restricted access   Volume 126, Number 499, Winter 2013

Table of Contents


American Folklore Scholarship, Tales of the North American Indians, and Relational Communities

pp. 3-30

The Story of Colonialism, or Rethinking the Ox-Hide Purchase in Native North America and Beyond

pp. 31-54

Commod Bods and Frybread Power: Government Food Aid in American Indian Culture

pp. 55-69

Notes on Practice

Examining Augmented Reality as a Platform for Situated Ethnography through the Lens of the ARIS Wisconsin Uprising Game

pp. 70-78


Tristram Potter Coffin (1922–2012)

pp. 79-80

Sound Review

The North American Aboriginal Recording Industry

pp. 81-91

Book Reviews

Bloodstoppers & Bearwalkers: Folk Traditions of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula by Richard M. Dorson (review)

pp. 92-94

Koasati Traditional Narratives by Geoffrey D. Kimball (review)

pp. 94-95

Lumbee Indians in the Jim Crow South: Race, Identity, and the Making of a Nation by Malinda Maynor Lowery (review)

pp. 95-96

Public Folklore by Robert Baron and Nick Spitzer (review)

pp. 97-98

Storytelling on the Northern Irish Border: Characters and Community by Ray Cashman (review)

pp. 98-100

Storytelling: An Encyclopedia of Mythology and Folklore by Josepha Sherman (review)

pp. 100-101

Music as Social Life: The Politics of Participation by Thomas Turino (review)

pp. 101-103

Driving the Bow: Fiddle and Dance Studies from around the North Atlantic by Ian Russell and Mary Anne Alburger (review)

pp. 103-104

Ramblin’ on My Mind: New Perspectives on the Blues by David Evans (review)

pp. 104-106

If Beale Street Could Talk: Music, Community, Culture by Robert Cantwell (review)

pp. 106-107

Crafted Lives: Stories and Studies of African American Quilters by Patricia A. Turner (review)

pp. 107-109

Prince Twins Seven-Seven: His Art, His Life in Nigeria, His Exile in America by Henry Glassie (review)

pp. 109-111

Sacred Steel: Inside an African American Steel Guitar Tradition by Robert L. Stone (review)

pp. 111-112

Information about Contributors

p. 113