The Folklore of American holidays e-book
by Hennig and Tristram Potter Coffin (editors) Cohen
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Folklore of American Holidays: A Compilation of More Than 600 Beliefs, Legends, Superstitions, Proverbs, Riddles, Poems, Songs, Dances, Games, Plays, Pageants, Fairs, Foods and Processions.
Depicts items of folklore associated with American holidays and festivals, reflecting the culture of America from colonial times to the present. Folklore of American Holidays: A Compilation of More Than 600 Beliefs, Legends, Superstitions, Proverbs, Riddles, Poems, Songs, Dances, Games, Plays, Pageants, Fairs, Foods and Processions. 0810376024 (ISBN13: 9780810376021).
Covers more than 125 holidays including well-known religious and secular holidays as well as more obscure celebrations. While the American Book of Days (Wilson, 1978. 3d e. reads like an encyclopedia and Anniversaries and Holidays (ALA, 1983. Chronologically arranged, from New Year's Day through Christmas, entries include a description of origins, historical background and general characteristics. Tam incelemeyi okuyun.
by Hennig Cohen, Tristram Potter Coffin. ISBN 9780788152733 (978-0-7881-5273-3) Softcover, Visible Ink Press/Gale, 1991.
Presents the folklore associated with calendar customs and festivals that have become an integrap part of the social habits of Americans in general, as. .Bibliographic Details.
Presents the folklore associated with calendar customs and festivals that have become an integrap part of the social habits of Americans in general, as well as regional, occupational, or ethnic groups in particular. While some holidays have arisen from ancient practices, others are fresj atttemps to celebrate neglected festivals or, or in some cases, the results of political or ehtnic groups wishing to strengthen their sense of identity. Still other holidays have been created by the passage of laws. Publication Date: 1987.
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Folklore from the Working Folk of America By Tristram Potter Coffin; Hennig Cohen Anchor Press, 1973. A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Redirected from Tristram Potter Coffin). Tristram ("Tris") Potter Coffin (February 13, 1922 – January 31, 2012) was an American folklorist and leading scholar of ballad texts in the 20th century. Coffin spent the bulk of his career at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a professor of English and a co-founder of the Folklore Department.
With Dr. Hennig Cohen, he also published Folklore of the American Holidays, another standard reference
With Dr. Hennig Cohen, he also published Folklore of the American Holidays, another standard reference. A varsity college tennis player and coach, he used this ability during his summer vacations from teaching as first, assistant and then, head tennis pro at the Point Judith Country Club for 23 years. He also refereed soccer for 15 years in the Philadelphia area.