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Zuñi Tales

Edward L. Handy
The Journal of American Folklore
Vol. 31, No. 122 (Oct. - Dec., 1918), pp. 451-471
DOI: 10.2307/535055
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/535055
Page Count: 21
Subjects: Anthropology American Studies Folklore Language & Literature
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Notes and References

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  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • North American Negroes (Harris, Nights with Uncle Remus, pp. 106-108)
    • Pochutla, Chatino (Mexico) Boas, JAFL 25 : 206, 238
    • Oskar Dähnhardt, Natursagen, 4 : 230 4 : 230
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    p. 216 of this volume
  • 1
    This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Boas, RBAE 31 : 694
    • Kutenai (Boas, BBAE 59 : 8)
    • Nez Percé (MAFLS 11 : Mayer-Farrand 164, Spinden 181
    • Osage (Dorsey, FM 7 : 13, 15)
    • Shoahoni (Lowie-St. Clair, JAFL 22 : 266)
    • Thompson (Teit, MAFLS 11 : 6)
  • 1
    Boas, BBAE 59 : 302, note I
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    Dähnhart, Natursagen, 4 : 232