Documenting and Interpreting Minnesota Folklore.

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Documenting and Interpreting Minnesota Folklore.

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Department of Interdisciplinary Programs/Sociology-Anthropology and Center for Community & Regional Research, University of Minnesota, Duluth.




During the Summer of 1995, the Principal Investigator and Research Assistant, funded by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs and the Minnesota Historical Society, traveled through Minnesota, documenting local folk traditions and legends. The purpose was to produce field reports that, along with information from the Minnesota Folklore Archive at UMD, could be used for two related projects: outreach and the anthropology of local narrative.


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Supported by the Minnesota Historical Society and the Center for Community and Regional Research, University of Minnesota, Duluth, through a grant from the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs.

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Bird, Elizabeth S; Woodward, David J. (1996). Documenting and Interpreting Minnesota Folklore.. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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