Texas Folklore Society 1971 2000 Volumn III

1971-2000 (Publications of the Texas Folklore Society) by Francis Edward Abernethy

Publisher: University of North Texas Press

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Subjects:

  • American history,
  • Folklore,
  • History of specific subjects,
  • Institutions & organizations: general,
  • c 1970 to c 1980,
  • c 1980 to c 1990,
  • c 1990 to c 2000,
  • History: American,
  • Sociology Of Organizations,
  • Social Science,
  • History - U.S.,
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • Texas,
  • Folklore & Mythology - Folklore,
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • United States - General,
  • History - General History

Edition Notes

ContributionsCarolyn Fiedler Satterwhite (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8741370M
ISBN 101574411225
ISBN 109781574411225

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Abernethy, Francis Edward Context. This book is part of the collection entitled: Texas Folklore Society Publications and was provided by UNT Press to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries. The Texas Folklore Society, Volume III is now available as a free e-book at the UNT Digital Library and The Portal to Texas History.

The three volumes of the Texas Folklore Society’s history were the result of Jack Duncan and John West requesting that all the Society’s programs be published in a volume.

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View Citation. The Texas Folklore Society Volume III. Chapter 1 Ralph H. Houston (–) University of North Texas Press “If the Texas Folklore Society selects Stephen F. Austin State University as a base of operations and names you as Secretary-Editor, the university will assist in the following ways: (1) by giving you released.

The Texas Folklore Society is the oldest state folklore organization continually functioning in the United States. Founded inthe Society held its first meeting on the campus of the University of Texas in The annual meeting takes place the weekend after Easter, when members read papers on a variety of folklore subjects.

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We have over seventy regular volumes in our Publications of the Texas Folklore Society series, including a three-volume history of the organization from through The Texas Folklore Society produced its first publication inwith W. Thomas's Some Current Folk-Songs of thethe Society came out with its first full-length collection of articles that had been given at annual meetings; since then, it has published over seventy regular volumes in its Publications of the Texas Folklore Society series, including a three-volume history of.

In the Society's office was moved to the Stephen F. Austin State University campus in Nacogdoches, and Francis Edward Abernethy became the Secretary-Editor. Abernethy edited fifteen volumes of the PTFS and wrote a three-volume history of the Texas Folklore Society: Volume I ( - ); Volume II (); and Volume III ( - ).

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Francis Edward Abernethy served as the Secretary-Editor of the Texas Folklore Society for 33 years. He played an integral part in the process of moving the headquarters from the University of Texas to Stephen F.

Austin State University in ; for more than three decades, he managed the organization’s daily operations and helped it continue to grow—sometimes through lean years, both.

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The second volume to the Texas Folklore Society history covers from the McCarthy era to the end of the wild and woolly sixties. Includes the publishing history of the TFS books, anecdotes about the gatherings of the Society (including Hermes Nye starting the tradition of the hootenanny at Texas Folklore Society meetings in ), and the emphasis on singing beginning at Society.

The second volume to the Texas Folklore Society history covers from the McCarthy era to the end of the wild and woolly sixties. Includes the publishing history of the TFS books, anecdotes about the gatherings of the Society (including Hermes Nye starting the tradition of the hootenanny at Texas Folklore Society meetings in ), and the emphasis on singing beginning at Society : Francis Edward Abernethy.

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Wilson M. Hudson was the editor of the Texas Folklore Society from to after becoming associated with the Society when he began teaching at The University of Texas. Product details Series: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society (Book 35)Format: Paperback.

Wilson M. Hudson was the editor of the Texas Folklore Society from to after becoming associated with the Society when he began teaching at The University of Texas. Allen Maxwell was a former editor of The Southwest Review and former book editor for The Dallas Morning News.TEXAS FOLKLORE Texas Folklore Society (originally the Texas Folk-Lore Society) was formally organized by Leonidas Warren Payne, Jr., who served as its first president, and John Avery Lomax, who served as the first secretary.

Killis Campbell presented the resolution for the formation of the Folk-Lore Society of Texas at the Decemmeeting of the Texas State Teachers.Members receive a 20% discount on purchases of Texas Folklore Society books from Texas A & M University Press. Members have the opportunity to share folklore with other members through presentations and conversations at meetings.

Members have the opportunity to submit folklore papers for possible publication in the annual volume.