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by William Henry Thomas,J. Frank Dobie

eBook Rainbow in the Morning (Publications of the Texas Folklore Society) download ISBN: 0870741500
Author: William Henry Thomas,J. Frank Dobie
Publisher: Southern Methodist Univ Pr (June 1, 1975)
Language: English
Pages: 13
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Category: Literature
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Rainbow in the Morning (Publications of the Texas Folklore Socie Series, 5). J. Frank Dobie.

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Rainbow in the Morning book Appended is the first item published by the Society, a pamphlet by Will H. Thomas on African-American folksongs, which appeared in 1912.

Rainbow in the Morning book. Appended is the first item published by the Society, a pamphlet by Will H.

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The Texas Folklore Society is a diverse group of people dedicated to. .

The Texas Folklore Society is a diverse group of people dedicated to collecting, sharing, an.My 24th book, APACHE LAMENT is based on the events surrounding the last battle in Texas between a military force and hostile Indians. It occurred east of El Paso in the Sierra Diablo on January 29, 1881, when Texas Rangers attacked a band of Mescalero Apaches. Kenneth was a lifetime member of the Texas Folklore Society, and he was one of only fourteen members who had earned the recognition of being named a Fellow. He gave dozens of papers at TFS meetings, and we published several of his papers in our publications.

In 1922, he became secretary of the Texas Folklore Society and began a program for publication. In 1937, Dobie was visiting a friend in El Paso, prominent attorney, Thomas Calloway Lea, J. and after seeing the art work of Lea's son, Tom Lea, asked him to illustrate the book that he was working on then, Apache Gold and Yaqui Silver. Tom Lea would also do the illustrations for The Longhorns as well as a book on Texas pioneer John C. Duval.

James Frank Dobie (September 26, 1888 – September 18, 1964) was an American folklorist, writer, and newspaper columnist best known for his many books depicting the richness and traditions of life in rural Texas during the days of the open range

James Frank Dobie (September 26, 1888 – September 18, 1964) was an American folklorist, writer, and newspaper columnist best known for his many books depicting the richness and traditions of life in rural Texas during the days of the open range

Analytical Index to Publications of the Texas folklore Society, Vols, 1-36 James T. Bratcher.

Analytical Index to Publications of the Texas folklore Society, Vols, 1-36 James T. Roadside Crosses in Contemporary Memorial Culture Holly Everett.

Dobie left the faculty at the University of Texas to work his uncle's ranch in La Salle . In the title, Dobie claimed that the book was based "partly on th.

Dobie left the faculty at the University of Texas to work his uncle's ranch in La Salle County, north of Laredo, where he discovered a desire to put the rich experience of Texas ranch life and southwestern folklore into words. After a year on the ranch, he returned to the University of Texas and began to use its library and the resources of the Texas Folklore Society to write articles about the vanishing way of life on rural Texas ranches. In 1922, he became secretary of the Texas Folklore Society and began a program for publication. In the title, Dobie claimed that the book was based "partly on the reminiscences of John Young.

This Publication of the Texas Folklore Society contains a Texas version of “The Frog's Courting”; a Texas border ballad; folklore of reptiles of the South and Southwest; sayings of old time Texans; episodes at ranch community dances; pioneer Christmas customs of Tarrant County; superstitions of Bexar County; buffalo lore and boudin blanc; old time plantation melodies; the African-American as interpreter of his own folk songs; and South Texas African-American work songs. Appended is the first item published by the Society, a pamphlet by Will H. Thomas on African-American folksongs, which appeared in 1912.