John Henry: a folk-lore study

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Frommannsche Verlag, W. Biedermann, 1933 - John Henry (Legendary character) - 144 pages
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Contents

The John Henry Tradition
21
John Henry On the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
43
What Became of John Henry?
61

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