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I N D E X Abrams, Charles: on Eskimo living conditions, 36 Abu Simbel, 31 "Ach wie laufen doch die jahre" (hymn), 266 advertising: on tollhouses, 224-225, 229 aesthetics: and community, 177-179; definitions of, 176-177 "affecting things/events": defined, 152-153 Africa: folk vs. contemporary architecture of, 39-42 Afro-American art: attitude of scholarship toward, 182; and definitions of cultural system, 152,153; oral vs. material in, 151; and "performance constituency ," 177, 180 agriculture: vs. basketweaving, 181-182; and formation of Rio Grande society, 240. See also peasant agriculture Algeria: desert dwellings of, 38; folk architecture of, 40,41 "Allein auff Gott setz dein vertrawn" (hymn), 266 Alston, Peter: acquisition of weaving skills by, 178; on basket trade, 154-155,156; on farming, 181; on gathering of sweet grass, 162-163; on saline immersion of baskets, 176 ambosschiesse, 261 American Archive: film prints of, 103 American Dictionary of Superstitions and Popular Beliefs (Hand), 11 American Farmer: on turnpike weighing machines, 221 Americans: migration of, to Lower Rio Grande Valley, 242, 243; usurpation of Mexican lands by, 243, 246 American Southwest: desert dwellings of, 38 American Swedish Historical Foundation, 12 ancestor cult: cultural pressures on, 282; ethnographic study of, 281-282; moral/ritual complementarity in, 288-290; mythical content of, 285-287; preservation of tradition in, 282, 290 animal necessities: effect of, on human occupancy patterns, 52 animism: vs. realism, 182 n.5 Annals of Tryon County (Campbell), 222 anthropology: social/moral obligations of, 23-25 —, cultural: and folklife studies, 19-20 Antoinette, Marie: interest of, in vernacular architecture , 29 anvil: firing of, by New Year's shooters, 261 archaeology: method of, 28; upper-class bias of, 29, 47 n.8 architectural past: appreciation of vernacular in, 29-30; discovery of, 27; preservation of, 44-46; scientific scrutiny of, 31-32. See also folk architecture; primitive architecture architecture, contemporary: alienation of, from environment, 32; response of, to social environment , 40-42 architecture, preindustrial: compatibility of, with environment, 32 Archive of Swedish Folklore, 9 Armstrong, Robert Plant: on aesthetics, 176-177; on "affecting things/events," 152-153 Arnhem Congress of 1955, 5 art history: method of, 28; upper-class bias of, 29, 47 n.8 artistic past: appreciation of vernacular in, 30; contemporary pressures on, 30-31 "Art of the South Seas" (exhibition), 47 n.12 arts and crafts: and aesthetic community, 177-179; study of, by folklorists, 151-153 Aschmann, Homer: folklife monograph of, 66 Aufseher Collegium: action of, against New Year's shooting, 257 avant-garde, Paris: influence of folk art on, 47 n.12 awl/punch: use of, in basketweaving, 166, 167 Backhof, Ludolf, 261; on New Year's shooting, 257 Baffin Island Eskimos: igloos of, 34, 35, 36 baking: film documentation of, 99 Balch Institute, 12 banditry: myth of, 239-240; retaliatory nature of, 252 barn: construction of, 202-204 Barnwell, Β. Β., 160 Baroque: architectural influences on, 27 baskets. See coil baskets basketweaving: and attendant cultural modes, 179-180; as expression of community, 177— 179; vs. farming, 181-182; film documentation of, 91; handle construction in, 172-173, 174175 ; and industrialization, 163, 166; materials used in, 159, 160-165; origins of, in South Carolina, 154-156, 159-160; saline immersion in, 173, 176; sewing stage in, 167, 168-171; tools used in, 166, 167; trade from, 154-156 bateau: design of, 142, 143; distribution of, 144; etymology of, 142, 144, 148 n.27; use of, 144, 146 —plat, 144, 146-147 Bausinger, Hermann: and urban-industrial folklife, 9 bayous: culture associated with, 106-107 Beam, J. C, 259 Beam, "Uncle Sid": "speeches" of, 262 Bienville, Jean Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de, 109 Black Creek Village, Ontario, 11 blacks, American: attitude of scholarship toward, 182; cultural self-esteem of, 23; ethnic consciousness among, 3. See also Afro-American art; Negroes Blegen, Theodore, 12; on democratizing of historiography , 6 boats: bateau, 142-144, 146; chaland, 130-133, 142; construction characteristics of, 107, 147 n.4; existing studies of, 105; flatboat, 145-147; in Louisiana water culture, 106-107; pirogue, 108-130, 142; skiff, 133-142; suitability of, for folkloristic study, 105; types of, 107-108 297 Index Bohannon, Paul: on disposition of land among Yorubas , 289; on morality in African religion, 281, 290; on myth, 281 Boland, Daniel: on New Year's/Christmas shooting, 273 Boone Hall Plantation (South Carolina), 156, 159 Boyer, Ruth: on folk art, 151-152 Boyer, Walter E., 262 Branchport and Penn Yan Plank Road: charter of, revoked, 214 Brannon, William: on New...

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ISBN
9781477303535
Print ISBN
9780292703087
MARC Record
OCLC
967552937
Pages
312
Launched on MUSE
2017-01-05
Language
English
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