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Title Animal tales told in the Gullah dialect by Albert H. Stoddard of Savannah, Georgia. [sound recording] Edited by Duncan B. M. Emrich.

Publication Info. [Washington] Library of Congress, Division of Music Recording Laboratory AAFS L44-46. [1955]


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Special Collections  398.245 An54  v.L.46    ---  Lib Use Only
 Axe Special Collections  398.245 An54  v.L.45    ---  Lib Use Only
 Axe Special Collections  398.245 An54  v.L.44    ---  Lib Use Only
Description 3 discs. 33 1/3 rpm. mono. 12 in.
Series Folklore of the United States
Note "From the folklore collections."
Program notes by the editor, texts and glossaries inserted in each container.
Contents L44. Side A. How buh houn got his long mouth -- How buh houn git e long tongue -- How buh wasp gets his small waist -- How buh buzzut lost de fedder on e head -- How buh tarrapin git e ma'kin -- B'allegetter sees trouble (How B'allegetter git e ma'kin) -- Side B. Buh rabbit fools b'olifaum and buh whale -- The tar baby -- Sneak een e buzzom -- L45. Side A. Man git e Adam apple -- Buh partridge outhides buh rabbit -- Buh black sneak git ketch -- Buh rabbit berry lub peas -- Side B. Buh rabbit want mo acknowledge -- Buh rabbit eats buh fox's butter -- Buh deer and buh rabbit race --
(cont.) L46. Side A. Cow tail een de ma-a-ash -- Buh rabbit and buh wolf go hunting -- Grandaddy ridin hoss -- E might ober run de law --Dat cow done pizen -- Long Bill duh good ting -- Side B. Don't trus buh rattlesneak wud -- Buh wolf lone gal chillun -- Open yo mout b'allegetter - - Buh fox and buh rooster -- Uh done kill b'allegetter -- Buh rabbit loses his head.
Event Recorded at Washington, D.C., 1949 under a special grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
Subject Animals -- Folklore
Sea Islands Creole dialect.
Added Author Emrich, Duncan, 1908-1977
Stoddard, Albert Henry, 1872-1954. Performer.
Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory

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