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Treasury of New England FolkloreA

Publication Year:

1989

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SOCIAL SCIENCE

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Reprint

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General

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English

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Hardcover

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0517679779

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9780517679777

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NEW ENGLAND FOLKLORE: The Stories, Legends, Tall Tales, Traditions, Ballads and Songs of the American Yankee Folk People. Edited by BA Botkin.

The Treasury of New England Folklore is a huge book with over 576 Stories and 50 Songs with the music scores.

Copyright 1947 by Crown publishers, American Legacy Press. This is the 1965 revised edition. This copy of the book is the 1989 reprint.

DESCRIPTION OF CONDITION - 618 pages with detailed footnotes, references and index. Large, heavy, hard cover book with dark blue leatherette cover with gold lettering and a pictorial insert. This Hardcover book is in very good, strong condition. The cover spine is scraped on the back upper corner and I found a bit of leftover glue from an inventory label on the spine. Pages are very good. No tears, folds, highlighting or writing. This very interesting book would be a great addition for your family or a friends' book collection.

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This is a real treasure for people who collect United States Americana literature about the social life and customs in the New England states of Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Connecticut.

The book was compiled and edited by B.A. Botkin. The late Benjamin Botkin was one of America's most eminent folklorists. He served as folklore expert for the Library of Congress and as President of the American Folklore Society. The detailed footnotes in the book are an invaluable bibliography to folklorists and researchers.

These are the Yankees - the salty, shrewd, thrifty, ingenious, laconic, crotchety, pixilated, God Fearing people of New England. These are the customs they preserve and the traditions they treasure, the stories they tell and the songs they sing, their myths and mythology in folk tale and folk speech. These are their heroes and sages, showmen and tricksters, eccentrics and strong men - Israel Putnam, Ethan Allen, Timothy Dexter, P.T. Barnum, Calvin Coolidge, and a host of local characters about whom a body of lively anecdote and colorful legend has grown up. Filled with the zest and sparkle of the woods and sea, the homely wisdom and craft spirit, of farm and village, the know how of the country store and factory, the mystery and magic of witchcraft and superstition, the neighborly fun of rural games, festivals and frolics, the thrills and yarns of hunting and fishing, "A Treasury of New England Folklore" is a compendium of all that's New England.

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CONTENTS
Introduction

PART ONE: FABULOUS YANKEES

I. THE YANKEE'S REPUTATION


Introduction
The Fabulous Yankee-The Yankee Clown -Yankee Wits and Sages-
Sharp Yankees-village Store and Tavern Humor-practical Jokers
Yankees and Englishmen
Corn Cobs Twist Your Hair
Captain Basil Hall and the Countryman
Fanny Kemble and the Yankee Farmer
The Road to Walpole
Provincial Phraseology and Hospitality
Comic Yankee Servants
A Yankee in London: Buying Gape-seed
The Yorkshireman of America
Yorkshire Stories
I'm Yorkshire
My Dog is Yorkshire, Too
Berkshire
Tricks of the Trade
Peddler Humor
A Watch Trade
Razor-strop Trade
Wooden Clocks and Wooden Oats
Grandma Willey's Chair
A Deal in Timberland
Horse Jockeys
From Nags to Riches
The Chestnut Mare
Playing the Game
A Dependable Horse
His father's Horse
A First-Rate Setter
Smart Merchants and Customers
Sam Temple's Store: A Rhyming Advertisement
Cordwood
Deaconing
As Good as His Word
Turning Water into Grog
Paying for the Cider
The Egg, the Darning-Needle, and the Treat
Paying for the Stolen Butter
The Soap Cure
The Stolen Cheese
Who Stole the Pork ?
Hazing New Clerks
No Store for Him
The Lazy Shopkeeper
Grindstone Out of Cheese
Yankee Workmen and Businessmen
The Clever Blacksmith
Too Good to Spoil
Boots and Shoes
For Knowing How
A Day's Pay
''Make a Job or Take a Job'': A Yankee Work Saga
Working on the Farm
Railroading
Irishman Stories
Getting Rid of the Deadwood
Chicopee Dam
Depression Jobs
Road Work
Joe Dago, Logging Boss
George Van Dyke
Jams and Stunts
Beans
The Loggers and the Circus Fellows
Save the Peavies
The Drummer and the Stagecoach
Yankee Drummer Stories

II. LOCAL CHARACTERS


Introduction
"characters" Droll Yankees-Yankee Wit
Country People and Storytellers
Ghosts
The Ghost in the Attic
Halloween Prank
Kicking the Pig
Sorting the Pigs
Breaking Steers
The 0ff Ox
A Deal in Oxen
The Shower
Wild Blueberries
A Byword
Shutting the Old Man Up
Coming of Age
Jack and Hudson
A Calm Man
Apple Cider
The Sheriff and the Shoes
Model T
The Critic
Why Ansel Rawson Never Joined the Grange
Oren Wilder and the White Stones
Martin Richardson Stayed
The Electric Fence
The File
Marrying Late
Vermont Summer
Stubborn Yankees
Our Town
Franklin Forestalling Inquiry
He Might as Well Have Stayed
A Yankee in Georgia
The Return of the Native
''Real Characters''
Country Squire
Independent Vermonters
The Snows of Yesteryear
God and the New Hampshire Farmer
Rock Farm
Building Wall
Answering One Question by Asking Another
The Map from Monkton
Taunton's Seasons
Jim Eldridge's Old Mill
Characters
Migratory Birds
Exhuming the Remains
Bringing In the Log
Salt Water Yankees
Ma'am Hackett's Garden
Fallowing the Wrong Gulls
The Captain's Hat
How Long from Port?
Counting the Children
Whalers' Bastards
Captain Peleg's Letter
Captain Eleazer's Bulldog
The Captain's Prescription
Thar She Blows !
The Stammering Sailor
The Seagoing Coffin
She Sleeps Six
Cap'n Tibbett and the Body
A Wreck's a Wreck
A Long Wreck Hook for the preacher
Anecdote Characteristic of Sailors
Yankee Preachers
Fisherman's Seward
Prayer for Rain
Prayer for Wind
Schooner Ashore
Minister and Fish
The World, the Flesh, and the Devil
A Timely Text
The Rev. Mr. Bulkley's Advice
Johnny-cake under the Stove
The Dominie and the Horse
Yankees and Indians
Wickhegan
When the Powder Grows
Head Work
A New Way to Make People Happy
Indian Justice
The Englishman with Two Heads
Justice Waban
Yankee Husbands and Wives
Abraham Underhill's Wife
The Reformed Wlfe
The Will of the Lord
Thomas Hatch's Courtship
Pulling the Rope
Don't Hat That Post Again
Breaking the Pitcher
Rat or Mouse
The Old Couple and the Bear
Yankee diligence
The Parsimonious Widower
The Clever and the Foolish
The Secret of True Economy
The Poor Butter
Selling the Dog
Misfits
Getting More for His Money
Recognizing the Broom
The Double Hitch
Spelling His Name
The Thief's Defense
Not Bright
An Honest Man
Uncle Jed
A Shovel for "Uncle Ed''
The Laziest Man In Vermont
Wife Sitter
Two Round Trips
Sylvester and John
How the Old Lady Beat John
A Careless Cuss
Salmon or Cod ?
Eggs Is Eggs
Answering the Reproof
Painting the Meeting-House
The Order of their Going
Whittling without a Purpose
A Couple of Reasons Too Many
The Ungallant Suitor
The Captain's Pudding
Diploma Digging
Damaging the Engine
He Might as Well Have Et
Quite a Storm
Saving a Fuss
Timothy Crumb's Courtship

III. STOUT FELLOWS AND HARD LIARS


Introduction
"Overplus of Expression''-I Came to New England Seeking Wonders''-
Local Pride and Prejudice
Monstrosities of Mirth
Hard Lying
The Man Who Bottled Up the Thunder
The Man that Cut Bread So Fast with the Shoe-Knife
Nantucket "Sleigh Ride"
Strong Men
John Strong and the Bear
Stout Jeffrey
Jonas Lord
Jigger Johnson, River Boss
Old Sam Hewes, River Man
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Remarkable Hunting and Shooting
Jonathan's Hunting Excursion
Slow Powder
Captain Paddock's Whale Iron
Sharp Shooting
A Gone Coon
The Double-Barreled Shotgun
O1d Town Tall Tales
The Cat with the Wooden Leg
Bringing in the Bear
Tying a Knot in a Painter's Tail
Duck Hunting Yarn
The Green Duck Hunter and the Live Decoy
Jotham Stories
fisherman's Luck
Grant's Tame Trout
Catching Trout by Tickling
A Creel of Big Ones
Easy Fishing
The Hoopajuba
Truthful Jake
Simple Explanation
Saturation Point
Expert Advice
The Law
Outboard Motor
That Man That Liked to Fish
Remarkable Animal Behavior
A Gone Fish
The Mink Story
Why I Never Shoot Bears
The Hawk Feather That Ate the Chicken
Tall Tales from the Maine Woods
The Tree Bears
The Stove Pipe
Big Eating
The Lost Shoat
Legal Tender
Gailandzoo
Local Wonders
The Mosquitoes with the Canvas Britches
Frozen Death
Human Hibernation: The Mystery Solved
Fog Yarn
Shingling Out onto the Fog
Maine's Woodland Terrors
The Tote-Road Shagamaw
Gazerium and Snydae
Gyascutus
The Come-at-a-Body

PART TWO: MYTHS, LEGENDS, AND TRADITIONS <

I. WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD
Introduction
Providences and Prodigies
History versus Myth
Nature Myths
Ghost-Ridden and Devil-Doomed
Singular Occurrences
The New Haven Specter Ship
The Moodus Noises
Contemporary Accounts
An Interview
The Windham Frogs
The Great Ipswich Fright
The Palatine Light
Mysterious Creatures
The Reverend Samuel Peters' Contribution
Caterpillars and Wild Pigeons
The Whapperknocker
The Cuba
The Dew-Mink
The Humility
The Whippoorwill
Belled Snakes
Tree-Frogs
Cotton Mather's Snake Stories
The New England Sea-serpent
Caldera Dick
Haunts and Specters
Ocean-Born Mary
The Ghosts of Georges Bank

II. THE POWERS OF DARKNESS


Introduction
Monster or Gentleman? -Dancing to the Devil's Fiddle
The Devil is in It
Old Trickery the Devil-Doomed Sandman
Jonathan Moulton and the Devil
The Devil and the Card-players
Cheating the Devil
The Loup-Garou
The Devil and the Loups-Garous
Why Purgatory Was Made
The Witch is in it
How Old Betty Booker Rode Skipper Perkins Down to York
Old Deb and Other Old Colony Witches
The Man Who Could Send Rats
The Man Who Made Weather

III. PLACE LORE


Introduction
A Local Habitation and a Name''-"More Patient Almost of Anything than of Flatness''
The Art of Naming Places
There Are No Peruvians in Peru
Yankee Flavor
Names of the New England States
Nicknames of the New England Sites
The Naming of Cape Cod
Why the White Mountains Are Called ''White''
Names in the White Mountains
The Christening of Vermont
The Naming of Auburn
These Haddams
Which Dover ?
Lake Charcogg-Etc.-Maugg
The Origin of "Hoosic''-A Satire
Point Judith
Lemon Fair River
Bride Brook
Mingo Beach
Sea-Gull Cliffs
The Devil's Ash Heap
Local Color and Local Rivalry
''Proper Bostonians''
The devil and the Wind in Boston
Damnation Alley
The S.S. Pierce Pung
Why Boston Streets Are Crooked
Cape Cod rivalries
How the Cranberry Came to Cape Cod
Provincetown and the Devil
Firehouse Stories
Fishermen's Races
A Town Divided
The Woman Who Sold Winds
Moving a Town down a Hill
Ephraim Wright and the Underground Railroad
The Lost Child

IV. HISTORICAL TRADITIONS


Introduction
Tradition and History-The Bardic Tradition-The Yankee as Hero:
Legend and Myth
Fables and Symbols
Priscilla and John Alden
The Tinker and the Fencing-Master
The Angel of Hadley
Level and the Indians
Captain Putnam and the British Major
Old Put's Wolf
Yankee Doodle
The Young Rebels
The Original Brother Jonathan
A Loyal Tory of Hancock
The Satisfied Redemptioner
The Yarn-Beam Cannon
Skipper lreson's Ride
Mrs. Bailey's petticoat
Rogues, Eccentrics, and Heroes
Captain Kidd Legends in New England
Kidd's Tomb
Kidd's Ghost
Tom Cook, the Leveler
George White, Horse Thief
Dexter's Profitable Blunders
Sam Hyde, Proverbial Liar
The Old Darnman
Crazy Lorenzo Dow
Exploits of Ethan Allen
His Legend
What He Said at Ticonderoga: A Variant
Hunting Exploits
Chastising Yorkers
He Eats Iron
A Conjurer by Passion
Ethan and Fanny Wall
Drunk or Sober
My Name ls Allen
"Ave'' Henry, Lumber Baron
The Enigma of Silent Cal
''You Got to Be Mighty Careful''
His Apparent Irrelevance
His Silence
His Laconic Style

PART THREE: BELIEFS AND CUSTOMS

I. THE POWER OF FAITH


Introduction
Evanescent Clues-The Power of Sympathy
Signs and Warnings
St. Elmo's Fire
St. Elmo Sees Them Through
The Wraith In the Storm
The Cradle Will Rock
The Girl in the Fog
The Black Newfoundland Dog
The Telltale Seaweed
Esau and the Gorbey
Rooster Talk
Luck, Divination, and Conjuration
The Dream Line
Flower Oracles
Apple Divinations
A Fortune in a stick
Sailors' Superstitions
Lucky and Unlucky Ships' Names
Ship Figureheads
Say "Minister''
Why the Flounder Has a Wry Mouth and Two Colors
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Snake Lore
A Letter to the Rats
Conjuring Rats
Aunt Weed's Rat Letter
Driving a Witch Out of the Soap
The Fairies Who Didn't Stay
Weather Lore
Signs and Seasons
Prognostics of the Weather
Signs m the Sea's Rote
Cures
Simples and Benefits
Roots and Herbs
Tonics and Family Rights
Meetin' Seed
Plantain
Snake Ball
Skunk Oil and Other Remedies

II. THE FORCE OF CUSTOM


Introduction
The Good Old Days-Cooperation and Ritual
Old New England Dishes - Cooking Food Recipes receipts
Narragansett Johnny-cake
Corn Dishes
Gailandzoo
Narragansett Fried Smelts and Broiled Eels
Nantucket Quahaugs
New England versus Manhattan Clam Chowder
Daniel Webster's Fish Chowder
Herring Sticks
Lobster Stew
Scootin'-'long-the-shore
New England Boiled Dinner
Muslin Toast
Nantucket Wonders
Skully-Jo
''Biled Cider Apple Sass''
Salt Horse
Whaleship's Menu
Lost Arts and Passing Institutions
Barnum Recalls the Good Old Days
Some Public Land Record Lore of Vermont and New Hampshire
Bees, Change-Work, and Whangs
Raisings
Country Auctions
Sugaring Science
Building a Stone Wall
Samplers
Quilting
Coast Traders
Ride and Tie
Chebobbins
Stanger's Fire
Pillow Bears and Feather Voyages
Filling Boots with Flaxseed
Powder-Horns
Jagger-Knives
Noggin and Piggin
Cat Holes
Boarding Around
Letter Writing
Visiting and Advertising Cards
Deaconing the Psalm
The Meetinghouse Bell
Stove and Anti-stove Factions
Bundling
Tarrying
Courting-sticks
Courting with Stones
Bride Stealing
The Devil's Flddle
Shift Marriages
Calendar Customs
Thanksgiving
Its History
Its Customs
Christmas Eye on Beacon Hill
Menin Jesu in Provincetown
Halloween
The Fourth of July
Guy Fawkes' Day
Nantucket Sheep Shearing
Town Meeting Day
Muster or Training Day
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PASTIMES AND GAMES
Chimney-corner Story-Telling
The Debating Society
Sleigh Riding
Husking Bees or Frolic
Cattle Show
County Fair
Cockroach and Bedbug Match
The Gam
A Childish Pastime
Horse Chestnut Men
Fly Away, Jack
Smell Brimstone
I Languish
Hailey Over
Violet Fights
Statues
Old Witch
Tiddledywinks Tiddledewinks
Games of Boston Boys
Punk
The Locust
Coasting
Marbles
Kite-Flying
Tops
Stilting
Tip-cat
Gailandzoo
Choosing Sides
Games of Nantucket boys
Cracks and Squares
Pinching Penny Shells and leadies
Kick Poke
Round Ball

PART FOUR: WORD LORE

I. YANKEEISMS


Introduction
Regionalism in Yankee Speech
Folk Speech and Speech
Provincial Speech
Vermont Dialect Areas
The Yankee Twang
The Nasal Tone
An Odd Mixture
Ancient Pronunciation
Kentish Provincialism in New England
Nantucket Pronunciation of the Points of the Compass
Contributions to the New England Vocabulary and idioms
From Lowell's Lexicon
Chiefly from Portsmouth
From Maine and New Hampshire
Stories in Words
The Baldwm Apple
The Bofat
Tbe Cape Cod Cat
Cape Cod Turkey
"Cat'' Words
Comfort Powders
A Dead Horse
Drail
Ear-Timers
Gallbuster
Heave and Haul
Herb Tea
Hubbub
lnterval (e)
Johnny-cake
Kennebec Turkey
Killcor
The Minister's Rib Factory
Mooncussin'
Mud Time
Munching Drawer
The Pilgrims
P. I.'s and Frenchmen
Pot Luck
Pumpkin-Heads
The Sacred Cow
Schooner
Shun-pikes
Thank'ee Ma'ams
Towner
Twitches
Twizzles
Wangle
Yankee
According to Reverend Gordon
According to Mencken
Names and Nicknames
Old Testament Names in New England
Providential Names
Girls' Names
Double Christian Names
Portuguese American Names and Nicknames
Ships' Names
Ships' Names on Old Barns
'Sconset House Names
Names of Apples
Poor Old Country Railroad
The Hub
Back Side and Bay Side

II. FOLK-SAY


Introduction
Mythology in Folk Speech-Local Bywords and Proverbs
Salt of the Sea
Nantucket Nauticalisms
Varieties of Nantucket Wind and Weather
Nantucketisms
Nantucket Similes and Sayings
"As Mad as Tucker''
"As Weak as Annie Burrill's Tea''
'"As Bad as Old Skitzy''
"As Handy as Caleb's cheese''
''A Poor Gamaliel"
"You Haven't Got Dinah Paddock to Deal with''
"Keeping Still like Uncle Jimmy''
''NO More Use for Them than Meader Had for His Teeth''
Yankee Eloquence
Wit ln Yankee Speech
Humor in Yankee Speech
Miscellany
A Vermont "Idioticon''
Seamen's Sermon
A 'Sconseter's Will
Proverbs and Sayings
yada yada gig gig gig
Old English Proverbs
The Sayings of Poor Ned
Aphorisms of Manners
Hi's Got Some Great Sayings
Famous Sayings and Allusions
Cold Roast Boston
Stories in Bywords .
Better Have Paid Your Washwoman
Boston Folks Are Full of Notions
Ethan Allen's Saying
Kilroy Was Here
Mind your Orts
0h, Rinehart !
Pick Up Your Feet
"Sock Saunders'' Sayings

PART FIVE: SONGS AND RHYMES

I. BALLADS AND SONGS


Introduction
Yankee Songs and Singers-songs of the Sea and the Woods
Old and New England
Cape Ann
Old Colony Times
Over There
Away Down East
Yankee Manufactures
Hymns of Faith and Freedom
Chester
Free America
Ballad of the Tea Party
The Boston Tea Tax
The Ballad of Bunker Hill
Riflemen's Song at Bennington
The Constitution and the Guerriere
Ballads
The Miller's Three Sons
Mary of the Wild Moor
The Shining Dagger
Jim Fisk
The Brookseld Murder
The Pesky Serpent
Michigania
No, Never, No
Sea Songs and Chanteys
The Boston Come-All-Ye
Blow, Boys, Blow
Reuben Renzo
Cape Cod Shanty
The Mermaid
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Lumberjack Songs and Ballads
The Lumberman's Alphabet
Jack Haggerty, or the Flat River Girl
The Lumberman's Life
Canada I O
Nursery and Humorous Songs
Nantucket Lullaby
Tile Frog in the Spring
Birds' Courting Song
The Little Pig
Johnny Sands
Old Grimes
Derby Ram
The Herring Song
The Old Man Who Lived in the Wood
The Lone Fish-Ball
The College Version
The History of the Song
Game and Dance Songs
Pompey
Old Woman All Skin and Bone
Quaker's Courtship
Hey, Betty Martin !
Devil's Dream
The Merry Dance
Wild Goose Chase

II. RHYMES AND JINGLES


Introduction
Children's Rhymes- Local Rhymes
Play Rhymes
Counting-out Rhymes
Ball-Bouncing Rhymes
Rope Skipping Ryhmes
Tickling Ryhmes
Children's Taunts
Rhymes for Occasions
Incantations and Formulae
The Weather
The Winds
Campaign Rhymes
Sailor's Rhymes
Rules of the Road, At Sea
Index of Authors, Collectors, Informants, Titles, and First Lines of Songs

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Brooks ~ Jonathan Brother ~ Brown bread ~ Crean Brush ~ Rev Mr. Bulkley ~ Bulls ~ Bundling ~ Battle of Bunker Hill ~ Buried Treasure ~ James D. Butler ~ Joseph Buzzell ~ Jacob Cady ~ Canada and French Canadians ~ Candlemas Day ~ Cards ~ Carey Parson ~ Cats ~ Cattle ~ Chester ~ Francis James Child ~ Chores ~ clam or Fish Chowder ~ Christmas ~ Churches ~ Cider ~ Circus ~ Civil War ~ Clams ~ Clergy ~ The Clever and the Foolish ~ Clockmaker ~ Clocks ~ clock peddlers and clockmakers ~ Cod ~ Codfish aristocracy ~ Joanna Carver Colcord ~ Connecticut Peddler ~ Calvin Coolidge ~ Grace Coolidge ~ Corn dishes ~ Cornish survivals in Cape Cod speech ~ Courtship ~ The Courtship of Miles Standish ~ Cranberry ~ Davy Crockett ~ Andrew Crosby ~ Samuel McCochord Crothers ~ Timothy Crumb ~ Crystall Hills ~ Cures ~ Captain Clifford Curtis ~ Customs ~ Conjuration ~ John Dago ~ Dizzy Dana ~ Dancing ~ the old Darnman ~ Reverand Davenport ~ Deaconing ~ Death warnings and omens ~ St. John de Crevecoeur ~ Hartley Dennett ~ Depression ~ Devil ~ Timothy Dexter ~ Jeremiah ~ Digges ~ Divination ~ Doctors ~ Dogs ~ Richard Dorson ~ Lorenzo Dow ~ Down East ~ Jack Downing ~ Drummers ~ Gov. Joseph Dudley ~ Alice Morse Earle ~ Eccentrics ~ eels ~ Moll Ellis ~ Joe Enos ~ Manuel Enos ~ Epitaph ~ Evangeline ~ Fairies ~ Fairs ~ Richard Falley ~ Joseph Felt ~ Darby Field ~ Fisherman ~ Dorothy Canfield Fisher ~ James Fiske ~ Elizabeth and Thomas Fitch ~ Flounder ~ Flowers and weather prognostics ~ Folk etymology ~ Folk Metaphor ~ Folk speech ~ Forefathers’ Day ~ Fourth of July ~ Benjamin Franklin ~ Freestone State ~ French and Indian War ~ Frogs ~ Mrs. Robert Frost ~ Margaret Fuller ~ R.H. Fuller ~ Gam ~ Games ~ Georges Bank ~ Georgia ~ Ghosts ~ Indian Giant ~ the Goddams ~ Goffe ~ Samuel Goodrich ~ Gorbeys ~ Captain Grosnold ~ Grtanite State Ed Grant ~ Graveyard humor ~ Green Mountain State ~ Guy Fawkes’ Day (Pope’s day) ~ Thomas Chandler Halliburton ~ James A. Hall ~ Halloween ~ Handicrafts ~ Susan Hanson ~ Israel Harris ~ University of Harvard ~ Thomas Hatch ~ Geoffrey ~ Jonathan Rowland Sylvester Hazard ~ Thomas B. (Nailer Tom) Hazard ~ Thomas B. (Shepherd To) Hazard ~ Rev. John Gottlieb Heckwelder ~ J.E. (ave) Henry ~ Heroes ~ Herring ~ Sam Hewes ~ Hiawatha ~ George Handel Hill ~ E.P. Hingston ~ Grandma Hodskins ~ Stewart H. Holbrook ~ Oliver Wendal Holmes ~ Holmes brothers ~ Hoosic ~ Ike Hoover ~ Horse and horse trading ~ Hohn Camden Hotten ~ Hohn Tasker Howard ~ William Dean Howells ~ Frank ~ Howland ~ Huckleberries ~ Hunters ~ hunting and trapping ~ Hutchinson family ~ Sam Hyde ~ Hymns ~ Hyperbole ~ Idiom ~ New England ~ Indians ~ Insects ~ Irish Irishmen ~ Intervale ~ Washington Irving ~ Edward Ives ~ Andrew Jackson ~ George Pullen Jackson ~ George Stuyvesant Jackson ~ Henry James ~ William Jefferay ~ Burges Johnson ~ Edward Johnson ~ Jigger Johnson ~ Melville Johnson ~ Mrs. Clifton Johnson ~ Brother Jonathan ~ Jonathanisms ~ Jonny Cake ~ Jonny-cake Papers ~ John Josselyn ~ Father Robert Kemp ~ Edward Augustus Kendall ~ Richard G. Kendall ~ Captain Kidd ~ Killcow ~ Joe King ~ King Philip’s War ~ George Lyman Kittredge ~ Henry G. Kittredge ~ S.H. Krappe ~ George Philip Krapp ~ Labrador ~ Captain Lamberton ~ Land records ~ Lucy Larcom ~ Sam Lawson ~ John Ledyard ~ Legends ~ Liars ~ "Lining out" ~ Joseph Lincoln ~ Liquor ~ Little Rhody ~ Rev S.T. Livermore ~ Lobster Stew ~ Local Characters ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ~ Jonas Lord ~ aC. Grant Loomis ~ Loups-garous ~ Lovers’ Leap ~ James Russell Lowell ~ Lumbering and Lumbermen ~ Lumber State ~ The Lynn Shoe Worker ~ Maple Sugar ~ Marriage ~ Mass delusion and hysteria ~ Cotton Mather ~ Increase Mather ~ Maushope ~ Herman Melville ~ Millers ~ Militia ~ Mink ~ Moby Dick ~ Mooncussers ~ Nathaniel Morton ~ Captain Mosely ~ Mother Goose ~ Jonathan Moulton ~ Mount Holyoke College ~ Priscilla Mullins ~ Munching drawer ~ Mythical animals and birds ~ Myths and Mythology ~ Names (apple ~ personal ~ place ~ ships’) ~ Hon. Lonson Nash ~ Natives and strangers ~ New Brunswick ~ New Hampshire Historical Society ~ Nicknames ~ Rev Seth Noble ~ Nocake ~ Charles Eliot Norton ~ Nova Scotia ~ Old Farmer’s Almanac ~ Old Hundred ~ Old Put ~ Oldtown –Natick Mass. Geographical Index ~ Oxen ~ Oysters ~ Captain Ichabod Paddock ~ Sewell Page ~ Panthers ~ Sam Patch ~ Paul Rever’s Ride ~ Edmund Lester Pearson ~ Peavies ~ Peddlers ~ Rev Samuel Peters ~ Hugh Peters ~ Phillis ~ Pigs ~ Pilchard (pelcher) ~ Pilgrims ~ Pine Tree State ~ Pirates ~ Place name stories ~ Battle of Plattsburg ~ Plum pudding voyage ~ Pocahontas ~ Poodic ~ Portland & Oxford Central Railroad ~ Portuguese ~ Pot Luck ~ Powder ~ Practical jokers ~ Rev Thomas Prince ~ Yankee Pronunciations ~ Proverbs and sayings ~ Pumpkin ~ ~ Puritans ~ General Israel Putnam ~ Quahogs ~ Quakers ~ Quarterboards ~ Quilting ~ Races fishermen’s ~ Raccoons ~ Railroads ~ raisings ~ rats ~ recollections of olden times ~ the Regicides ~ regionalism in Yankee Speech ~ Reluctant eloquence ~ Remarkable animal behavior ~ Paul Revere ~ Revolutionary War ~ Rhymes and jingles ~ Captain Richard Rich ~ Rinehart ~ Road Work ~ Andrew Robinson ~ Moses Robinson ~ Rowland Robinson ~ Tom Rogers ~ Royal Society ~ Sacred cod ~ St. Christopher ~ St. Denis Canada ~ St. Elmo’s fire ~ St. Ours ~ Canada ~ St. Peter ~ Salt horse ~ Samplers ~ Sock Saunders ~ Dorothy Scarborough ~ Henry Rowe Schoolcraft ~ Sea and sailors ~ Sea’s rote ~ Sea serpents ~ Samuel Sewell ~ Nathaniel Shaw ~ Shay’s rebellion ~ Sheep and Shearing ~ Ship figureheads ~ Phantom Ships ~ Shoal Hope ~ Ship’s names ~ clippers frigates packets schooners ~ Shoemakers ~ Shooting ~ Mercy Short ~ Dr. Shuckburgh ~ Signs and warnings ~ Sisyphean labor ~ Skimmerton ~ Skully-jo ~ Sleigh ride Nantucket ~ Signs and Warnings ~ Sam Slick ~ Captain John Smith ~ Seba Smith ~ Snakes ~ Soap ~ Jacob Spalding ~ Springfield Mountain ~ S.S. Pierce ~ Archie Stackhouse ~ Stage coaches ~ Captain Miles Standish ~ Molly Stark ~ Steers ~ Athanasius Stoddard ~ Stone Walls ~ Harriet Beecher Stowe ~ Storekeepers ~ Stranger’s Fire ~ John Strong ~ Strong men ~ Jeb Stuart ~ Supernatural phenomena –devils ~ haunts and haunted houses ~ storm raising witches ~ witch weavers ~ wizards ~ Superstitions ~ Surveying ~ Symptom books ~ Tall Talk ~ Tall tales ~ Jeannette Tandy ~ Tarrying ~ Tautog ~ Taverns ~ Father Taylor ~ Sam Temple ~ Tennessee ~ Thanksgiving ~ Seth Thomas ~ Harold Thompson ~ Zadock Thompson ~ Captain Joseph Thomson ~ Henry David Thoreau ~ Toads ~ Tonics ~ Towner ~ Town meetings ~ Trade ~ historical traditions ~ Travelers ~ Travelers tales ~ Jonathan Trumbell ~ Mark Twain ~ Royall Tyler ~ Uncle Sam ~ Abraham Underhill ~ George Van Dyke ~ Ola G. Veazie ~ Elizabeth Vergoose ~ A Hyatt Verrill ~ Very poor man’s dinner ~ Mary Heaton Vorse ~ Thomas Waban ~ Tom Walker ~ Fanny Wall ~Artemus Ward (Charles Farrer Brownee) ~ Seth Warner ~ War of 1812 ~ Weather predictions ~ rain ~ fog ~ snow ~ wind storms ~ thunder ~ rhymes ~ Weaving ~ Daniel Webster ~ Noah Webster ~ Abigail Weed ~ Whales ~ whaling and whalemen ~ Whalley ~ William Wheeler ~ George White ~ Walt Whitman ~ John Whittier ~ Wildcats ~ Willey Slide ~ Abiel Williams ~ Roger Williams ~ Gov. Edward Winslow ~ Gov John Winthrop of Connecticut and Massachusetts ~ Wolves ~ Wood Woodchuck ~ Wooden nutmegs Wooden oats ~ Wreckers ~ Ephraim Wright ~ Yankee ~ Yankees ~ Yankee Doodle ~ Yankeeisms ~ Yarns ~ Yorkshiremen.


Places in the index:


CONNECTICUT

Bozrah ~ Brooklyn ~ Canaan ~ Centerbrook ~ Clinton ~ Colchester ~ East Canaan ~ East Haddam ~ Groton ~ Haddam ~ Hartford ~ Litchfield ~ Lyme ~ Millington ~ Moodus ~ New Haven ~ Newington ~ New London ~ Norwalk ~ Norwich ~ Pomfret ~ Salem ~ Suffield ~ Thomaston ~ Windham

MAINE

Aroostook County ~ Bangor ~ Blue Hill ~ Brunswick ~ Cobbossee ~ Enfield ~ Georgetown ~ Greenville ~ Hallowell ~ Kittery ~ Loudon Hill ~ Milford ~ Minot ~ Monhegan ~ Naples ~ Old Town ~ Penobscot ~ Penobscot County ~ Piscataquius County ~ Poland ~ Portland ~ Pownalboro ~ Searsport ~ Taniscot ~ Wayne ~ York ~ York Beach

MASSACHUSETTS

Alford ~ Andover ~ Ashfield ~ Auburn ~ Barnstable ~ Barnstable County ~ Barre ~ Bedford ~ Bedford Springs ~ Beverly ~ Billerica ~ Boston ~ Brimfield ~ Cambridge ~ Canton ~ Cape Cod ~ Chappaquiddick ~ Chatham ~ Chicopee ~ Cohasset ~ Dedham ~ Digby ~ Do Not Copy ~ Dover ~ Dudley ~ Eastham ~ Egremont ~ Essex ~ Falmouth ~ Farmington ~ Framington ~ Gloucester ~ Goshen ~ Great Barrington ~ Hadley ~ Hancock ~ Harwich ~ Haverhill ~ Holden ~ Ipswich ~ Lexington ~ Longmeadow ~ Ludlow Lynn ~ Malden ~ Manchester ~ Marblehead ~ Marlborough ~ Marshfield ~ Medfield ~ Medford ~ Middleboro ~ Middlesex County ~ Mingo Beach ~ Mount Auburn ~ Nantasket Beach ~ Natick ~ New Bedford ~ Newbury ~ Newburyport ~ Northampton ~ Northfield ~ North Weymouth ~ Orleans ~ Osterville ~ Plymouth ~ Provincetown ~ Quabbin ~ Rochester ~ Salem ~ Salisbury ~ Saugus ~ Sandisfield ~ Siasconset ~ Southampton ~ South Hadley ~ Springfield ~ Taunton ~ Turners Falls ~ Truro ~ Tyringham ~ Walpole ~ Ward ~ Wareham ~ Washington ~ Watertown ~ Wellfleet ~ Westborough ~ Westfield ~ West Pittsfield ~ Weymouth ~ Wilbraham ~ Wilmington ~ Woburn ~ Worcester ~ Yarmouth

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Alstead ~ Alton ~ Berlin ~ Boscawen ~ Bow ~ Brookfield ~ Cheshire County ~ Concord ~ Dublin ~ East Sandwich ~ Exeter ~ Francestown ~ Gilsum ~ Gorham ~ Hancock ~ Henniker ~ Johnson Village ~ Keene ~ Lancaster ~ Langdon ~ Littleton ~ Manchester ~ Mascoma ~ Mont Vernon ~ Newcastle ~ North Walpole ~Pittsburg ~ Portsmouth ~ Sandown ~ Shelburne ~ Somersworth ~ South Ackworth ~ Stoddard ~ Tioga ~ Walpole ~ Washington ~ West Concord ~ Whitefield ~ Wilton ~ Zealand

RHODE ISLAND

Exeter ~ Four Corners ~ Hopkinton ~ Kingston ~ Middletown ~ Mount Hope ~ Narragansett ~ Newport ~ North Kingstown ~ Peace Dale ~ Providence ~ Rehoboth ~ South Kingston ~ Westerly ~ Woonsocket

VERMONT

Addison ~ Arlington ~ Barre ~ Bellows Falls ~ Bennington ~ Brattleboro ~ Charlotte ~ Enosburgh ~ Fairlee ~ Fayetteville ~ Hardwick ~ Middebury ~ Monkton ~ Montpelier ~ Newfane ~ Northfield ~ Rutland ~ South Fairlee ~ Springfield ~ Sunderland ~ Wildersburgh ~ Williston ~ Windham County

MOUNTAINS - ROCKS – CLIFFS

Becky’s Ridge ~ Berkshires ~ Carter Dome ~ Crawford Notch ~ Franconia Notch ~ Green Mountains ~ Lovel Mountain ~ McSparran Hill ~ Mill Rock ~ Monument Mountain ~ Mt. Chocorua ~ Mt. Madison Mt. Tom ~ Mt. Washington ~ Pinkham Notch ~ Purgatory ~ Sampson’s Hill ~ The White Mountains

ISLANDS Block Island ~ Clark’s Island ~ Grand Manan Island ~ Isles of Shoals ~ Martha’s Vineyard ~ Plum Island ~ Ram Island ~ Thacher's Island ~ Vinalhaven

RIVERS – BROOKS -LAKES - PONDS

Allegash Lake ~ Androscoggin River ~ Blackberry River ~ Bride Brook ~ Chapman Falls ~ Chaunceys Creek ~ Cold Pond ~ Connecticut Lake ~ Connecticut River ~ Elbow Lake ~ Grand Lake ~ Grand Lake Stream ~ Israel’s River ~ Kennebec River ~ Lake Champlain ~ Lake Charcogg-etc.-Maugg ~ Lemon Fair River ~ Middlesex Canal ~ Moodus River ~ Moosehead Lake ~ Mopang Stream ~ Penobscot River ~ Quonectacut River ~ Rangely Lakes ~ River of Pines ~ Saco River ~ Salmon River ~ Webster Lake

BAYS - HARBORS

Bay of Fundy ~ Block Island Sound ~ Buzzard’s Bay ~ Loblolly Cove ~ Long Island Sound ~ Massachusetts Bay ~ Pamet Harbor ~York Harbor

HEADLANDS - CAPES - POINTS

Boston Neck ~ Cape Ann ~ Cape Cod ~ Point Judith ~ Skull Head


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