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  1. God bless the devil! : liars' bench tales

    Chapel Hill : the University of North Carolina Press, 1940.

    "Folklore is a key to understanding a way of life...God Bless the Devil! is a collection of these tales, designed to show the type stories told and the ease and idiom of the telling. These stories are widely circulated in Tennessee. They have been selected from dozens remembered and written down by staff members of the Tennessee Writers' Project. A great many of them are versions heard in Tennessee alone. In type, however, they belong to the general folk literature of the South."--Preface.Content warning: Some illustrations and stories depict racist stereotypes and use racist language, including the n-word, to describe African Americans and those of multiracial heritage. Stanford Libraries collects and makes these materials available to facilitate scholarly research and education, and does not endorse the viewpoints within. Our collections may contain language, images, or content that are offensive or harmful.

  2. Tennessee; a guide to the state

    New York, Hastings House [1949]

  3. Tennessee; a guide to the state

    New York, The Viking press, 1939.

    Online Full text via HathiTrust


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