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0.49 Henry S. Kernan, Idaho Lumberjack Nicknames, California Folklore Quarterly, 1945.
0.42 Lawrence Clayton, Ranch Rodeo: An Expansion of Ranch Life Ritual, Western Folklore, 1990.
0.40 John Q. Anderson, The Ballad of Graham Barnett Badman of the Big Bend in Texas, Western Folklore, 1965.
0.40 Duncan Emrich, A Manuscript of the Folk Language, Western Folklore, 1952.
0.39 Nancy Cassell McEntire, Sam Bass: "The Ballad and the Man", Western Folklore, 2003.
0.38 Robert N. Mullin Charles E. Welch_ Jr., Billy the Kid: The Making of a Hero, Western Folklore, 1973.
0.37 W. E. Simeone, Robin Hood and Some Other Outlaws, The Journal of American Folklore, 1958.
0.36 Duncan Emrich, Casey Jones Union Scab, California Folklore Quarterly, 1942.
0.35 John Harrington Cox, "John Hardy", The Journal of American Folklore, 1919.
0.35 Ronald L. Ives, Blood on the Cable, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.35 Kent L. Steckmesser, Robin Hood and the American Outlaw: A Note on History and Folklore, The Journal of American Folklore, 1966.
0.34 Austin E. Fife, The Grass of Uncle Sam, Western Folklore, 1970.
0.34 Inez Cardozo-Freeman, Rhyming Slang in a Western Prison, Western Folklore, 1978.
0.33 Beverly J. Stoeltje, The Rodeo Clown and the Semiotics of Metaphor, Journal of Folklore Research, 1985.
0.31 J. Frank Dobie, The Tempo of the Range, Western Folklore, 1967.
0.31 William M. Jones, Hugo of Rocheport, Western Folklore, 1961.
0.31 Richard E. Meyer, The Outlaw: A Distinctive American Folktype, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1980.
0.31 Cathy M. Orr, Folk Comparisons from Colorado, Western Folklore, 1976.
0.30 D. K. Wilgus Lynwood Montell, Clure and Joe Williams: Legend and Blues Ballad, The Journal of American Folklore, 1968.
0.30 Mary Washington Clarke, Note on an Epitaph for an Old Soldier, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.30 S. J. Sackett, Proverbial Comparisons from Western Kansas, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.29 Jeannie B. Thomas, Pickup Trucks Horses Women and Foreplay: The Fluidity of Folklore, Western Folklore, 1995.
0.29 Ed Cray, Cowboy and Rodeo Beliefs, Western Folklore, 1963.
0.29 Theodore C. Humphrey, The Frontier Lawman as Folk Hero: The Search for Bill Tilghman: Part I, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1980.
0.28 John I. White, Owen Wister and the Dogies, The Journal of American Folklore, 1969.
0.28 James S. Griffith, The Cowboy Poetry of Everett Brisendine: A Response to Cultural Change, Western Folklore, 1983.
0.28 Kent L. Steckmesser, Joaquin Murieta and Billy the Kid, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.28 Mimi Clar, Raincrow Weather Forecast, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.28 William J. Wallrich, Barroom Slang from the Upper Rio Grande, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.28 Robert F. Scott, Who Invented the Bowie Knife?, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.28 Archer Taylor, Some Western Words, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.28 , Derogatory Comparisons: "So That", Western Folklore, 1959.
0.27 , Stage Makes Historic Run to Deadwood, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.27 Beverly J. Stoeltje, Rodeo: From Custom to Ritual, Western Folklore, 1989.
0.27 W. E. Simeone, The May Games and the Robin Hood Legend, The Journal of American Folklore, 1951.
0.27 Albert B. Friedman, Joaquin Murieta as Wakken, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.27 John W. Roberts, "Railroad Bill" and the American Outlaw Tradition, Western Folklore, 1981.
0.27 Levette J. Davidson, A Ballad of the Wyoming "Rustler War", Western Folklore, 1947.
0.26 , Circular Jingles, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.26 Brent Ashabranner, Pecos Bill: An Appraisal, Western Folklore, 1952.
0.26 , Railroaders Hear Straight Story on Casey Jones' Famous Ride, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.26 Thomas E. Murray, A New Look at the Folk Speech of American Tramps, Western Folklore, 1992.
0.26 , Fishermen Stalk Mountain Lions, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.26 Marshall W. Fishwick, The Cowboy: America's Contribution to the World's Mythology, Western Folklore, 1952.
0.26 Bruce Jackson, Prison Nicknames, Western Folklore, 1967.
0.25 Joseph J. Cadlo, Cowboy Life as Reflected in Cowboy Songs, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.25 John Q. Anderson, Another Texas Variant of "Cole Younger" Ballad of a Badman, Western Folklore, 1972.
0.25 William E. Simeone, The Historic Robin Hood, The Journal of American Folklore, 1953.
0.25 Wayland D. Hand, Nicknames of Butte Miners, California Folklore Quarterly, 1946.
0.25 William J. Wallrich, Barroom Slang from the Upper Rio Grande, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.25 , Cattle Rustling, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.25 Kathleen Mullen Sands, "Got a Hole in Your Trailer?": Metaphor as Boundary Marker in Cowboy Culture, Western Folklore, 1990.
0.25 George D. Hendricks, Texas Folk Similes, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.24 George G. Carey, A Collection of Airborne Cadence Chants, The Journal of American Folklore, 1965.
0.24 Ronald L. Baker, Lady Lil and Pisspot Pete, The Journal of American Folklore, 1987.
0.24 Archer Taylor, Americanisms in "The Log of a Cowboy", Western Folklore, 1959.
0.24 Stanton Delaplane Al Jennings, Al Jennings, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.23 Owen S. Adams, Proverbial Comparisons from California, California Folklore Quarterly, 1946.
0.23 Alfred Adler, Billy the Kid: A Case Study in Epic Origins, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.23 C. Merton Babcock, The Echo of a Whistle, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.23 Charles Keller, Spiro Agnew Jokes, Western Folklore, 1970.
0.23 Bruce Jackson, Prison Folklore, The Journal of American Folklore, 1965.
0.23 Kate Ware, Two Riddles from California, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.23 Michael H. Agar, Folklore of the Heroin Addict: Two Examples, The Journal of American Folklore, 1971.
0.23 Stephen Sossaman, More on Pleiku Jackets in Vietnam, The Journal of American Folklore, 1989.
0.23 John I. White, A Montana Cowboy Poet, The Journal of American Folklore, 1967.
0.23 Mary E. Williams, Welsh Nicknames Malad Idaho, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.23 Lillian Pethtel, Name Lore around Kamiah, Western Folklore, 1965.
0.22 Judith Lee Calhoun, Folk Cure for Skin Cancer, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.22 John O. West, Jack Thorp and John Lomax: Oral or Written Transmission?, Western Folklore, 1967.
0.22 , San Quentin Slanguage, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.22 C. E. Schorer, Saw-hoo, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.22 Jay Williams, More about Robin Hood, The Journal of American Folklore, 1952.
0.22 John W. Roberts, Stackolee and the Development of a Black Heroic Idea, Western Folklore, 1983.
0.22 Diane Tebbetts, Folklore in the Writings of C F M Noland, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1980.
0.21 Joyce Gibson Roach, The Legends of El Tejano the Texan Who Never Was, Western Folklore, 1968.
0.21 , Westerns, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.21 Austin E. Fife, More Similes from Moab Utah, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.21 Graham Seal, The Robin Hood Principle: Folklore History and the Social Bandit, Journal of Folklore Research, 2009.
0.21 William L. Vaughn, "Casey" Jones Story Grows Dim Even in Vaughn, Western Folklore, 1970.
0.21 Rondo W. Anderson, Joe Hill: The Legend after Fifty Years, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.21 William J. Wallrich, Barroom Slang from the Upper Rio Grande, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.21 Carroll Y. Rich, The Autopsy of Bonnie and Clyde, Western Folklore, 1970.
0.21 Carol Burke, Marching to Vietnam, The Journal of American Folklore, 1989.
0.21 Grant Thompson Don Dunn, Udy Hot Springs: A Bogey, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.21 Herbert Halpert, Some Wellerisms from Kentucky and Tennessee, The Journal of American Folklore, 1956.
0.21 , Hillbilly Singers Talk in Strange Tongues, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.20 , "Buy Me a Milking-Pail" and Songs of the Civil War, The Journal of American Folklore, 1918.
0.20 , Tall-Tale Purveyor, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.20 Agnes Wright Spring, Colorado Gold Rush Songs, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.20 Ben Gray Lumpkin, Whoa Sallee, Western Folklore, 1969.
0.20 William Cumming Wilde, Notes on Thief Talk, The Journal of American Folklore, 1890.
0.20 C. Grant Loomis, To Go the Whole Hog, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.20 Everett A. Gillis, Literary Origin of Some Western Ballads, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.20 Richard M. Dorson, The Lumberjack Code, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.20 John Solomon Otto, Traditional Cattle-Herding Practices in Southern Florida, The Journal of American Folklore, 1984.
0.20 , Tongue Twisters, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.20 Russell Frank, The Making and Unmaking of a Folk Hero: The Ellie Nesler Story, Western Folklore, 2000.
0.20 Marshall W. Fishwick, Sons of Paul: Folklore or Fakelore?, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.20 Melbert B. Cary_ Jr., Mademoiselle from Armentières, The Journal of American Folklore, 1934.
0.20 David Evans, The Toast in Context, The Journal of American Folklore, 1977.
0.19 , Slang Terms for Money, The Journal of American Folklore, 1905.
0.19 E. A. Brinistool, Indian Names in Maine, The Journal of American Folklore, 1905.
0.19 William Alderson, On the Wobbly "Casey Jones" and Other Songs, California Folklore Quarterly, 1942.
0.19 Archer Taylor, More Proverbial Comparisons from California, Western Folklore, 1958.
0.19 Bruce Jackson, Circus and Street: Psychosocial Aspects of the Black Toast, The Journal of American Folklore, 1972.
0.19 Archer Taylor, Wellerisms in Colombia, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.19 Roy Edwards, Cut 'n Shoot Texas, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.19 James P. Leary, Fists and Foul Mouths: Fights and Fight Stories in Contemporary Rural American Bars, The Journal of American Folklore, 1976.
0.19 C. Douglas Chrétien, Comments on Naval Slang, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.19 Herbert Halpert, Proverbial Comparisons from Idaho Territory, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.19 Peter Tamony, The Ten-Gallon or Texas Hat, Western Folklore, 1965.
0.19 Richard M. Dorson, Negro Tales, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.19 Dennis Wepman Ronald B. Newman Murray B. Binderman, Toasts: The Black Urban Folk Poetry, The Journal of American Folklore, 1974.
0.19 Martin Schmitt, The Court-Martial as a Source of Military Lore, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.19 Austin E. Fife, Similes from Moab Utah, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.19 Joseph J. Arpad, The Fight Story: Quotation and Originality in Native American Humor, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1973.
0.19 Kenneth Wiggins Porter, The Kansas Boys, The Journal of American Folklore, 1947.
0.19 J. Frank Dobie, El Cancion del Rancho de los Olmos, The Journal of American Folklore, 1923.
0.19 William J. Wallrich, Barroom Slang from the Upper Rio Grande (Conclusion), Western Folklore, 1952.
0.19 Jesse W. Harris, Substituting for the off Ox, The Journal of American Folklore, 1947.
0.18 Wilson O. Clough, A Neglected American Myth-Man, California Folklore Quarterly, 1943.
0.18 Lt. Herbert Halpert, John Darling a New York Munchausen, The Journal of American Folklore, 1944.
0.18 James F. Hoy, Cattle Guard Query, Western Folklore, 1979.
0.18 Virgil Mastelotto, Lumberjack Language in Northeastern California, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.18 C. Grant Loomis, Four Gambling Yarns, Western Folklore, 1965.
0.18 Jere C. Mickel, The Genesis of Toby: A Folk Hero of the American Theater, The Journal of American Folklore, 1967.
0.18 Herbert Halpert Mark Newman Charles J. Chapple Jay Rhoads Richard E. Schruhl Joseph E. Jones Charles E. Chapman John Estey Helen Martel, Montana Cowboy Folk Tales, California Folklore Quarterly, 1945.
0.18 Duncan Emrich, "Whet" to "Wet": A Note on Folk Etymology, Western Folklore, 1970.
0.18 W. J. Wallrich, Barroom Signs from the Upper Rio Grande, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.18 John I. White, The Grass of Uncle Sam, Western Folklore, 1969.
0.18 William E. Simeone, The Mythical Robin Hood, Western Folklore, 1958.
0.18 Joe McGowan_ Jr.Terrence L. Hansen, Beliefs of Rodeo Riders, Western Folklore, 1957.
0.18 William E. Koch, Wellerisms from Kansas, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.18 David Steven Cohen John Eilertsen, Folklore and Folklife in a Juvenile Corrections Institution, Western Folklore, 1985.
0.18 William Wallrich, U S Air Force Parodies: World War II and Korean War, Western Folklore, 1953.
0.18 James T. Pearce, Folk Tales of the Southern Poor-White 1820-1860. The Journal of American Folklore, 1950,
0.17 C. G. L., Tippler's Vocabulary, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.17 , California Miner's Song, California Folklore Quarterly, 1945.
0.17 D. H. H., A Superstition about Dog Bites, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.17 Ray B. Browne, Children's Taunts Teases etc from Alabama, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.17 Norris Yates, Some "Whoppers" from the Armed Forces, The Journal of American Folklore, 1949.
0.17 J. Frank Dobie, When Work's All Done This Fall, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.17 Arthur Woodward, Green River Knives, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.17 Alf H. Walle, Two Possible Origins for the Term "Tóast", The Journal of American Folklore, 1975.
0.17 Daniel R. Barnes, An Early American Collection of Rogues' Cant, The Journal of American Folklore, 1966.
0.17 James N. Tidwell, Adam's off Ox A Study in the Exactness of the Inexact, The Journal of American Folklore, 1953.
0.17 , Bushranger Ned Kelly, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.17 E. C. Perrow, Songs and Rhymes from the South, The Journal of American Folklore, 1912.
0.17 S. J. Sackett, Parodies of "We Hunted and We Hunted", Western Folklore, 1960.
0.17 Norm Cohen, "Casey Jones": At the Crossroads of Two Ballad Traditions, Western Folklore, 1973.
0.17 Anthony M. Reynolds, Urban Negro Toasts: A Hustler's View from LA, Western Folklore, 1974.
0.17 C. Grant Loomis, Jonathanisms in "Punch", Western Folklore, 1955.
0.17 Herbert Halpert, Rhymed Proverbial Comparisons, Western Folklore, 1956.
0.17 Katharine Ware, Three Rhymes, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.17 Marshall Fishwick, American Heroes: Columbia's Path, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.17 Lewis A. Maverick, The Term "Maverick" Applied to Unbranded Cattle, California Folklore Quarterly, 1942.
0.16 Terry L. Long, Occupational and Individual Identity among Ohio Railroad Workers of the Steam Era, Western Folklore, 1992.
0.16 G. F. Will, Four Cowboy Songs, The Journal of American Folklore, 1913.
0.16 C. Grant Loomis, Wellerisms in "Punch", Western Folklore, 1955.
0.16 Richard West, Jesse James' Kin Picks up Easy $10000. Western Folklore, 1970,
0.16 William E. Simeone, The Robin Hood of Ivanhoe, The Journal of American Folklore, 1961.
0.16 Roger D. Abrahams, Some Varieties of Heroes in America, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1966.
0.16 Mimi Clar, Cats "Sucking" Baby's Breath, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.16 Wayland D. Hand, Rat Baiting, California Folklore Quarterly, 1946.
0.16 Bruce Jackson, Prison Worksongs: The Composer in Negatives, Western Folklore, 1967.
0.16 John Lancaster Riordan, American Naval "Slanguage" in the Pacific in 1945. California Folklore Quarterly, 1946,
0.16 , Similes: "Higher Than" and "Lower Than", Western Folklore, 1960.
0.16 Austin E. Fife, More of "Cole Younger", Western Folklore, 1973.
0.16 James D. Johnson, An Instance of Toasts among Southern Whites, Western Folklore, 1981.
0.16 George Monteiro, Histoire de Montferrand: L'Athlete Canadien and Joe Mufraw, The Journal of American Folklore, 1960.
0.16 Roger Penn Cuff, Mark Twain's Use of California Folklore in His Jumping Frog Story, The Journal of American Folklore, 1952.
0.16 Thomas J. Rountree, More on the Southernism "Yankee Dime", The Journal of American Folklore, 1970.
0.16 Susanna Trnka, Living a Life of Sex and Danger: Women Warfare and Sex in Military Folk Rhymes, Western Folklore, 1995.
0.16 Eric A. Eliason, Foxhunting Folkways under Fire and the Crisis of Traditional Moral Knowledge, Western Folklore, 2004.
0.16 Herbert Halpert C. J. Welch Louis Ludwig Edward J. Kassouf Harry K. Young Gilbert T. Honey Cyril R. Culp Virgil Bettis Chase Kimball Mrs. Chase Kimball Stover J. Morris Charles M. Mitchell Paul Brotherton Andrew Nyman, Tales Told by Soldiers, California Folklore Quarterly, 1945.
0.16 Mody C. Boatright, The Formula in Cowboy Fiction and Drama, Western Folklore, 1969.
0.16 Lynwood Carranco, Americanisms in the Redwood Country, Western Folklore, 1963.
0.15 Perry McWilliams, The Alamo Story: From Fact to Fable, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1978.
0.15 E. L. Wilson H. S. V. Jones, Robin Hood and Little John, The Journal of American Folklore, 1910.
0.15 James T. Bratcher, Two Notes to Warren E Roberts' Article "The Sheep Herder and the Rabbits", Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1967.
0.15 William Wallrich, US Air Force Parodies Based upon "The Dying Hobo", Western Folklore, 1954.
0.15 D. K. Wilgus, Wyoming's Headless Horseman, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.15 Myrtle Read Rawles, "Boontling": Esoteric Speech of Boonville California, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.15 , Easter Eggs and Rabbits, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.15 Richard M. Dorson, Personal Histories, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.15 Beverly J. Stoeltje, Power and the Ritual Genres: American Rodeo, Western Folklore, 1993.
0.15 Jan Harold Brunvand, American Fakelore on Matchbooks, Western Folklore, 1964.
0.15 Richard M. Dorson, Big Eaters, The Journal of American Folklore, 1979.
0.15 John Greenway, Aunt Molly Jackson and Robin Hood: A Study in Folk Re-Creation, The Journal of American Folklore, 1956.
0.15 W. E. Simeone, Still More about Robin Hood, The Journal of American Folklore, 1952.
0.15 Archer Taylor, Gringo, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.15 Ray B. Browne, Witchcraft, Western Folklore, 1957.
0.15 G. F. Will, Songs of Western Cowboys, The Journal of American Folklore, 1909.
0.15 T. M. Pearce, Animal Place Names in the West, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.15 John I. White, Great Grandma, Western Folklore, 1968.
0.15 , Folk Figures, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.15 Ward Allen, "You Don't Have to Be Crazy ": Notes on the Life and Lingo of the Grip, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.15 Herbert Halpert, Folktales Collected in the Army, California Folklore Quarterly, 1944.
0.15 Herbert Halpert, Tall Tales and Other Yarns from Calgary Alberta, California Folklore Quarterly, 1945.
0.15 Jennifer Gilley Stephen Burnett, Deconstructing and Reconstructing Pittsburgh's Man of Steel: Reading Joe Magarac against the Context of the 20th-Century Steel Industry, The Journal of American Folklore, 1998.
0.14 Rena V. Grant, The Localized Vocabulary of California Verse, California Folklore Quarterly, 1942.
0.14 Jerry A. Herndon, "Blood on the Saddle": An Anonymous Folk Ballad?, The Journal of American Folklore, 1975.
0.14 Bruce Jackson, What Happened to Jody, The Journal of American Folklore, 1967.
0.14 Janet M. Cliff, Playing with Games: Cheating in Navajo and Euro-American Gaming, Western Folklore, 1990.
0.14 Bruce A. Rosenberg, Custer: The Legend of the Martyred Hero in America, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1972.
0.14 George Carey, A Further Note on the Singing-Stammering Seaman, Western Folklore, 1976.
0.14 Gertrude May Lutz, Another Tall Tale from California, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.14 Marjorie M. Kimmerle, A Method of Collecting and Classifying Folk Sayings, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.14 Alan Hunt Carol Hunt, The Practical Joke in "Huckleberry Finn", Western Folklore, 1992.
0.14 Haldeen Braddy, Folklore of the Texas Big Bend, The Journal of American Folklore, 1941.
0.14 J. Wesley Thomas, Paul Bunyan and Holländer Michel, The Journal of American Folklore, 1952.
0.14 Ernest E. Leisy, Literary Versions of American Folk Materials, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.14 Fred Kniffen, The Western Cattle Complex: Notes on Differentiation and Diffusion, Western Folklore, 1953.
0.14 Mimi Clar, Casey Jones Anniversary Fete, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.14 Ed Cray, Automobile Names from Los Angeles, Western Folklore, 1964.
0.14 S. J. Sackett, Folk Speech in Schoenchen Kansas, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.14 Arthur Kyle Davis_ Jr., Samuel P Bell, California Folklore Quarterly, 1943.
0.14 James T. Bratcher, Owen Wister's The Virginian: Two Corrections, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.14 James N. Tidwell, Wellerisms in "Alexander's Weekly Messenger" 1837-1839. Western Folklore, 1950,
0.14 George D. Hendricks, "Varmint" Hits Again, Western Folklore, 1964.
0.14 Tristram P. Coffin, The Cowboy and Mythology, Western Folklore, 1953.
0.14 James H. Penrod, Folk Beliefs about Work Trades and Professions from New Mexico, Western Folklore, 1968.
0.14 Mary Jean Kennedy, The Gold Cap of Joaquin Murieta, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.14 David Crockett, Two Crockett Anecdotes, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.14 Melissa Schrift, Angola Prison Art: Captivity Creativity and Consumerism, The Journal of American Folklore, 2006.
0.14 Louise Pound, The "Slippryjinny", Western Folklore, 1955.
0.14 C. Merton Babcock, The Vocabulary of Social Life on the American Frontier, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.14 Jan Harold Brunvand, Have You Heard the Elephant (Joke)?, Western Folklore, 1964.
0.13 , City Rustlers, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.13 , Tall Tales, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.13 Lowell Otus Reese, Social Life on the Trinity, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.13 Erik Graubart, Ghost Lantern, Western Folklore, 1965.
0.13 Beverly J. Stoeltje, Genre Time and Place in Cowboy Cosmology, Western Folklore, 1983.
0.13 Orrin E. Klapp, The Folk Hero, The Journal of American Folklore, 1949.
0.13 William J. Wallrich, Popular Cures for the Morning after, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.13 Harold Clay Pope, The Lighter Side of Texas Place Naming, Western Folklore, 1954.
0.13 Owen S. Adams, Proverbial Phrases from California, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.13 Ed Cray, Ethnic and Place Names as Derisive Adjectives, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.13 Carl Lindahl, A Tale of Verbal Economy: "Stiff Dick", Journal of Folklore Research, 2001.
0.13 Kenneth Porter, More and Still More Ethnic and Place Names as Derisive and Jocular Adjectives, Western Folklore, 1967.
0.13 Wilbur A. Davis, Logger and Splinter-Picker Talk, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.13 Beverly J. Stoeltje, "A Helpmate for Man Indeed": The Image of the Frontier Woman, The Journal of American Folklore, 1975.
0.13 C. Grant Loomis, Bull and Bear Fights, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.13 Mody C. Boatright, How Will Boatright Made Bits and Spurs, The Journal of American Folklore, 1970.
0.13 Norma Hancock, Shivarees, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.13 Robert F. Scott, Prairie Fires and Fire Fighting, Western Folklore, 1953.
0.13 Felix J. Oinas, Spirits Devils and Fugitive Soldiers, The Journal of American Folklore, 1963.
0.13 Archer Taylor, "Pedro!" (California Folklore Quarterly III 277-283), Western Folklore, 1947.
0.13 Ed Cray, Songs My Father Used to Sing, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.13 John Greenway, Davy Draws the Longbow, Western Folklore, 1956.
0.13 Américo Paredes, The United States Mexico and "Machismo", Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1971.
0.13 Atcheson L. Hench, Communal Composition of Ballads in the A E F, The Journal of American Folklore, 1921.
0.12 Alexander E. Jones, A Source for William Gilmore Simms's "Sharp Snaffles", The Journal of American Folklore, 1957.
0.12 Dennis Wepman Ronald B. Newman Murray B. Binderman, Rejoinder to Jackson, The Journal of American Folklore, 1975.
0.12 Kenneth Porter, Hansi Joki the Terrible Finnish Knife-Man, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.12 C. Grant Loomis, Random Proverbs in Popular Literature, Western Folklore, 1957.
0.12 Thomas E. Cheney, Facts and Folklore in the Story of John Wilkes Booth, Western Folklore, 1963.
0.12 William E. Koch, More Wellerisms from Kansas 1959. Western Folklore, 1960,
0.12 C. Grant Loomis, American Pre-Weller Wellerisms, Western Folklore, 1957.
0.12 Vance Randolph, Bedtime Stories from Missouri, Western Folklore, 1951.
0.12 John A. McGeachy_ III, Student Nicknames for College Faculty, Western Folklore, 1978.
0.12 Américo Paredes, Gringo, Western Folklore, 1960.
0.12 Archer Taylor, Some Japanese Proverbial Comparisons, Western Folklore, 1956.
0.12 Richard K. Beardsley, Circular Jingles, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.12 Warren E. Roberts, The Sheep Herder and the Rabbits, Journal of the Folklore Institute, 1966.
0.12 John I. White, Owen Wister Song Writer, Western Folklore, 1967.
0.12 David Evans, The Singing-Stammerer Motif in Black Tradition, Western Folklore, 1976.
0.12 Gene Bluestein, "The Arkansas Traveler" and the Strategy of American Humor, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.12 Ron Laytner George D. Hendricks, Moon Holds Life Says Witch Doctor, Western Folklore, 1970.
0.12 Jesse W. Harris, The Catskin Legend in Southern Illinois, The Journal of American Folklore, 1945.
0.12 T. M. Pearce, Bottoms of Coke Bottles, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.12 Edith Fowke, American Cowboy and Western Pioneer Songs in Canada, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.12 S. B. Hustvedt, The Preacher and the Gray Mare, California Folklore Quarterly, 1946.
0.12 Richard M. Dorson, The Career of "John Henry", Western Folklore, 1965.
0.12 Roger D. Abrahams, Tall Tales of Mosquitoes, Western Folklore, 1965.
0.11 Daniel G. Hoffman, Historic Truth and Ballad Truth: Two Versions of the Capture of New Orleans, The Journal of American Folklore, 1952.
0.11 Jan Brunvand, Mountain Climber's Song, Western Folklore, 1958.
0.11 Jack Chrisman, Voodoo Doctor, Western Folklore, 1955.
0.11 Francis Lee Utley, When We Fit Fur Gineral Grant, Western Folklore, 1966.
0.11 Rose P. White, New Mexico Place Names: Roosevelt County, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.11 Richard Walser, Ham Jones: Southern Folk Humorist, The Journal of American Folklore, 1965.
0.11 Gertrude Churchill Whitney, New England Bird Language, Western Folklore, 1961.
0.11 C. Grant Loomis, Traditional American Word Play: Wellerisms or Yankeeisms, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.11 Ed Cray, Timber! But Not in the Tall Trees, Western Folklore, 1963.
0.11 Orrin E. Klapp, The Clever Hero, The Journal of American Folklore, 1954.
0.11 Levette Jay Davidson, Songs of the Rocky Mountain Frontier, California Folklore Quarterly, 1943.
0.11 Marion Henning, Comic Anecdotes from Santa, Western Folklore, 1965.
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0.11 Luis S. Kemnitzer, Pie in the Sky, Western Folklore, 1959.
0.11 Jan Harold Brunvand, More Car Names from the West, Western Folklore, 1964.
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0.11 Richard C. Poulsen, Mules as Venison: Or the Fecundity of Utah's Oral Tradition, Western Folklore, 1974.
0.11 Virginia Madison Hallie Stillwell, Place Names in the Big Bend of Texas, Western Folklore, 1955.
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0.11 Joanne Raetz Stuttgen, Enlarging Life through Miniatures: Bill Austin's Roadside Carnival, Western Folklore, 1992.
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0.11 Mary Ellen Glass, A Curse upon Lynchers, Western Folklore, 1969.
0.11 Roger D. Abrahams, "The House Burned Down" Again, The Journal of American Folklore, 1963.
0.11 Francis Lee Utley, When We Fit for Gineral Grant, Western Folklore, 1968.
0.11 Sandy Rikoon Robin Albee, "Wild and Free Leave 'Em Be": Wild Horses and the Struggle over Nature in the Missouri Ozarks, Journal of Folklore Research, 1998.
0.11 Américo Paredes, "El Corrido de José Mosqueda" as an Example of Pattern in the Ballad, Western Folklore, 1958.
0.11 Archer Taylor, An Early Form of Baseball in Iceland, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.11 , Peter Peter Pumpkineater, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.11 C. Grant Loomis, Jonathanisms: American Epigrammatic Hyperbole, Western Folklore, 1947.
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0.11 , Need Pied Piper for City's Cobras, Western Folklore, 1954.
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0.11 Gertrude May Lutz, Little John Bottle John, Western Folklore, 1947.
0.10 Barbara Carlock, Tornado Tales of Northeastern Colorado, Western Folklore, 1962.
0.10 C. Grant Loomis, Professional Lingo, Western Folklore, 1950.
0.10 C. Grant Loomis, California Anecdotes from the East 1849-1858. Western Folklore, 1948,
0.10 William J. Wallrich, Barroom Slang from the Upper Rio Grande (Continuation), Western Folklore, 1951.
0.10 Bruce Jackson, A Response to "Toasts: The Black Urban Poetry", The Journal of American Folklore, 1975.
0.10 Henry A. Person, Proverbs and Proverbial Lore from the State of Washington, Western Folklore, 1958.
0.10 Louise Rand Bascom, Ballads and Songs of Western North Carolina, The Journal of American Folklore, 1909.
0.10 Paul Parker, Spanish Names of the Color of Horses, California Folklore Quarterly, 1943.
0.10 , Superstition, Western Folklore, 1948.
0.10 Margaret Haun Raser, The Wrong Prisoner, Western Folklore, 1963.
0.10 Celesta A. Lowe, The Ghosts Came Quick to Greenwater, California Folklore Quarterly, 1944.
0.10 Samuel P. Bayard, Basso Profundo, Western Folklore, 1949.
0.10 Robert D. Bethke, Storytelling at an Adirondack Inn, Western Folklore, 1976.
0.10 Mac E. Barrick, The Hat Ranch: Fact Fiction or Folklore?, Western Folklore, 1975.
0.10 Rose P. White, The Sourdough Biscuit, Western Folklore, 1956.
0.10 Ken Periman, Father Shot to Break Death Curse, Western Folklore, 1968.
0.10 Kenneth Lodewick, Loggers' Lingo, Western Folklore, 1956.
0.10 Vance Randolph, Tales from the Ozarks, Western Folklore, 1955.