Man, Bird, and Beast, Issue 8
James Frank Dobie
Texas Folk-lore Society, 1930 - Legends - 185 pages
Texas Folkfore: How to get rid of a bunion--tie salt port on the bunion. For a birthmark-rub the birthmark with a piece of raw meat and bury the meat--anymore good ideas?
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