Folklore collection, 1972.

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Coates, Norma. Folklore collection, 1972.

Folklore collection, 1972.

Audiotape, with brief catalog and transcript, from Wilton, Me., comprising a study of Slick MacQuoid, local storyteller and spinner of old yarns (previously studied by R.M. Dorson in 1942).

1 audiotape (2 hr.)

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Coates, Norma

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Student at University of Maine. From the description of Folklore collection, 1972. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70955230 ...

MacQuoid, Slick

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Coates, Mike, 1953-

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Dorson, Richard M. (Richard Mercer), 1916-1981

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Dr. Richard Dorson is often cited as the father of American folklore. Over his lifetime he published a large collection of books and articles dealing with how folklore and culture are tied together. Dorson founded the Indiana University Folklore Institute in 1963, and became the first director and Chairman of the Folklore Department in 1978. From the description of Richard M. Dorson papers, 1940-1980, bulk 1962-1977. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 528831734 ...

Mitchell, Jeffry, 1958-

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Persistence of the Spirit, directed by Ken Hubbell, was an interpretive study of the people and events that contributed to the black experience in Arkansas. Developed in 1986-87 by a team of humanities scholars (including Patricia Washington McGraw, Carl H. Moneyhon, Ruth Polk Patterson, Grif Stockley, Orville W. Taylor, LeRoy T. Williams, and Nudie E. Williams with Tom Baskett Jr. as editor) supported by grants (from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Public Projects and the...