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Folk-Songs of the South

Collected under the Auspices of the West Virginia Folk-Lore Society

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HARDCOVER

$139.00 • £111.95 • €125.00

ISBN 9780674012615

Publication Date: 01/01/1925

Short

588 pages

8 halftones, 1 map

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A priceless storehouse of fascinating folk-songs.New York Evening Post

Little glimpses into the life of the past that are of peculiar poignancy.Columbia (S.C.) Record

A thoroughly interesting an valuable book, one that gives distinct pleasure. I remain Mr. Cox’s admirer. Carl Sandburg and I will have rare times with the collection when he comes to spend a week here soon.—Carl J. Finger, All’s Well

Its tempting and many-tasting food is sure to prove a source of lasting delight to all lovers of folklore.Virginia Quarterly Review

A volume welcome to everyone in any way interested in the modern survival of folk-song.The Saturday Review

A remarkable volumeThe English Journal

A thoroughly interesting an valuable book, one that gives distinct pleasure. I remain Mr. Cox’s admirer. Carl Sandburg and I will have rare times with the collection when he comes to spend a week here soon.—Carl J. Finger, All’s Well

Its tempting and many-tasting food is sure to prove a source of lasting delight to all lovers of folklore.Virginia Quarterly Review

A remarkable volume.The English Journal

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