A Treasury of New England Folklore: Stories, Ballads, and Traditions of the Yankee People
Benjamin Albert Botkin
Crown Publishers, 1947 - Ballads, English - 934 pages
A collection of New England stories, songs, and poems divided into five sections: Fabulous Yankees; Myths, legends, and traditions; Beliefs and customs; Word lore; Songs and rhymes.
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