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THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE: Volume 55, October - December, 1942, Number 218. by  editor  Erminie W - First Edition - (1942) - from Bookfever.com, IOBA (SKU: 55910)

THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE: Volume 55, October - December, 1942, Number 218.

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THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE: Volume 55, October - December, 1942, Number 218.

by Voegelin, Erminie W, editor

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Philadelphia:: The American Folklore Society,, (1942). Very good overall - some minor wear to the edges of the printed brown covers. . First printing. Associate editors include Aurelio M. Espinosa, Franz Boas, George Herzog, Ralph S. Boggs and Marius Barbeau. Features articles on Folk Medicine and Folk Science by Warren La Barre; on the Louisiana Negro ceremony of Easter Rock; Loup Garou tales from Haiti and more. Book reviews, Notes, index. Pages 197-268.

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Title
THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE: Volume 55, October - December, 1942, Number 218.
Author
Voegelin, Erminie W, editor
Book condition
Used - Very good overall - some minor wear to the edges of the printed brown covers.
Publisher
The American Folklore Society,
Place of Publication
Philadelphia:
Date published
(1942)
Keywords
haiti, folk medicine, louisiana negroes, ethnobotany, folk medicine,
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