore, edited by Francis Edward Abernethy ; with complete bibliography of the Texas Folklore Society publications by Herbert C. Arbuckle, III

Label
T for Texas : a state full of folklore
Title
T for Texas
Title remainder
a state full of folklore
Statement of responsibility
edited by Francis Edward Abernethy ; with complete bibliography of the Texas Folklore Society publications by Herbert C. Arbuckle, III
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
398/.09764
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
GR1
LC item number
.T4 no.44
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Publications of the Texas Folklore Society
Series volume
no. 44
Label
T for Texas : a state full of folklore, edited by Francis Edward Abernethy ; with complete bibliography of the Texas Folklore Society publications by Herbert C. Arbuckle, III
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Love among the elephant ears and other true stories
  • Al Lowman ==
  • Bill Warren of the Big Thicket
  • Campbell and Lynn Loughmiller
  • A tale of not so long ago
  • June R. Welch
  • Night horse nightmare
  • Paul Patterson
  • Texas country schoolteachers: living proof of a legend
  • Lou Rodenberger
  • Goin' home with the Dasypus Novemcinctus the mystique of the armadillo
  • Legal lore from the courthouse
  • William N. Stokes, Jr.
  • Persimmon Beer
  • R.L. Cowser, Jr.
  • A letter from the long circle
  • Wayne Echols
  • "The
  • glamor of the gay night life"
  • James Ward Lee
  • How to have, to hold, or free oneself of a lover
  • Hermes Nye
  • Dolores L. Latorre
  • Pecos Bill: his genesis and creators
  • James M. Day
  • The vampire in an age of technology
  • Leslie M. Thompson
  • Pull rings, kidney machines, and the oral tradition
  • Lawrence Clayton
  • Folklorish remnants of peyote ceremonialism
  • Ernestine P. Sewell and Charles E. Linck
  • Animal metaphors and verbal abuse social relations and values among German speaking farmers on Cypress Creek, Kerr County
  • The home place
  • Glen E. Lich
  • Within the walls Texas prison folklore
  • Martha Anne Turner
  • Oil field jokes from the Llano Estacado
  • Jim Harris
  • Happy Jack and the booger man
  • Roy W. Lawson
  • When you call me that, smile! or folklore, ethology, and communication
  • Francis Edward Abernethy
  • Folk stories from the Elmdale community
  • Sid Cox
  • Nancy Patrick
  • Piecing patches and quilting up a storm
  • Gail Y. Litton
  • Chronological and bibliographical listings of Texas Folkore Society publications
  • Herbert C. Arbuckle, III
  • A place against the sky
  • Martha Emmons
  • My favorite Texan and folklore
  • Mrs. John Q. Anderson
Control code
8965354
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiii, 277 p.
Isbn
9780935014037
Lccn
82070089
Note
Library's copy 3 (SW Writers): Gift of Wilson M. Hudson, 1986. (SW Writers Access. No. 86-001).
Other physical details
ill., ports.
Label
T for Texas : a state full of folklore, edited by Francis Edward Abernethy ; with complete bibliography of the Texas Folklore Society publications by Herbert C. Arbuckle, III
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Love among the elephant ears and other true stories
  • Al Lowman ==
  • Bill Warren of the Big Thicket
  • Campbell and Lynn Loughmiller
  • A tale of not so long ago
  • June R. Welch
  • Night horse nightmare
  • Paul Patterson
  • Texas country schoolteachers: living proof of a legend
  • Lou Rodenberger
  • Goin' home with the Dasypus Novemcinctus the mystique of the armadillo
  • Legal lore from the courthouse
  • William N. Stokes, Jr.
  • Persimmon Beer
  • R.L. Cowser, Jr.
  • A letter from the long circle
  • Wayne Echols
  • "The
  • glamor of the gay night life"
  • James Ward Lee
  • How to have, to hold, or free oneself of a lover
  • Hermes Nye
  • Dolores L. Latorre
  • Pecos Bill: his genesis and creators
  • James M. Day
  • The vampire in an age of technology
  • Leslie M. Thompson
  • Pull rings, kidney machines, and the oral tradition
  • Lawrence Clayton
  • Folklorish remnants of peyote ceremonialism
  • Ernestine P. Sewell and Charles E. Linck
  • Animal metaphors and verbal abuse social relations and values among German speaking farmers on Cypress Creek, Kerr County
  • The home place
  • Glen E. Lich
  • Within the walls Texas prison folklore
  • Martha Anne Turner
  • Oil field jokes from the Llano Estacado
  • Jim Harris
  • Happy Jack and the booger man
  • Roy W. Lawson
  • When you call me that, smile! or folklore, ethology, and communication
  • Francis Edward Abernethy
  • Folk stories from the Elmdale community
  • Sid Cox
  • Nancy Patrick
  • Piecing patches and quilting up a storm
  • Gail Y. Litton
  • Chronological and bibliographical listings of Texas Folkore Society publications
  • Herbert C. Arbuckle, III
  • A place against the sky
  • Martha Emmons
  • My favorite Texan and folklore
  • Mrs. John Q. Anderson
Control code
8965354
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiii, 277 p.
Isbn
9780935014037
Lccn
82070089
Note
Library's copy 3 (SW Writers): Gift of Wilson M. Hudson, 1986. (SW Writers Access. No. 86-001).
Other physical details
ill., ports.

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