Storytellers at the 1991 Florida Folk Festival (Storytelling Stage) (Sunday)

Date: May 26, 1991

Source: S1576 , Container 28 , C91-33, C91-34, C91-35

Type: Sound

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  • Massacre of Glensoe (John Johnson) (C91-33)
  • Foolishness (Larkin)
  • Brer Rabbit and the Alligator (Boltin)
  • Bookie and the Pidgeon (Forte)
  • How the Rabbit Got Fire to the Seminoles (Jumper)
  • The Rabbit and the Snake
  • Old Woman (Brown)
  • It Could Be Worse (Harshbarger)
  • The Lady That Didnt Hear Well (Bruce) (C91-34)
  • Aarons Dead (Koontz)
  • Listening When Your Mom Calls (Taluga)
  • Nonsense (Larkin)
  • Drunken Alligator
  • Woman and the Cat (Forte)
  • Tar Baby (ONeal)
  • Cosmic Man (Drury) (C91-35)
  • Red Riding Hood (Harshbarger)
  • Stolen Necklace (Koontz)
  • I KNow an Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly(Bruce)
  • A Whale of a Tale (Brown)
  • Why there Are No Mountains in Florida (Hackworth)
  • Little Red Hen (Lynch)
  • Golden Arm (Martin Johnson)
  • Jacks New Suit (Smith)

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  • Three audio cassette recordings. Storytellers spoke between 1pm and 4pm at the storytelling stage.

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