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Tributaries No. 4 This 4th issue of Tributaries includes essays on a community Christmas tradition, cultural survival among Creek Indians, and folklore of the steel industry plus book reviews.
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Tributaries No. 4

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This 4th issue of Tributaries includes essays on a community Christmas tradition, cultural survival among Creek Indians, and folklore of the steel industry plus book reviews.

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"'I'm Not Handy, I Had Mine Made': Christmas Curb Lights as Expression of
Individual and Community Aesthetics" by Ann K. Ferrell; "'As Long as Time Lasts': Ritual, Alliance, and Cultural Survival in Creek Indian Origin/Migration Narratives" by Larry Ellis; "Hearts of Steel: The Story of John Catchings, Joe Gelders, and a Ballad" by Joyce Cauthen, plus reviews of the film "Sweet Is the Day: A Sacred Harp Family Portrait" and Alan Browns' book, Shadows and Cypress--Southern Ghost Stories.





Alabama Folklife Association Bookstore
NEW RELEASE!!!
Traditional Musics of Alabama
Series: Volume 6  
African American Spirituals
Liner Notes












Cover art by Bethanne Bethard Hill © 

Traditional Musics of 
Alabama Series Vol. 1-Vol. 5
by Steve Grauberger
Alabama Center for Traditional Culture
LINER NOTES & LINKS

Vol. 1
Audio files & details on each song 
HERE

Vol. 2 
*not available for purchase
liner notes

Vol. 3
liner notes

Vol. 4
liner notes

Vol. 5
liner notes


The Spiritualaires CD
notes by Kevin Nutt

Bullfrog Jumped CD
see Education page

Videos
Sweet is the Day


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