MacEdward Leach and the Songs of Atlantic Canada

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS BY MACEDWARD LEACH

The Ballad Book. New York: Barnes. 1955.

"Celtic Tales from Cape Breton." In W.E. Richmond, ed. Studies in Folklore. Bloomington: University of Indiana University Press. 1957.

The Critics and the Ballad. With Tristram P. Coffin, ed. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois Press. 1961.

Folk Ballads and Songs of the lower Labrador Coast. Ottawa: National Museum. 1965.

"Folklore and American Regionalism," ( 1966). In Simon J. Bronner. Folk nation: folklore in the creation of American tradition. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 2002.

"Folklore in American Regional Literature." Journal of the Folklore Institute 3/3: 376-97, 1966.

"Folklore of Jamaica: A Survey." Schweizerisches Archiv für Volkskunde 59: 60-81, 1963.

A guide for collectors of oral traditions and folk cultural material in Pennsylvania. With Henry Glassie. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. 1968.

"John Henry." In Folklore and Society: Essays in Honor of Benjamin A. Botkin. Hatboro, PA: Folklore Associates, 1966.

"'King Arthur's Tomb' and'The Devil's Barn': Two Pennsylvania Folktales told by Hiram Cranmer." In Robert H. Byington & Kenneth Goldstein, eds. Two Penny Ballads and Four Dollar Whiskey: A Pennsylvania Folklore Miscellany. Hatboro: Folklore Associates, 1966.

"Matthew Arnold and 'Celtic Magic'." In Ray B. Browne et al, eds. The Celtic Cross. Studies in Irish Culture and Literature."   Lafayette: Purdue University Studies, 1964.

"The Men Who Made Folklore a Scholarly Discipline." In Tristram Coffin, ed. Our Living Tradition: An Introduction to American Folklore. New York: Basic Books, 1968.

"Problems of Collecting Oral Literature." Publications of the MLA of America 77/3: 335-40, 1962.

Songs from the Outports of Newfoundland (sound recording). Washington: Smithsonian Folkways. FE 4075. 1966.

Studies in medieval literature. In honor of Professor Albert Croll Baugh. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 1961.

"Superstitions of South Scotland from a Manuscript of Thomas Wilkie." In D.K. Wilgus & Carol Sommer, ed. Folklore International. Hatboro: Folklore Associates, 1967.

The Terror of Quidi Vidi Lake: and other Newfoundland ghost poems. Agincourt: Book Society of Canada. 1973.

"What shall we do with 'Little Matty Groves'." Journal of American Folklore 76: 189-94, 1963.

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