Brunvand, Jan H.
The Vanishing Hitchhiker
. New York: W. W. Norton and Company. 1981.
A book about modern American folk narratives that most people have heard as true life experiences, called “urban legends”.
Corsey, Mark, ed.
. New Hampshire: Lyell C. Dawes, July 1983.
A history magazine for young people. Folklore Edition.
Dorson, Richard M.
American Folklore and the Historian
. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971.
A collection of essays and addresses by the author conveying the values of folklore for American cultural and literary history.
The Study of Folklore
. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall, Inc., 1965.
A unique collection of thirty-four essays on folklore: what it is, how it originates, what it means, and why it is of continuing importance for an understanding of the nature of man.
Folklore on the American Land
. Boston: Little, Brown & Company, 1972.
Written and collected and designed by one of the country’s outstanding folklore authorities, it introduces the reader to the field of folklore.
Nankin, Frances, ed.
. New Hampshire: Hope Pettegrew, January 1981.
A history magazine for young people. Connecticut History Edition.
Philips, David E.
. Hartford: Spoonwood Press, 1984.
An interesting and vast collection of Connecticut legends arranged by subject. Nicely illustrated.
Roth, David M., ed.
Connecticut History and Culture:
An Historic Overview and Resource Guide for Teachers. Eastern Connecticut State University, 1985.
White, Glenn E., ed.
Folk Tales of Connecticut
. Meriden: The Journal Press, 1977.
A collection of folktales written in a clear and simple style.