6 edition of More tales of the Big Bend found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Elton Miles.|
|Series||The Centennial series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University ;, no. 24|
|LC Classifications||GR110.T5 M53 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||87007083|
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"A book that can be read from front to back or simply dipped into, More Tales of the Big Bend should delight devotees of the Big Bend area as much as its predecessor."--Mary M.
Fisher-- Mary M. Fisher Product details. Series: Centennial Series of Author: Elton Miles. The Big Bend has always attracted an unusual sort of settler, and the settlers have spawned an unusual wealth of lore. Their tales live in the oral tradition of the place, adding to its color, mystery, and appeal.
The stories in Tales of the Big Bend are as inseparable from the region as the Rio Grande itself. Miles evokes Indian, Mexican and Anglo traditions that converge in this area in this collection of tales. They cover supernatural phenomena such as the Marfa lights and water witching, murders, feuds, and lost treasures/5(8).
Get this from a library. More tales of the Big Bend. [Elton Miles] -- Here among other things are legends of demons and magic; a collection of corridos (Mexican folk ballads) of the Big Bend; tales of treasure like the Terlingua Bootlegger''s Hoard; a mini-history of.
The book is short, not much more than pages, and seems to have been written down by This is a good introduction to the kind of stories that used to circulate in this country. An amateur's work, but not less useful or enjoyable for that reason/5(6). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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It's also home of. Inside each of Big Bend's five visitor centers, you will find a fully stocked bookstore operated in partnership with a private, non-profit organization called Big Bend Natural History Association (BBNHA).
The bookstore carries a large variety of educational books, videos, park information, and high quality souvenirs to help you learn more about. Tales of the Big Bend. Now in its sixth printing, the first of Elton Miles's folklore collections tells stories as inseparable from the region as the Rio Grande itself.
The tales cover supernatural phenomena such as the Marfa lights and water witching, murders, feuds, and lost treasures/5.
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The folklore of Texas' Big Bend region was still in the making during Walter Fulcher's lifetime. Born in Lampasas County inhe worked on the Martin Ranch near Sheffield when a young man. There he witnessed events in the last outlaw activities of the Black Jack Ketchum gang.
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The book is short, not much more than pages, and seems to have been written down by This is a good introduction to the kind of stories that used to circulate in this country. An amateur's work, but not less useful or enjoyable for that reason/5. Blair has lived many years in the remote region of the Big Bend of the Rio Grande, many of those years in Terlingua, Texas.
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Exploring the Big Bend Country book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For those who long for more of Edward Abbey's essays and remembrances of his desert life, the tales of Peter Koch and his explorations of and deep love for the Big Bend area of West Texas and the Rio Grande are just what the doctor ordered/5.
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Many Americans are familiar with the story of John Henry. He was a steel-driving man after the Civil War, working for the C&O railroad company while they were digging a tunnel through the Big Bend Mountain right here in West Virginia.
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