American children's folklore

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August House, 1988 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 281 pages
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Concentrating on lore gathered since World War II, Bronner shows the resilience of children's folklore--how it has incorporated social change and regional differences while remaining very similar through several generations and across the United States.

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Introduction by W K McNeil
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Simon J. Bronner is a distinguished professor of American studies and folklore at the Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg and the coauthor of Steelton. The images in Greater Harrisburg's Jewish Community come mainly from the Historical Society of Dauphin County and the Jewish Federation of Greater Harrisburg. The Javitch Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Central Pennsylvania provided funding for the project.