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Indiana Folklore: A Reader (original 1980; edition 1980)

by Linda Dégh (Editor)

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Discusses old crafts and folk skills, from covered bridge building to quiltmaking, as well as the legends and lore of Indiana.
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Title:Indiana Folklore: A Reader
Authors:Linda Dégh (Editor)
Info:Indiana University Press (1980), Edition: Illustrated, 312 pages
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5 main chapters, 311 pages. Some topics includes Old Crafts, Belief, Medicine to name afew. ( )
  swedish_gnome | Mar 3, 2011 |
Book Description: Journal of the Hoosier Folklore Society 1972. trade size paperback-very-fine condition this is volume 5 number 2 1972 of the journal
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The purpose of this book is to introduce the general reader to folklore as it is created, re-created, and circulated today among the peoples of Indiana.
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