Storytellers at the 1992 Florida Folk Festival (Storytelling Stage) (Saturday)

Date: May 23, 1992

Source: S1576 , Container 28 , C92-24, C92-25, C92-26, C92-27, C92-28, C92-29, C92-30

Type: Sound

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  • Haitian tales (Louis) (C92-24)
  • Seminole tales (Jumper)
  • Unidentified tales (Smith) (C92-25)
  • Unidentified tales (Bassage) (C92-26, C92-27)
  • Unidentified tale (Drury) (C92-28)
  • Stolen Necklace (Koontz)
  • Rabbit and Hyena Who Played the Calimba (C92-29)
  • How Butterflies Got Their Name
  • Erin Kelly
  • Elves and the Shoemaker
  • Visitor in My Clothes (Wadley)
  • Worm in My Sock (cont. on C92-30)
  • King of Togo Togo
  • Ant and the Grasshopper (Smith)

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  • Seven audio cassette recordings. Storytellers spoke between 10am and 1:30pm at the storytelling stage.

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