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Folk-Lore from Antigua, British West Indies

John H. Johnson
The Journal of American Folklore
Vol. 34, No. 131 (Jan. - Mar., 1921), pp. 40-88
DOI: 10.2307/534935
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/534935
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[Footnotes]
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    p. 44
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • JAFL 6
    • No. 8
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    Compare Jamaica (Pub. FLS 55 : IV)
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    Compare Dutch Guiana (JAFL 30 : 244-246)
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    Compare Jamaica (FLJ I : 291)
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    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Compare Jamaica (Pub. FLS 55 : 11)
    • Bahamas (MAFLS 13 : 109)
    • Georgia (Harris 1 : XIX)
    • Bulu (JAFL 27 : 266
    • 32 :434
    • Liberia (JAFL, 32 : 417)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Compare Jamaica (Milne-Home, 122-124)
    • Bahamas (MAFLS 3 : 79)
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    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • MAFLS 13 : 12
    • FL 30 : 227-234
    • Gold Coast (Barker and Sinclair, 69-72)
    • Mpongwe (Nassau, 22-23)
    • Vandau (Curtis, 45)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • MAFLS 13 : 8 (note 3)
    • Mpongwe (Nassau, 35-37)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • MAFLS 13 : 82 (note 2)
    • Georgia (JAFL 32 : 402)
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    • MAFLS 13 : 30 (note 1)
    • Louisiana (JAFL 9 : 195-196)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Compare Angola (MAFLS 1 : 209)
    • Bahamas (MAFLS 3 : 79)
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    Compare Georgia (Harris 2 : V)
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    • MAFLS 13 : 15 (note 4)
    • Alabama (JAFL 32 : 444)
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    MAFLS 13 : 103 (note 1)
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    • Dähnhardt, 3 : 22 et seq.
    • 4 : 94, 98, et seq
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    MAFLS 13 : 119 (note 1)
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • MAFLS 13 : 87 (note 2), 91 (note 1)
    • Angola (MAFLS 1 : 189-191)
    • Mpongwe (Nassau, 28)
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    MAFLS 13 : 104 (note 3)
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    • MAFLS 13 : 1 (note 1)
    • North Carolina (JAFL 30 : 192- 193)
    • Pennsylvania (JAFL 30 : 215-216)
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    Compare Jamaica (Milne-Home, 64-65)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • MAFLS 13 : 45 (note 1)
    • Mpongwe (Nassau, 68-76)
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    Compare MAFLS 13 : 48
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    Compare MAFLS 13 : 39
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    Compare Jamaica (Pub. FLS 55 : 26-27)
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    MAFLS 13 : 135 (note 2)
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Compare Bahamas (MAFLS 13 : 90-91)
    • Fjort (Dennett, XXI)
    • Sierra Leone (Thomas, 64-65)
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    • Pennsylvania (JAFL 30 : 214-215)
    • Dähnhardt, 4 : 242 et seq.
    • 259-261, 277
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    • Compare North Carolina (JAFL 30 :189)
    • Pennsylvania (JAFL 30 : 209)
    • Gold Coast (Barker and Sinclair, 155-157)
    • Dähnhardt, 4 : 72 et seq., particularly 78 et seq
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    Compare Jacobs I : 118
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    • MAFLS 13 : 35 (note 3)
    • Bolte u. Polívka, 1 : 37
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    • MAFLS 13 : 129 (note 1)
    • Bolte u. Polívka, 1 : 260-276
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    • Compare Louisiana (MAFLS 2 : 116)
    • Georgia (Harris 3:32)
    • Bolte u. Polívka, 2 : 401
    • JAFL 25 : 251
    • 27 : 215
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    Compare Bolte u. Polívka, 3 : 214-233
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    • MAFLS 13 : 11 (note 3)
    • FL 28 : 408-414
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Bolte u. Polívka, 2 : 468
    • French Canada (JAFL 29 : 25, and 30 : 79)
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    This reference contains 5 citations:
    • Bolte u. Polívka, 1 : 528-556
    • JAFL 25:258 (note 4)
    • Radin-Espinosa, 202
    • FL 32: 194-201
    • French Canada (JAFL 30 : 82)
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    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Compare Jamaica (Pub. FLS 55 : XVII)
    • FL 3 : 194-201
    • Compare Bahamas (MAFLS 13 : 125)
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Compare Bahamas (MAFLS 13 : 93-94)
    • Bolte u. Polivka, 1 : 520
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    Compare Jamaica (JAFL 9 : 39, No. 8)
  • 2
    Compare Bahamas (JAFL 32 : 439, No. 4)
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