The University of Wisconsin Press
Folksongs and Their Makers
Henry Glassie, Edward D. Ives, and John F. Szwed
Three prominent folklorists wrote these essays in the 1970s about Dorrance Weir of upstate New York and his song "Take that Night Train to Selma," Joe Scott of Maine and his song "The Plain Golden Band," and Paul Hall of Newfoundland and "The Bachelor's Song."
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Published in 1979
LC: 79-137391 ML
180 pp. 6 x 9
2 b/w photos
ISBN 978-0-87972-006-3 Paper $14.95 t
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