Folk-song and Folk-Poetry as found in the secular songs of the Southern Negroes

Posted: September 27, 2012 in American Folk lore, Howard W. Odum, Pre Blues

Author: Howard W. Odum

Source:

The Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 24, No. 93 (Jul. – Sep., 1911), pp. 255-294 (part I)

The Journal of American Folk-lore, VoL. 24. No. 94 (Oct.-Dec., 1911), pp. 351-396 (continued)

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Howard W. Odum was not only a pioneering Amercian sociologist, but also one of the first scholars to take notice of the rich repertory of African-Amercian secular songs.

Read the articles :

PART I

PART II

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  1. Bunker Hill says:

    Our Blues : Some written lines about blues wrote:

    > erwin posted: ” Author: Howard W. Odum Source: The Journal of American > Folk-lore, VoL. XXIV.-OCTOBER-DECEMBER, 1911 -No. XCIV, pp. 351-396 > __________________________________________________________ Howard W. Odum was > not only a pioneering Amercian sociolog” >

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