Folk-Lore Record


Folk-Lore Record
   The first journal published by the *Folk-Lore Society, and thus the first journal in the world to be devoted solely to the subject. Folk-Lore Record ran for five volumes, 1878 to 1882. It was succeeded by the *Folk-Lore Journal, and later by Folk-Lore and *Folklore.

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  • Bibliography —    ■ Abrahams, Roger D., Jump Rope Rhymes: A Dictionary (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1969).    ■ and Rankin, Lois, Counting Out Rhymes: A Dictionary (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1980).    ■ Ackerman, Robert, J. G. Frazer: His Life… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • Folklore Society —    The Folk Lore Society was founded in January 1878 (it kept the hyphen till 1968), and was thus the first society in the world devoted to the subject. There had been protracted correspondence in *N&Q in 1876 7, initiated by Eliza *Gutch ( St… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

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  • Folklore — (the journal)    The early history of the Folklore Society s periodical was summarized by Allan Gomme (Folk Lore 63 (1952), 6 7). Initially it appeared annually as The *Folk Lore Record (1879 82); then monthly as The *Folk Lore Journal (1883 4),… …   A Dictionary of English folklore