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The Negro and his folklore in nineteenth-century periodicals,

edited, with an intro., by Bruce Jackson.

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Main Author: Jackson, Bruce
Published: Austin, Published for the American Folklore Society by the University of Texas Press [1967]
Series: Publications of the American Folklore Society. Bibliographical and special series ; v. 18.
Topics: African Americans - Folklore - History - 19th century. | Noirs américains - Folklore. | Negers. | Volkscultuur. | Tijdschriften. | Spirituals.
Regions: United States - Social life and customs - 19th century. | United States.
Genres: History. | Folklore.
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490 1 |aPublications of the American Folklore Society. Bibliographical and special series ;|vv. 18
500 |aIncludes spirituals (principally unacc.).
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 353-367).
505 00|tThe persimmon tree and the beer dance, 1838 /|rby William B. Smith (Farmers' Register) --|tUncle Sam's peculiarities; American niggers; Hudson River steam-boat dialogues. 1839 (Bentleys' Miscellany) --|tWho are our national poets?, 1845 /|rby J.K[innard], Jr. (Knickerbocker Magazine) --|tNegro minstrelsy, ancient and modern, 1855 /|rby Y.S. Nathanson (Putnam's Monthly) --|tSongs of the Blacks, 1856 (Dwight's Journal of Music) --|tContraband singing, 1861 /|rby C.W.D. (Dwight's Journal of Music) --|tNegro songs, 1862 /|rby J[ames Miller] McKim (Dwight's Journal of Music) --|tSongs of the Port Royal Contrabands, 1862 /|rby Lucy McKim (Dwight's Journal of Music) --|tUnder the palmetto (excerpt), 1863 /|rby H.G. Spaulding (Continental Monthly) --|tThe Negro dialect, 1865 /|rby Marcel [W.F. Allen] (Nation) --|tNegro spirituals, 1867 /|r[by Thomas Wentworth Higginson] (Atlantic Monthly) --|tLiterature of the day: Slave songs of the United States (review), 1868 (Lippincott's Magazine) --|tSongs of the slave, 1868 /|rby John Mason Brown (Lippincott's Magazine) --|tSketches in color: IV, 1870 /|r[by Elizabeth Kilham] (Putnam's Monthly) --|tNegro superstitions, 1870 /|rby Thaddeus Norris (Lippincott's Magazine) --|tFolklore of the Southern Negroes, 1877 /|rby William Owens (Lippincott's Magazine) --|tPlantation folk-lore (review), 1881 /|rby T.F. Crane (Popular Science Monthly) --|tA Georgia corn-shucking, 1882 /|rby David C. Barrow, Jr. (Century Magazine) --|tPlantation music, 1883 /|rby Joel Chandler Harris (Critic) --|tBanjo and bones, 1884 (Saturday Review of Politics, Literature, Science and Art) --|tThe dance in place Congo, 1886 /|rby George Washington Cable (Century Magazine) --|tCreole slave songs, 1886 /|rby George Washington Cable (Century Magazine) --|tAn accidental author, 1886 /|rJoel Chandler Harris (Lippincott's Magazine) --|tSuperstitions of the Negro, 1888 /|rby Eli Shepard (Cosmopolitan) --|tWord shadows, 1891 (Atlantic Monthly) --|tCertain beliefs and superstitions of the Negro, 1891 (Atlantic Monthly) --|tMusic in America, 1895 /|rby Antonin Dvorak (Harper's New Monthly Magazine) --|tFolk-lore and ethnology, 1895 (Southern Workman) --|tFolk-lore and ethnology: conjuring and conjure doctors, 1895 /|rby A.M. Bacon (Southern Workman) --|tA weddin' and a buryin' in the Black Belt, 1898 /|rby Susan Showers (New England Magazine) --|tRecent Negro melodies, 1899 /|rby William E. Barton (New England Magazine) --|tThe survival of African music in America, 1899 /|rby Jeanette Robinson Murphy (Popular Science Monthly).
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