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Northeast Folklore Volume 5: Twenty-One Folksongs From Prince Edward Island, Edward D. Ives Jan 1963

Northeast Folklore Volume 5: Twenty-One Folksongs From Prince Edward Island, Edward D. Ives

Northeast Folklore

From the introduction by Edward D. "Sandy" Ives: "The twenty-one songs printed in this little volume are a representative sample of the songs I collected on Prince Edward Island during the summers of 1957, 1958, and 1963. ... As a matter of fact, I wasn't even "collecting songs" in the usual sense of that term; I was very specifically looking for songs by Larry Gorman and for biographical. Information about him, and when L wasn't asking about Larry Gorman I was asking about Joe Scott. Thus the present collection is neither the result of my general acquaintance with the ...


Northeast Folklore Volume 4: Eight Folktales From Miramichi, Edward D. Ives, Wilmot Macdonald, Louise Manny Jan 1962

Northeast Folklore Volume 4: Eight Folktales From Miramichi, Edward D. Ives, Wilmot Macdonald, Louise Manny

Northeast Folklore

Volume 4 of Northeast Archives marked a change in the publication. No longer was it published in four editions throughout the year with a variety of small articles, but now it was a single monograph published generally once a year. The focus of the first monograph is Wilmot MacDonald, a singer and storyteller from Miramichi, New Brunswick. Helen Creighton and Edward D. Ives had both collected from MacDonald and this publication came from their collaboration on that material.

Eight Folktales from Miramichi: as Told by Wilmot MacDonald

Table of Contents:

Wilmot MacDonald by Louise Manny

Introduction

1) The Bull Story ...


Northeast Folklore Volume 3 Numbers 1-4, Edward D. Ives Jan 1960

Northeast Folklore Volume 3 Numbers 1-4, Edward D. Ives

Northeast Folklore

The third issue of Northeast Folklore was published in the spring of 1959 under the editorship of Edward D. Ives (known as Sandy) and Bacil F. Kirtley through the Department of English at the University of Maine. The four editions that year were later bound into a single volume.

Table of Contents:

Number 1 (Spring):

The Legend of Molly Ockett by Joseph A. Perham

A Penobscot Indian Story of Colonial Maine by Nicholas N. Smith

The Maid of Tide Head

Notes and Queries

Book Review
Bluenose Ghosts (Creighton) by Horace P. Beck

Number 2 (Summer):

Bibliography of New England-Maritimes Folklore ...