2 edition of Folk-lore of the Carolina mountains. found in the catalog.
Folk-lore of the Carolina mountains.
Written in English
Reprinted from Journal of American folk-lore, no. 5, April-June, 1889.
|Other titles||Journal of American Folk-Lore.|
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|Number of Pages||104|
One of the most colorful characters in American folklore is the legendary John Henry. Whether he was a true historical figure or a fictitious hero carved into the minds of common Americans by oral tradition, his story has given inspiration to generations. Coverage begins in and is updated nine times annually. Twenty-one records were found using keywords [North Carolina] and [pott*] for dates from until , presenting various folklore journals such as the North Carolina Folklore Journal, Americana, Appalachian Journal, Foxfire, Festival of American Folklife, and Carolina Folk.
Spearfinger, or U'tlun'ta, is a figure in Cherokee legend that lived along the eastern side of Tennessee and western part of North Carolina. "U'tlun'ta" translates from Cherokee to "the one with pointed spear”, which refers to the sharp finger on her right hand. Sometimes, she was called Nûñ'yunu'ï, which means "Stone-dress". This name is from her stone-like skin. "Folk-Lore of the Carolina Mountains" is an article from The Journal of American Folklore, Volume 2. View more articles from The Journal of American Folklore. View this article on JSTOR. View this article's JSTOR metadata.
Blue Ridge Parkway, high road through Virginia and North Carolina, designed especially for the leisurely tourist, represents a new conception in roads. It is not an express parkway of the type built about the big cities, but a quiet way through a distinctive part of the American scene—a road intended for gypsy-like travel on the ride-awhile. A folktale (also spelled folk tale) is a story or legend forming part of an oral tradition. Folktales are generally passed down from one generation to another and often take on the characteristics of the time and place in which they are told. Folktales speak to universal and timeless themes, and help folks make sense of their existence or cope.
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Many lives were lost. The lights, claim the legend, are. Journal of American Folk-Lore BALLADS AND SONGS OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA BY LOUISE RAND BASCOM THE process of collecting the songs common to the mountain section of western North Carolina is a difficult one, for the mountaineers sus-piciously evade direct questions, and vanish entirely if too closely pressed.
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