Folklore in Utah: a history and guide to resources
More than thirty scholars examine the development of folklore studies through the lens of over a hundred years of significant work in a state with a rich heritage of folklore traditions and research.
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The First Folklorists
Folklore and the Literary Generation of the 1930s
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