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Miss Alice C. Fletcher, Washington, D.C. Rt. Hon. Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, Ottawa,
Ont. Professor J. B. Fletcher, New York, N.Y. Hon. E. J. Flynn, Quebec, P.Q. Professor E. M. Fogel, Philadelphia, Pa. Walter G. Fuller, Sturminster Newton,
Dorset, England. Hector Gaboury, Alfred, Ont. Miss Emelyn E. Gardner, Ypsilanti, Mich. Alired C. Garrett, Philadelphia, Pa. Dr. Joseph Gauvreau, Montreal, P.Q. Charles Gendron, Quebec, P.Q. L. P. Goeffrion, Quebec, P.Q. Dr. Pliny Earle Goddard, New York, N.Y. Dr. George Byron Gordon, Philadelphia,
Pa. Rt. Rev. Amedee Gosselin, Quebec, P.Q. Hon. Sir Lomer Gouin, Quebec, P.Q. Dr. George Bird Grinnell, New York, N.Y. Miss Louise Haessler, New York, N.Y. Dr. Stansbury Hagar, New York, N.Y. Miss Eleanor Hague, New York, N.Y. Mrs. Dwight B. Heard, Phoenix, Ariz. J. C. Hébert, Montmagny, P.Q. R. W. Heffelfinger, Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. S. T. Henry, Great Neck Station,
L.I., N.Y. E. W. Heusinger, San Antonio, Tex. Fred W. Hodge, Washington, D.C. Berry B. Holland, Memphis, Tex. Miss A. B. Hollenback, Brooklyn, N.Y. Professor W. H. Holmes, Washington, D.C. Mrs. T. J. Hoover, London, England. Walter Hough, Washington, D.C. J. F. Huckel, Kansas City, Mo. Dr. H. M. Hurd, Baltimore, Md. Indian Affairs Department, Ottawa, Ont. Institut Canadien, Quebec, P.Q. Professor George P. Jackson, Grand Forks,
N.D. Dr. A. Jacobi. New York, N.Y. Sir Louis A. Jetté, Quebec, P.Q. Hon. John C. Kaine. Quebec, P.Q. Mrs. John Ketcham, Chenoa, Ill. Henry E. Krehbiel, New York, N.Y. Professor A. L. Kroeber, San Francisco,
Cal. Colonel George E. Laidlaw, Victoria Road,
Ont. Gustave Lanctot, Ottawa, Ont. Romeo Langlais. Quebec. P.Q. G. La Rochelle, Ottawa, Ont. J. Larocque, Ottawa, Ont. Hon. Gardiner Lathrop. Chicago. III. Dr. Berthold Laufer, Chicago, III. Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Ottawa, Ont. Laval L'niversity Library, Montreal, P.Q. Laval University Library. Quebec, P.Q. W. D. Lighthall, K. C., Westmount, P.Q. Rev. Lionel Lindsay, Quebec, P.Q. Edward Lindsey, Warren, Pa. C. Lombardi, Dallas, Tex. Dr. R. H. Lowie, New York, N.Y. Benjamin Smith Lyman, Philadelphia, Pa. Professor J. M. Manley, Chicago, Ill.
Aimé Marchand, Quebec, P.Q.
Va. Miss Mary Moore Orr, Brooklyn, N.Y. John Edward Oster, New York, N.Y. Dr. Achille Paquet. Quebec, P.Q. Mme. C. Parent-Major, Ottawa, Ont. Rev. V. Pauze, Assomption, P.Q. Professor A. S. Pease, Urbana, III. Rt. Rev. Francois Pelletier. Quebec, P.Q. George H. Pepper, New York, N.Y. Hon. N. P. Perodeau, Quebec, P.Q. Antonio Perrault, Montreal, P.Q. Professor E. C. Perrow. Louisville, Ky. Mrs. T. L. Perry, Asheville, N.C. Harold Pierce, Philadelphia, Pa. Professor Edwin F. Piper, Iowa City, lo. Senator Pascal Poirier, Ottawa, Ont. Miss Louise Pounds, Lincoln, Neb. Principal of Normal School. Chicoutimi,
P.Q. Principal of Normal School, Hull, P.Q. Principal of Jacques Cartier Normal
School, Montreal, P.Q. Principal of Normal School. Joliette. P.Q. Principal of Laval Normal School, Quebec.
P.Q. Principal of Normal School, Nicolet, P.Q. Principal of Normal School, Ste. Anne de
Bellevue, P.Q. Principal of Normal School, St. Hyacinthe.
P.O. Principal of Normal School, St. Pascal,
Kamouraska Co., P.Q. Principal of Normal School. Three Rivers,
P.O. Principal of Normal School, Valleyfield,
Rev. Camille Roy, Quebec, P.Q.
Md. Professor Reed Smith, Columbia, S.C. Société St. Jean Baptiste de Montreal,
Dr. H. J. Spinden, New York, N.Y.
LIST OF LIBRARIES, COLLEGES, AND SOCIETIES, SUBSCRIBERS
TO THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLK-LORE FOR THE
YEAR 1917. For list of libraries, colleges, etc., subscribers to the JOURNAL for 1917, see this JOURNAL, 29 : 572-574.
INDEX TO VOLUME XXX.
On account of the diversity of matter contained in the “ Journal of American
Atwell, George, the Mr. Attowel of the
Atwell, Hugh, wrong identification of, by
fellow, popular hero in Colonial New embedded in full-grown tree, 255, 256.
European steel, value of, in Guiana, 252.
Axes, origin of stone, in Surinam, indicated
the names of stone, in the Negro and In-
the retiring President at Twenty Azema described, 242.
Eighth Annual Meeting, 161-167.
Bahamas, belief in, regarding the killing of
a snake or cat working witch, 185.
folk-tales of, and of the Carolinas, much
the same, 169.
Four Folk-Tales from Fortune Island,
name for “corn" in, 188.
door, or inside haunted room, to dis-
tract spirit, 188.
proverbs from, collected on Abaco, 274.
riddles from, collected on Andros Island,
see Andros Island.
Bangum and the Boar (Missouri variant
of Child, No. 18), 291, 292.
Bessy Bell and Mary Gray (Child, 281),
identification of, by Chitimacha, 478. Bonny Barbara Allen (Child, 84), 317.
Brangywell (variant of Child, No. 18),
Captain Ward and the Rainbow (Child,
of Child, 79), 305-307.
The Mermaid (No. 289), 333.
variant of Child, No. 286), 331, 332.
variant of Child, No. 278). 329, 330.
(Child, No. 286), 330.
The Twa Brothers (Child, No. 49), 293.
The Twa Sisters (Child, No. 10). 286.
The Two Brothers (Missouri variant of
Child, No. 49), 294.
Child, No. 10), 287, 288.
No. 277), 328.
Seashore (Nebraska (1870) variant of
Child, No. 10), 288, 289.
Child, No. 79), 307.
Young Henry (Missouri variant of Child,
Young Hunting (Child, No. 68), 297.
See also Songs.
Ballads and Songs, 283-369.
Bamboo, ancestor of the Ye-lang, 421.
Bantu Tales, 262-268.
ens (Seconde série), 1-140.
or “Dream-Bread" Story, 378-410.
Beasts kneel at midnight on Christmas, 208.
95), used as a game by New York Kaska and Tahltan tales rare, 429.
children on the lower east side, 319. Bibliography of Negro tales, 170.
chusetts variant of Child, No. 200), Black Tai, taboos among, 415-417.
Boas, Franz, quoted, 2.
oides Linn.), 246.
Bonifacy, work among the Lolo of, 418.
"Book of Sindibad" in tenth century, 380.
Boukee and Rabbit in Bahama folk-lore,230.
hollow trees found in, 256.
British Columbia, tales from northern John G. White Collection of Folk-
Lore, Oriental and Mediæval Litera-
ture, and Archæology, 413.
end, with celt, 251.
Color of thunder-stone a criterion of its
power, 254, 260.
-- affected by soil and weather, 254.
Contes Populaires Canadiens (Seconde
Contests, rivalries, and tournaments, 18-
20. See Incidents.
Corpse of one killed by blow from strength
Couplet on the happy reconciliation
in Kaska and Tahltan tales, 428, 429. daughter, 413.
John Stewart, 412.
Criminal escapes hanging through a riddle,
Criterion by which to test the accuracy of
an aboriginal statement, 167.
lated by, 497.
woman remains in retirement during and
dropping food on fire or on floor, in
on All-Souls Day, 496.
“Elfin Knight" printed by, in 1883, dropping food on fire or floor in remem.
brance of the dead, 495.
Cypress-tree struck by lightning, use of
splinters from, in medical practice, 477.
Dance on Cape Verde Islands, refreshments
Darby, Loraine, Ring-Games from Georgia,
confined to four individuals, 474. “Day broke twice" on Old Christmas in
North Carolina, 208.
lected on, 429.
living on, 427.
descendants of, cut out clothes in shape