2001: A Texas Folklore Odyssey

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Francis Edward Abernethy, Shannon R. Thompson
University of North Texas Press, 2001 - Fiction - 354 pages
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2001: A Texas Folklore Odyssey is a journey -- or odyssey -- through the Texas Folklore Society as of the year 2001 A.D. Contemporary topics include grandparenting, uppity women, and Spam. Historical topics include the Model T, the Yellow Rose of Texas, and hunting horns. Also included is a discussion of recipes from Austin's famed Green Pastures restaurant and The Texas Cookbook (reissued by the University of North Texas Press in August 2001).

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Francis Edward Abernethy is the executive secretary and editor of the Texas Folklore Society and Regents Professor EMeritus of English at Stephen F. Austin State University.

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