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Abstract This collection consists of materials belonging to botanist Samuel Bain and his family. Most materials in the collection are related to the Great Smoky Mountains.
Abstract This collection houses student papers written for Michael A. Lofaro's folklore class at the University of Tennessee.
Abstract This collection contains oral histories about the Great Smoky Mountains National Park through interviews of people who lived in the area in the early twentieth century. These interviews were conducted by students from the University of Tennessee in Anthropology and Appalachian Folklore classes.
Abstract These projects were completed as part of a class entitled Introduction to Folklore that Dr. Michael A. Lofaro taught during the summer of 2009. Twenty-three students compiled information from various oral sources to analyze local folklore and checked the validity of these reports with written sources. Most of the students interviewed informants to examine haunting stories, supernatural phenomena, natural remedies, vernacular idioms, superstitions, and other subjects. In their reports, they...
Abstract This collection consists primarily of class projects written for Dr. Michael Lofaro's Folklore class between April and July of 2007. It also houses Dr. Lofaro's research on William Byrd's Commonplace. The projects document various aspects of folklore from around the world and are organized first by subject matter and second by the creator's last name.
Abstract This group of material is made up of student projects from Dr. Michael Lofaro's class on folklore. The papers are arranged by the general subject and then by the student's last name. Cassette and Video tapes accompany some of the papers. Numbers in parentheses indicate identification number for cassette tapes corresponding to student papers. Cassettes and video tapes are found in Box 5.
Abstract This group of material is made up of student projects from Dr. Michael Lofaro's class on folklore written between 1977 and 1984. The papers are arranged by: first, the general subject; second, the student's last name; and third, the specific focus of the study.
Abstract This collection houses student papers written for Michael A. Lofaro's folklore class. Among the subjects discussed are arts and crafts, ghosts, jokes, magic, superstitions, proverbs, and songs.
Abstract This collection is composed of student projects from Dr. Michael Lofaro's class on folklore. There is a wide range of topics from Appalachian quilts, superstitions, and home remedies to drinking games, BDSM slang, and jump rope rhymes. It includes student papers from the following semesters: Spring 1999, Summer 1999, Fall 1999, Spring 2001, and Summer 2005. Audiotapes, videotapes, computer disks, and photographs accompany some projects.
Abstract This collection houses two student projects conducted as part of Dr. Michael Lofaro's class on American folklore at the University of Tennessee dating from 2004 and 2007. The first project consists of a study of 50 proverbial phrases, traditional remedies, jokes, stories, jingles, and superstitions and includes VHS video footage. The second project consists of 25 folk remedies.
Abstract This collection houses papers written in 1981 by students in Benita Howell's folklore class at the University of Tennessee.
Abstract This collection houses papers pertaining to Norbert Riedl's study of folklore while at the University of Tennessee.
- Subject: Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.) -- Social life and customs. X