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New York Folklore Quarterly, Vol. XV, No. 3, Autumn 1959

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NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. XV, No. 3, Autumn 1959

CONTENTS


President’s Page
  164

Turning Back the Waters of the Ashokan

Norman Studer
165

Streets with Celestial Names

Charles F. Wells
169

The Female Hunter

Robert E. Pike
172

Cassadaga Lake Tragedy and the “Elegiac Stanzas”

Roger C. Heppell
183

Road Talk

Otto C. Dietterle
190

YEAR OF HISTORY
The Kidd Salvage Project in the Hudson River


Charles A. Huguenin
192

Epitaph from Erie County

Bessie Dahn
215

Cassadaga Wolf Hunt

Gladys Carlson
216

Nineteenth-Century History in Yiddish Folksong

Ruth Rubin
220

FOR YOUNGER READERS
Nickname

Donald J. Sawyer
229

Books for Younger Readers

233

DEPARTMENTS
Upstate, Downstate


B. A. Botkin and
W. G. Tyrrell
234

Contributors
  240





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