4 edition of Folklore from the Schoharie Hills, New York found in the catalog.
Folklore from the Schoharie Hills, New York
Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner
|Statement||Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner.|
|LC Classifications||GR110.N7 G3 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 351 p.,  fold. leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||77070592|
Schoharie County and the Schoharie County Historical Society have been awarded a $3, grant from Preserve New York (PNY) which will allow them to hire Mesick Cohen Wilson Baker of Albany to complete a building condition report of the Old Stone Fort. Anti-Witch Underware — Folklore from The Schoharie Hills Series # relief prints and mixed media on museum board, along with the hand carved stamp. artwork inspired by the book Folklore from The Schoharie Hills New York, by Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner, published in by .
Upstate Uncovered is divided into five loosely defined geographical regions to help readers create their own itineraries when seeking out sites covered in the book. Introduction REGION ONE: Western New York Including parts of Allegany, Chautauqua, Erie, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, and Steuben Counties 1. Angelica: “Roque Is the Name of the Game”. The tournament is a major fundraiser for Literacy New York--Fulton, Montgomery and Schoharie Counties, which has volunteers teach adults how to read. But if the contest is a fundraiser, the focus is on fun. "People have a good time in friendly competition," said Jim Poole, board president of the three-county organization.
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Gardner. Finkel kept a Schoharie County ballad book that included songs she collected from towhile Gardner came along a bit later, her book, called “Folklore from the Schoharie Hills New York.
The Wiccans are right about one thing: beliefs in witches and magic lasted long after the Puritans morphed into gentler (but just as noisy) religions.
Stories about magic and witches were collected from the Schoharie Hills (New York) as late as the s: Mrs. Elisha Case used to be : Kate Woodbury. Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner, author of Ballads and Songs of Southern Michigan, on LibraryThing Folklore from the Schoharie Hills, New York 2 copies; A Handbook of Children's Literature, Methods and Materials 2 music (1) New York (1) New York folklore (1) record needs editing (1) song collection (1) songbook (1) songs (1) Upper Midwest lore.
The Palatine Migration — From Schoharie to Tulpehocken. By JOHN W. AND MARTHA B. HARPER. One of the most adventurous and hazardous migrations in Pennsylvania history occurred in the spring ofwhen a group of fifteen German Palatine families left the Schoharie Valley of New York to settle in the Tulpehocken region of present Berks County.
This book presents old-time Michigan, its songs and their tunes, collected and edited by Emelyn E. Gardner, a folklorist of wide experience, the author of Folklore from the Schoharie Hills, with the aid of Geraldine Jencks Chickering.
Michigan's early settlers, coming from the older eastern states. The condemnation of property and the literal eradication of a community had a very great human impact, best put into words by the pioneering folk historian Emelyn Gardner in the very rare book Folk Lore of the Schoharie Hills: “For a number of summers the village of Gilboa, a leafy settlement on a shallow, rocky stream, served as a center for.
(New York, ), pp. 2 Example 68 might be an exception. 3 Such as Poe's The Gold Bug, Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates, Daniel Thompson's The Money Diggers, or R. Coffin's "Ballad of Cap'n Pye." S Such as "Ali Baby," a Schoharie Hills version of Ali Baba, E.
Gardner, Folklore from the. Folklore from the southern part of Schoharie County, New York, including chapters on legends, folk tales, witchcraft, ghost stories, songs and ballads, and folk superstitions. Author did research for this book in Schoharie County from to Society. Apart from her many articles and two books on the subject of folklore, Folklore from the Schoharie Hills [New York State] () and (with Geral-dine J.
Chickering) Ballads and Songs of Southern Michigan (), both model studies of their kind, Dr. Gardner is best known for her work in folklore of the ethnic groups in and around Detroit.
Folklore from the Schoharie Hills New York Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner Books Download As PDF: Folklore from the Schoharie Hill ⇒ Download Gratis Pot Bellies and Other Miniature Pigs Complete Pet Owner Manuals Pat r Books.Of particular interest is Kosersky's research into the 19th and early 20th century folk and popular songs of Schoharie County as collected by Ida Finkell (whose "songster" or ballad book was kept from ) and Emelyn Elizabeth Gardner (Folklore from The Schohairie Hills New York, ).
"In New York, as in Texas, Louisiana, and elsewhere.In his notes, Schwartz explains that he adapted the tale from Emelyn E. Gardner, who reported the story in her book Folklore from the Schoharie Hills, New York as it was told to her by a New York woman in Schwartz identifies the haunting in this tale as a “poltergeist”, or “noise ghost”, an invisible entity that makes its presence.