4 edition of Pennsylvania mountain stories found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Henry W. Shoemaker|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.S559 P|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 7-89 p., 1 l. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
|LC Control Number||08011829|
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If you're familiar with Pennsylvania, particularly central and north central Pennsylvania, then you ought to take a look at this book. Initially published init contains the collected writings of Shoemaker, who traveled the region extensively in the years leading to the turn-of-century/5.
Henry W. Shoemaker (–) was known for his deep love for the wilderness and native cultures of Pennsylvania. The state’s first official folklorist, he wrote more than twenty books detailing Pennsylvania’s modern mythology.
Pennsylvania Mountain Stories is perhaps Shoemaker’s definitive collection of Author: Henry W. Shoemaker.
Image 12 of The Indian steps: and other Pennsylvania mountain stories HENRY W. SHOEMAKER From a tintype by Eliza Huntley Contributor: Huntley, Eliza - Miller, Fred C. - Shoemaker, Henry W. - Clark, W. - Bright Printing Company.
Photographic frontispiece with portrait of author and photographic plates facing p. 64,andby Eliza Huntley, W.T. Clarke and Fred Miller.
Ornamented initials throughout. Also available in digital form. If you're familiar with Pennsylvania, particularly central and north central Pennsylvania, then you ought to take a look at this book. Initially published init contains the collected writings of Shoemaker, who traveled the region extensively in the years leading to the turn-of-century/5(5).
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He gained notice as a journalist afterwhen he reported legends from Pennsylvania mountain residents and workers in lumber and hunting camps and coalfields, which he first published in central Pennsylvania newspapers and then more widely in the book Pennsylvania Mountain Stories ().
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