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Title Women's tales from the New Mexico WPA : la diabla a pie / edited by Tey Diana Rebolledo and María Teresa Márquez
Published Houston, Tex. : Arte Público Press, [2000]
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Description 1 online resource (liv, 454 pages)
Series Recovering the U.S. Hispanic literary heritage
Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project publication.
Contents pt. I. Anette Hesch Thorp -- 1. Stories. December 17, 1940 -- 2. Catalina Viareal. September 17, 1940 -- 3. Cesaria Gallegos. September 23, 1940 -- 4. Tita. October 1940 -- 5. Chana. October 8, 1940 -- 6. Unknown Informant (possibly Antonio Vigil) Casorios. December 10, 1940 -- 7. Antonia Vigil -- 8. Lina. December 31, 1940 -- 9. Barbarita Nieto -- 10. Juliana -- 11. Vicenta. April 15, 1941 -- pt. II. Lou Sage Batchen -- 1. Placitas. August 13, 1938 -- 2. Placitas Folklore. August 27, 1938 -- 3. Folklore. September 17, 1938 -- 4. Las Huertas, October 11, 1938 -- 5. Tales of the Towns Settled by Las Huertasanas. Ojo De La Casa. November 12, 1938 -- 6. Placitas -- 7. Life and Play of the Children in the Old Houses: January 5, 1940 -- 8. Folktales. January 26, 1940 -- 9. The Trader of Ojo De La Casa. March 1, 1940 -- 10. The Terror of Ojo de La Casa. March 15, 1940 -- 11. El Bandolero De Las Placitas. April 5, 1940 -- 12. Felicia La Bruja. April 19, 1940 -- 13. An Old Native Custom -- 14. Community Work. November 20, 1940 -- 15. Clotilde and Francisca. The Story of an Indian Raid. January 29, 1941 -- 16. Los Pedlers. April 23, 1941 -- 17. Easter Tide. June 18, 1941 -- 18. The Year it Rained Tortillas. February 13, 1942 -- 19. How Juan Brought Art to Las Placitas. February 27, 1942 -- 20. Antonia and her Saints. March 13, 1942 -- 21. El Cajon Bonito. April 10, 1942 -- 22. How Senora Petra Clothed her Family. April 24, 1942 -- 23. La Cuna Y La Muneca. June 5, 1942 -- 24. El Horno. July 3, 1942 -- 25. La Era. The Threshing Floor. July 17, 1942 -- 26. El Platero. August 14, 1942 -- 27. El Vestido De Venado Cuero De Juan. August 28, 1942 -- 28. La Tinaja De Lemita. September 11, 1942 -- 29. Mateo Y Raquel. October 9, 1942 -- 30. La Orquesta Antigua. October 23, 1942 -- 31. La Cosecha De Maiz. November 6, 1942. App. 1. Juan of Tecolote. September 25, 1940 -- App. 2. Over the Santa Fe Trail in 1868. (No date, possibly March 9, 1941) -- App. 3. The Panic of 1862. March 16, 1941 -- App. 4. Out of Bondage. May 7, 1941 -- App. 5. Juan Y El Oso Ladron. May 21, 1941 -- App. 6. The Fury of 1869, June 4, 1941 -- App. 7. Dos Hombres Sabios De Las Placitas. June 30, 1941 -- App. 8. Salvadoro, El Constructor De Arado. March 27, 1942 -- App. 9. Miguel Y Su Carreta. May 8, 1942 -- App. 10. Nicolas Goes to Market. June 19, 1942 -- App. 11. The Rope Maker. July 30, 1942
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 437-447)
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Subject Folklore -- New Mexico.
Mexican American women -- New Mexico -- Interviews.
Mexican American women -- New Mexico -- Social life and customs -- Anecdotes.
Mexican Americans -- New Mexico -- Folklore.
Tales -- New Mexico.
New Mexico -- Biography -- Anecdotes.
New Mexico -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Anecdotes.
Genre/Form Anecdotes.
Biography
Folklore.
Interviews.
Anecdotes.
Biographies.
Interviews.
Form Electronic book
Author Márquez, María Teresa.
Rebolledo, Tey Diana, 1937-
United States. Work Projects Administration (N.M.)
LC no. 00056589
ISBN 1611920531 (electronic bk.)
1611925991 (electronic bk.)
9781611920536 (electronic bk.)
9781611925999 (electronic bk.)
(paperback; alk. paper)
(paperback; alk. paper)